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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00182648
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Volume 101 (348)

Issue Information - TOC
vol. 101 (348): 655-655
Notes on Contributors
vol. 101 (348): 656-657
Magna Carta in its European Context
SUSAN REYNOLDS, vol. 101 (348): 659-670
The Mediterranean Metaphor in Early Geopolitical Writings
ROLF PETRI, vol. 101 (348): 671-691
Waging War for the Righteous: William Eaton on Enlightenment, Empire, and Coup d'état in the First Barbary War, 1801–1805
C. B. BOW, vol. 101 (348): 692-709
The Rhinoceros and the Chatham Railway: Taxidermy and the Production of Animal Presence in the ‘Great Indoors’
KAREN JONES, vol. 101 (348): 710-735
‘Loyal Believers and Disloyal Sceptics’: Propaganda and Dissent in Britain during the Korean War, 1950–1953
TOM BUCHANAN, vol. 101 (348): 736-755
Must We Divide History into Periods? By Jacques Le Goff. Translated by M. B. DeBevoise. Columbia University Press. 2015. xiv + 160pp. £20.00.
BECKY TAYLOR, vol. 101 (348): 756-757
An Eye for an Eye: A Global History of Crime and Punishment. By Mitchel P. Roth. Reaktion Books. 2014. 342pp. £20.00.
CLIVE EMSLEY, vol. 101 (348): 758-759
Ancient Religions, Modern Politics: The Islamic Case in Comparative Perspective. By Michael Cook. Princeton University Press. 2015. xx + 541pp. $39.50/£27.95.
JULIA MCCLURE, vol. 101 (348): 759-762
Weeping Britannia: Portrait of a Nation in Tears. By Thomas Dixon. Oxford University Press. 2015. x + 438 pp. £25.00.
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 101 (348): 762-763
Dissent and the Bible in Britain, c. 1650–1950. Edited by Scott Mandelbrote and Michael Ledger-Lomas. Oxford University Press. 2013. xii + 323pp. £69.00.
CRAWFORD GRIBBEN, vol. 101 (348): 764-766
The Conservation Movement in Norfolk: A History. By Susanna Wade Martins. Boydell. 2015. xvi + 187pp. £19.99.
BRIAN AYERS, vol. 101 (348): 766-768
Bede's Temple: An Image and its Interpretation. By Conor O'Brien. Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs. Oxford University Press. 2015. xx + 242pp. £65.00.
MÁIRÍN MACCARRON, vol. 101 (348): 768-770
Stephen: The Reign of Anarchy. By Carl Watkins. Penguin Monarchs Series. Allen Lane. 2015. ix + 109pp. £10.99.
STEPHEN CHURCH, vol. 101 (348): 772-773
Ecclesiastical Knights: The Military Orders in Castile, 1150–1330. By Sam Zeno Conedera, SJ. Fordham University Press. 2015. xi + 258pp. $55.00.
CLARA ALMAGRO, vol. 101 (348): 773-775
Zengi and the Muslim Response to the Crusades: The Politics of Jihad. By Taef El-Azhari. Routledge. 2016. xi + 194pp. £90.00.
NICHOLAS MORTON, vol. 101 (348): 775-777
From England to France: Felony and Exile in the High Middle Ages. By William Chester Jordan. Princeton University Press. 2015. x + 223 pp. $39.50/£27.95.
ELISABETH VAN HOUTS, vol. 101 (348): 777-778
Wingfield College and its Patrons: Piety and Prestige in Medieval Suffolk. Edited by Peter Bloore and Edward Martin. Boydell. 2015. xv + 249pp. £50.00.
ELIZABETH GEMMILL, vol. 101 (348): 779-780
European Slave Trading in the Indian Ocean, 1500–1850. By Richard B. Allen. Ohio University Press. 2014. xviii +378pp. $34.95.
MICHAEL D. BENNETT, vol. 101 (348): 780-782