Journal of Modern History 95 (2023), 4

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Journal of Modern History 95 (2023), 4

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Journal of Modern History
United States
The Editors The Journal of Modern History University of Chicago Social Science Research Building, Box 122 1126 E. 59th Street Chicago, IL 60637 Telephone: (773) 702-7227 Fax: (773) 702-8830
Jakob Schneider, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Sir Edward Coke’s Infidel: Imperial Anxiety and the Colonial Origins of a “Strange Extrajudicial Opinion”
Daragh Grant
pp.: 771-807.

After Sir William Jones: British Linguistic Scholarship and European Intellectual History
Ian Stewart
pp.: 808-846.

Undone from Within: The Downfall of Rudolf Slánský and Czechoslovak-Soviet Dynamics under Stalin
Chad Bryant, Kateřina Čapková, and Diana Dumitru
pp.: 847-886.

Contested Privilege: Ethnic Russians and the Unmaking of the Soviet Union
Anna Whittington
pp.: 887-927.

Keith Tribe, Constructing Economic Science: The Invention of a Discipline, 1850–1950
Rodger Middleton
pp.: 928-930.

John Jeffries Martin, A Beautiful Ending: The Apocalyptic Imagination and the Making of the Modern World
Ethan H. Shagan
pp.: 930-931.

Giuseppe Marcocci, The Globe on Paper: Writing Histories of the World in Renaissance Europe and the Americas
Andrew Devereux
pp.: 931-933.

Stéphane Jettot and Jean-Paul Zuñiga, eds., Genealogy and Social Status in the Enlightenment
Adrian O’Connor
pp.: 934-935.

Tyler Stovall, White Freedom: The Racial History of an Idea
Alice L. Conklin
pp.: 935-938.

Andrew Fitzmaurice, King Leopold’s Ghostwriter: The Creation of Persons and States in the Nineteenth Century
Steven M. Press
pp.: 938-939.

Jonathan Paine, Selling the Story: Transaction and Narrative Value in Balzac, Dostoevsky, and Zola
Erika Vause
pp.: 940-941.

Philippe Rygiel, L’ordre des circulations? L’Institut de Droit international et la régulation des migrations (1870–1920)
Dirk Hoerder
pp.: 941-943.

Akira Iriye and Petra Goedde, International History: A Cultural Approach
Dan Gorman
pp.: 943-944.

Ian Ona Johnson, Faustian Bargain: The Soviet-German Partnership and the Origins of the Second World War
Evan Mawdsley
pp.: 944-945.

Mary S. Barton, Counterterrorism between the Wars: An International History, 1919–1937
Jonathan W. Daly
pp.: 946-947.

Nathaniël D. B. Kunkeler, Making Fascism in Sweden and the Netherlands: Myth-Creation and Respectability, 1931–40
Arnd Bauerkämper
pp.: 947-949.

Mónica Jato and John Klapper, Fractured Frontiers: The Exile Writing of Nazi Germany and Francoist Spain
Sebastiaan Faber
pp.: 949-951.

Donna A. Seger, The Practical Renaissance: Information Culture and the Quest for Knowledge in Early Modern England, 1500–1640
Eric H. Ash
pp.: 951-952.

David Cressy, England’s Islands in a Sea of Troubles
Keith Pluymers
pp.: 953-954.

Edmond Smith, Merchants: The Community That Shaped England’s Trade and Empire, 1550–1650
Eleanor Hubbard
pp.: 954-956.

Margaret Schabas and Carl Wennerlind, A Philosopher’s Economist: Hume and the Rise of Capitalism
Ryan Patrick Hanley
pp.: 956-958.

Clare Hickman, The Doctor’s Garden: Medicine, Science, and Horticulture in Britain
Elena Romero-Passerin
pp.: 958-959.

Margaret Ward, Fearless Woman: Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, Feminism, and the Irish Revolution
Aidan Beatty
pp.: 959-961.

William Lubenow, Learned Lives in England, 1900–1950: Institutions, Ideas, and Intellectual Experience
Tomás Irish
pp.: 961-963.

Nicole Dyonet, Nicolas Delamare théoricien de la police
Marco Cicchini
pp.: 963-965.

David Parrott, 1652: The Cardinal, the Prince, and the Crisis of the “Fronde.”
Darryl Dee
pp.: 965-966.

Julie Hardwick, Sex in an Old Regime City: Young Workers and Intimacy in France, 1660–1789
E. Claire Cage
pp.: 967-968.

Nina Rattner Gelbart, Minerva’s French Sisters: Women of Science in Enlightenment France
Elizabeth A. Williams
pp.: 968-970.

Sudhir Hazareesingh, Black Spartacus: The Epic Life of Toussaint Louverture
Joseph La Hausse de Lalouvière
pp.: 970-972.

Jennifer J. Popiel, Heroic Hearts: Sentiment, Saints, and Authority in Modern France
Robert D. Priest
pp.: 972-974.

Owen White, The Blood of the Colony: Wine and the Rise and Fall of French Algeria
James McDougall
pp.: 974-975.

Tom Sancton, Sweet Land of Liberty: America in the Mind of the French Left, 1848–1871
Stephen William Sawyer
pp.: 975-977.

Deborah Bauer, Marianne Is Watching: Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and the Origins of the French Surveillance State
Rachel Chrastil
pp.: 977-979.

Sarah Shortall, Soldiers of God in a Secular World: Catholic Theology and Twentieth-Century French Politics
Carol E. Harrison
pp.: 979-981.

Brian Brege, Tuscany in the Age of Empire
William J. Connell
pp.: 981-982.

Patricia Fortini Brown, The Venetian Bride: Bloodlines and Blood Feuds in Venice and Its Empire
Sarah Gwyneth Ross
pp.: 982-984.

Vanda Wilcox, The Italian Empire and the Great War
Michael R. Ebner
pp.: 984-986.

Helen Rodgers and Stephen Cavendish, City of Illusions: A History of Granada
A. Katie Harris
pp.: 986-987.

Lu Ann Homza, Village Infernos and Witches’ Advocates: Witch-Hunting in Navarre, 1608–1614
Gretchen Starr-LeBeau
pp.: 987-989.

Miguel Ángel del Arco Blanco and Peter Anderson, eds., Franco’s Famine: Malnutrition, Disease, and Starvation in Post–Civil War Spain
Pamela Radcliff
pp.: 989-991.

Georg B. Michels, The Habsburg Empire under Siege: Ottoman Expansion and Hungarian Revolt in the Age of Grand Vizier Ahmed Köprülü (1661–76)
Gábor Kármán
pp.: 991-992.

Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger, Maria Theresa: The Habsburg Empress in Her Time
Franz A. J. Szabo
pp.: 992-994.

Adam Świątek, Gente Rutheni, Natione Poloni: The Ruthenians of Polish Nationality in Habsburg Galicia
John-Paul Himka
pp.: 995-997.

James Retallack, German Social Democracy through British Eyes: A Documentary History, 1870–1914
Jan Rüger
pp.: 997-998.

Christoph Nonn, 12 Tage und ein halbes Jahrhundert: Eine Geschichte des Deutschen Kaiserreiches, 1871–1928
Jonathan Sperber
pp.: 998-1000.

Michael Brenner, In Hitler’s Munich: Jews, the Revolution, and the Rise of Nazism
Norman J.W. Goda
pp.: 1000-1001.

Kenneth B. Moss, An Unchosen People: Jewish Political Reckoning in Interwar Poland
Piotr J. Wróbel
pp.: 1002-1003.

Raphaël Fèvre, A Political Economy of Power: Ordoliberalism in Context, 1932–1950
Stefan J. Link
pp.: 1003-1005.

Leslie Waters, Borders on the Move: Territorial Change and Ethnic Cleansing in the Hungarian-Slovak Borderlands, 1938–1948
Thomas Lorman
pp.: 1005-1006.

Raffael Scheck, Love between Enemies: Western Prisoners of War and German Women in World War II
Melissa Kravetz
pp.: 1007-1008.

Katrin Schreiter, Designing One Nation: The Politics of Economic Culture and Trade in Divided Germany
Jonathan Wiesen
pp.: 1008-1010.

Andrew Demshuk, Three Cities after Hitler: Redemptive Reconstruction across Cold War Borders
Paul Steege
pp.: 1010-1012.

Gerd Horten, Don’t Need No Thought Control: Western Culture in East Germany and the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Paul Betts
pp.: 1012-1013.

Brigid O’Keeffe, Esperanto and Languages of Internationalism in Revolutionary Russia
Jeffrey P. Brooks
pp.: 1013-1015.

Mark D. Steinberg, Russian Utopia: A Century of Revolutionary Possibilities
Jay Bergman
pp.: 1015-1017.

Mark Kramer, Aryo Makko, and Peter Ruggenthaler, eds., The Soviet Union and Cold War Neutrality and Nonalignment in Europe
Austin Jersild
pp.: 1017-1019.

Kristy Ironside, A Full-Value Ruble: The Promise of Prosperity in the Postwar Soviet Union
James W. Heinzen
pp.: 1019-1021.

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