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Dossierles gauches en Égypte (xixe-xxe siècle)Dossier coordonné par Didier Monciaud

Didier Monciaud, Histoire de la gauche en Égypte (1870-1965) : expériences, contributions et enjeux

Ilham Khuri-Makdisi, Intellectuels, militants et travailleurs : la construction de la gauche en Égypte, 1870-1914

Anthony Gorman, Socialisme en Égypte avant la Première Guerre mondiale : la contribution des anarchistes

Zachary Lockman, La gauche et le mouvement ouvrier au début des années 1920

Katérina Trimi-Kirou, Être internationaliste dans une société coloniale : le cas des Grecs de gauche en Égypte (1914-1960)

Anouar Moghith, Un travaillisme égyptien autour de ‘Esäm Hefnî Nâsif, ou la production d’un marxisme indépendant et modéré dans l’entre-deux-guerre

Joël Beinin, Le marxisme égyptien (1936-1952) : nationalisme, anti-capitalisme et réforme sociale

Sherif Younis, Marxisme et patriotisme dans les régimes militaires de libération nationale : les officiers libres et les « communistes égyptiens »

Tewfik Aclimandos, Officiers libres et officiers communistes : collaborations et confrontations

Roel Meijer, Un modernisme autoritaire : les intellectuels de gauche et la réforme de la société égyptienne dans les années 1950

Didier Monciaud, Une trajectoire féminine dans la gauche égyptienne : dimensions et enjeux des engagements de Soraya Adham (1926-2008)

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Paulo Jorge Marques da Silva, Fernando Namora por entre os dedos da pide – A repressão e os escritores no estado novo, Coimbra, Editorial Minerva,  2009.

Humberto Delgado, Memórias de Humberto Delgado, Dom Quixote, 2009.

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Amadeu Lopes Sabino / Jorge Oliveira e Sousa / José Morais / Manuel Paiva, À Espera de Godinho – Quando o Futuro Existia, Bizâncio, 2009.

José Pedro Castanheira, O que a Censura Cortou, Expresso, 2009.

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Fernando Rosas (Coord.), Tribunais Políticos – Tribunais Militares Especiais e Tribunais Plenários durante a Ditadura e o Estado Novo, Temas e Debates, 2009.

Camilo Mortágua,  Andanças para a Liberdade Volume I – 1934/1961, Esfera do Caos, 2009.

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Júlio Pomar e a experiência neo-realista, Museu do Neo-Realismo, 2009.

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Anúncio editorial da nova publicação Twentieth Century Communism

Editors Richard Cross, Norry LaPorte, Kevin Morgan, Matthew Worley

Communism was one of the defining political movements of the twentieth century. Viewed from different perspectives, it was at once a utopia, an ideology, a system of government, an apparatus of terror and an international political movement stretching to almost every corner of the globe. None of these aspects of its history will be overlooked in Twentieth Century Communism. Nevertheless, the journal’s primary concern is with communism as an international movement of unparalleled scope and cohesiveness. Since the collapse of the USSR and its satellites nearly twenty years ago, this phenomenon has given rise to a rich historical literature, informed both by the accessibility of communist archives and wider developments in social, political and cultural history.

Twentieth Century Communism will provide an international forum for the latest research on the subject and an entry-point into key developments and debates not immediately accessible to English-language historians. Its main focus is on the period of the Russian revolution (1917-91) and on the activities of communist parties themselves. However, its remit will also extend to the movement’s antecedents and rivals, the responses to communism of political competitors and state systems, and to the cultural as well as political influence of communism.

Twentieth Century Communism is a peer-reviewed journal of 256 pages appearing annually in May. As well as peer-reviewed research and discussion articles, it includes reviews, conference reports, key and a noticeboard section. The core of each issue will be provided by a themed section.

Issue 1 focuses on leadership cults. Contributors include Balázs Apor (on Rákosi); Anthony Howe (on Tom Mann); Claude Pennetier and Bernard Pudal (on Stalinism and the cult of the worker); and Tauno Saarela (on Kuusinen and Finland). There is also an interview with Hermann Weber.

Editorial advisers:
Aldo Agosti; Bernhard Bayerlein, Sylvain Boulouque; Geoff Eley; Jean-François Fayet; Irina Filitova; Nina Fishman; Ben Fowkes; José Gotovitch; Subhanlal Gupta; Stephen Hopkins; Edward J. Johanningsmeier; Kevin McDermott; Stuart Macintyre; Svend Rybner; Tauno Saarela; Steve Smith; Daniela Spenser; Brigitte Studer; Ronald Suny; Geoffrey Swain; Andrew Thorpe; Alexander Vatlin; Hermann Weber; Serge Wolikow.

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