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  • Pedro Feitoza wins the Antonio Candido Prize for the article “The Middle Line of Truth: Religious and Secular Ideologies in the Making of Brazilian Evangelical Thought, 1870-1930” Find out more

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  • ISSN: 1479-2443 (Print), 1479-2451 (Online)
  • Editors: Brandon Byrd Vanderbilt University, USA, Manu Goswami New York University, USA, Duncan Kelly University of Cambridge, UK, Tracie M. Matysik University of Texas at Austin, USA, and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins Wesleyan University, USA
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Modern Intellectual History is an open access journal that publishes scholarship in intellectual and cultural history from 1650 onwards. MIH concerns itself primarily with apprehending the contextual origins and receptions of texts in order to recover their historical meanings. But we understand ‘texts’ in the broadest sense, so as to encompass multiple forms of intellectual and cultural expression. These include, but are not limited to, political thought, philosophy, religion, literature, both the social sciences and the natural sciences, music, architecture, and the visual arts.

'Modern Intellectual History' Blogs

  • Radical Democracy and/or Ordinary Anarchy?
  • 06 June 2023, Sophie Scott-Brown
  • Journalist Colin Ward (1924-2010) believed anarchism was ordinary with its roots firmly in the small, everyday acts of improvised co-operation that made living...

History blog

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  • 10 May 2024, Hohee Cho and Martin Robert
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