Extended Bibliography

Bibliography

The debate about European History as a field of research has a history of its own. Below, we offer a bibliography of articles and books that have dealt in one way or another with the question of how to do European history. We have not included histories “of Europe” systematically, the focus being rather (but not exclusively) on contributions which either ask methodological questions or engage with historiographical developments within this field.

The bibliography does not aspire to be exhaustive (which would be impossible) and it has at present a preponderance of works in English, German and French. It is conceived of as work in progress and will be continuously extended. We welcome suggestions for including further titles.

Ahrweiler, Hélène / Maurice Aymard, Les Européens, Paris 2000.

Aldrich, Robert / Stuart Ward, Ends of Empire. Decolonizing the Nation in British and French Historiography, in: Stefan Berger / Chris Lorenz (eds.), Nationalizing the Past. Historians as Nation Builders in Modern Europe, New York 2010, pp. 259–281.

Armitage, David, Greater Britain. A Useful Category of Historical Analysis?, in: American Historical Review 104.2 (1999), pp. 427–445.

Arnason, Johann, Historians in Search of Borders. Mapping the European East, in: Themenportal Europäische Geschichte 2006. URL: http://​www.europa.clio-online.de​/​essay/​id/​fdae-1372 [2020-09-10].

Atkinson, Anthony / Peter Huber / Harold James / Fritz Scharpf (eds.), Nationalstaat und Europäische Union. Eine Bestandsaufnahme, Baden-Baden 2016.

Baár, Monika / Paul van Trigt, British and European Citizenship. Entanglements Through the Lens of Disability, in: Contemporary European History 28.1 (2019), pp. 50–52.

Baldwin, Peter, Comparing and Generalizing. Why All History Is Comparative, yet No History Is Sociology, in: Deborah Cohen / Maura O’Connor (eds.), Comparison and History. Europe in Cross-National Perspective, New York 2004, pp. 1–22.

Baumeister, Martin / Bruno Bonomo / Dieter Schott, Introduction. Contested Cities in an Era of Crisis, in: Martin Baumeister / Bruno Bonomo / Dieter Schott (eds.), Cities Contested. Urban Politics, Heritage, and Social Movements in Italy and West Germany in the 1970s, Frankfurt/Main 2017, pp. 7–30.

Baumeister, Martin/Roberto Sala (eds.), Southern Europe? Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece from the 1950s until the present day, Frankfurt/Main 2015.

Beaupré, Nicolas /Landry Charrier, Pour une histoire sociale, culturelle et transnationale de l’idée européenne. Introduction, in : Siècles 41  (2015). URL : http://journals.openedition.org/siecles/2521 [2020-09-10].

Beer, Mathias (ed.), Auf dem Weg zum ethnisch reinen Nationalstaat? Europa in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Tübingen 2004.

Bennett, Karen / Laura-Mihaela Muresan, Rhetorical Incompatibilities in Academic Writing. English Versus the Roman Cultures, in: Synergy 12.1 (2016), pp. 95–119.

Bergen, Doris, Growing Up with Central European History, in: Central European History 51.1 (2018), pp. 23–25.

Berger, Stefan (ed.), A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe. 1789 – 1914, Malden 2006.

Berger, Stefan, Writing National Histories in Europe. Reflections on the Pasts, Presents, and Futures of a Tradition, in: Konrad Jarausch / Thomas Lindenberger (eds.), Conflicted Memories. Europeanizing Contemporary Histories, New York 2007, pp. 55–68.

Berger, Stefan (ed.), Writing the Nation. A Global Perspective, Basingstoke, Hampshire 2007.

Berger, Stefan / Chris Lorenz (eds.), The Contested Nation. Ethnicity, Class, Religion and Gender in National Histories, Basingstoke, Hampshire 2008.

Berger, Stefan / Chris Lorenz (eds.), Nationalizing the Past. Historians as Nation Builders in Modern Europe, New York 2010.

Bloch, Marc, Pour une histoire comparée des sociétés européennes, in: Revue de synthèse historique 46 (1928), pp. 15–50.

Bluche, Lorraine (ed.), Der Europäer – ein Konstrukt. Wissensbestände, Diskurse, Praktiken, Göttingen 2009.

Boer, Pim den et al. (eds.), Europäische Erinnerungsorte, 3 vols., Munich 2012.

Bösch, Frank / Ariane Brill / Florian Greiner (eds.), Europabilder im 20. Jahrhundert. Entstehung an der Peripherie, Göttingen 2012.

Bracke, Maud / Rebecca Clifford / Celia Donert / Ruth Glynn / Josie McLellan / Selina Todd, Women, Work and Value in Post-War Europe. Introduction, in: Contemporary European History 28.4 (2019), pp. 449–453.

Brewer, John / Frank Trentmann (eds.), Consuming Cultures, Global Perspectives. Historical Trajectories, Transnational Exchanges, Oxford 2006.

Brockmeyer, Bettina / Frank Edward / Holger Stoecker, The Mkwawa Complex. A Tanzanian-European History about Provenance, Restitution, and Politics, in: Journal of Modern European History 18.2 (2020), pp. 117–139.

Bruneteau, Bernard, Combattre l’Europe. De Lénine à Marine Le Pen, Paris 2018.

Bucur, Maria, Remembering Wartime Violence in Twentieth-Century Transylvania. A Few Thoughts on Comparative History, in: Hungarian Studies 21.1-2 (2007), pp. 101–110.

Burbank, Jane / Frederick Cooper, Empires in World History. Power and the Politics of Difference, Princeton 2010.

Burbank, Jane / Frederick Cooper / Marina Mogilner / Alexander Semyonov / Ilya Gerasimov, The Challenge and Serendipity of Writing World History through the Prism of Empire, in: Ab Imperio 2 (2010), pp. 22–45.

Burk, Kathleen, Chancing Your Arm. The Origins and Early Years of Contemporary European History, in: Contemporary European History 25.1 (2016), pp. 5–9.

Burk, Kathleen / Dick Geary, Editorial, in: Contemporary European History 1.1 (1992), pp. i–ii.

Burke, Peter, Did Europe Exist Before 1700?, in: History of European Ideas 1.1 (1980), pp. 21–29.

Burton, Antoinette (ed.), After the Imperial Turn. Thinking With and Through the Nation, Durham 2003.

Burton, Antoinette, On the Inadequacy and the Indispensability of the Nation, in: Antoinette Burton (ed.), After the Imperial Turn. Thinking With and Through the Nation, Durham 2003, pp. 1–23.

Caine, Barbara / Glenda Sluga, Gendering European History. 1780 – 1920, London 2004.

Calvi, Giulia, Global Trends. Gender Studies in Europe and the US, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 641–655.

Cesarani, David / Mary Fulbrook (eds.), Citizenship, Nationality and Migration in Europe, London 1996.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh, Provincializing Europe. Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference, New Delhi 2000.

Chamedes, Giuliana, Transnationalising the Spanish Civil War, in: Contemporary European History 29.3 (2020), pp. 261–263.

Charle, Christophe, “Les sociétés impériales” d’hier à aujourd’hui. Quelques propositions pour repenser l’histoire du second XXe siècle en Europe, in: Journal of Modern European History 3.2 (2005), pp. 123–139.

Charle Christophe, Peut-on écrire une histoire de la culture européenne à l’époque contemporaine? in : Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 65.5 (2010), pp. 1207-1221.

Christiaens, Kim / James Mark / José Faraldo, Entangled Transitions. Eastern and Southern European Convergence or Alternative Europes? 1960s–2000s, in: Contemporary European History 26.4 (2017), pp. 577–599.

Clavin, Patricia, Defining Transnationalism, in: Contemporary European History 14.4 (2005), pp. 421–439.

Clavin, Patricia, Time, Manner, Place. Writing Modern European History in Global, Transnational and International Contexts, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 624–640.

Cohen, Deborah / Maura O’Connor (eds.), Comparison and History. Europe in Cross-National Perspective, New York 2004.

Cole, Laurence / Philipp Ther, Introduction. Current Challenges of Writing European History, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 581–592.

Connelly, John, History as Area Studies Set in Time, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.3 (2018), pp. 315–320.

Conrad, Christoph, Europa zwischen National- und Globalgeschichte. How to Write Modern European History Today?, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.4 (2016), pp. 479–484.

Conrad, Sebastian, What Is Global History?, Princeton 2016.

Conrad, Sebastian / Jürgen Osterhammel (eds.), Das Kaiserreich transnational. Deutschland in der Welt 1871 – 1914, Göttingen 2006.

Conway, Martin / Kiran Klaus Patel (eds.), Europeanization in the Twentieth Century, London 2010.

Conze, Eckart / Ulrich Lappenküper / Guido Müller (eds.), Geschichte der internationalen Beziehungen. Erneuerung und Erweiterung einer historischen Disziplin, Köln 2004.

Cooper, Frederick, Colonialism in Question. Theory, Knowledge, History, Berkeley 2010.

Cooper, Frederick, Europe and Beyond? How to Write Modern European History Today?, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.4 (2016), pp. 474–478.

Corduwener, Pepijn, Democracy and the Entanglement of Political Parties and the State. Party-State Relations in 20th-Century France, Italy and Germany, in: Comparative Political Studies 53.1 (2020), pp. 40–70.

Crouzet, Denis (ed.), Historiens d’Europe, historiens de l’Europe, Ceyzérieu 2017.

Curthoys, Ann, We’ve Just Started Making National Histories, and You Want Us to Stop Already?, in: Antoinette Burton (ed.), After the Imperial Turn. Thinking With and Through the Nation, Durham 2003, pp. 70–89.

Dejung, Christof, Auf dem Weg zu einer globalen Sozialgeschichte? Neuere Studien zur Globalgeschichte des Bürgertums, in: Neue Politische Literatur 59.2 (2014), pp. 229–253.

Dejung, Christof / Johannes Feichtinger / Martin Lengwiler / Ulrike Lindner / Bernhard Struck / Jakob Vogel (eds.), Ränder der Moderne. Neue Perspektiven auf die Europäische Geschichte (1800-1930), Köln 2016.

Dejung, Christof / Martin Lengwiler, Einleitung: Ränder der Moderne. Neue Perspektiven auf die Europäische Geschichte, in: Christof Dejung / Johannes Feichtinger / Martin Lengwiler / Ulrike Lindner / Bernhard Struck / Jakob Vogel (eds.), Ränder der Moderne. Neue Perspektiven auf die Europäische Geschichte (1800-1930), Köln 2016, pp. 7–35.

Diner, Dan, Cataclysms. A History of the Twentieth Century from Europe’s Edge, Madison 2010.

Diogo, Maria Paula / Dirk van Laak, Europeans Globalizing. Mapping, Exploiting, Exchanging, London / New York 2016.

Dipper, Christof / Lutz Raphael, “Raum” in der Europäischen Geschichte. Einleitung, in: Journal of Modern European History 9.1 (2011), pp. 27–41.

Doering-Manteuffel, Anselm / Lutz Raphael, Nach dem Boom. Perspektiven auf die Zeitgeschichte seit 1970, Göttingen 2008.

Duara, Prasenjit, Rescuing History From the Nation. Questioning Narratives of Modern China, Chicago 1996.

Duchhardt, Heinz / Andreas Kunz (eds.), Europäische Geschichte als historiographisches Problem, Mainz 1997.

Dülffer, Jost, Europäische Zeitgeschichte. Narrative und historiographische Perspektiven, in: Zeithistorische Forschungen 1.1 (2004), pp. 51–71.

Dülffer, Jost, Zeitgeschichte in Europa – oder europäische Zeitgeschichte?, in: APUZ. Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 1-2 (2005), pp. 18-25. URL: https://​www.bpb.de​/​apuz/​29303/​zeitgeschichte-in-europa-oder-europaeische-zeitgeschichte?p=all [2020-07-29].

Epple, Angelika / Walter Erhart / Johannes Grave (eds.), Practices of Comparing. Towards a New Understanding of a Fundamental Human Practice, Bielefeld 2020.

Epstein, Catherine, German Historians at the Back of the Pack. Hiring Patterns in Modern European History, 1945–2010, in: Central European History 46.3 (2013), pp. 599–639.

Espagne, Michel, Überlegungen zur Frage nach einer europäischen Geschichte. How to Write Modern European History Today?, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.4 (2016), pp. 465–469.

Espagne, Michel / Jonas Kreienbaum / Frederick Cooper / Christoph Conrad / Philipp Ther, How to Write Modern European History Today? Statements to Jörn Leonhard’s JMEH-Forum, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.4 (2016), pp. 465–491.

Evans, Richard, Cosmopolitan Islanders. British Historians and the European Continent, Cambridge 2009.

Evans, Richard, What is European History? Reflections of a Cosmopolitan Islander, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 593–605.

Faraldo, José / Paulina Gulińska-Jurgiel / Christian Domnitz, Europa im Ostblock. Vorstellungen und Diskurse (1945-1991), Köln 2008.

Favretto, Ilaria / Xabier Itcaina, Protest, Popular Culture and Tradition in Modern and Contemporary Western Europe, London 2017.

Ferreira, Roquinaldo, Taking Stock: Portugese Imperial Historiography. Twelve years after the e-JPH Debate, in: e-JPH 14.1 (2016), pp. 54–70.

Firges, Pascal / Tobias Graf / Christian Roth / Gülay Tulasoglu (eds.), Well-Connected Domains. Towards an Entangled Ottoman History, Leiden 2014.

Föllmer, Moritz / Mark Smith, Urban Societies in Europe since 1945. Toward a Historical Interpretation, in: Contemporary European History 24.4 (2015), pp. 475–491.

François, Etienne/ Thomas Serrier (eds.), Europa. Notre histoire, Paris 2017.

Frevert, Ute, Eurovisionen. Ansichten guter Europäer im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, Frankfurt/Main 2003.

Frevert, Ute, Europeanizing German History, in: GHI Bulletin 36 (2005), pp. 9–24.

Frysztacka, Clara / Klaus Herborn / Martina Palli / Tobias Scheidt, Kolumbus transnational. Verflochtene Geschichtskulturen und europäische Medienlandschaften im Kontext des 400. Jubiläums der Entdeckung Amerikas 1892, in: Journal of Modern European History 15.3 (2017), pp. 419–447.

Gänger, Stefanie, Circulation. Reflections on Circularity, Entity, and Liquidity in the Language of Global History, in: Journal of Global History 12.3 (2017), pp. 303–318.

Gerasimov, Ilya / Sergey Glebov / Marina Mogilner, The Postimperial Meets the Postcolonial. Russian Historical Experience and the Postcolonial Moment, in: Ab Imperio 2 (2013), pp. 97–135.

Gerasimov, Ilya / Sergey Glebov / Marina Mogilner, Hybridity. Marrism and the Problems of Language of the Imperial Situation, in: Ab Imperio 1 (2016), pp. 27–68.

Gerasimov, Ilya / Jan Kusber / Alexander Semyonov (eds.), Empire Speaks Out. Languages of Rationalization and Self-Description in the Russian Empire, Leiden / Boston 2009.

Geyer, Michael, Historical Fictions of Autonomy and the Europeanization of National History, in: Central European History 22.3-4 (1989), pp. 316–342.

Geyer, Michael / Charles Bright, World History in a Global Age, in: American Historical Review 10.4 (1995), pp. 1034–1060.

Gillis, John, The Future of European History, in: Perspectives on History 4 (1996). URL: https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/april-1996/the-future-of-european-history

Gispen, Kees, Memories of Central European History, 1997–2005, in: Central European History 51.1 (2018), pp. 29–30.

Glebov, Sergeĭ, From Empire to Eurasia. Politics, Scholarship and Ideology in Russian Eurasianism, 1920s-1930s, DeKalb 2017.

Graf, Friedrich Wilhelm, Euro-Gott im starken Plural? Einige Fragestellungen für eine europäische Religionsgeschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts, in: Journal of Modern European History 3.2 (2005), pp. 231–257.

Green, Nancy, The Trials of Transnationalism. It’s Not as Easy as It Looks, in: Journal of Modern History 89.4 (2017), pp. 851–874.

Gunn, Simon, European Urbanities since 1945. A Commentary, in: Contemporary European History 24.4 (2015), pp. 617–622.

Hagemann, Karen / Donna Harsch, Gendering Central European History. Changing Representations of Women and Gender in Comparison, 1968–2017, in: Central European History 51.1 (2018), pp. 114–127.

Hagemann, Karen / Simone Lässig, Discussion Forum. The Vanishing Nineteenth Century in European History?, in: Central European History 51.4 (2018), pp. 611–695.

Haslinger, Peter, Östliches und Westliches, Europäisches und Globales. Zur Einleitung, in: Comparativ 18.2 (2008), pp. 7–10.

Haslinger, Peter, East Central European History. Still a Strategically Important Field of Research, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.3 (2018), pp. 295–300.

Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard, European History as Comparative History, in: Ab Imperio 1 (2004), pp. 111–126.

Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard, Historische Komparatistik in der internationalen Geschichtsschreibung, in: Oliver Janz / Sebastian Conrad / Gunilla Budde (eds.), Transnationale Geschichte. Themen, Tendenzen und Theorien, Göttingen 2010, pp. 137–149.

Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard / Jürgen Kocka (eds.), Comparative and Transnational History. Central European Approaches and New Perspectives, New York 2010.

Hedinger, Daniel / Nadin Heέ, Transimperial History. Connectivity, Cooperation and Competition, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.4 (2018), pp. 429–452.

Heiss, Gernot / Árpád Klimó / Pavel Kolář / Dušan Kováč, Habsburg’s Difficult Legacy. Comparing and Relating Austrian, Czech, Magyar and Slovak National Historical Master Narratives, in: Stefan Berger / Chris Lorenz (eds.), The Contested Nation. Ethnicity, Class, Religion and Gender in National Histories, Basingstoke, Hampshire 2008, pp. 367–404.

Henrich-Franke, Christian / Cornelius Neutsch / Guido Thiemeyer (eds.), Internationalismus und Europäische Integration im Vergleich, Baden-Baden 2007.

Herbert, Ulrich, Europe in High Modernity. Reflections on a Theory of the 20th Century, in: Journal of Modern European History 5.1 (2007), pp. 5–21.

Higby, Chester, The Present Status of Modern European History in the United States, in: Journal of Modern History 1.1 (1929), pp. 3–8.

Hildermeier, Manfred (ed.), Europäische Zivilgesellschaft in Ost und West. Begriff, Geschichte, Chancen, Frankfurt/Main 2000.

Hirschhausen, Ulrike von / Kiran Klaus Patel, Europeanization in History. An Introduction, in: Martin Conway / Kiran Klaus Patel (eds.), Europeanization in the Twentieth Century, London 2010, pp. 1–18.

Hobsbawm, Eric, The Curious History of Europe, in: Eric Hobsbawm: On History, London 1997, pp. 217–227.

Högselius, Per / Arne Kaijser / Erik van der Vleuten (eds.), Europe’s Infrastructure Transition. Economy, War, Nature, Basingstoke 2016.

Hohls, Rüdiger / Iris Schröder, Einleitung. Europa und die Europäer, in: Rüdiger Hohls / Iris Schröder (eds.), Europa und die Europäer. Quellen und Essays zur modernen europäischen Geschichte, Stuttgart 2005, pp. 15–23.

Howe, Stephen, Introduction. New Imperial Histories, in: Stephen Howe (ed.), The New Imperial Histories Reader, London 2010, pp. 1–20.

Hudemann, Rainer / Hartmut Kaelble / Klaus Schwabe (eds.), Europa im Blick der Historiker, Munich 1995.

Hufton, Olwen, The Prospect Before Her. A History of Women in Western Europe, London 1995.

Huizinga, Johan, Nederlands geestesmerk, Leiden 1935.

Hunt, Lynn, Is European History Passé?, in: Perspectives on History 40.8 (2002), pp. 1–6.

Ihalainen, Pasi / Cornelia Ilie / Kari Palonen (eds.), Parliament and Parliamentarism. A Comparative History of a European Concept, New York / Oxford 2016.

Iriye, Akira, Die Entstehung einer transnationalen Welt, in: Akira Iriye / Jürgen Osterhammel (eds.), Geschichte der Welt. 1945 bis heute. Die Globalisierte Welt, Munich 2013, pp. 671–825.

Iriye, Akira / Pierre-Yves Saunier (eds.), The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History. From the Mid-19th Century to the Present Day, London 2014.

Jakobsen, Uffe / Jussi Kurunmäki, Formation of Parliamentarism in the Nordic Countries from the Napoleonic Wars to the First World War, in: Pasi Ihalainen / Cornelia Ilie / Kari Palonen (eds.), Parliament and Parliamentarism. A Comparative History of a European Concept, New York 2016, pp. 97–114.

Janz, Oliver / Sebastian Conrad / Gunilla Budde (eds.), Transnationale Geschichte. Themen, Tendenzen und Theorien, Göttingen 2010.

Jarausch, Konrad, Central European History at Fifty. Notes from a Longtime Fan, in: Central European History 51.1 (2018), pp. 12–22.

Jarausch, Konrad / Thomas Lindenberger (eds.), Conflicted Memories. Europeanizing Contemporary Histories, New York 2007.

Jensen, Lars, Provincialising Scandinavia, in: KULT. Postkolonial Temaserie 7 (2010), pp. 7–21.

Kaelble, Hartmut, Europabewußtsein, Gesellschaft und Geschichte. Forschungsstand und Forschungschancen, in: Rainer Hudemann / Hartmut Kaelble / Klaus Schwabe (eds.), Europa im Blick der Historiker, Munich 1995, pp. 1–29.

Kaelble, Hartmut (ed.), The European Way. European Societies During the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, New York 2004.

Kaelble, Hartmut, Europäische Geschichte aus westeuropäischer Sicht?, in: Oliver Janz / Sebastian Conrad / Gunilla Budde (eds.), Transnationale Geschichte. Themen, Tendenzen und Theorien, Göttingen 2010, pp. 106–117.

Kamissek, Christoph / Jonas Kreienbaum, An Imperial Cloud? Conceptualising Interimperial Connections and Transimperial Knowledge, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.2 (2016), pp. 164–182.

Karonen, Petri, Tiede ja yhteiskunta. Suomen Historiallinen Seura ja historiantutkimus, Helsinki 2019.

Kind-Kovács, Friederike / Valeska Bopp-Filimonov, Debating East Central Europe Again? German Academia and the Dilemma of Spatial Categories, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.3 (2018), pp. 307–314.

Koekkoek, René, The Citizenship Experiment. Contesting the Limits of Civic Equality and Participation in the Age of Revolutions, Leiden / Boston 2020.

Kreienbaum, Jonas, Eurozentrismus, europäische Geschichte und das Problem der Empires. How to Write Modern European History Today?, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.4 (2016), pp. 469–474.

Kroll, Thomas, Neue Forschungen zur Geschichte der Sozialgeschichte in Westeuropa, in: Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 57 (2017), pp. 537–552.

Krzoska, Markus / Kolja Lichy / Konstantin Rometsch, Jenseits von Ostmitteleuropa? Zur Aporie einer deutschen Nischenforschung, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.1 (2018), pp. 40–63.

Kumar, Krishan, Visions of Empire. How Five Imperial Regimes Shaped the World, Princeton 2017.

Kundnani, Hans, Europe and the Return of History, in: Journal of Modern European History 11.3 (2013), pp. 279–286.

Kurunmäki, Jussi / Jeppe Nevers / Henk te Velde (eds.), Democracy in Modern Europe. A Conceptual History, New York 2018.

Kurunmäki, Jussi / Johan Strang (eds.), Rhetorics of Nordic Democracy, Helsinki 2010.

Lagrou, Pieter, Between Europe and the Nation. The Inward Turn of Contemporary Historical Writing, in: Konrad Jarausch / Thomas Lindenberger (eds.), Conflicted Memories. Europeanizing Contemporary Histories, New York 2007, pp. 69–77.

Langewiesche, Dieter, Föderalstaatliche Traditionen und europäische Entwicklungsperspektiven, in: Anthony Atkinson / Peter Huber / Harold James / Fritz Scharpf (eds.), Nationalstaat und Europäische Union. Eine Bestandsaufnahme, Baden-Baden 2016, pp. 39–54.

Lazar, Marc, Testing Italian Democracy, in: Comparative European Politics 11.3 (2013), pp. 317–336.

Ledford, Kenneth, Intellectual, Institutional, and Technological Transitions. Central European History, 2004–2014, in: Central European History 51.1 (2018), pp. 31–38.

Leonhard, Jörn, Comparison, Transfer and Entanglement, or: How to Write Modern European History Today?, in: Journal of Modern European History 14.2 (2016), pp. 149–163.

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Leonhard, Jörn / Ulrike von Hirschhausen (eds.), Comparing Empires. Encounters and Transfers in the Long Nineteenth Century, Göttingen 2012.

Levine, Philippa, Is Comparative History Possible?, in: History and Theory 53.3 (2014), pp. 331–347.

Levsen, Sonja, Einführung: Die 1970er Jahre in Westeuropa – un dialogue manqué, in: Geschichte und Gesellschaft 42.2 (2016), pp. 213-41.

Lower, Wendy, Decentring Berlin. Europeanization of Holocaust History, in: Journal of Modern European History 16.1 (2018), pp. 32–39.

Lüthi, Barbara / Francesca Falk / Patricia Purtschert, Colonialism Without Colonies. Examining Blank Spaces in Colonial Studies, in: National Identities 18.1 (2015), pp. 1–9.

Maier, Charles, Consigning the Twentieth Century to History. Alternative Narratives for the Modern Era, in: American Historical Review 105.3 (2000), pp. 807–831.

Malečková, Jitka, Gender, History and “Small Europe”, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 685–700.

Mandler, Peter, The Humanities in British Universities since 1945, in: American Historical Review 120.4 (2015), pp. 1299–1310.

Morris, Jonathan / Mary Vincent / Patricia Clavin, / John Connelly / Holger Nehring, Central European History and the Opening up of Europe, in: Contemporary European History 27.4 (2018), pp. 533–536.

Miškova, Diana / Balázs Trencsényi (eds.), European Regions and Boundaries. A Conceptual History, New York 2017.

Müller, Jan-Werner, Contesting Democracy. Political Ideas in Twentieth-Century Europe, New Haven 2011.

Nelson, Robert, Lutheranism and the Nordic Spirit of Social Democracy. A Different Protestant Ethic, Aarhus 2017.

Nevers, Jeppe, Democracy and European Integration. A Transnational History of the Danish Debate, in: Jussi Kurunmäki / Jeppe Nevers / Henk te Velde (eds.), Democracy in Modern Europe. A Conceptual History, New York 2018, pp. 281–299.

Nielsen, Philipp, What, Where and Why is Europe? Some Answers from Recent Historiography, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 701–713.

Núñez, Xosé-Manoel, Nations and Territorial Identities in Europe. Transnational Reflections, in: European History Quarterly 40.4 (2010), pp. 669–684.

Nützenadel, Alexander / Wolfgang Schieder (eds.), Zeitgeschichte als Problem. Nationale Traditionen und Perspektiven der Forschung in Europa, Göttingen 2004.

Osterhammel, Jürgen, Europamodelle und imperiale Kontexte, in: Journal of Modern European History 2.2 (2004), pp. 157–182.

Passerini, Luisa, Women and Men in Love. European Identities in the Twentieth Century, New York 2012.

Patel, Kiran Klaus, Nach der Nationalfixiertheit. Perspektiven einer transnationalen Geschichte, Berlin 2004.

Patel, Kiran Klaus, Europäische Integrationsgeschichte auf dem Weg zur doppelten Neuorientierung: Ein Forschungsbericht, in: Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 50 (2010), pp. 595–642.

Patel, Kiran Klaus / Lutz Raphael, Europa in der Krise. Gespräch mit Kiran Klaus Patel und Lutz Raphael über die Geschichte der europäischen Integration und den gesellschaftlichen Strukturwandel westeuropäischer Gesellschaften seit den 1970ern, in: Journal of Modern European History 17.4 (2019), pp. 412–421.

Paulmann, Johannes: Internationaler Vergleich und interkultureller Transfer. Zwei Forschungsansätze zur europäischen Geschichte des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts, in: Historische Zeitschrift 267 (1998), pp. 649-85.

Pedaliu, Effi, The Making of Southern Europe: An Historical Overview, in: London School of Economics IDEAS report: A Strategy for Southern Europe, October 2013, pp. 8-14. URL: https://www.lse.ac.uk/ideas/Assets/Documents/reports/LSE-IDEAS-A-Strategy-for-Southern-Europe.pdf [2020-10-5].

Pernau, Margit / Monica Juneja, Lost in Translation? Transcending Boundaries in Comparative History, in: Heinz-Gerhard Haupt / Jürgen Kocka (eds.), Comparative and Transnational History. Central European Approaches and New Perspectives, New York 2010, pp. 105–129.

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