History articles

Volume 99 (334)

William of Malmesbury and the Ethics of History. By Sigbjørn Olsen Sønnesyn. Boydell. 2012. 302pp. £60.00.
Simon Yarrow, vol. 99 (334): 128-129
The Chronicle and Historical Notes of Bernard Itier. Edited by Andrew W. Lewis . Oxford Medieval Texts. Oxford University Press. 2013. lxxx + 305pp. £95.00.
Nicholas Vincent, vol. 99 (334): 130-131
The Great Humanists: An Introduction. By Jonathan Arnold. I. B. Tauris. 2011. vii + 327pp. £18.99.
Lucy Wooding, vol. 99 (334): 132-133
William Cecil, Ireland, and the Tudor State. By Christopher Maginn. Oxford University Press. 2012. xvi + 254pp. £60.00.
Neil Younger, vol. 99 (334): 133-135
The Earl of Essex and Late Elizabethan Political Culture. By Alexandra Gajda. Oxford University Press. 2012. xiv + 293pp. £60.00/$110.00.
Natalie Mears, vol. 99 (334): 135-137
Female Patients in Early Modern Britain: Gender, Diagnosis and Treatment. By Wendy D. Churchill. Ashgate. 2012. xv + 281pp. £65.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (334): 137-138
Physick and the Family: Health, Medicine and Care in Wales, 1600–1750. By Alun Withey. Manchester University Press. 2011. 336pp. £60.00.
Olivia Weisser, vol. 99 (334): 139-140
Ireland and the War at Sea 1641–1653. By Elaine Murphy. Boydell. 2012. 268pp. £50.00.
Samuel McLean, vol. 99 (334): 140-141
England's Culture Wars: Puritan Reformation and its Enemies in the Interregnum, 1649–1660. By Bernard Capp. Oxford University Press. 2012. xiii + 274pp. £60.00.
Anthony Fletcher, vol. 99 (334): 141-142
Louis XIV's Assault on Privilege: Nicolas Desmaretz and the Tax on Wealth. By Gary B. McCollim. University of Rochester Press. 2012. xi + 317pp. £65.00.
Guy Rowlands, vol. 99 (334): 143-144
Mayhem: Post-War Crime and Violence in Britain, 1748–1753. By Nicholas Rogers. Yale University Press. 2013. xi + 258pp. £29.95/$45.00.
Richard M. Ward, vol. 99 (334): 145-146
Seeing Justice Done: The Age of Spectacular Capital Punishment in France. By Paul Friedland. Oxford University Press. 2012. x + 334pp. £35.00.
Pamela Pilbeam, vol. 99 (334): 147-148
Freedom Burning: Anti-Slavery and Empire in Victorian Britain. By Richard Huzzey. Cornell University Press. 2012. xiii + 303pp. $29.95.
Stephen Tuffnell, vol. 99 (334): 148-150
Gladstone and Ireland: Politics, Religion and Nationality in the Victorian Age. Edited by D. G. Boyce and Alan O'Day . Palgrave Macmillan. 2010. 307pp. £60.00.
Richard A. Keogh, vol. 99 (334): 150-152
Victorian Religious Revivals: Culture and Piety in Local and Global Contexts. By David Bebbington. Oxford University Press. 2012. xiii + 307pp. £60.00.
Gareth Atkins, vol. 99 (334): 152-154
The Urban Working Class in Britain, 1830–1914. Edited by Andrew August . 4 vols. Pickering and Chatto. 2013. 1856pp. £350.00.
Emma Griffin, vol. 99 (334): 155-156
Cricket and Community in England: 1800 to the Present Day. By Peter Davies with Robert Light. Manchester University Press. 2012. 180pp. £65.00
Rafaelle Nicholson, vol. 99 (334): 156-157
Bitter Choices: Loyalty and Betrayal in the Russian Conquest of the North Caucasus. By Michael Khodarkovsky. Cornell University Press. 2011. 224pp. £21.50/$35.00.
Michael A. Reynolds, vol. 99 (334): 157-159
Churchill and Company: Allies and Rivals in War and Peace. By David Dilks. I. B. Tauris. 2012. xxii + 313pp. £20.00.
Ryan Shaffer, vol. 99 (334): 159-161
Discourses Surrounding British Widows of the First World War. By Angela Smith. Bloomsbury. 2013. x + 214pp. £50.00.
Angela Davis, vol. 99 (334): 161-162
Russian and Soviet Diplomacy, 1900–1939. By Alastair Kocho-Williams. Palgrave Macmillan. 2011. 232pp. £55.00.
Jonathan Davis, vol. 99 (334): 163-164
The Jews and Germans of Hamburg: The Destruction of a Civilization 1790–1945. By J. A. S. Grenville. Routledge. 2012. xiv + 334pp. £24.99.
Anthony D. Kauders, vol. 99 (334): 164-166
Nazi Policy on the Eastern Front, 1941: Total War, Genocide, and Radicalization. Edited by Alex J. Kay , Jeff Rutherford and David Stahel . University of Rochester Press. 2012. x + 359pp. £55.00.
Peter Black, vol. 99 (334): 166-168
The Lost German East: Forced Migration and the Politics of Memory, 1945–1970. By Andrew Demshuk. Cambridge University Press. 2012. xxii + 302pp. £60.00.
Arddun Arwyn, vol. 99 (334): 168-171
All This Is Your World: Soviet Tourism at Home and Abroad After Stalin. By Anne E. Gorsuch. Oxford University Press. 2011. x + 222pp. £63.00.
Oliver Johnson, vol. 99 (334): 171-173
Ambiguous Republic: Ireland in the 1970s. By Diarmaid Ferriter. Profile Books. 2012. xl + 823pp. £30.00.
Emmet O'Connor, vol. 99 (334): 173-174
The Republic of Nature: An Environmental History of the United States. By Mark Fiege. University of Washington Press. 2012. xii + 584pp. £22.99.
John Wills, vol. 99 (334): 174-175
We are the Revolutionists: German-Speaking Immigrants and American Abolitionists after 1848. By Mischa Honeck. University of Georgia Press. 2011. xiii + 236pp. £21.95.
Ethan Zane Miller, vol. 99 (334): 176-178
The Men and Women We Want: Gender, Race, and the Progressive Era Literacy Test Debate. By Jeanne D. Petit. University of Rochester Press. 2010. xii + 201pp. £50/$75.00.
Douglas C. Baynton, vol. 99 (334): 178-180
The Right Kind of Revolution: Modernization, Development, and US Foreign Policy from the Cold War to the Present. By Michael E. Latham. Cornell University Press. 2011. ix + 246pp. $73.50.
Alex Spelling, vol. 99 (334): 180-182
Mexico in World History. By William H. Beezley. Oxford University Press. 2011. xvi + 179pp. $19.95.
Will Fowler, vol. 99 (334): 183-184
The Zong: A Massacre, the Law and the End of Slavery. By James Walvin. Yale University Press. 2011. xi + 248pp. $32.50/£18.99.
Rebecca Shumway, vol. 99 (334): 184-186
Health, Medicine, and the Sea: Australian Voyages, c.1815–60. By Katherine Foxhall. Manchester University Press. 2012. xiii + 250pp. £60.00.
Jonathan Lamb, vol. 99 (334): 186-187

Volume 98 (333)

Notes on Contributors
vol. 98 (333): 0-0
Editorial
vol. 98 (333): 637-638
Through Jewish Eyes: Polemical Literature and the Medieval Papacy
Rebecca Rist, vol. 98 (333): 639-662
Learning from Home: Discourses on Education and Domestic Visual Culture in Early Modern Italy
Silvia Evangelisti, vol. 98 (333): 663-679
‘Why don't those lazy priests answer the book?’ Matthew Tindal, Censorship, Freedom of the Press and Religious Debate in Early Eighteenth-Century England
Alex Barber, vol. 98 (333): 680-707
The Charitable Corporation for the Relief of Industrious Poor: Philanthropy, Profit and Sleaze in London, 1707–1733
Peter Brealey, vol. 98 (333): 708-729
Reinventing the Tower Beefeater in the Nineteenth Century
Janette Martin, vol. 98 (333): 730-749