The Journal of Contemporary History

The Journal of Contemporary History (JCH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles and book reviews on twentieth-century history, covering a broad range of historical approaches including social, economic, political, diplomatic, intellectual and cultural. JCH is edited by Richard Evans, University of Cambridge and Stanley Payne, University of Wisconsin.

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Volume 50 (4)

The Journal of Contemporary History and its Editors
Evans, R. J., vol. 50 (4): 710-737
The Journal of Contemporary History: Fifty Years of Change and Continuity
Hart, B. W., vol. 50 (4): 738-749
George L. Mosse and Walter Laqueur on the History of Fascism
Payne, S. G., vol. 50 (4): 750-767
Unfinished Europe: Transition from Communism to Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe
Berend, I. T., Bugaric, B., vol. 50 (4): 768-785
The Right to Manumit and British Relations with Ibn Saud and Persia in the 1920s
Zdanowski, J., vol. 50 (4): 786-804
Contention in the Courtroom: The Legal Dimension of the 1960s Protests in the German and US Student Movements
Kraft, S., vol. 50 (4): 805-832
The Diplomatic History of Global Women's Rights: The British Foreign Office and International Women's Year, 1975
McCarthy, H., vol. 50 (4): 833-853
Germanizing Germans: Co-ethnic Immigration and Name Change in West Germany, 1953-93
Panagiotidis, J., vol. 50 (4): 854-874

Volume 50 (3)

Between Decolonization and the Cold War: Transnational Activism and its Limits in Europe, 1950s-90s
Bracke, M. A., Mark, J., vol. 50 (3): 403-417
Bombs and Border Crossings: Peace Activist Networks and the Post-colonial State in Africa, 1959-62
Skinner, R., vol. 50 (3): 418-438
'We Are with You, Vietnam': Transnational Solidarities in Socialist Hungary, Poland and Yugoslavia
Mark, J., Apor, P., Vucetic, R., Oseka, P., vol. 50 (3): 439-464
Progressive Participation and Transnational Activism in the Catholic Church after Vatican II: The Dutch and West German Examples
Dols, C., Ziemann, B., vol. 50 (3): 465-485
'Cuban Europe'? Greek and Iberian tiersmondisme in the 'Long 1960s'
Kornetis, K., vol. 50 (3): 486-515
'Do What the Afro-Americans Are Doing': Black Power and the Start of the Northern Ireland Troubles
Prince, S., vol. 50 (3): 516-535
Attraction and Aversion in Germany's '1968': Encountering the Western Revolt in East Berlin
von der Goltz, A., vol. 50 (3): 536-559
Our Bodies, Ourselves: The Transnational Connections of 1970s Italian and Roman Feminism
Bracke, M. A., vol. 50 (3): 560-580
The Transnational in the Local: The Larzac Plateau as a Site of Transnational Activism since 1970
Gildea, R., Tompkins, A., vol. 50 (3): 581-605
French and British Anti-Racists Since the 1960s: A rendez-vous manque?
Gordon, D. A., vol. 50 (3): 606-631
Beyond Western European Idealism: A Comparative Perspective on the Transnational Scope of Belgian Solidarity Movements with Nicaragua, Poland and South Africa in the 1980s
Christiaens, K., Goddeeris, I., vol. 50 (3): 632-655
Border Visions and Border Regimes in Cold War Eastern Europe
Oates-Indruchova, L., Blaive, M., vol. 50 (3): 656-659