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Read: Mediterranean Historical Review (30th Anniversary)

This year, the Mediterranean Historical Review celebrates its 30th anniversary. The editors have selected 30 articles that represent the journal's aims, reach, and evolution since 1986. The articles will be freely accessible until the end 2016. Enjoy!

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Founded in 1986, The Mediterranean Historical Review re-defines historical space by viewing its region of study through a wide-angle lens. Its aim and scope is to by-pass traditional periodization (ancient, medieval, early modern, modern) and territorial divisions in order to discuss issues the very nature of which is comparative and comparable. This approach is especially fruitful when traditional disciplinary borders work against the grain of historical issues, for example, the long-term (longue durée) practices of space in cases of religious pilgrimage or maritime trade. Migration, trade, colonization, religious movements and the relations among religions, urbanism, networks and connectivity, contrasting images and relations among civilizations, the role of the sea, languages and their historical significance, and historical geography, are but some of the historical and historiographical questions represented by this list of thirty articles.

Celebrate the journal's anniversary with free access to thirty key articles, personally hand-picked by the Editors for you. Just click on your article(s) of choice below and start reading today.

Source: Irad Malkin and Zur Shalev, co-editors, Mediterranean Historical Review

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