Comparative History

Bibliographic pointers

E. Anheim and B. Grevin, ”Choc des civilisations’ ou choc des disciplines? Les sciences sociales et le comparatisme’, Bulletin de la Société d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Supplément 2002, 49-4 bis (2002), pp.122-146.

H. Atsma and A. Burguiere, eds.,  Marc Bloch aujourd’hui : histoire comparée et sciences sociales (Paris, 1990), 455 pages.

R. Axtmann, ‘Society, globalization and the comparative method’, History of the Human Sciences, 6, 2 (1993), pp. 53-74.

M. Aymard, ‘Histoire et comparaison’, in Marc Bloch aujourd’hui : histoire comparée et sciences sociales, eds. H. Atsma and A. Burguiere (Paris, 1990), pp. 271-278.

J.-J. Becker, ‘Retour sur la comparaison et réflexion sur les héritages’, in La violence de guerre, 1914-1945, eds. S. Audoin-Rouzeau, A. Becker, C. Ingrao and H. Rousso (Bruxelles, 2002), pp. 329-339.

R. Bendix,  Nation-Building and Citizenship. Studies of our changing social order (New York – London – Sydney, 1964), 314 pages.

M. Bloch, ‘Pour une histoire comparée des sociétés européennes’, Revue de Synthèse Historique, XLVI, (1928), pp. 15-50.

M. Bloch, ‘Comparaison’, Revue de Synthèse historique, XLIX, (1930), pp. 31-39.

M. Bloch, ‘Un voyage à travers l’histoire comparée’, Revue de Synthèse historique, V, (1933), pp. 301-304.

M. Bloch,  Apologie pour l’histoire ou Métier d’historien (Paris, 1997), 159 pages.

V. E. Bonnel, ‘The uses of theory, concepts and comparison in historical sociology’, Comparative studies in society and history, 22, (1980), pp. 156-173.

P. Burke,  History and Social Theory (Cambridge, 1992), 198 pages.

D. Cohen, ‘Comparative history: buyer beware’, German Historical Institute Bulletin, 29 (2001), pp. 23-33.

D. Cohen and M. O’connor, eds.,  Comparison and history : Europe in cross-national perspective (New York – London, 2004), 207 pages.

G. M. Frederickson, ‘Giving a comparative dimension to American history: problems and opportunities’, Journal of interdisciplinary history, XV, 1 (1985), pp. 107-110.

E. Gellner,  Nations and nationalism (Ithaca, 1983), 150 pages.

A. Gieysztor, ‘Le comparatisme en histoire’, in Marc Bloch aujourd’hui : histoire comparée et sciences sociales, eds. H. Atsma and A. Burguiere (Paris, 1990), pp. 255-258.

S. R. Grayzel, ‘Across Battle Fronts: Gender and the Comparative Cultural History of Modern European War’, in Comparison and History. Europe in cross-national perspective, eds. D. Cohen and M. O’connor (Abingdon – New York, 2004), pp. 71-84.

R. Grew, ‘The case for comparing histories’, American Historical Review, 85, (1980), pp. 763-778.

R. Grew, ‘The comparative weakness of American history’, Journal of interdisciplinary history, XV, 1 (1985), pp. 87-101.

R. Grew, ‘On the current state of comparative studies’, in Marc Bloch aujourd’hui : histoire comparée et sciences sociales, eds. H. Atsma and A. Burguiere (Paris, 1990), pp. 323-334.

H.-G. Haupt, ‘La lente émergence d’une histoire comparée’, in Passés recomposés. Champs et chantiers de l’histoire, eds. J. Boutier and D. Julia (Paris, 1995), pp. 196-207.

T. K. Hopkins and I. Wallerstein, ‘The comparative study of national societies’, Social Sciences Information, 6, 5 (1967), pp. 25-58.

J. Horne,  Labour at war. France and Britain 1914-1918 (Oxford, 1991), 463 pages.

J. Horne, ed.,  State, society, and mobilization in Europe during the First World War (Cambridge, 1997), 292 pages.

G. J. Kasza, ‘War and comparative politics’, Comparative Politics, 28, 3 (1996), pp. 355-373.

J. Kocka, ‘Comparative historical research : German examples’, International Review of Social History, 38, (1993), pp. 369-379.

M. Mcgerr, ‘The price of the ‘New Transnational History”‘, American Historical Review, Vol. , No. , , 96, 4 (1991), pp.

R. Mckibbin, ‘Why was there no Marxism in Great Britain?’, The English Historical Review, 99, 391 (1984), pp. 297-331.

S. Pedersen,  Family, dependence, and the origins of the welfare state : Britain and France, 1914-1945 (Cambridge, 1993), 478 pages.

A. Prost,  Douze leçons sur l’histoire (Paris, 1996), 330 pages.

T. Skocpol,  States and social revolutions. A comparative analysis of France, Russia, and China (Cambridge, 1979), 407 pages.

T. Skocpol, ‘The uses of comparative history in macrosocial inquiry’, Comparative studies in society and history, 22, (1980), pp. 174-197.

C. Tilly,  Fom Mobilization to Revolution (Reading (MA) / London, 1978), 349 pages.

C. Tilly,  Coercion, Capital, and European States, AD 990-1990 (Oxford – Cambridge (MA), 1990), 269 pages.

C. Tilly,  Contention and Democracy in Europe, 1650-2000 (Cambridge, 2004), 305 pages.

F. Trentmann, ed.,  Paradoxes of civil society : new perspectives on modern German and British history (New York, 2000), 380 pages.

I. Tyrrell, ‘American exceptionalism in an age of international history’, American Historical Review, 96, 4 (1991), pp. 1031-1055.

L. Valensi, ‘Retour d’Orient. De quelques usages du comparatisme en histoire’, in Marc Bloch aujourd’hui : histoire comparée et sciences sociales, eds. H. Atsma and A. Burguiere (Paris, 1990), pp. 307-321.

M. Van Der Linden, ‘The national integration of European working classes (1871-1914). Exploring the causal configuration’, International Review of Social History, XXXIII, (1988), pp. 285-311.

M. Weber, trans. T. P. A.M. Henderson, The Theory of Social and Economic Organization (London, 1947), 436 pages.

M. Weber,  Essais sur la théorie de la science (Paris, 1992), 478 pages.

M. Weber,  Economie et Société (Paris, 1995), 2 Vols., 411 and 425 pages.

M. Werner and B. Zimmermann, ‘Penser l’histoire croisée: entre empirie et réflexivité. ‘, Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 58ème année, 1 (2003), pp. 7-36.

J. M. Winter and J.-L. Robert, eds.,  Capital cities at War : London, Paris, Berlin, 1914-1919 (Cambridge, 1997), 622 pages.

J. M. Winter,  Sites of memory, sites of mourning : the Great War in European cultural history (Cambridge, 1995), 310 pages.

J. M. Winter and J.-L. Robert, eds.,  Capital Cities at War. Paris, London, Berlin, 1914-1919. Vol. II (Cambridge, 2007), 568 pages.

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