Full articles for this season’s Journal of the History of Ideas available through Project Muse Value, Justice, and Presumption in
This essay is a companion piece by Daniela K. Helbig for the article, ‘Life without toothache’, in the latest issue
By Contributing Writer Alexandra Leonzini Given how outwardly nationalistic the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is, it may surprise
For those in Philadelphia on May 3rd, feel warmly welcome to attend the 2019 Lovejoy Lecture, sponsored by the JHI.
By Editor Sarah Claire Dunstan. This is the final installment of commentaries in our Forum on Sebastian Conrad‘s What is Global History? (Princeton, 2016).
With the support of the Penn History Department and Penn SASGov, we are delighted to announce the program for our
By Guest Contributor Elizabeth Buckheit One of my favorite hypothetical games is to categorize all humanity in the vein of
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary, This is the third of four graduate student commentaries in our Graduate Forum on Sebastian
by guest contributor Shahrukh Khan Max Weber was a reluctant modernist. He understood that the major social and political trends
Sarah From childhood we have all been warned against ‘judging a book by its cover.’ I suppose then that I
By guest contributor Maryam Patton, this one of the four commentaries in our Graduate Forum on Sebastian Conrad‘s What is