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239 Cultural History in Italy ALESSANDRO ARCANGELI - scholars. - - - - - Alessandro Arcangeli 240 - social history of culture - 1 - 2 - th transformations of the gaze 3 Cultural History in Italy 241 - - - Nostalgia. Memory and passages on the Adriatic shores - L’histoire des mentalités revisitée. Cultural studies. Concepts and practices - 4 - - 4 HUNT, BURKE Alessandro Arcangeli 242 all applicants. storia culturale 5 - th th - - Publishing in Italy: the production and distri- bution of the book from the 18th century Cultural and economic relations in the

211 Cultural History in Spain History of Culture and Cultural History: same paths and outcomes?* CAROLINA RODRÍGUEZ-LÓPEZ An overview cultural history in the cultural history title. - Carolina Rodríguez-López 212 - Historical and historiographical context: When and how? When did new cultural history appear in Spain? Annales Spanish civilization 1 - - - Annales, civilization - 2 British - The Crowd in History: A Study of Popular Disturbances in France and England, 1730-1848. 1 ALTAMIRA, ID. ID.; 2 JOVER, HERNÁNDEZ SANDOICA, Cultural History in Spain 213

31 Narrative Transformations in Cultural History ANU KORHONEN Dieser Artikel perspektiviert Ansätze von Geschichtswissenschaftlern und -theo- retikern, die Historiografie zu erneuern, und diskutiert, inwieweit diese Vor- schläge unsere Art und Weise, Kulturgeschichte zu schreiben, ändern könnten. Kulturhistorische Erzählungen basieren, so die Annahme, anstatt auf einem kausalen oder chronologischen Emplotment wie viele Theoretiker narrativer Geschichte behaupten, auf einer Logik des Kontextes. Die aktuellen Diskurse haben das Bewusstsein für den

63 The Practice of Cultural History in Britain LUDMILLA JORDANOVA Introduction - culture - - in of - in Britain or by about Brit- ish social - - the Annales annalistes. The closest perhaps is the cultural history Ludmilla Jordanova 64 Defining Cultural History - culture - culture - - - cultural history - cultural history. un - history The Practice of Cultural History in Britain 65 culture or cultural cultural history - cultural history, cultural history - - - - state, politics, authority or government culture or cultural history Social

171 What’s new about the New Cultural History? An exemplary survey of the Austrian academic community CHRISTINA LUTTER 1. Theoretical and methodological approaches - - schichte Cultural History, or else Cultural History, esp. the New Cultural History - not The New Cultural History - The New Cultural History the title of Cultural History between Representations and Practices.1 1 HUNT CHARTIER, TSCHOPP POIRRIER, Christina Lutter 172 Cultural History research environment.2 (New) Cultural His- tory New Cultural History is in fact not that new - turned 3 The

45 Traditions of Cultural History in Finland, 1900-2000 HANNU SALMI L’histoire culturelle: un ’tournant mondial’ dans l’historiographie?, - 1 - - - - Suomen kulttuurihistoria 2 Norsk kulturhistorie Svenska folket ge- nom tiderna 1 CHRISTIANSEN Suomen kulttuurihistoria have Hannu Salmi 46 3 4 culture - th - sian empire.5 - - Herder, Suomi, Eurooppa 6 - culture Bildung. th Cultural Historical School th - th - 3 CHRISTIANSEN 4 HAAPALA, 2007, p. 51. 5 RANTALA, 2010, p. 21. 6 OLLITERVO/IMMONEN Traditions of Cultural History in Finland, 1900-2000 47 Volksseele 7

31 From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History in Scandinavia ANNE ERIKSEN - th 1 - - cultural value per se 1 BURKE Anne Eriksen 32 romantic affair of the late th th - - 20th - Discovery of the people in Scandinavia—19th century - th - the 16th 17th - - - From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History in Scandinavia 33 - - Norwe- gianess - 2 - th - 2 STRÖMBÄCK Anne Eriksen 34 Open-Air Museums and early research - - The Nordic Museum 3 - Oscar II. - 4 - 20th 3 HILLSTRÖM, 2006. 4 AALL From Ethnology and Folklore Studies to Cultural History

181 The Witch in the Alehouse Imaginary Encounters in Cultural History1 ANU KORHONEN One rainy autumn afternoon, while reading early modern murder pamphlets, I happened upon Johane Harrison, a witch. It was not her I was looking for. It was the “cruel and bloody” fate in 1602 of a family that first caught my atten- tion.2 The parents had been killed together with their young child, but there was some release in how the gruesome story ended: an older child of the fam- ily, a tortured girl who had witnessed the horrible events and whose tongue the