New history articles (August-December 2012 edition)
Since I’ve fallen behind on my monthly articles and books posts, I’ve decided to condense the past several months into a couple final posts for the year. That way, I can start 2013 afresh with the regular format, reviewing and previewing books and articles every month. Below are the articles for the second half of 2012 that interested me but that I haven’t had a chance to review on this blog.
“Vernacular Metaphysics: On Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line“ by Robert Pippin in Critical Inquiry (Winter 2013).
“How Motion Pictures Industrialized Entertainment” by Gerben Bakker in The Journal of Economic History (December 2012).
“Ethical Progress as Problem-Resolving” by Amanda Roth in The Journal of Political Philosophy (December 2012).
“Intuiting Gods: Creed and Cognition in the Fourth Century” by Marilyn Dunn in Historical Reflections (Winter 2012).
“Imagining the Unconscious” by Wouter J. Hanegraaffa in Intellectual History Review (Winter 2012).
“Overshadowed New York” by Cyrus R. K. Patell and Bryan Waterman in American Literary History (Winter 2012).
“Is Socratic Ethics Egoistic?” by Sara Ahbel-Rappe in Classical Philology (October 2012).
“Inventing Intermediates: Mathematical Discourse and Its Objects in Republic VII” by Lee Franklin in Journal of the History of Philosophy (October 2012).
“Arab Existentialism: An Invisible Chapter in the Intellectual History of Decolonization” by Yoav Di-Capua in The American Historical Review (October 2012).
“Why Was It Europeans Who Conquered the World?” by Philip T. Hoffman in The Journal of Economic History (September 2012).
“Forging Soviet Racial Enlightenment: Soviet Writers Condemn American Racial Mores, 1926, 1936, 1946” by Meredith L. Roman in The Historian (Fall 2012).
“An Unbreakable Game: Baseball and Its Inability to Bring About Equality during Reconstruction” by Stephen Segal in The Historian (Fall 2012).
“Barbarian Virtues in a Bottle: Patent Indian Medicines and the Commodification of Primitivism in the United States, 1870–1900” by John Rosenberg in Gender & History (August 2012).
“Chto delat’?: World War I in Russian Historiography after Communism” by Kees Boterbloem in The Journal of Slavic Military Studies (Fall 2012).
“Tank Repair and the Red Army in World War II” by Gary A. Dickson in The Journal of Slavic Military Studies (Fall 2012).