Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Contemporary British History

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Conflicting Jurisdictions: The Struggle of the Jews in the Displaced Persons Camps for Legal Autonomy
Rivka Brot, vol. 31 (3): 171-199
In Search of the ‘Whole Man’: Soul-Man-World in the National Socialist Weltanschauung
Amit Varshizky, vol. 31 (3): 200-226
‘Secure in the Two-Dimensional World’: The Filmbühne and Jewish Audiences in the Third Reich, 1938–1941
Leah Hansen Rauch, vol. 31 (3): 227-242
Fear and Terror: The Expulsion of Polish Jews from Saxony/Germany in October 1938
Uta Larkey, vol. 31 (3): 243-260
Scholars' Forum: Holocaust Historiography in Eastern Europe (Part II)
Kiril Feferman, vol. 31 (3): 261-261
Free of Controversy? Recent Research on the Holocaust in the Bohemian Lands
Michal Frankl, vol. 31 (3): 262-270
Studying the Holocaust in Estonia: Has the Topic Been Exhausted?
Anton Weiss-Wendt, vol. 31 (3): 271-275
Holocaust Historiography in Latvia: The Road Toward Research Infrastructure
Didzis Bērziņš, vol. 31 (3): 276-284
The Extraordinary Recent History of Holocaust Studies in Lithuania
Dovid Katz, vol. 31 (3): 285-295
‘At the Crossroads’: Jedwabne and Polish Historiography of the Holocaust
Joanna Beata Michlic, vol. 31 (3): 296-306
From Source Collections to Peer-Reviewed Journals: Romanians Write the Holocaust
Roland Clark, vol. 31 (3): 307-312
Ukrainian Historiography of the Holocaust through the Prism of Modern Discourse on Collaboration on the Territory of Ukraine
Yuri Radchenko, vol. 31 (3): 313-321

Early Medieval Europe

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vol. 25 (4): 415-416
Old English sǣte and the historical significance of ‘folk’ names
John Baker, vol. 25 (4): 417-442
Liturgy against apostasy: Marian commemoration and the Jews in Visigothic Iberia
Kati Ihnat, vol. 25 (4): 443-465
Early medieval slave-trading in the archaeological record: comparative methodologies
Janel M. Fontaine, vol. 25 (4): 466-488
Rewriting Merovingian history in the tenth century: Aimoin of Fleury's Gesta Francorum
Justin Lake, vol. 25 (4): 489-525
Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England. By Michael D.J. Bintley. Anglo-Saxon Studies 26. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2015. x + 194 pp. £50. ISBN 978 1 84383 989 7.
David Rollason, vol. 25 (4): 528-531
Charlemagne's Practice of Empire. By Jennifer R. Davis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. xviii + 531 pp. £99.99. ISBN 978 1 10707699 0.
Rachel Stone, vol. 25 (4): 531-533
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