On Recent Developments in the New Historiography of (Neo)Liberalism

@article{Stewart2020OnRD,
  title={On Recent Developments in the New Historiography of (Neo)Liberalism},
  author={Iain A. Stewart},
  journal={Contemporary European History},
  year={2020},
  volume={29},
  pages={116 - 124}
}
  • Iain A. Stewart
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Contemporary European History
Over the last twenty years or so several new waves of research on the history of liberalism have emerged. The novelty of this should not be exaggerated as broad scholarly interest in liberalism has in fact been increasing at a remarkable rate since the 1980s. Nevertheless, it is clear that the historiography of liberalism has broken much new ground since around the turn of the century. This has been driven partly by the influence of larger developments in the humanities and social sciences. The… Expand

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