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Articles by Mark Hewitson

  • 'The Kaiserreich and the Kulturländer: Conceptions of the West in Wilhelmine Germany, 1890-1914', in R. Bavaj and M. Steber (eds.), Germany and 'the West': The History of a Modern Concept (Berghahn, 2015)
  • 'On War and Peace: German Conceptions of Conflict, 1792-1815', Historical Journal, 57 (2014), 447-483
  • 'Princes' Wars, Wars of the People or Total War? Mass Armies and the Question of a Military Revolution in Germany, 1792-1815', War in History, 20 (2013), 452-490
  • 'Belligerence, Patriotism and Nationalism in the German Public Sphere, 1792-1815', English Historical Review, 128 (2013): 839-876
  • 'Black Humour: Caricature in Wartime', Oxford German Studies, 41 (2012), 213-35
  • 'Introduction: Europe during the Forty Years' Crisis', with Matthew D'Auria, in Mark Hewitson and Matthew D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis, 1917-1957 (Berghahn, 2012), 1-10
  • 'Prologue', 'Reimagining the Past', and 'Making Sense of the Present', in Hewitson and D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis (Berghahn, 2012), 11-14, 83-88, 199-203
  • 'The United States of Europe: The European Question in the 1920s', in Hewitson and D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis (Berghahn, 2012), 15-34
  • 'Europe and the Fate of the World: Crisis and Integration in the late 1940s and 1950s', in Hewitson and D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis (Berghahn, 2012), 35-61
  • 'Inventing Europe and Reinventing the Nation-State in a New World Order', in Hewitson and D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis (Berghahn, 2012), 63-81
  • 'Conclusion: Europe between a Crisis of Culture and Political Regeneration', in Mark Hewitson and Matthew D'Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis: Intellectuals and the European Idea, 1917-1957 (Berghahn, 2012), 323-31
  • '"The Old Forms Are Breaking Up,… Our New Germany Is Rebuilding Itself": Constitutionalism, Nationalism and the Creation of a German Polity during the Revolutions of 1848-49', English Historical Review: 125 (2010): 1173-1214
  • '"I Witnesses": Soldiers, Selfhood, and Testimony in Modern Wars', German History, 28 (2010): 310-325
  • 'Wilhelmine Germany', in James Retallack (ed.), Imperial Germany, 1871-1918 (Oxford UP, 2008): 40-60
  • ‘Violence and Civilization: Transgression in Modern Wars’, in M. Fulbrook (ed.), Uncivilizing Processes? Excess and Transgression in German Society and Culture: Perspectives Debating with Norbert Elias. Amsterdam, 2007 (Rodopi): 117-56
  • 'Nationalism and the Nineteenth Century', in Timothy Baycroft and Mark Hewitson (eds.), What is a Nation? Europe, 1789-1914 (Oxford UP, 2006): 312-55
  • 'What was a Nation in Nineteenth-Century Europe?', co-authored with Timothy Baycroft, in Timothy Baycroft and Mark Hewitson (eds.), What is a Nation? Europe, 1789-1914 (Oxford UP, 2006): 1-13
  • ‘Images of the Enemy: German Depictions of the French Military, 1890-1914’, War in History 11 (2004): 4-33
  • ‘The Wilhelmine Regime and the Problem of Reform: German Debates about Modern Nation-States’, in Geoff Eley and James Retallack (eds.), Wilhelminism and Its Legacies, Oxford/ New York, 2003 (Berghahn): 73-90
  • ‘The Kaiserreich in Question: Constitutional Crisis in Germany before the First World War’, Journal of Modern History 73 (2001): 725-780
  • 'Germany and France before the First World War: A Reassessment of Wilhelmine Foreign Policy', English Historical Review 115 (2000): 570-606
  • 'Nation and Nationalismus: Representation and National Identity in Imperial Germany', in M.Fulbrook and M.Swales (eds.), Representing the German Nation. Manchester, 2000 (Manchester University Press): 19-62
  • 'German Public Opinion and the Question of Industrial Modernity: Wilhelmine Depictions of the French Economy', European Review of History 7 (2000): 45-61

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