Bibliographic update April 2018: All

Past and Present

A Counter-Revolutionary State: Popular Movements and the Making of Saudi Arabia*
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Law and Violence in Eleventh-Century France*
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Rabbits, whigs and hunters: women and protest in mary toft’s monstrous births of 1726*
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Indentured Labour Migration and the Meaning of Emancipation: Free Trade, Race, and Labour in British Public Debate, 1838–1860*
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Cinderella of the Breton Polders: Suffering and Escape in the Notebooks of a Young, Female Farm-Servant in the 1880s*
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An Unmistakable Trace of Colour: Racializing Children in Segregation-Era Cape Town, 1908–1933*
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Rethinking Metrology, Nationalism and Development in India, 1833–1956
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The Power of Ancestors: Tombs and Death Practices in Late Qing China’s Foreign Relations, 1845–1914*
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A Grammar of Conquest: The Spanish and Arabic Reorganization of Granada After 1492*
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Europeanist Trends and Islamicate Trajectories in Early Modern Ottoman History*
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Rethinking Metrology, Nationalism and Development in India, 1833–1956*
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International Adoption and Anglo-American Internationalism, c.1918–1925*
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Planning Peace: The European Roots of the Post-War Global Development Challenge*
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Corrigendum
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Diets, Hunger and Living Standards During the British Industrial Revolution*
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‘Voyage Iron’: An Atlantic Slave Trade Currency, its European Origins, and West African Impact*
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Space, Place and Scale: Human Geography and Spatial History in Past and Present*
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Slavery and Anti-Slavery in the Atlantic World
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Native to the Past: History, Anthropology, and Folklore in Past and Present
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Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice

History doesn’t work: reflections on Martin L. Davies’ critique of historicized life
vol. 22 (1): 126-136
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