Bibliographic update July 2015: All

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

Child migrants and deportees from Poland and Ukraine after the Second World War: experience and memory
vol. 22 (2): 292-309
‘Musicking’ children from the Bohemian lands: nurtured and hidden musical practices on both sides of the Iron Curtain
vol. 22 (2): 310-330
Les orphelins de la Shoah en France et en Belgique: sauvetage et reconstruction
vol. 22 (2): 331-347
Accepting Jewish roots for a pair of shoes: identity dilemmas of Jewish children in Poland during the Second World War and in the early post-war years
vol. 22 (2): 348-367
Child forced labour: an analysis of ego documents throughout time
vol. 22 (2): 368-388
‘And now imagine her or him as a slave, a pitiful slave with no rights’: child forced labourers in the culture of remembrance of the USSR and post-Soviet Ukraine
vol. 22 (2): 389-410

Exemplaria

Introduction: Genre as Form-of-Life
Ingrid Nelson, vol. 27 (1-2): 3-17
Reading for the End: Prescriptive Writing and the Practice of Genre
Jennifer Jahner, vol. 27 (1-2): 18-34
Mirror, Mirror: Princely Hermeneutics, Practical Constitutionalism, and the Genres of the English Fürstenspiegel
Matthew Giancarlo, vol. 27 (1-2): 35-54
The Proverb as Embedded Microgenre in Chaucer and The Dialogue of Solomon and Marcolf
Nancy Mason Bradbury, vol. 27 (1-2): 55-72
Compendious Genres: Higden, Trevisa, and the Medieval Encyclopedia
Emily Steiner, vol. 27 (1-2): 73-92
Towards a Material Allegory: Allegory and Urban Space in Hoccleve, Langland, and Gower
Ethan Knapp, vol. 27 (1-2): 93-109
Genus and Genre: The Old French Verse Roman d’Alexandre, Alexander and Dindimus, and MS Bodl. 264
Jane Gilbert, vol. 27 (1-2): 110-128
Dance in a Haunted Space: Genre, Form, and the Middle English Carol
Seeta Chaganti, vol. 27 (1-2): 129-149
Horrific Visions of the Host: A Meditation on Genre
Eleanor Johnson, vol. 27 (1-2): 150-166
Afterwords: Forms of Death
Ardis Butterfield, vol. 27 (1-2): 167-182

Family & Community History

Editorial
vol. 18 (1): 1-2
MEN OF YESTERDAY: LANCASTER POOR LAW UNION, 1870–1911
Neil Quinn, vol. 18 (1): 3-23
‘A CITY THAT WE SHALL NEVER FIND’? THE SEARCH FOR A COMMUNITY OF FELLOW PROGRESSIVE SPIRITS IN THE UK BETWEEN THE WARS
Lesley A. Hall, vol. 18 (1): 24-36
‘IF ONE MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IS DISABLED THE FAMILY AS A WHOLE IS DISABLED’: THALIDOMIDE CHILDREN AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE FAMILY CARER IN BRITAIN, C.1957–1978
Claire Sewell, vol. 18 (1): 37-52
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