ISSN 1123-7023 (online)

CROMOHS is a peer-reviewed, open-access electronic history journal published in English, and over the last two decades has established a solid reputation for scholarly rigour. With a marked international outlook, it aims to encourage methodological debate arising from original and creative dialogue between scholarly traditions, and to promote innovative approaches to archival research. CROMOHS acts as a focal point and forum for challenging and fresh scholarship on fourteenth- to nineteenth-century intellectual, social and cultural history in a global perspective. It seeks to move beyond a strictly regional and Eurocentric approach, with a preferential view towards histories of transcultural contacts and connections. Articles relating to Muslim societies (fourteenth-nineteenth centuries) are most welcome. More generally, CROMOHS strongly encourages contributions engaging with extra-European cultures and societies. CROMOHS invites theoretically informed work from a range of historical, cultural and social domains that interrogate cross-cultural and connected histories, intersecting the history of knowledge, emotions, religious beliefs, ethnography, cartography, the environment, material culture and the arts.
 
Editors-in-Chief:
Daniel Barbu, CNRS Paris, France
Caterina Bori, University of Bologna, Italy
Giovanni Tarantino, University of Florence, Italy
Paola von Wyss-Giacosa, University of Zurich, Switzerland
 
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Current Issue

Vol 24 (2021): Cromohs

Published June 14, 2022

Issue Description

Articles

Maria Pia Casalena, Gibbon all’italiana: The Italian Restoration Edition of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Davide Trentacoste, The Marzocco and the Shir o Khorshid: The Origin and Decline of Medici Persian Diplomacy (1599–1721)

Jacobus Adriaan Du Pisani and Kim Kwang-Su, Precolonial African Historiography as a Multidisciplinary Project: The Case of the Bahurutshe of the Marico

                                                                                                                               

Emotion, Diploma... More

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Historians and Their Craft

Research-in-Progress

Francesco Borghesi, Yixu Lü, Daniel Canaris, Thierry Meynard
148 - 160
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