Historical Research articles

Volume 87 (235)

Investigating the sixties at a sixties institution: teaching as historiography
Lucy Robinson, Chris Warne, vol. 87 (235): 154-177

Volume 86 (234)

Bishops and deans: London and the province of Canterbury in the twelfth century
D. P. Johnson, vol. 86 (234): 551-578
Reintroducing the emperor and repositioning the city republics in the ‘republican’ thought of the rhetorician Boncompagno da Signa
Gianluca Raccagni, vol. 86 (234): 579-600
Chivalry, British sovereignty and dynastic politics: undercurrents of antagonism in Tudor-Stewart relations, c.1490−c.1513
Katie Stevenson, vol. 86 (234): 601-618
Remembering usurpation: the common lawyers, Reformation narratives and the prerogative, 1578–1616
David Chan Smith, vol. 86 (234): 619-637
‘The embers of expiring sedition’: Maurice Margarot, the Scottish martyrs monument and the production of radical memory across the British South Pacific
David S. Karr, vol. 86 (234): 638-660
Canning, the principle of non-interference and the struggle for influence in Portugal, 1822–5
Norihito Yamada, vol. 86 (234): 661-683
‘The People's Advocate, Champion and Friend’: the transatlantic career of Citizen John De Morgan (1848–1926)
Rob Allen, vol. 86 (234): 684-711
Eggs, rags and whist drives: popular munificence and the development of provincial medical voluntarism between the wars
Nick Hayes, Barry M. Doyle, vol. 86 (234): 712-740
Laying down the law to the Irish and the coons: Stormont's response to American racial segregation in Northern Ireland during the Second World War
Simon Topping, vol. 86 (234): 741-759

Volume 86 (233)

Jenny Benham, vol. 86 (233): 391-393
Social structures and social change in seventh-century England: the law codes and complementary sources
John Hines, vol. 86 (233): 394-407
How did the authors of the Breviarium Alaricanum work? The example of the laws on Jews
Capucine Nemo-Pekelman, vol. 86 (233): 408-415
Forest laws in England and Normandy in the twelfth century
Judith A. Green, vol. 86 (233): 416-431
The creation of a Scandinavian provincial law: how was it done?
Stefan Brink, vol. 86 (233): 432-442
Carolingian kings and the leges barbarorum
Thomas Faulkner, vol. 86 (233): 443-464
Law codes and legal norms in later Anglo-Saxon England
Levi Roach, vol. 86 (233): 465-486
Law or treaty? Defining the edge of legal studies in the early and high medieval periods
Jenny Benham, vol. 86 (233): 487-497
Riht in earlier Anglo-Saxon legislation: a semasiological approach
Daniela Fruscione, vol. 86 (233): 498-504
Creating a Danish legal language: legal terminology in the medieval Law of Scania
Ditlev Tamm, Helle Vogt, vol. 86 (233): 505-514
‘Ge mid wedde ge mid aðe’: the functions of oath and pledge in Anglo-Saxon legal culture
Matthias Ammon, vol. 86 (233): 515-535
The twelfth-century rubrication of Anglo-Saxon legal texts in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS. 383
Thomas Gobbitt, vol. 86 (233): 536-549

Volume 86 (232)

Magna Carta 1253: the ambitions of the church and the divisions within the realm
David A. Carpenter, vol. 86 (232): 179-190
More light on Henry III's confirmation of Magna Carta in 1253
David A. Carpenter, vol. 86 (232): 191-195
The ‘Boroughbridge roll of arms’ reconsidered
Bridget Wells-Furby, vol. 86 (232): 196-206
Talk, script and print: the making of island books in early modern Venice
Anastasia Stouraiti, vol. 86 (232): 207-229
‘His neighbours land mark’: William Sykes and the campaign for ‘free trade’ in civil war England
Thomas L. Leng, vol. 86 (232): 230-252
Was there a British Georgian town? A comparison between selected Scottish burghs and English towns
Charles McKean, vol. 86 (232): 253-291
‘The potent spirit of the black-browed Jacko’: new light on the impact of John Robinson on high politics in the era of the American Revolution, 1770–84
Andrew Connell, vol. 86 (232): 292-312
Quantifying the language of British politics, 1880–1910
Luke Blaxill, vol. 86 (232): 313-341
Sculpting the nation in early republican Turkey
Faik Gur, vol. 86 (232): 342-372
‘Tolerance means weakness’: the Dachau concentration camp S.S., militarism and masculinity
Christopher Dillon, vol. 86 (232): 373-389

Volume 86 (231)

The Catalogus Baronum and the recruitment and administration of the armies of the Norman kingdom of Sicily: a re-examination
James Hill, vol. 86 (231): 1-14
Revisiting the Stonor manuscripts
Alison Hanham, vol. 86 (231): 15-29
Oratory, itinerant lecturing and Victorian popular politics: a case study of James Acland (1799–1876)
Janette Martin, vol. 86 (231): 30-52
‘The true remedy for Irish grievances is to be found in good political institutions’: English radicals and Irish nationalism, 1847–74
Anthony Daly, vol. 86 (231): 53-75
‘A Warning Against Quack Doctors’: the Old Bailey trial of Indian oculists, 1893*
Sumita Mukherjee, vol. 86 (231): 76-91
The women pro-Boers: gender, peace and the critique of empire in the South African war
Eliza Riedi, vol. 86 (231): 92-115
‘Every Citizen of Empire Implored to Save the Children!’ Empire, internationalism and the Save the Children Fund in inter-war Britain
Emily Baughan, vol. 86 (231): 116-137
Tarred roads or tobacco? Debates on the cause of lung cancer, nineteen-twenties to nineteen-fifties
Peter Bartrip, vol. 86 (231): 138-157