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Finding Faith in History: Muhammad Iqbal’s History of Ideas

by Luke Wilkinson

Evald Ilyenkov’s Ecology of Personality

by Isabel Jacobs

The Myth of Herbert Butterfield’s Political Realism

by Matt Andersen

Their Civilization—Whose Archaeology?

by Diptarka Datta

Prudence as Virtue Politics: The Rhetoric of Prudentia in Sixteenth-Century Venice

by Martina Calì

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Charles Clavey on Antisemitism and the Development of Critical Theory

Grant Wong interviews Charles H. Clavey about his recent JHI article, “‘The Stereotype Takes Care of Everything’: Labor Antisemitism and Critical Theory During World War II.”

“Bears Do Not Roam the Streets”: Woman Suffrage and the Reimagining of the American West

by Jordyn H. May

Edmund Burke, the Last Conservative

by Samuel Harrison

JHI Issue 84.4 Now Available

The October 2023 issue of the journal is now available!

Broadly Speaking: An Interview with Nicolas Guilhot

Luke Wilkinson interviews Nicolas Guilhot about his JHI article, “A Primitive Kind of Superstition: The Idea of the Paranoid Style in Art, Psychiatry, and Politics” (volume 84, issue 2).

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