European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The European Review of History - Revue Européenne d'Histoire is an international journal covering European history of all centuries and subdisciplines. It aims to create a forum for ideas from across Europe, to encourage the most innovatory research, to make diverse historiographies better known and to practically assist exchanges between young historians.

Publishes 6 issues a year.

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Latest articles

Famine responses in the world food crisis 1972–5 and the World Food Conference of 1974
Famine and the changing role of NGOs: an Irish perspective
Coping with famine in Communist China (1949–62)

Volume 22 (5)

Delphi: a history of the center of the ancient world
vol. 22 (5): 839-840
The Roman Inquisition: a papal bureaucracy and its laws in the age of Galileo
vol. 22 (5): 842-843
The Routledge history of Western Empires
vol. 22 (5): 843-845
The first Anglo-Afghan wars. A reader
vol. 22 (5): 845-846
Military culture and popular patriotism in Late Imperial Austria
vol. 22 (5): 846-847
Liberalism and the Habsburg monarchy, 1861–1895
vol. 22 (5): 847-848
The Age of Internationalism and Belgium, 1880–1930. Peace, Progress and Prestige
vol. 22 (5): 849-850
Selling under the Swastika: advertising and commercial culture in Nazi Germany
vol. 22 (5): 850-852
Revisionist scholarship and modern Irish politics
vol. 22 (5): 852-854

Volume 22 (4)

Reading for gender
vol. 22 (4): 527-535
Emasculation as empowerment: lessons of beaver lore for two Italian humanists
vol. 22 (4): 536-562
“Et nulle autre me faict plus proprement homme que cette cy:” Michel de Montaigne's embodied masculinity
vol. 22 (4): 563-578
Spain violated: foreign men in Spain's heartland
vol. 22 (4): 579-594
Masculinity and political geographies in England, Ireland and North America
vol. 22 (4): 595-619
Masculine hierarchies in Roman ecclesiastical households
vol. 22 (4): 620-642
Policing paternity: historicising masculinity and sexuality in early-modern France
vol. 22 (4): 643-657
Invincible blades and invulnerable bodies: weapons magic in early-modern Germany
vol. 22 (4): 658-679