History

First published in 1912, History has been a leader in its field ever since. It is unique in its range and variety, packing its pages with stimulating articles and extensive book reviews. History balances its broad chronological coverage with a wide geographical spread of articles featuring contributions from social, political, cultural, economic and ecclesiastical historians.

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Wiley-Blackwell
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00182648
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Volume 102 (351)

Issue Information
vol. 102 (351): 357-359
Disciplinary Ordinances for English Armies and Military Change, 1385–1513
ANDREW MARTINEZ, vol. 102 (351): 361-385
Saving Republics by Moving Republicans: Britain, Ireland and ‘New Geneva’ During the Age of Revolutions
RICHARD WHATMORE, vol. 102 (351): 386-413
The Religious ‘Persecutions’ in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and British Sympathy for Italian Nationalism, 1851–1853
O. J. WRIGHT, vol. 102 (351): 414-431
Classical Sociology and the First World War: Weber, Durkheim, Simmel and Scheler in the Trenches
VITTORIO COTESTA, vol. 102 (351): 432-449
Revolutionary Fundraising and Global Networks: A Micro-Economic Approach to the Social Meaning of Money and Mobilization before the Second World War
FRANK WOLFF, vol. 102 (351): 450-478
From Herodotus to H-Net: The Story of Historiography. By Jeremy D. Popkin. Oxford University Press. 2016. xv + 251pp. £16.99.
BECKY TAYLOR, vol. 102 (351): 479-480
William the Conqueror. By David Bates. Yale University Press. 2016. xiv + 596pp. £30.00.
JUDITH GREEN, vol. 102 (351): 484-485
Medieval Chivalry. By Richard W. Kaeuper. Cambridge University Press. 2016. xv + 428pp. £19.99.
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 102 (351): 485-487
Frederick Barbarossa: The Prince and the Myth. By John B. Freed. Yale University Press. 2016. xxxiv + 676pp. £30.00.
ALHEYDIS PLASSMANN, vol. 102 (351): 487-488
Government and Political Life in England and France, c.1300–c.1500. Edited by Christopher Fletcher, Jean-Philippe Genet and John Watts. Cambridge University Press. 2015. x + 382pp. £74.99.
DAVID GREEN, vol. 102 (351): 489-489
Edward II: The Terrors of Kingship. By Christopher Given-Wilson. Penguin Monarchs. Allen Lane. 2016. xv + 127pp. £12.99. Edward III: A Heroic Failure. By Jonathan Sumption. Penguin Monarchs. Allen Lane. 2016. vii + 115pp. £12.99.
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 102 (351): 490-491
Henry of Lancaster's Expedition to Aquitaine, 1345–46: Military Service and Professionalism in the Hundred Years’ War. By Nicholas A. Gribit. Boydell. 2016. xv + 373pp. £30.00.
SAM GIBBS, vol. 102 (351): 491-492
The Logic of Political Conflict in Medieval Cities: Italy and the Southern Low Countries, 1370–1440. By Patrick Lantschner. Oxford University Press. 2015. xii + 275pp. £65.00.
MARC BOONE, vol. 102 (351): 493-494
The Politics of Culture in Quattrocentro Europe: René of Anjou in Italy. By Oren Margolis. Oxford University Press. 2016. xii + 222pp. £60.00.
STEPHEN BOWD, vol. 102 (351): 494-496
Henry VII's New Men and the Making of Tudor England. By Steven Gunn. Oxford University Press. 2016. xxii + 393pp. £60.00.
JAMES ROSS, vol. 102 (351): 496-498
Ill Composed: Sickness, Gender, and Belief in Early Modern England. By Olivia Weisser. Yale University Press. 2015. ix + 281pp. £60.00.
ALANNA SKUSE, vol. 102 (351): 499-499
The Supernatural in Tudor and Stuart England. By Darren Oldridge. Routledge. 2016. x + 176pp. £21.99.
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 102 (351): 500-501
Archaic Style in English Literature, 1590–1674. By Lucy Munro. Oxford University Press. 2013. xii + 308pp. £65.00.
KEITH TRIBE, vol. 102 (351): 501-503
Spain: The Centre of the World 1519–1682. By Robert Goodwin. Bloomsbury. 2015. xv + 587pp. £30.00.
MAYA FEILE TOMES, vol. 102 (351): 503-506