Bibliographic update January 2016: All

Early Medieval China

There's No Place Like Home: Xie Lingyun's Representation of His Estate in “Rhapsody on Dwelling in the Mountains”
Wendy Swartz, vol. 2015 (21): 21-37
Mapping Gender and Poetic Role in Early Medieval Poetry
Qiulei Hu, vol. 2015 (21): 38-62
Literary Controversy at the Liang Court Revisited
Nicholas Morrow Williams, vol. 2015 (21): 63-92
Richard B. Mather, vol. 2015 (21): 93-93

Early Medieval Europe

Debating kinship in the early Middle Ages
Cristina La Rocca, vol. 23 (4): 383-384
Buried together, buried alone: Christian commemoration and kinship in the early Middle Ages
Irene Barbiera, vol. 23 (4): 385-409
Foreign dangers: activities, responsibilities and the problem of women abroad
Cristina La Rocca, vol. 23 (4): 410-435
Contextualizing marriage: conjugality and Christian life in Jonas of Orléans' De institutione laicali
Francesco Veronese, vol. 23 (4): 436-456
Incestuous marriages in late Carolingian Ravenna: the causa Deusdedit (878–81)
Maddalena Betti, vol. 23 (4): 457-477
Bonsai of the consanguinities: cultivation and control of incest regulation in the works of Bonizo of Sutri
William L. North, vol. 23 (4): 478-499
Index of reviews for Volume 23
vol. 23 (4): 500-501

East European Jewish Affairs

Reportage: The Bukharan-Jewish Museum in Samarkand: memory preservation of a rapidly-diminishing community
Zeev Levin, vol. 45 (2-3): 305-311
Inside the Museum: Torahs, Tanks, and Tech: Moscow's Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center
Benjamin Nathans, vol. 45 (2-3): 190-199
Reportage: Romania and its Jewish museums
Dan-Ionuţ Julean, vol. 45 (2-3): 279-289
Inside the Museum: Galicia Jewish Museum: Re-defining the role of the Jewish museum in a post-communist Poland
Jakub Nowakowski, vol. 45 (2-3): 302-304
Why Jewish Museums?
David Shneer, vol. 45 (2-3): 151-152
New Jewish museums in post-communist Europe
Olga Gershenson, vol. 45 (2-3): 153-157
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow: Judaism for the masses
Olga Gershenson, vol. 45 (2-3): 158-173
The shtetl in the museum: representing Jews in the eras of Stalin and Putin
Deborah Yalen, vol. 45 (2-3): 174-189
The Square of Polish Innocence: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw and its symbolic topography
Elżbieta Janicka, vol. 45 (2-3): 200-214
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