Historein

Historein is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access electronic journal published biannually by the Cultural and Intellectual History Society (Athens). It is both historical and interdisciplinary in its perspective. It is thus situated within a scholarly “free trade” zone that encourages the interaction between history, philosophy, social anthropology, sociology, gender and labour studies, epistemology, literary and cultural studies. Its main aim is to promote the study of themes and phenomena that cannot be approached solely from within one discipline. Historein strongly supports approaches that tend to erase the distance between theory and research by making self-reflection a vital element of historical scholarship at all levels and stages. At the centre of its interest are questions concerning the production of knowledge about the past, the historicity of interpretative and argumentative strategies, and the politics of disciplinarity. Within this framework, Historein also aims at the enrichment of the evolving debates around class, gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion and generation, and the impact respective conceptualisations have had on the establishment of collective formations and subjectivities.

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Vol 15, No 2 (2015)
Editorial Committee: Ada Dialla, Athena Syriatou

Cover: Zafos Xagoraris, “Periscopes” [1998]

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION

ARTICLES
Vita magistra historiae? Life experience and meanings of the past
Rolf Petri
PDF
6-20
Reconceiving pasts in a digital age
Stefan Tanaka
PDF
21-29
Revolutions and regimes of violence
Thomas Gallant
PDF
30-40
Local homelands and national projects: territorial representations in the Bulgarian press from the 1840s to the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
Dessislava Lilova
PDF
41-55
Golden Dawn through a psychosocial lens
Thalia Dragonas
PDF
56-67
BOOK REVIEWS
Review of Rika Benveniste’s, Αυτοί που επέζησαν; Dimitris Kousouris’, Δίκες των δοσίλογων, 1944-1949; Menelaos Haralabidis’, Δεκεμβριανά 1944; Polymeris Voglis’, Η αδύνατη επανάσταση
Kostis Karpozilos
PDF
68-77
Review of Anna Maria Droumpouki’s, Μνημεία της λήθης: Ίχνη του Β΄Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου στην Ελλάδα και στην Ευρώπη
Phaedra Koutsoukou
PDF
77-80
Review of Evanthis Hatzivassiliou’s, NATO and Western Perceptions of the Soviet Bloc: Alliance Analysis and Reporting, 1951-1969
Sotiris Roussos
PDF
80-83
Review of Yiannos Katsourides’, History of the Communist Party in Cyprus: Colonialism, Class and the Cypriot Left
Alexis Rappas
PDF
83-87
Review of Fatih Ermiş’, A History of Ottoman Economic Thought: Developments Before the Nineteenth Century
Marinos Sariyannis
PDF
87-91
Review of Vassilios Bogiatzis, Μετέωρος μοντερνισμός: τεχνολογία, ιδεολογία της επιστήμης και πολιτική στην Ελλάδα του Mεσοπολέμου, 1922-1940
Manolis Patiniotis
PDF
91-95
Review of Philip Carabott, Yannis Hamilakis and Eleni Papargyriou (eds), Camera Graeca: Photographs, Narratives, Materialities
Penelope Petsini
PDF
96-99
Review of Constantin Irodotou’s, Des utopies sadiennes
Georges Faraklas
PDF
99-102
Review of Yannis Kondaratos’, Η θεωρία του William Blake για την τέχνη και η σημασία του εικαστικού του έργου για την κατανόησή της
Elena Hamalidi

 

 

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