Bibliographic update April 2016: All

CHINOPERL: Journal of Chinese Oral and Performing Literature

Entertaining Deities and Humans with Performances of Puju (Puzhou Opera) at a Temple Fair in Yangxie Village, Southwestern Shanxi, May 29–June 2, 2013
Ziying You, vol. 34 (2): 139-161
A Report on the 2014 UNIMA (Union Internationale de la Marionette) Conference, Nanchong, Sichuan, China
Mary E. Hirsch, vol. 34 (2): 162-165
A Report on the 2014 CHIME Workshop “Storysinging and Storytelling in China”
Rüdiger Breuer, vol. 34 (2): 166-168
A Report on the International Conference on Chinese Baojuan (Precious Scrolls), Yangzhou, China, 2014
Rostislav Berezkin, vol. 34 (2): 169-173
Shadow Woman: The Extraordinary Career of Pauline Benton
Jennifer W. Jay, vol. 34 (2): 174-176
Uncle Ng Comes to America: Chinese Narrative Songs of Immigration and Love
Chuen-Fung Wong, vol. 34 (2): 176-178
Performance Review: Nanguan Meets Modern Chinese Poetry: Wang Xinxin's Nanguan shiyi (Nanguan/Poetic meaning) Taiwan Tour, May 2015
Josh Stenberg, vol. 34 (2): 179-181
Recent Chronologically Organized Reference Books Concerning Chinese Indigenous Theater (Xiqu)
David L. Rolston, vol. 34 (2): 185-187
Recent Color Reproductions of Qing Dynasty Palace Multi-Colored Play Scripts
David L. Rolston, vol. 34 (2): 188-193

Cold War History

Plausibly deniable: mercenaries in US covert interventions during the Cold War, 1964–1987
vol. 16 (1): 37-60
The post-Stalin Komsomol and the Soviet fight for Third World youth
vol. 16 (1): 83-100
‘A great list of potential mistakes’: NATO, Africa, and British efforts to limit the Global Cold War
vol. 16 (1): 19-36
Nelson Mandela, the South African Communist Party and the origins of Umkhonto we Sizwe
vol. 16 (1): 1-18
Past, present, and future: the role of the Cold War in legitimising Danish foreign policy activism
vol. 16 (1): 101-120
‘I think we cannot refuse the order’: Britain, America, nuclear non-proliferation, and the Indian Jaguar deal, 1974–1978
vol. 16 (1): 61-81
Books Received
vol. 16 (1): 121-124
Group Review: From Sideshow to Centre Stage: The Middle East in the Middle Cold War
vol. 15 (4): 579-586
America’s Great Game: The CIA’s Secret Arabists and the Shaping of the Modern Middle East, Nixon, Kissinger, and the Shah: The United States and Iran in the Cold War
vol. 15 (4): 586-589
Introduction
vol. 15 (3): 273-276
‘Bitterness towards Egypt’ – the Moroccan nationalist movement, revolutionary Cairo and the limits of anti-colonial solidarity
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