Bibliographic update April 2014: All

American Nineteenth Century History

Race for Citizenship: Black Orientalism and Asian Uplift from Pre-Emancipation to Neoliberal America
vol. 15 (1): 113-115
Books Reviewed
vol. 15 (1): 116-116
British Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century American History: A Special Conference of the Association of British American Nineteenth Century Historians (BrANCH)
vol. 15 (1): 117-117

Architectural Heritage

Robert Burns, Antiquarianism and Alloway Kirk: The Perception and Reception of Literary Place-making and the ‘Historic’ Monument
vol. 24 (1): 1-20
Burns and the British Empire: Viewing a Scottish Monument from an Imperial Perspective
vol. 24 (1): 21-39
Early Planning at Abbotsford, 1811–12: Walter Scott, William Stark and the Cottage that Never Was
vol. 24 (1): 41-65
The Architectural Legacy of the Scots in the Western District of Victoria, Australia
vol. 24 (1): 67-85
The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson
vol. 24 (1): 87-102
‘A Prodigious Number of Little Cells’ – Cleitean and the St Kilda World Heritage Site
vol. 24 (1): 103-118
YASUFUMI NAKAMORI, Katsura – Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture: Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2010, ISBN-10: 0300163339, £35
vol. 24 (1): 119-122
TOMÁS Ó CARRIGÁIN, Churches in Early Medieval Ireland: Architecture, Ritual and Memory, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2010, ISBN: 9780300154443, £40
vol. 24 (1): 123-125
Architectural Accessions to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland 2012
vol. 24 (1): 127-132

Archives of Natural History

Charles Francis Adams: diary of a young American taxidermist visiting New Zealand, 1884–1887
vol. 41 (1): 1-16
Return to sender: Hydrozoa collected by Emperor Hirohito of Japan in the 1930s and studied in Brussels
vol. 41 (1): 17-24
The Royal Horticultural Society's 1864 botanical competition
vol. 41 (1): 25-44
Popularizing marine natural history in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain
vol. 41 (1): 45-62
Natural history “collectors”: exploring the ambiguities
vol. 41 (1): 63-74
The first egg of Jerdon's courser Rhinoptilus bitorquatus and a review of the early records of this species
vol. 41 (1): 75-93
The entomologist David Sharp and his unwitting benefactor William Bontine
vol. 41 (1): 94-99
Describing plants in a new mode: the introduction of dichotomies into sixteenth-century botanical literature
vol. 41 (1): 100-112
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