Central European History 51 (2018), 4

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Central European History 51 (2018), 4.


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Published for the Central European History Society; Andrew I. Port, Wayne State University, USA, and Julia Torrie, St. Thomas University, Canada
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Published for the Central European History Society; Andrew I. Port, Wayne State University, USA, and Julia Torrie, St. Thomas University, Canada
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The latest issue of Central European History went live online on January 3 and should be shipping to individual and institutional subscribers shortly.

Volume 51 / Issue 04, December 2018, pp. i-iii, 527-733.

There is a special Discussion Forum on "The Vanishing Nineteenth Century," organized by Karen Hagemann and Simone Lässig, with contributions by David Blackbourn, James Brophy, Pieter Judson, Roger Chickering, Suzanne Marchand, Sebastian Conrad, Birgit Aschmann, Jürgen Osterhammel, Andrew Zimmerman, and others.

There is also a memorial for Eberhard Jäckel by Peter Hayes.

The issue can be accessed at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/central-european-history/latest-issue.

Memorial

Eberhard Jäckel (1929-2017)
Peter Hayes

Articles

Anatomy for All: Medical Knowledge on the Fairground in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Alys X. George

Rewriting the Reich: German Women Journalists as Transnational Mediators for
Germany’s Rehabilitation
Deborah Barton

East Germany’s Red Woodstock: The 1973 Festival between the “Carnivalesque”
and the Everyday
Katharine White

Discussion Forum
The Vanishing Nineteenth Century in European History?

Introduction: The Shifting Space of the Nineteenth Century in European History
Karen Hagemann and Simone Lässig

Nineteenth-Century German History: Dangling in Space?
David Blackbourn

A Receding Nineteenth Century in Central European History?
James M. Brophy

The Study of the Nineteenth Century in Habsburg Central Europe
Pieter M. Judson

Russia’s Nineteenth Century: Thoughts on the State of the Field
Alexander M. Martin

The Declining Study of Nineteenth-Century France
Lloyd S. Kramer

The Nineteenth Century in British History
Alex Chase-Levenson

The History of War and Military Affairs
Roger Chickering

A “Jewish Sattelzeit”? Recasting an Era of Upheaval and Transformation
Simone Lässig

Celebrating “Boring” Ideas in the Age of Impatience: The Nineteenth Century in Intellectual and Cultural History
Suzanne Marchand

Gender and the Rewriting of Nineteenth-Century History
Karen Hagemann

Colonizing the Nineteenth Century: Implications of a Paradigm Shift
Sebastian Conrad

Comments
Birgit Aschmann, Jürgen Osterhammel, Andrew Zimmerman

Featured Review

Noam Zadoff, Gershom Scholem from Berlin to Jerusalem and Back: An Intellectual Biography
MARJORIE LAMBERTI

Book Reviews

K. Jan Oosthoek and Richard Hölzl, Managing Northern Europe’s Forests: Histories from the Age of Improvement to the Age of Ecology
JEFFREY K. WILSON

Norbert Bachleitner, Die literarische Zensur in Österreich von 1751 bis 1848
JOHN A. MCCARTHY

Daniela Gasteiger, Kuno von Westarp (1864-1945). Parlamentarismus, Monarchismus und Herrschaftsutopien im deutschen Konservatismus
HERMANN BECK

Alice Weinreb, Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century Germany
INES PRODÖHL

Keith Jeffrey, 1916: A Global History
RICHARD S. FOGARTY

Katrin Paehler, The Third Reich’s Intelligence Services: The Career of Walter Schellenberg
BRUCE CAMPBELL

Bill Niven, Hitler and Film: The Führer’s Hidden Passion
JONATHAN PETROPOULOS

Matthew D. Mingus, Remapping Modern Germany after National Socialism, 1945-1961
JASON HANSEN

Maria Fritsche, The American Marshall Plan Film Campaign and the Europeans: A Captivated Audience?
SUZANNE LANGLOIS

Jeffrey Herf, Undeclared Wars With Israel: East Germany and the West German Far Left, 1967-1989.
NOEL D. CARY

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Central European History 51 (2018), 4. in: H-Soz-Kult, 18.01.2019, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-11504>.
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