Historical Social Research 31 (2006), 2

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Historical Social Research 31 (2006), 2.
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CONTENTS
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FOCUS:
Welt- und Globalgeschichte in Europa.
World and Global History in Europe.
Editor: Matthias Middell

Editorial 4

Welt- und Globalgeschichte in Europa. Berichte über den 1. Europäischen Kongress für Welt- und Globalgeschichte im September 2005 in Leipzig. 13

- Writing World History in Western and Central Europe. 13
- Writing World History in Southern Europe in a Comparative Perspective. 17
- Writing World History in Northern and North Eastern Europe. 19
- Global – Regional – Local. Spatial Dimensions of Global History. 23
- Global History and Area Studies – Is There a Common Ground? 25
- Transferts Culturels and Cultural Encounters. 28
- Which Concepts do we Use for Writing Transnational History? 32
- Comparative History, European and World History. 34
- World History and Multiculturalism. 35
- Conceptualizing the World: Perspectives from Education, History, Area Studies and Sociology. 37
- The Strengths and Weaknesses of the United States’ Approach to Teaching and Assessing World History. 40
- Synchronizing Experiences: The Emergence of Global Historical Perceptions. 42
- Teaching World History in Secondary Schools. 44
- Teaching World History at European Universities. 46
- “Education Portal World and Global History at Universities and in Secondary Schools” – Presentation of the Concept. 46
- Europe’s Globality before Globalization. Contributions from Medieval Studies to the Writing of World History. 47
- System of International Payments from the Middle Ages to the Present. 49
- Coercion in European Agrarian Societies of the Early Modern Period – From Comparisons to Interaction? 51
- Regimes for the Production and Diffusion of Useful and Reliable Knowledge in China and Europe, 1368-1839. 54
- The League of Nations Revisited: The Role of International Organizations in the Globalization Process. 56
- Power – World – Heritage – History: “World Heritage” and World History. 59
- Global Perceptions of a Eurocentric Theory of Civilization: The Perception of Social-Darwinist Thought in Japan, Turkey and Vietnam in Their Early Nationalist Discourses. 59
- Early Modern Era Globalization from an Economic Point of View. 65
- Enlightment and World History. 68
- Critical Junctures of Globalization. 71
- Intervention and Occupation. 71
- The World Re-Ordered: Global Moments and Movements, 1880-1930. 74
- Global History and Evolution. 77
- Environmental History. 82
- Early Modern and World Wars in Translocal Perspective: Representations and Experiences from the South. 82
- International Organizations. 85
- Global Football – Cultural Exchange and Political Project. 87
- Global Labor History: The Research Program of the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam. 88
- Entracing Intellectual Property. The Institutionalization of Authors Rights between Nationalization, Internationalization and Globalization (18th to 20th Centuries). 89
- Mission and Missionary Work: Approaches to a Global Phenomen. 92
- Gender and World History. 93
- Economic History. 96
- Americanization of the European Economy. 99
- Genocide: Global Violence – Global Memory. 102
- Transnational Networks: German Migrants in the British Empire 1660-1914. 105
- Globalization of Knowledge? Experts Between Local Insertion and Circulation of Knowledge. 108
- Food and Globalization. Markets, Migration and Politics in a Trans-National Perspective (19th and 20th Centuries). 108
- Journals and other Media in the Field of World and Global History. 109
- Conceptions of “World”. 109

Matthias Middell
Transnationale Geschichte als transnationales Projekt. Zur Einführung in die Diskussion. 110

Pierre-Yves Saunier
Going transnational? News from down under: Transnational History Symposium, Canberra, Australian National University, September 2004. 118

ARTICLES

Andreas Wiesner-Steiner, Hellmuth Lange & Marion Haarmann
Klimawandel und Risikomanagement im norddeutschen Küstenschutz – Eine Diskursanalyse. 132

Torsten Kupfer
Generation und Radikalisierung. Die Mitglieder der NSDAP im Kreis Bernburg 1921-1945. Ein Resümee. 180

METHODS

Reiner Keller
Analysing Discourse. An Approach From the Sociology of Knowledge. 223

Rainer Diaz-Bone
Zur Methodologisierung der Foucaultschen Diskursanalyse. 243

Jens O. Zinn
Recent Developments in Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty. 275

CLIOMETRICS

Antoine Parent & Christophe Rault
The Rationality of French Investors before World War I: A Cliometric Contribution. 287

EVENTS

Berliner Methodentreffen Qualitative Forschung. 295

Zitation
Historical Social Research 31 (2006), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 25.05.2006, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-2761>.
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