Conceptual Insecurities and New Beginnings in the Interwar Period
Against the backdrop of a confluence of experiences which unsettled conceptual norms after the First World War, this volume presents a novel approach to global history as it examines ways of breaking with the past and the way in which societies, as well as transnational historical actors, employ key concepts to compose arguments for a better tomorrow.
picture : © Hagen Schulz-Forberg. All manuscripts in this series are subject to a critical review by the book series editors as well as external peer review. 1-6.indd 6 11/10/2013 16:29:44 IN MEMORIAM JAMES KAYE (1966-2011)
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