Publications

2015
Civil Wars, from Beginning ... to End?
Armitage, David. 2015. “Civil Wars, from Beginning .. to End?”. American Historical Review 120 (5) : 1829-37. Webpage PDF
Nicholas Henshall (1944-2015): An Appreciation
Armitage, David. 2015. “Nicholas Henshall (1944-2015): An Appreciation”. History Today 65 (11) : 6. Webpage PDF
Radiating
Armitage, David. 2015. “Radiating”. The Times Literary Supplement 5852 (29 May 2015) : 9. Website PDF
Denk weer over de langere termijn
Armitage, David, and Addie Schulte. 2015. “Denk weer over de langere termijn”. Het Parool (16 May 2015) : 44-45. JPG
Wider Still and Wider: Corporate Constitutionalism Unbounded
Armitage, David. 2015. “Wider Still and Wider: Corporate Constitutionalism Unbounded”. Itinerario 39 (3) : 501–03. Webpage PDF
R. R. Palmer, The Age of the Democratic Revolution: cinquante ans plus tard
Armitage, David. 2015. “R. R. Palmer, The Age of the Democratic Revolution: cinquante ans plus tard”. Le Débat 184 (March-April) : 187-92. Webpage PDF
Weg van het kortstondig verleden
Armitage, David. 2015. “Weg van het kortstondig verleden”. Nexus 69 : 38-50. Webpage
The History Manifesto: A Reply to Deborah Cohen and Peter Mandler
Armitage, David, and Jo Guldi. 2015. “The History Manifesto: A Reply to Deborah Cohen and Peter Mandler”. American Historical Review 120 (2) : 543-54. Website PDF
[Foundations of Modern International Thought] 思想のグローバル・ヒストリ
Armitage, David. 2015. [Foundations of Modern International Thought] 思想のグローバル・ヒストリ. Tokyo: Hosei University Press. Webpage
Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People: Editors' Response
Armitage, David, and Alison Bashford. 2015. “Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People: Editors' Response”. Journal of Pacific History 50 (2) : 237-40. DOI PDF
Horizons of History: Space, Time, and the Future of the Past
Armitage, David. 2015. “Horizons of History: Space, Time, and the Future of the Past”. History Australia 12 (1) : 207-25. Website PDF
Modern International Thought: Problems and Prospects
Armitage, David. 2015. “Modern International Thought: Problems and Prospects”. History of European Ideas 31 (1) : 116-30. DOI PDF
Le retour de la longue durée: une perspective anglo-américaine
Armitage, David, and Jo Guldi. 2015. “Le retour de la longue durée: une perspective anglo-américaine”. Annales. Histoire, Sciences sociales 70 (2) : 289–318. Web page PDF PDF
Every Great Revolution Is a Civil War
Armitage, David. 2015. “Every Great Revolution Is a Civil War”. In Scripting Revolution: A Historical Approach to the Comparative Study of Revolutions, ed. Keith Michael Baker and Dan Edelstein. Stanford: Stanford University Press , p. 57-68, 269-71. Website PDF
2014
Why Politicians Need Historians
Armitage, David. 2014. “Why Politicians Need Historians”. The Guardian (7 October 2014) : 38. Website
A Labyrinth of Terror Made of Coral and a Fragile Global Wonder
Armitage, David. 2014. “A Labyrinth of Terror Made of Coral and a Fragile Global Wonder”. Los Angeles Review of Books (10 October 2014). Website
Let's Look at the Evidence
Armitage, David, and Jo Guldi. 2014. “Let's Look at the Evidence”. Times Higher Education (2 October 2014) : 45-47. Website
Bonfire of the Humanities
Armitage, David, and Jo Guldi. 2014. “Bonfire of the Humanities”. Aeon Magazine (2 October 2014). Website
Look Beyond a Lifespan
Armitage, David, and Jo Guldi. 2014. “Look Beyond a Lifespan”. History Today 64 (10) : 3-4. PDF
The First Atlantic Crisis: The American Revolution
Armitage, David. 2014. “The First Atlantic Crisis: The American Revolution”. In Early North America in Global Perspective, ed. Philip D Morgan and Molly A Warsh. London: Routledge , p. 309-36.

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