Historical Research articles

Volume 87 (238)

The Essex inquisitions of 1556: the Colchester certificate
P. R. Cavill, vol. 87 (238): 751-763

Volume 87 (237)

‘You are what you eat’: historical changes in ideas about food and identity
Steven Shapin, vol. 87 (237): 377-392
Earl Gilbert Marshal and his mortal enemies
David Crouch, vol. 87 (237): 393-403
Provincial news networks in late Elizabethan Devon
Ian Cooper, vol. 87 (237): 404-422
Female barrenness, bodily access and aromatic treatments in seventeenth-century England
Jennifer Evans, vol. 87 (237): 423-443
Rethinking church and state during the English Interregnum
Charles W. A. Prior, vol. 87 (237): 444-465
‘A considerable portion of the defence of the Empire’: Lisbon and victualling the royal navy during the French Revolutionary War, 1793–1802
Martin Robson, vol. 87 (237): 466-490
Prelude to the Opium War? British reactions to the ‘Napier Fizzle’ and attitudes towards China in the mid eighteen-thirties
GAO Hao, vol. 87 (237): 491-509
The Red Book of the Exchequer: a curious affair revisited
Margaret Procter, vol. 87 (237): 510-532
Imperialism first, the war second: the British, an Armenian legion, and deliberations on where to attack the Ottoman empire, November 1914–April 1915
Andrekos Varnava, vol. 87 (237): 533-555
‘M4 to Wales – and prosper!’ A history of a motorway
Martin Johnes, vol. 87 (237): 556-573
Letters of Richard II (1397–8) in the authorship of William Ferriby
David R. Carlson, vol. 87 (237): 574-580

Volume 87 (236)

The hue and cry in medieval English towns
Samantha Sagui, vol. 87 (236): 179-193
The impact of land accumulation and consolidation on population trends in the pre-industrial period: two contrasting cases in the Low Countries
D. R. Curtis, vol. 87 (236): 194-228
Kinship and diplomacy in sixteenth-century Scotland: the earl of Northumberland's Scottish captivity in its domestic and international context, 1569–72
Amy Blakeway, vol. 87 (236): 229-250
The dominion of history: the export of historical research from Britain since 1850
Miles Taylor, vol. 87 (236): 275-292
From anti-colonialism to anti-imperialism: the evolution of H. M. Hyndman's critique of empire, c.1875–1905
Marcus Morris, vol. 87 (236): 293-314
Rank-and-file movements and political change before the Great War: the Durham miners' ‘Forward Movement’
Lewis Mates, vol. 87 (236): 316-343
The myth of sovereignty: British immigration control in policy and practice in the nineteen-seventies
Evan Smith, Marinella Marmo, vol. 87 (236): 344-369
Oliver Cromwell, iconoclasm and Ely cathedral
Graham Hart, vol. 87 (236): 370-376

Volume 87 (235)

Hiding the truth: exegetical discussions of Abraham's lie from Hugh of St. Victor to Stephen Langton
Emily Corran, vol. 87 (235): 1-17
Dorset in the period of baronial reform and rebellion, 1258–67
Huw Ridgeway, vol. 87 (235): 18-42
High clergy and printers: anti-Reformation polemic in the kingdom of Poland, 1520–36
Natalia Nowakowska, vol. 87 (235): 43-64
‘To[o] much eating stifles the child’: fat bodies and reproduction in early modern England
Sarah Toulalan, vol. 87 (235): 65-93
The misuse of loyalty? James Dundas and the faculty of advocates’ letter to Queen Anne of 1711
Adrian Lashmore-Davies, vol. 87 (235): 94-115
Pressing the French and defending the Palmerstonian line: Lord William Hervey and The Times, 1846–8
Laurence Guymer, vol. 87 (235): 116-133
‘They seem to have all died out’: witches and witchcraft in Lark Rise to Candleford and the English countryside, c.1830–1930
Thomas Waters, vol. 87 (235): 134-153
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