History articles

Volume 102 (349)

Writing the History of Crime. By Paul Knepper. Bloomsbury. 2016. 241pp. £19.99.
KIM STEVENSON, vol. 102 (349): 114-116
Reason of State: Law, Prerogative and Empire. By Thomas Poole. Cambridge University Press. 2015. xi + 302pp. £69.99.
HENRY MIDGLEY, vol. 102 (349): 116-118
Town and Country in Medieval North Western Europe: Dynamic Interactions. Edited by Alexis Wilkin, John Naylor, Derek Keene and Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld. Brepols. 2015. x + 323pp. €85.00.
BRIAN AYERS, vol. 102 (349): 118-121
King John and Religion. By Paul Webster. Boydell. 2015. xv + 250pp. £60.00.
COLIN VEACH, vol. 102 (349): 121-123
Popes and Jews, 1095–1291. By Rebecca Rist. Oxford University Press. 2016. xxviii + 323pp. £65.00.
ROBERT HOUGHTON, vol. 102 (349): 123-124
The Acts and Letters of the Marshal Family: Marshals of England and Earls of Pembroke, 1145–1248. Edited by David Crouch. Camden Society 5th series 47. Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society. 2015. xviii + 518pp. £45.00.
NICHOLAS VINCENT, vol. 102 (349): 124-126
Henry IV. By Chris Given-Wilson. Yale University Press. 2016. xiv + 590pp. £30.00.
ANNE CURRY, vol. 102 (349): 126-127
Rural Society and Economic Change in County Durham: Recession and Recovery, c. 1400–1640. By A. T. Brown. Boydell. 2015. xv + 288pp. £60.00.
DAVID HITCHCOCK, vol. 102 (349): 128-129
Taxonomies of Knowledge: Information and Order in Medieval Manuscripts. Edited by Emily Steiner and Lynn Ransom. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2015. x + 163pp. $45.00/£29.50.
JANE ROBERTS, vol. 102 (349): 129-131
Medieval and Early Modern Representations of Authority in Scotland and the British Isles. Edited by Kate Buchanan, Lucinda H. S. Dean with Michael Penman. Routledge. 2016. xviii + 284pp. £95.00.
AMY BLAKEWAY, vol. 102 (349): 131-133
The Absence of America: The London Stage, 1576–1642. By Gavin Hollis. Oxford University Press. 2015. vii + 262 pp. £55.00.
MISHA EWEN, vol. 102 (349): 133-135
The Politics of Religion in Early Modern France. By Joseph Bergin. Yale University Press. 2014. xi + 379pp. £40.00.
DALE K. VAN KLEY, vol. 102 (349): 135-137
The Great American Speech: Words and Monuments. By Stephen Fender. Reaktion Books. 2015. 192pp. $20.00.
SARAH THELEN, vol. 102 (349): 137-139
The Gages of Hengrave and Suffolk Catholicism 1640–1767. By Francis Young. Catholic Record Society. Boydell. 2015. xxxiv + 241pp. £50.00.
JOHN MORRILL, vol. 102 (349): 139-140
Elite Women in Ascendancy Ireland, 1690–1745: Imitation and Innovation. By Rachel Wilson. Boydell. 2015. xiii + 208pp. £60.00.
KATIE BARCLAY, vol. 102 (349): 140-141
The Royal Touch in Early Modern England: Politics, Medicine and Sin. By Stephen Brogan. Royal Historical Society. Boydell. 2015. xii + 265pp. £50.00.
NICHOLAS TYACKE, vol. 102 (349): 141-143
London Lives: Poverty, Crime and the Making of the Modern City, 1690–1800. By Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker. Cambridge University Press. 2015. xvi + 461pp. £21.99.
BRODIE WADDELL, vol. 102 (349): 143-145
A Tale of Three Cities: The Life and Times of Lord Daer, 1763–1794. By Bob Harris. John Donald. 2015. vii + 280pp. £25.00.
STANA NENADIC, vol. 102 (349): 145-146
Competing Visions of Empire: Labor, Slavery, and the Origins of the British Atlantic Empire. By Abigail L. Swingen. Yale University Press. 2015. xv + 271pp. $85.00/£60.00.
SAMUEL MCLEAN, vol. 102 (349): 146-147
Scotland and the French Revolutionary War, 1792–1802. By Atle L. Wold. Edinburgh University Press. 2015. viii + 234pp. £55.00.
EMMA MACLEOD, vol. 102 (349): 148-149
Napoleon: A Concise Biography. By David A. Bell. Oxford University Press. 2015. x + 139pp. £12.99.
WILLIAM DOYLE, vol. 102 (349): 149-150
Russia and the Making of Modern Greek Identity, 1821–1844. By Lucien J. Frary. Oxford University Press. 2015. xv + 296pp. £60.00.
GEORGE VASSIADIS, vol. 102 (349): 150-152
Victorian Political Culture: ‘Habits of Heart and Mind’. By Angus Hawkins. Oxford University Press. 2015. xi + 428pp. £65.00.
ANTHONY HOWE, vol. 102 (349): 152-153
Sport and the British World, 1900–1930: Amateurism, and National Identity in Australasia and Beyond. By Erik Nielsen. Palgrave Macmillan. 2014. xii +257pp. £60.00.
DILWYN PORTER, vol. 102 (349): 153-155
The First World War. By A. W. Purdue. Palgrave. 2015. xx + 217pp. £21.99.
JEREMIAS SCHMIDT, vol. 102 (349): 155-157
Family Men: Fatherhood and Masculinity in Britain, c.1914–1960. By Laura King. Oxford University Press. 2015. xi + 233pp. £60.00.
AIMEE MCCULLOUGH, vol. 102 (349): 157-159
The Great Fear: Stalin's Terror of the 1930s. By James Harris. Oxford University Press. 2016. x + 205pp. £30.00.
J. ARCH GETTY, vol. 102 (349): 159-160
The Left Side of History: World War II and the Unfulfilled Promise of Communism in Eastern Europe. By Kristen Ghodsee. Duke University Press. 2015. xxii + 231pp. $23.95.
VASIL PARASKEVOV, vol. 102 (349): 161-161
The Regional Cold Wars in Europe, East Asia, and the Middle East: Crucial Periods and Turning Points. Edited by Lorenz M. Lüthi. Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Stanford University Press. 2015. ix + 387pp. $65.00.
JOHAN FRANZÉN, vol. 102 (349): 162-163
The East is Black: Cold War China in the Black Radical Imagination. By Robeson Taj Frazier. Duke University Press. 2015. xiv + 314pp. $25.00.
PETE MILLWOOD, vol. 102 (349): 164-166
Between Sovereignty and Anarchy: The Politics of Violence in the American Revolutionary Era. Edited by Patrick Griffin, Robert G. Ingram, Peter S. Onuf and Brian Schoen. University of Virginia Press. 2015. ix + 313 pp. $45.00.
ALFRED CARDONE, vol. 102 (349): 166-167
Slavery and Forced Migration in the Antebellum South. By Damian Alan Pargas. Cambridge University Press. 2015. xii + 281pp. £19.99/$29.99.
LAURA ELLYN SMITH, vol. 102 (349): 167-169
The Working Man's Reward: Chicago's Early Suburbs and the Roots of American Sprawl. By Elaine Lewinnek. Oxford University Press. 2014. ix + 239pp. £30.99.
ANNE M. MARTÍNEZ, vol. 102 (349): 169-170
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Road to the New Deal, 1882–1939. By Roger Daniels. University of Illinois Press. 2015. xxii + 522pp. $34.95.
RICHARD DOWLING, vol. 102 (349): 170-172
This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible. By Charles E. Cobb Jr. Duke University Press. 2016. xxi + 294pp. £16.99.
MEGAN HUNT, vol. 102 (349): 172-173
LBJ's Neglected Legacy: How Lyndon Johnson Reshaped Domestic Policy and Government. Edited by Robert H. Wilson, Norman J. Glickman and Laurence E. Lynn. University of Texas Press. 2015. x + 481pp. $29.95/£20.99.
PATRICK ANDELIC, vol. 102 (349): 173-175
In Spies We Trust: The Story of Western Intelligence. By Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones. Oxford University Press. 2013, 2015. xvi + 297pp. £12.99.
JOHN MORELLO, vol. 102 (349): 175-177

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