Special Issue – Risk as an Analytical Category: Selected Studies in the Social History of the Twentieth Century
- Peter Itzen & Simone M. Müller: Risk as a Category of Analysis for a Social History of the Twentieth Century: An Introduction.
- Arwen P. Mohun: Constructing the History of Risk. Foundations, Tools, and Reasons Why.
- Stefan Kaufmann & Ricky Wichum: Risk and Security: Diagnosis of the Present in the Context of (Post-)Modern Insecurities.
- Malte Thießen: Risk as a Resource: On the Interplay between Risks, Vaccinations and Welfare States in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Germany.
- Jörg Arnold: “The Death of Sympathy.” Coal Mining, Workplace Hazards, and the Politics of Risk in Britain, ca. 1970-1990.
- Sebastian Haus: Risky Sex – Risky Language. HIV/AIDS and the West German Gay Scene in the 1980s.
- Kai Nowak: Teaching Self-Control. Road Safety and Traffic Education in Postwar Germany.
- Peter Itzen: Who is Responsible in Winter? Traffic Accidents, the Fight against Hazardous Weather and the Role of Law in a History of Risks.
- Meike Haunschild: Freedom versus Security. Debates on Social Risks in Western Germany in the 1950s.
- Sarah Haßdenteufel: Covering Social Risks. Poverty Debate and Anti-Poverty Policy in France in the 1980s.
- Felix Krämer: Hazards of Being a Male Breadwinner: Deadbeat Dads in the United States of the 1980s.
- Nicolai Hannig: The Checkered Rise of Resilience. Anticipating Risks of Nature in Switzerland and Germany since 1800.
- Simone M. Müller: “Cut Holes and Sink ‘em”: Chemical Weapons Disposal and Cold War History as a History of Risk.