Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Cultural History

Touchy-Feely History: The ‘Stuff’ of American Culture
vol. 4 (1): 4-18
Touch and Go Records and the Rise of Hardcore Punk in Late Twentieth-Century Detroit
vol. 4 (1): 19-41
Sammy Davis, Jr: Public Image and Politics
vol. 4 (1): 42-63
History is What Hurts: Queer Feelings, Alien Temporalities in the Work of Gloria Anzaldúa
vol. 4 (1): 64-86
On Writing the History of the Body in Pain
vol. 4 (1): 87-106
Robert B. Horwitz, America's Right: Anti-establishment Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party (Cambridge: Polity, 2013).
vol. 4 (1): 107-108
Antonio Cornejo Polar, Writing in the Air: Heterogeneity and the Persistence of Oral Tradition in Andean Literatures, Lynda J. Jentsch (transl.) (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2013).
vol. 4 (1): 109-110
Jonathan M. Zeitlin, Jews: The Making of a Diaspora People (Cambridge: Polity, 2012).
vol. 4 (1): 110-112

Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

Nationalities, Histories, Rhetorics: Real/Reel Representations of the Holocaust and Holocaust Trials and a Poethics of Film and Law
Caroline Joan S. Picart, vol. 29 (2): 114-133
Personal Action as Collectivist Reconciliation: Children of ‘Aryan’ Citizens of Nazi Germany Living in Israel
Eli Somer, vol. 29 (2): 81-100
Portugal, Jewish Refugees, and the Holocaust
Irene Flunser Pimentel, vol. 29 (2): 101-113

Dress: The Journal of the Costume Society of America

Welcome to Vol 41, No. 1
vol. 41 (1): 0-0
The Re-Birth of Venus
Anne Bissonnette, vol. 41 (1): 1-20
Fashions from Commodity Bags—Case Study of a Rural Seamstress in the Mid-Twentieth Century
Jennifer Banning, vol. 41 (1): 21-35
Animating the Body in Museum Exhibitions of Fashion and Dress
Ingrid Mida, vol. 41 (1): 37-51
The Future of Dress Scholarship: Sartorial Autobiographies and the Social History of Clothing
Pravina Shukla, vol. 41 (1): 53-68
Obituary: Jeffrey Allen Butterworth
vol. 41 (1): 69-69
vol. 41 (1): 70-80

Early Medieval Europe

The Carolingian afterlife of the Damasan inscriptions
Maya Maskarinec, vol. 23 (2): 129-160
Viking stranger-kings: the foreign as a source of power in Viking Age Scandinavia, or, why there was a peacock in the Gokstad ship burial?
Andres Siegfried Dobat, vol. 23 (2): 161-201
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