Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature articles

Volume 96 (1)

Julian of Norwich, Theologian. By Denys Turner. Yale University Press. 2011. 262pp. £28.00.
Carole Hill, vol. 96 (1): 45-46
The Medieval Art, Architecture and History of Bristol Cathedral: An Enigma Explored. Edited by Jon Cannon and Beth Williamson . Boydell. 2011. xvii + 350pp. £55.00.
Nigel Saul, vol. 96 (1): 46-47
The Soldier Experience in the Fourteenth Century. Edited by Adrian R. Bell , Anne Curry , with Adam Chapman , Andy King and David Simpkin . Boydell. 2011. viii + 232pp. £50.00.
Christopher Allmand, vol. 96 (1): 47-48
Intersections of Gender, Religion and Ethnicity in the Middle Ages. Edited by Cordelia Beattie and Kirsten A. Fenton . Palgrave Macmillan. 2011. vi + 220pp. £60.00. Women and Religion in Late Medieval Norwich. By Carole Hill . Studies in History New
Elma Brenner, vol. 96 (1): 48-51
The Bohun of Fressingfield Cartulary. Edited by Bridget Wells-Furby . Boydell. 2011. x + 230pp. £30.00.
Charles Moreton, vol. 96 (1): 51-52
Medieval Legal Process: Physical, Spoken and Written Performance in the Middle Ages. Edited by Marco Mostert and P. S. Barnwell . Brepols. 2011. ix + 299pp. €85,00.
Paul Brand, vol. 96 (1): 52-54
Ansgar, Rimbert and the Forged Foundations of Hamburg–Bremen. By Eric Knibbs. Ashgate. 2011. xii + 258pp. £65.00.
James T. Palmer, vol. 96 (1): 54-55
Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages: Essays presented to J. Beverley Smith. Edited by R. A. Griffiths and P. R. Schofield . University of Wales Press. 2011. xvii + 252pp. £65.00.
Euryn Rhys Roberts, vol. 96 (1): 55-56
Colonial Ireland 1169–1369. By Robin Frame. Four Courts Press. 2012. xxv + 195pp. €15.75.
Brendan Smith, vol. 96 (1): 56-57
Edward III. By W. Mark Ormrod. Yale University Press. 2011. xxv + 721pp. £30.00.
John Watts, vol. 96 (1): 57-59
Urban Legends: Civil Identities and the Classical Past in Northern Italy, 1250–1350. By Carrie E. Beneš. Penn State University Press. 2011. xiv + 278pp. $79.95.
Caterina Bruschi, vol. 96 (1): 59-60
Conversations with Angels: Essays towards a History of Spiritual Communication, 1100–1700. Edited by Joad Raymond . Palgrave Macmillan. 2011. xiii + 349pp. £65.00.
Nicholas Vincent, vol. 96 (1): 61-62
Thomas More's Trial by Jury: A Procedural and Legal Review with a Collection of Documents. Edited by Henry Ansgar Kelly , Louis W. Karlin and Gerard B. Wegemer . Boydell. 2011. xvix + 240pp. £55.00.
Ben Lowe, vol. 96 (1): 62-63
The Elizabethan World. Edited by Susan Doran and Norman Jones . Routledge. 2011. 714pp. £150.00.
Courtney Thomas, vol. 96 (1): 63-65
England's Wars of Religion, Revisited. Edited by Charles W. A. Prior and Glenn Burgess . Ashgate. 2011. xiv + 335pp. £65.00.
Peter Marshall, vol. 96 (1): 65-66
Revelation Restored. The Apocalypse in Later Seventeenth-Century England. By Warren Johnston. Boydell. 2011. xxi + 290pp. £60.00.
Leigh T. I. Penman, vol. 96 (1): 66-68
Godly Kingship in Restoration England: The Politics of the Royal Supremacy, 1660–1688. By Jacqueline Rose. Cambridge University Press. 2011. x + 320pp. £60.00.
Mark Bailey, vol. 96 (1): 68-69
Luxury and Power: The Material World of the Stuart Diplomat, 1660–1714. By Helen Jacobsen. Oxford University Press. 2012. xv + 286pp. £65.00.
David Howarth, vol. 96 (1): 69-70
Scotland and the British Empire. Edited by John M. MacKenzie and T. M. Devine . Oxford University Press. 2011. xiii + 323pp. £35.00.
Catriona M. M. Macdonald, vol. 96 (1): 70-72
Wales and the British Overseas Empire: Interactions and influences 1650–1830. Edited by H. V. Bowen . Manchester University Press. 2011. xiii + 200pp. £60.00.
Gerard Charmley, vol. 96 (1): 72-73
Bibliography of the East India Company: Books, Pamphlets and Other Materials Printed Between 1600 and 1785. By Catherine Pickett . The British Library. 2011. xv + 301pp. £50.00.
Margaret Makepeace, vol. 96 (1): 73-74
A Calendar of the Registers of Apprentices of the City of Gloucester, 1700–1834. By Jill Barlow . Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society volume 25. 2011. xxvi + 196pp. £30.00.
Patrick Wallis, vol. 96 (1): 74-74
The Stuarts in Italy: A Royal Court in Permanent Exile. By Edward Corp . Cambridge University Press. 2011. xi + 416pp. £60.00.
Kieran German, vol. 96 (1): 75-76
The Pilgrims' Complaint: A Study of Popular Thought in the Early Tudor North. By Michael Bush. Ashgate. 2009. xiii + 307pp. £65.00.
Alan Marshall, vol. 96 (1): 76-77
Portraits, Painters, and Publics in Provincial England, 1540–1640. By Robert Tittler. Oxford University Press. 2012. 216pp. £60.00.
Catherine Richardson, vol. 96 (1): 77-78
Witchcraft and Demonology in South-West England, 1640–1789. By Jonathan Barry. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. 373pp. £65.00.
Karl Bell, vol. 96 (1): 78-80
The Letters of George Davenport 1651–1677. Edited by Brenda M. Pask with Margaret Harvey . Surtees Society, volume 215. 2011. xv + 296pp. £50.00.
Jean Morrin, vol. 96 (1): 80-81
Commanders of the Dutch East India Ships in the Eighteenth Century. By Jaap R. Bruijn. Boydell. 2011. xiii + 336pp. £75.00.
K. A. J. McLay, vol. 96 (1): 81-82
Robespierre: A Revolutionary Life. By Peter McPhee . Yale University Press. 2012. xx + 299pp. £25.00.
William Doyle, vol. 96 (1): 83-84
Revolution and the Republic: A History of Political Thought in France since the Eighteenth Century. By Jeremy Jennings . Oxford University Press. 2011. 548pp. £95.00.
Marisa Linton, vol. 96 (1): 84-85
Wilberforce: Family and Friends. By Anne Stott . Oxford University Press. 2012. xvi + 338pp. £35.00.
Gareth Atkins, vol. 96 (1): 85-87
The Americanization of the British Press, 1830s–1914: Speed in the Age of Transatlantic Journalism. By Joel H. Wiener . Palgrave Macmillan. 2011. x + 253pp. £55.00/$85.00.
Graham Law, vol. 96 (1): 87-88
The Reinterpretation of Italian Economic History from Unification to the Great War. By Stefano Fenoaltea . Cambridge University Press. 2011. xxi + 296pp. £50.00.
Alexis Litvine, vol. 96 (1): 88-89
Broken Men: Shell Shock, Treatment and Recovery in Britain 1914–30. By Fiona Reid . Continuum. 2010. 214pp. £19.99. Treating the Trauma of the Great War: Soldiers, Civilians and Psychiatry in France 1914–1940. By Gregory M. Thomas . Louisiana State Un
Peter Leese, vol. 96 (1): 89-92
The Stalin Cult: A Study in the Alchemy of Power. By Jan Plamper . Yale University Press. 2012. xx + 310pp. £40.00.
Jonathan Waterlow, vol. 96 (1): 92-94
The Two Unions: Ireland, Scotland and the Survival of the United Kingdom 1707–2007. By Alvin Jackson. Oxford University Press. 2011. 488pp. £35.00.
Thomas Bartlett, vol. 96 (1): 94-95
An Enlightenment Statesman in Whig Britain: Lord Shelburne in Context, 1737–1805. Edited by Nigel Aston and Clarissa Campbell Orr . Boydell. 2011. xviii + 288pp. £60.00.
Richard A. Gaunt, vol. 96 (1): 95-97
Physician to the Fleet: The Life and Times of Thomas Trotter 1760–1832. By Brian Vale and Griffith Edwards. Boydell. 2011. xiii + 235pp. £60.00.
Steven Cherry, vol. 96 (1): 97-98
The Naval Mutinies of 1797: Unity and Perseverance. Edited by Ann Veronica Coats and Philip MacDougall . Boydell. 2011. xviii + 316pp. £60.00.
Andrew Lambert, vol. 96 (1): 98-99
John Bright: Statesman, Orator, Agitator. By Bill Cash. I. B. Tauris. 2011. xv + 328pp. £25.00.
Keith Robbins, vol. 96 (1): 99-100