Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 4

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Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 4.
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Special Issue: Defining Transnationalism


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Editor(s): Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Jonathan Morris, University College London, UK
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Editors: Jonathan Morris, University of Hertfordshire, UK Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield, UK Patricia Clavin, University of Oxford, UK John Connelly, University of California, Berkeley, USA Holger Nehring, University of Sheffield, UK
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Published: February, May, August and November

Abstracts: French and German, pp iii - vi (free access)

Defining Transnationalism
PATRICIA CLAVIN, pp 421 - 439 (free access)

Scoundrels without a Fatherland? Heavy Industry and Transnationalism in Post-First World War Germany
CONAN FISCHER, pp 441 - 464

Transnationalism and the League of Nations: Understanding the Work of Its Economic and Financial Organisation
PATRICIA CLAVIN, JENS-WILHELM WESSEL, pp 465 - 492 (free access)

The Transnational Dream: Politicians, Diplomats and Soldiers in the League of Nations' Pursuit of International Disarmament, 1920–1938
ANDREW WEBSTER, pp 493 - 518 (free access)

J. P. Morgan & Co., the House of Morgan and Europe 1933–1939
MARTIN HORN, pp 519 - 538

‘To Learn Nothing and To Forget Nothing’: Italian Socialism and the Experience of Exile Politics, 1935–1945
ALEXANDER DE GRAND, pp 539 - 558

National Internationalists: British and West German Protests against Nuclear Weapons, the Politics of Transnational Communications and the Social History of the Cold War, 1957–1964
HOLGER NEHRING, pp 559 - 582 (free access)

Conference Report Transnationalism in the Balkans: The Emergence, Nature and Impact of Cross-national Linkages on an Enlarged and Enlarging Europe, 26–27 November 2004
DENISA KOSTOVICOVA, NATALIJA BASIC, pp 583 - 590

Continuities and Discontinuities: New Research on the History of German Economic Institutions
CHRISTOPHER KOPPER, pp 591 - 602

Nothing but Lost Opportunities? The History of the Italian Left, 1980–2000: A View from the Future
ANDREA ROMANO, pp 603 - 611

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Contemporary European History 14 (2005), 4. in: H-Soz-Kult, 27.11.2005, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-2408>.
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