Reviews, Blog Posts, Discussions

Timo Aava, ‘Guldi ja Armitage’i ajaloomanifest,’ Sirp (20 February 2015):

David Abulafia, ‘Lucky Jim and La Longue Durée,’ Standpoint, 67 (November 2014):

Ben Alpers, ‘What Do We Need from Our Professional Societies Today?: An Open Thread,’ US Intellectual History Blog (18 April 2015):

Anonymous, ‘The Longue Durée of The History Manifesto,’ Flickering Landscapes (2 February 2015):

Roberto Balzani, ‘Storici, fate grandi domande,’ Il Sole 24 Ore: Domenica (22 February 2015): 25:

Judith A. Bennett, Journal of Pacific History, 50, 1 (March 2015): 98-99.

Giovanni Bernardini, ‘Una storia che serva alla politica (senza esserne serva),’ Mente Politica (13 December 2014):

Virginia Berridge, 'Review: The History Manifesto,' E-International Relations (18 January 2015):

Paul Bertrand, ‘Autour de “History Manifesto”—1. une affaire de “comm”,’ Médiévizmes (15 December 2014):; ‘Autour de “History Manifesto”—2. caricaturer ou catalyser?,’ Médiévizmes (16 December 2014):; ‘Autour de “History Manifesto”—3. Les données sont-elles “le pain de l'historien”?,’ Médiévizmes (17 December 2014):

Brian Bethune, ‘A Manifesto for Historians,’ Maclean’s Magazine, 127, 47 (1 December 2014): 77;

Richard Blakemore, ‘Some Thoughts on The History Manifesto’ (14 October 2014):

Daniel Boomsma, ‘The History Manifesto,’ Liberales (12 March 2015):

Bill Caraher, 'Method, the Discipline, and The History Manifesto' (21 October 2014):

Frédéric Clavert, Lectures (31 December 2014):

Clusory Debate, ‘Should Historians Actively Seek to Influence Public Opinion?,’ Clusory (3 February 2015):

Deborah Cohen and Peter Mandler, ‘The History Manifesto: A Critique,’ American Historical Review, 120, 2 (April 2015): 530-42; 'Rejoinder to Armitage & Guldi's Reply':

Thomas Cool, 'The End of The History Manifesto,' Boycott Holland (13 May 2015):

Tom Cutterham, ‘Historians Getting Things Done,’ Oxonian Review, 26, 2 (27 October 2014):

Zachary Davis, ‘Historians of the World Unite!,’ Kanon (14 January 2015):

Ramses Delafontaine, ‘On Academic History’s Future,’ International Network for the Theory of History (1 May 2015):; (abridged) History News Network (3 May 2015):

Dan Edelstein, 'Intellectual History and Digital Humanities,' Modern Intellectual History, 12 (2015):

Laurence Estival, ‘Management: les cinq tendances 2015,’ L’Express (20 January 2015):

Martin Eve, 'Discussing/Annotating The History Manifesto and the Open Access Effect(?)' (5 November 2014):

James Everest, ‘The Return of the Longue Durée,’ Review 31 (21 January 2015):

Moritz Föllmer, ‘Reviving the longue durée,’ Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis,128 (2015):

Matthew Francis, Nick Funke, David Gange, Chris Hill, Matthew Hilton, Matt Houlbrook, Andrew Jones, Chris Moores, Daisy Payling, Jonathan Reinarz, Laura Sefton, Kate Smith, Silas Webb and Simon Yarrow, 'Responding to The History Manifesto' (November 2014):;

Luis Gabriel Galán Guerrero, ‘¿La historia para qué sirve? Una revisión,’ El Tiempo (25 March 2015):

Gabriel Galvez-Behar, 'La longue durée, arme de l’historien?' (8 December 2014):

I. Gerasimov
, S. Glebov
, A. Kaplunovski, M. Mogilner
 and A. Semyonov, ‘Time, Forward!,’ Ab Imperio 1/2015: 15-19.

Mats Granberg, ‘Ny upplysning mot nationalismen,’ Norrköpings Tidningar (10 February 2015):

Lúcia Guimarães, ‘A fogueira das humanidades,’ Estadão (2 February 2015):,a-fogueira-das-humanidades-imp-,1628205

Tim Hitchcock, ‘Big Data, Small Data and Meaning,’ Historyonics (9 November 2014):

Tahir Kamran, 'Reverting to Longue Durée,' The News on Sunday (2 November 2014):

Sundeep Khanna, Livemint (29 January 2015):

Mark Koyama, 'Review Essay: The History Manifesto,' The Journal of Economic History, 75, 2 (June 2015): 584-87:

Paul Lay, 'Return of the Narrative,' Literary Review, 425 (October 2014): 1.

Claire Lemercier, ‘La longue durée: une histoire sans histoire?,’ and ‘L'histoire et ses publics: une question d'historiographie ou de modes de diffusion?,’ Devenir historien (1 December 2014):; (4 December 2014):

Matthew D. Linton, ‘Making History Too Big Too Fail? The History Manifesto and the Return of History as Science’ (4 March 2015):

Duncan Macrae, ‘An Ancient History Manifesto?’ (8 March 2015):

Pablo Marín, '"Un fantasma recorre nuestro tiempo …",' La Tercera (20 December 2014):

Scott McLemee, Inside Higher Ed (17 September 2014):

Dino Messina, ‘“The history manifesto”: una riflessione su microstoria e lungo periodo,’ Corriere della Sera (10 February 2015):

Neville Morley, 'The Thucydides Manifesto?,' Sphinx (27 January 2015):

Samuel Moyn, ‘Bonfire of the Humanities,’ The Nation, 300, 6 (9 February 2015): 27-32;

Garrett Dash Nelson, 'Taking the Long View,' Edge Effects (20 November 2014):

The New History Lab, 'The History Manifesto' (11 November 2014):

Annalee Newitz, ‘Why History Should Replace Economics in the 21st Century,’ io9 (8 October 2014):

Rebecca Onion, ‘Historians: Go Big or Go Home!,’ The Boston Sunday Globe, Ideas (14 December 2014): K1, K5;

M Harold Page, ‘The History Manifesto and Sweeping Histories,’ Black Gate (20 March 2015):

Joanne Paul, 'Temporality Matters,' The History Vault (16 November 2014):

Knox Peden, ‘What Is to Be Done?,’ Los Angeles Review of Books (18 February 2015):

Yvonne Perkins, 'Review: The History Manifesto,' Stumbling Through the Past (27 November 2014):

Yvonne Perkins, ‘The History Manifesto and Big Data,’ Stumbling Through the Past (14 January 2015):

Scott Pollock, ‘Reading that Changed My View of History: The History Manifesto,’ The History Education Network (22 January 2015):

Anaclet Pons, ‘Manifiesto por la historia (de larga duración),’ Clionauta (17 November 2014):

Maria Popova, 'How to Eradicate the Epidemic of Short-Termism and Harness Our Past in Creating a Flourishing Future,' Brain Pickings (16 October 2014):

‘Pseudoerasmus,’ ‘La longue purée’ and ‘Jo Guldi’s Curiouser and Curiouser Footnotes’ (11 November 2014):;

'Pseudoerasmus,’ ‘Errata Dentata: The History Manifesto Revisited’ (13 April 2015):

David Reynolds, 'The Return of Big History,' The New Statesman, 5246 (23-30 January 2015): 36-38;

Terence Renaud, ‘Historians of the World, Adapt?’ (10 April 2015):

Emily Rutherford, 'The History Manifesto and Its Discontents,' JHI Blog (31 December 2014):

Philipp Schnee, ‘Ein Manifest gegen drohende Irrelevanz,’ Deutschlandradio Kultur (7 January 2015):

Álvaro Sevilla Buitrago, ‘La historia de larga duración y su sentido operativo,’ Multipliciudades (14 October 2014):

Rakesh Sharma, ‘Why Big History Changes How We Think About Business and Technology,’ CheatSheet (7 March 2015):

Zoltán Boldizsár Simon, ‘History Manifested: Making Sense of Unprecedented Change,’ European Review of History, 22 (2015):

Jan Škvrňák, ‘The History Manifesto,’ Deník Referendum (21 February 2015):

Andrew Smith, ‘The Dangers of Defining Yourself Against Other Disciplines,’ The Past Speaks (4 December 2014):

Michał Starczewski, ‘The History Manifesto: o nieobecości historyków w debacie publicznej,’ Historia i Media (27 November 2014):

Johann Tempelhoff, ‘Ly samelewing aan geheueverlies?,’ Volksblad (7 April 2015):

John Tosh, Rethinking History, 19 (2015):

William Tullett, ‘Who Should We Write History For?,’ Clio@King's: The History Department Blog (15 March 2015):

Quentin Verreycken, ‘Quel est le problème de l’History Manifesto?,’ ParenThèses (13 April 2015):

Glyn Vincent, 'Historians Step Behind the Plate,' The Huffington Post (9 February 2015):

Aaron Weinacht, ‘History as Manifesto,’ Front Porch Republic (23 February 2015):

Rowan Williams, 'Books of the Year,' The New Statesman, 5236 (14-20 November 2014): 42;

Karin Wulf, 'Version Control: Or, What Does it Mean to "Publish"?,' The Scholarly Kitchen (16 April 2015):

İsmail Yurdadök, ‘Ucuz ve yan etkisi olmayan terapi: Tarih,’ Diriliş Postası (23 May 2015):

Interviews and Podcasts       

The History Manifesto (Free Thinking, BBC Radio 3, 22 October 2014), debate with Rana Mitter, Lucy Delap and Chris Skidmore:

'The History Manifesto' (London School of Economics, 8 October 2014), debate with Paul Kelly and Simon Szreter:


David Armitage on the Plight of History (Sunday Morning on Radio New Zealand 27 Jul 2014):

Articles by David and Jo

David Armitage and Jo Guldi, 'Reclaiming History for the Future,' The Conversation (The Chronicle of Higher Education) (16 October 2014):

David Armitage, 'Why Politicians Need Historians,' The Guardian (7 October 2014): 38;

Jo Guldi and David Armitage, ‘Historians May Never Rule the World, but Their Models will Rule the Data-Driven Future,’ History News Network (6 October 2014):

David Armitage and Jo Guldi, 'Bonfire of the Humanities,' Aeon Magazine (2 October 2014):

Jo Guldi and David Armitage, 'History: the key to decoding big data,' Times Higher Education (2 October 2014): 45-47;

Jo Guldi and David Armitage, 'Look Beyond a Lifespan,' History Today, 64, 10 (October 2014): 3-4:

David Armitage, 'What’s the big idea?,' The Times Literary Supplement:

Articles by Others

Samuel Arbesman, 'The Return of History at Long Timescales' (Wired online, 29 January 2014):

Paul Lay, 'Big is Back: The Return of Public History,' History Today (5 March 2014):

Lincoln Mullen, 'The Return of the Longue Durée in American Religious History,' Religion in American History (1 March 2014):