Titel
History and Theory 59 (2020), 2.


Hrsg. v.
Ethan Kleinberg
Heft(e)
3
Erschienen
Middletown 2020: Wiley-Blackwell
Herausgeber d. Zeitschrift
Ethan Kleinberg
Erscheinungsweise
quarterly
Kontakt
Julia Perkins Administrative Editor History and Theory 222 Church St. Allbritton Center 206 Middletown, CT 06459 U.S.A. Tel: 860 685 3292 Fax: 860 685 2491

History and Theory leads the way in exploring the nature of history. Prominent international thinkers contribute their reflections in the following areas: critical philosophy of history, speculative philosophy of history, historiography, history of historiography, historical methodology, critical theory, and time and culture. Related disciplines are also covered within the journal, including interactions between history and the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and psychology.

Issue Information

Issue Information
Pages: 309 / First Published: 02 September 2020

Articles

HOW THE VISUAL IS SPATIAL: CONTEMPORARY SPATIAL HISTORY, NEO‐MARXISM, AND THE GHOST OF BRAUDEL
WILLIAM RANKIN
Pages: 311–342 / First Published: 02 September 2020

THE ORIGINS OF RACISM: A CRITIQUE OF THE HISTORY OF IDEAS
VANITA SETH
Pages: 343–368 / First Published: 02 September 2020

Forum: Decolonizing Histories in Theory and Practice

1. DECOLONIZING HISTORIES IN THEORY AND PRACTICE: AN INTRODUCTION
WARWICK ANDERSON
Pages: 369–375 / First Published: 02 September 2020

2. SOME KEYWORDS TOWARD DECOLONIAL METHODS: STUDYING SETTLER COLONIAL HISTORIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL VIOLENCE FROM TKARONTO
MICHELLE MURPHY
Pages: 376–384 / First Published: 02 September 2020

3. FROM ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDY TO ENVIRONMENTAL KIN STUDY
ANJA KANNGIESER, ZOE TODD
Pages: 385–393 / First Published: 02 September 2020

4. TECHNOPOLITICS IN THE ARCHIVE: SOVEREIGNTY, RESEARCH, AND EVERYDAY LIFE
TOM ÖZDEN‐SCHILLING
Pages: 394–402 / First Published: 02 September 2020

5. “RELATED” HISTORIES: ON EPISTEMIC AND REPARATIVE DECOLONIZATION
TIMOTHY NEALE, EMMA KOWAL
Pages: 403–412 / First Published: 02 September 2020

6. FROM DECOLONIAL INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES TO VERNACULAR IDEAS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
JUNO SALAZAR PARREÑAS
Pages: 413–420 / First Published: 02 September 2020

7. TOWARD A GENEALOGY OF THE RESEARCHER AS SUBJECT IN POST/DECOLONIAL PACIFIC HISTORIES
MIRANDA JOHNSON
Pages: 421–429 / First Published: 02 September 2020

8. FINDING DECOLONIAL METAPHORS IN POSTCOLONIAL HISTORIES
WARWICK ANDERSON
Pages: 430–438 / First Published: 02 September 2020

9. MOVING FROM, AND BEYOND, INVENTED CATEGORIES: AFTERWORDS
GABRIELA SOTO LAVEAGA
Pages: 439–447 / First Published: 02 September 2020

Review Essays

HOW TO REINVENT THE FUTURE?
Marek Tamm
Pages: 448–458 / First Published: 02 September 2020

WONDER: FROM POETICS TO POLITICS
Jaume Aurell
Pages: 459–470 / First Published: 02 September 2020

HISTORY PAINTING AND ITS CHANGING SUBJECTS
David Carrier
Pages: 471–481 / First Published: 02 September 2020

INTELLECTUAL HISTORY CONFRONTS THE LONGUE DURÉE
Suzanne Marchand
Pages: 482–489 / First Published: 02 September 2020

HISTORY WRITING WITHOUT CLOSURE
Maria Grever
Pages: 490–496 / First Published: 02 September 2020

Zitation
History and Theory 59 (2020), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 10.09.2020, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-12617>.
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