Among the journals in which the articles originally appeared are German history, French historical studies, Journal of modern history, and Selected papers of the consortium on revolutionary Europe.
What does JMH stand for?
JMH stands for Journal of Modern History (University of Chicago Press; Chicago, IL)
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We have 14 other meanings of JMH in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society
- Junior Meat Goat Show Circuit (Big Lake, Texas)
- Jackson Memorial Hospital
- James Marshall Hendrix
- James Monroe High school
- John Muir Health (California)
- Johnston Memorial Hospital (Abingdon, VA)
- Joint Message Holder (US DoD)
- Journal of Management History (Emerald)
- Journal of Military History (Society for Military History)
- JSSIS Message Handler
- Schaumburg, Illinois (Airport Code)
- Jesus Mercy Home Association Motherland Missionary Movement (Christian organization; India)
- Judge Major Hillard Branch Library (Chesapeake, VA)
- Japan Medical and Health Tourism Center
- Journal of Mental Health Counseling (American Mental Health Counselors Association)
- Justina McCaffrey Haute Couture (Canada)
- Journal of Marketing for Higher Education
- Journal of Men's Health and Gender
- Japan Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pocock's provocative essay on the "New British History" in the Journal of Modern History in 1975.
Laura Ann Mason, "The 'Bosom of Proof': Criminal Justice and the Renewal of Oral Culture during the French Revolution," Journal of Modern History 76 (March 2004): 29-61, 35.
Keith Michael Baker, "Transformations of Classical Republicanism in Eighteenth-Century France," Journal of Modern History 73 (March 2001): 32-53.
Journal of Modern History 67: 358-69 Betto, Bianca.
Stearns, "Stages of Consumerism: Recent Work on the Issues of Periodization," Journal of Modern History, March 1997, p.
On the relationship of the boycott of 1912-1914 to the rise of modern antisemitic politics in Poland, see Robert Blobaum, "The Politics of Antisemitism in Fin-de-Siecle Warsaw," Journal of Modern History 73, 2(June 2001): 275-306.
Claeys, "The Origins of the Rights of Labor: Republicanism, Commerce, and the Construction of Modern Social-Theory in Britain, 1796-1805," Journal of Modern History 66 (1994): 249-90; J.