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MILAN GOLOB - The History of Medieval Ideas
Natalija AD29CA30
2010; graphite, charcoal, eraser on paper, 21×15 cm





The History of Medieval Ideas

- Lynn Abrams; Gender Relations in German History: Power, Agency and Experience from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century, 1997.

- Stewart Ainsworth; Prehistoric settlement remains on the Derbyshire grit stone moors, 2001.

- Stuart Airlie; Strange Eventful Histories: The Middle Ages in the Cinema, 2001.

- Denys Arcand, The Historical Film: Actual and Virtual, 1974.

- Margaret Atherton; How to Write the History of Vision: Understanding the Relationship between Berkeley and Descartes, 1997.

- Luis Hector Correa de Azavedo; Preliminary Study on the Project of Preparing a Universal History of Music and on the Role of the Music of Latin America and the Caribbean in this History, 1980.

- Martin Bacon; Prehistoric and Roman Derby: excavations at Littleover, Derby, 2008.

- Joyce Bailey; A Preliminary Investigation of the Formal and Interpretative Histories of Monumental Relief Sculpture from Tikal, Guatamala: Pre-, Early, and Middle Classic Periods, 1972.

- Christian Bailey; The Continuities of West German History. Conceptions of Europe, Democracy and the West in Interwar and Postwar Germany, 2010.

- Malcolm Barber; The New Knighthood: A History of the Order of the Templars, 1995.

- John Barnatt; To each their own: later prehistoric farming communities and their monuments in the Peak, 2000.

- CharIes Beard; The Case for Historical Relativism, 1969.

- Wolfgang Behringer; Communications Revolutions: A Historiographical Concept, 2006.

- Ugljesa Belic; Nikola Vulis's Items on Ancient History in Stanojevic's Encyclopedia, 2005.

- Tamas Bezeczky; The History of Hungarian Museum Documentation, its Present Application and Future Aspects, 1986.

- Aletta Biersack; Local Knowledge, Local History: Geertz and Beyond, 1989.

- Anthony Bonner; Historical Background and Life of Ramon Llull, 1985.

- Jay David BouIter; Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext and History of Writing, 1991.

- Robert Boyers; Politics and History: Pathways in European Film, 1977.

- Baldwin Brown; The Care of Ancient Monuments: An Account of Legislative and Other Measures Adopted in European Countries for Protecting Ancient Monuments, Objects and Scenes of Natural Beauty, and for Preserving the Aspect of Historical Cities, 1905.

- William Rogers Brubaker; Immigration, Citizenship, and the Nation-State in France and Germany: A Comparative Historical Analysis, 1990.

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- Peter Burke; European views of world History from Giovio to Voltaire, 1985.

- Christian Ceplecha; The Historical Thought of Jose Ortega y Gasset, Washington 1958.

- Henry Chadwick; History and Thought of the Early Church, 1982.

- Roger Chartier; Cultural History: Between Practice and Representation, 1993.

- Colin Clari; A History of European Printing, 1976.

- Justine Clark; Serendipity: Between Making a Magazine and Writing History, 2008.

- Kenneth Clark; The Gothic Revival: An Essay on the History of Taste, 1950.

- Candace Clements; Unexpected Consequences: The Concours de Peinture of 1727 and History Painting in Early Eighteenth-Century Paris, 1992.

- Robin Collingwood; History as the Understanding of the Present, 2001.

- Robert Connor; Historical Writing in the Fourth Century BC and in the Hellenistic Period, 1985.

- Arthur Coleman Danto; Painting and the Pale of History: The Passing of the Pure, 1998.

- Daniel Defoe; A General History of Trade, and Especially Consider'd as It Respects the British Commerce, as Well at Home, as to All Parts of the World, 1713.

- Sally Dennison; (Alternative) Literary Publishing: Five Modem Histories, 1984.

- Pierre Descargues; Perspective: History, Evolution, 1977.

- Marts Dreijer; The history of the Aland people - From Stone Age to Gustav Vasa, 1986.

- Thomas Elsaesser; Myth as the Phantasmagoria of History, 1981.

- Wolfgang Ernst; History: Cinema and Historical Discourse, 1983.

- Benjamin Feinberg; The Devil's Book of Culture: History, Mushrooms and Caves in Southern Mexico, 2003.

- Mare Ferro; Film as an Agent, Product and Source of History, 1983.

- Jean Folkerts and Dwight Teeter; Voices of a Nation: A History of the Media in the United States, 1989.

- John Franklin; From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro Americans, 1987.

- Adrian Frey; Taking the History of Mathematics Seriously, 1994.

- Peter Furst; High States in Culture-Historical Perspective, 1977.

- Jasna Gaburova; Folklorism and clothes in the collection of the Slovak National Museum - the Museum of History in Bratislava, 2005.

- Deborah Gewertz; History and Ethnohistory in Papua New Guinea, 1985.

- Atwood Gibson; The Media of Memory: History, Technology, and Collectivity in the Work of the German Zero Group, 2008.

- Michel Girard; Two Dilemmas of Liberalism: Historical Exhaustion and Internal Division in a World of Globalization, 2000.

- Ernst Gombrich; Mannerism: the Historiographic Background, 1961.

- Stane Granda; Cadastre as a Source for Economic History, 2005.

- Wendy Greenhouse; Reformation to Restoration: Daniel Huntington and His Contemporaries as Portrayers of British History 1830-1860, 1989.

- Roberta Guerrina; Europe: History, Ideas and Ideologies, 2002.

- Mark Haberlein; Historical Roots of Plurality in Europe, 2005.

- Stanley Hall; Adolescence in Literature, Biography and History, 2001.

- Miriam Hansen; Alexander Kluge, Cinema and the Public Sphere: The Construction Site of Counter-History, 1983.

- Michael Hauben; Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet, 1997.

- Carl Hempel; The Funktion of General Laws in History, 1959.

- David Herold; Historical Perspectives on Government Communication, in Lewis Helm, Informing the People: A Public Affairs Handbook, 1981.

- Frederick Hoffman; The Little Magazine: A History and Bibliography, 1946.

- Peter Holliday; The Origins of Roman Historical Relief Sculpture, 1983.

- Thomas Hope; An Historical Essay on Architecture ... Illustrated by Drawings made ... in Italy and Germany, 1835.

- Milan Horniacek; Microeconomic of Transition in Czechoslovakia - Lessons from History of Central Europe, 1995.

- Herbert Hrachovec; Learning not to Learn from History, 1984.

- Pavel Hroncek; Possibilities of using historical mining maps in geo-tourism, 2010.

- Roy Hughes; Some unrecorded prehistoric tools from Derbyshire, 1999.

- Frank Huisman; Shaping the Medical Market: On the Construction of Quackery and Folk Medicine in Dutch Historiography, 1999.

- Georg Iggers,: The European Context of Eighteenth-Century German Enlightenment Historiography, 1986.

- Brian Inglis; Trance: A Natural History of Altered States of Mind, London, 1989.

- Konrad Jarausch; The Role of Quantitative Methods in History. Decline or Reawakening? 1990.

- Philip Jones; Red Ochre Expeditions: An Ethnographic and Historical Analysis of Aboriginal Trade in the Lake Eyre Basin, 1983.

- Kristaq Jorgji; A review of Mr. Frashëri's Paper on Himara: Conversation with the Greek Historians, 2006.

- Osmo Jussila; The Historical Background to the February Manifesto of 1899, 1984.

- Rosaria Justi; History and Philosophy of Science Through Models: Some Challenges in the Case of the Atom, 2000.

- Robert Jutte; The Historiography of Nonconventional Medicine in Germany: A Concise Overview, 1999.

- Anton Kaes; History, Fiction, Memory: Fassbinder's The Marriage of Maria Braun, 1986.

- Tran van Khe; For a Universal History of Music. What is Lacking in Present-Day Histories of Music, 1980.

- Lloyd Kramer; Literature, Criticism, and Historical Imagination: The Literary Challenge of Hayden White and Dominick La Capra, 1989.

- Colleen Kriger; Mapping the History of Cotton Textile Production in Precolonial West Africa, 2005.

- Dominick LaCapra; Rethinking Intellectual History. Text, Context, Language, 1983.

- Andrew Lass; Romantic Documents and Religious Monuments: The Meaning Fulfillment of History in 19th Century Czech Nationalism, 1988.

- Arthur Lovejoy; The Great Chain of Being: a Study in the History of an Idea, 1970.

- Alf Ludtke; Introduction: What is the History of Everyday Life and Who are Its Practitioners? 1995.

- Anthony Luttrell; Greek Histories Translated and Compiled for Juan Fernandez de Heredia, 1960.

- Raphael Lutz; The Present as Challenge for the Historian: The Contemporary World in the Annales E.S.C., 1929-1949, 1992.

- Jean-Francois Lyotard; The Unconscious, History, and Phrases: Notes on the Political Unconscious, 1984.

- David Matual; Solovev's Translation of Virgil's Fourth Eclogue: Afterword to the History and Future of Theocracy, 1982.

- Douglas McMillan; Transition: The History of a Literary Era 1927-1938, 1976.

- Friedrich Meinecke; Values and Causalities in History, 1973.

- Leidulf Melve; Intentions, Concepts and Reception: An Attempt to Come to Terms with the Materialistic and Diachronic Aspects of the History of Ideas, 2006.

- Friederike Meyer; Literary History and the History of Mentalities: Reflections on the Problems and Possibilities of Interdisciplinary Cooperation, 1989.

- Michael Meyer; Philosophy and the Passions. Towards a History of Human Nature, 2000.

- Susan Morgan; Being There: Esther McCoy, the Accidental Architectural Historian, 2009.

- Michael Valdez Moses; The Mark of Empire: Writing, History, and Torture in Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians, 1993.

- Steve Neale; Film: History / Production / Memory, 1977.

- Bruno Nettl; Some Aspects of the History of World Music in the Twentieth Century: Questions, Problems, and Concepts, 1978.

- Hans-Joachim Neubauer; The Rumour: A Cultural History, 1999.

- Michae1 Newman; Vision as Metaphor: Towards a Fragmentary History, 1986.

- Yukio Nishimura; Outline of Japanese Historic Sites and Monuments, 1996.

- Carol Ockman; The Restoration of the Château of Dampierre: Ingres, the Duc de Luynes and an Unrealized Vision of History, 1982.

- Megan O'Neil; Making Visible History: Engaging Ancient Maya Sculpture, 2005.

- Erwin Panofsky; The Early History of Man in a cycle of Paintings by Piero di Cosimo, 1937.

- Bhikhu Parekh; The History of Political Ideas: A Critique of Q. Skinner's Methodology, 1973.

- Richard Parncutt; Systematic musicology and the History and future of Western musical scholarship, 2007.

- Frederick Paxton; History, Historians, and the Peace of God, 1992.

- Stefanaq Pollo; The History of Albania from Its Origins to the Present, 1981.

- Vladimir Potancok; The exhibition Gothics: From the cycle History of the Slovak creative art, 2004.

- Matjaz Potrc; First Steps Concerning the Historiographical Interpretation, 1985.

- Richard Raak; Historiography as Cinematography: A Prolegomenon to Film Work for Historians, 1983.

- Anson Rabinbach; German Historians Debate the Nazi Past, 1988.

- William Reddy; The Navigation of Feeling: A Framework for the History of Emotion, 2001.

- Peter Hans Reill; Science and the Science of History in the Spataufklarung, 1986.

- Steffi Richter; Historical Revisionism in Contemporary Japan, 2008.

- Steffi Richter; Mediating Historical Revisionism: Kobayashi Yoshinori as a Symptom of Cultural Crisis in Contemporary Japan, 2005.

- Steffi Richter; The History Textbook Controversy as an indicator of National Self-Reflection, 2004.

- Steffi Richter; The topology of Post-1990s Historical Revisionism, 2008.

- Philip Riden; New light on the history of The Peacock, Chesterfield, 1984.

- Jennifer Roberts; Mirrored Travels: Robert Smithson and History, 2000.

- James Harvey Robinson; The New History: Essays Illustrating the Modem Historical Outlook, 1965.

- Maximo Rodriguez; A Reconstruction of Structure of the Atom and Its Implications for General Physics Textbooks: A History and Philosophy of Science Perspective, 2004.

- Roman Rosdolsky; Engels and the Nonhistoric Peoples: the National Question in the Revolution of 1848, 1986.

- James Rule; 1830 and the Unnatural History of Revolution, 1972.

- Kenneth Sax; Polybius and the Writing of History, 1981.

- Siegfried Schmidt; On Writing Histories of Literature: Some Remarks from a Constructivist Point of View, 1985.

- Robert Schweitzer; The Baltic parallel: reality or historiographical myth? The influence of the tsarist government's experience in the Baltic provinces on its Finnish policy, 1984.

- Robert Schweitzer; The Rise and Fall of the Russo-Finnish Consensus: The History of the Second Committee on Finnish Affairs in St. Petersburg (1857-1891), 1996.

- Paul Semonin; American Monster: How the Nations First Prehistoric Creature Became a Symbol of National Identity, 2000.

- Kenneth Short; History and Film: Methodology, Research, Education, 1980.

- Simonde de Sismondi; History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century, 1996.

- Stephen Slemon, Post-Colonial Allegory and the Transformation of History, 1988.

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- Pieter Spierenberg; The Broken Spell: A Cultural and Anthropological History of Preindustrial Europe, 1991.

- Soawomir Sprawski; Aristotle on the History of Euboea ? Remarks on the Author Peri Euboias, 2008.

- Roderick Stackelberg; 1986 vs. 1968: The Turn to the Right in German Historiography, 1988.

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- Janusz Tazbir; Poland as the Rampart of Christian Europe. Myths and Historical Reality, 1983.

- John Thackray; The Natural History Museum: Nature's Treasure House, 2001.

- Daniel Thompson; Trial Index to Some Unpublished Sources for the History of Mediaeval Craftsmanship, 1935.

- Rastko Vasia; The Case of the Autariatae - History and Prehistory, 2005.

- Ales Vaupotic; On the problem of historical research in humanities: Michel Foucault and Mikhail Bakhtin, 2008.

- Anna Vemer Andrzejewski; Framing America: Paintings as Historical Evidence, 2003.

- Anna Vemer Andrzejewski; Research and Documentation of Historic Buildings, 2000.

- Marta Verginella; The Political Use of History in Slovenia and along the Italo-Slovene Border, 2004.

- Anne Vincent-Buffault; The History of Tears: Sense and Sensibility in France, 1991.

- Gerald of Wales; The History and Topography of Ireland, 1982.

- Didi Weinblatt; Historical Lessons for Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Fund Investment, 1991.

- Ruth Deason Weston; Poete Maudit: The Publishing History of Anais Nin.

- Verena Winiwarter; Approaches to Environmental History: A Field Guide to Its Concepts, 2003.

- Cecil Nathan Sidney Woolf; Bartolus of Sassoferrato: His Position in the History of Medieval Political Thought, 1913.

- Esmond Wright; The Ancient World: A History of Civilizations from PreHistory to the Fall of Rome, 1979.

- John Kirtland Wright; The Geographical Lore of the Time of the Crusades: A Study in the History of Medieval Science and Tradition in Western Europe, 1965.

- Richard Yeatman; Bassano's church notes, a forgotten facet of Derbyshire history, 1894.

- James Harvey Young; Historical Aspects of Food Cultism and Nutrition Quackery, 1970.

- Siegfried Zielinski; History as Entertainment and Provocation: The TV Series Holocaust in West Germany, 1980.

- Elisabetta Zurru; Time, History and the Native American Genocide Seen through Catherine's Eyes: a Stylistic Analysis, 2010.


The History of Medieval Ideas