„Crisis” in Contemporary History and Historiography

Protest Banner reading "Crisis" during Occupy London protests at St.
Pauls Cathedral, Photo: Neil Cummings, London 16th October 2011,
Source: flickr, License: CC BY-SA 2.0
Crises are omnipresent in the history and historiography of the
twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Since the global financial
crisis of 2007, the use of the concept has further increased and,
consequently, its meaning has become more elusive than ever. A quick
search on Google Scholar turns up three million and fifty thousand
hits. In the media, the concept functions as a catch-all
description for a broad range of complex weiterlesen...

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