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Jules Vallès and Séverine

Romantic Socialism and the Afterlife of a Cross-Sex Friendship in French Political Culture, 1880–1929

Michael Mulvey

, identified French fraternal friendship as a gendered social relation with political implications whereby an individual entered into a contract with a supervised disciple who advanced a cause into the distant national future beyond the partner’s death. 2

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Jean Terrier

generation felt increasingly wary of the Idealists’ emphasis on national unity and on the prerogatives of the state vis-à-vis singular members of society: 24 in the words of the liberal anti-Hegelian L. T. Hobhouse, they believed in “differences as

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On Counterrevolution

Semantic Investigations of a Counterconcept during the French Revolution

Friedemann Pestel

counterrevolution in the early phase of the French Revolution: the term designated oppositional forces inside and outside the National Assembly and is often linked to rumors and an imagined relationship between the royal family and the army. 32 Whereas the use of

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Introduction

France’s Great War from the Edge

Susan B. Whitney

identities began to be tackled in earnest in the 1980s and continues to generate interest today. 2 A similar historiographical trajectory was identified by George Robb and W. Brian Newsome in their introduction to the Historical Reflections

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From Schmitt to Foucault

Inquiring the Relationship between Exception and Democracy

Sara Raimondi

explicitly acting over the law, but achieves a direct, factual reach on the life of both citizens and non-citizens. Police operating controls at national borders; officers entitled to communication monitoring, identity checks and body searches; enforcement

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Distributional Concept Analysis

A Computational Model for History of Concepts

Peter De Bolla, Ewan Jones, Paul Nulty, Gabriel Recchia, and John Regan

development of the field across national and disciplinary boundaries. As it moves into its second decade, calls for a “transdisciplinary history of concepts” and “comparative transnational” 1 approaches feature more prominently in its pages, and this might be

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Voluntarism

Promises of Proximity as Articulated by Changing Moral Elites

Anders Sevelsted

local social relief association), organizations working broadly within the national church such as the nursing school and nursing home Diakonissestiftelsen 21 (1863), the Stefanus Association (1876), 22 and “congregation care” organizations 23 (1886

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Carl Strikwerda

of agricultural products in world trade, the level of migration, the proportion of foreign-owned utilities, and the flow of capital as a share of national income, the pre–World War I era was more globalized than our world is today. 18 This global

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Competing Visions

The Visual Culture of the Congo Free State and Fin de Siècle Europe

Matthew G. Stanard

representational norms not only fed into a nascent European visual culture of the Congo, it also confirms that Leopold's colony was international in nature from its earliest years. National cultures invested in feats of exploration, and interest in Africa crossed

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Nadia Urbinati

impartiality of judgment, freedom from influence, or autonomy of will formation. Crisis as Catastrophe The third discourse about crisis is external to proceduralism as such and presumes a substantive conception of the national community that sustains a