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Emile Souvestre: Breton, Christian, and Republican in nineteenth century France
'A world of trouble': Joseph Wright of Derby in Bath, 1775--1777
In the graces of his highness the Grand Duke: Caravaggio's Roman patron del Monte as a Florentine courtier and agent
Entre lettres et portraits: Madame Du Deffand, auteur?
No country for old women: Burial practices and patterns of Hungarian queens of the Arpad dynasty (975-1301)
From selling rags to wearing riches: German Jews' economic progress in the first half of the nineteenth century
German radio propaganda in the Soviet Union: A war of words
"You've really got a hold on me": Power and emotion in women's correspondence in fifteenth-century Italy
Art comme archive dans "Archives du nord"
Bulgaria's Macedonia: Nation-building and state-building, centralization and autonomy in Pirin Macedonia, 1903--1952
From the Tito-Stalin split to Yugoslavia's Finnish connection: Neutralism before non-alignment, 1948--1958
The Berlin radio war: Broadcasting in Cold War Berlin and the shaping of political culture in divided Germany, 1945--1961
Fathers and Sons: American blues and British rock music, 1960--1970
Global capitalism meets local postcommunism: Tensions in transition as manifested through physical culture and the female body in Romania
After empire: Ethnic Germans and minority nationalism in interwar Yugoslavia
Feigned histories: Philip Sidney and the poetics of Spanish chivalric romance
The intersection between nationalism and religion: "The Burghers of Calais" of Auguste Rodin in the French Third Republic
Understanding the class enemy: Foreign policy expertise in East Germany
"Dear little living arguments": Orphans and other poor children, their families and orphanages, Baltimore and Liverpool, 1840--1910
Claiming India: French scholars and the preoccupation with India during the nineteenth century
Anonymous masses in the Alamire manuscripts: Toward a new understanding of a repertoire, an atelier, and a Renaissance court
Material murders: "Authenticity" in early nineteenth-century true crime murder melodrama
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