Bibliographic update January 2018: All

History

The Conspiracy of Free Trade: The Anglo-American Struggle over Empire and Economic Globalisation, 1846–1896. By Marc William Palen. Cambridge University Press. 2016. xxxviii + 295pp. £64.99.
ANTHONY HOWE, vol. 102 (352): 710-711
Is Spain Different? A Comparative Look at the 19th and 20th Centuries. Edited by Nigel Townson. Sussex Academic Press. 2015. viii + 189pp. £49.95.
MARK LAWRENCE, vol. 102 (352): 711-712
Stiff Upper Lip: Secrets, Crimes and the Schooling of a Ruling Class. By Alex Renton. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 2017. xvi + 398pp. £16.99.
ANTHONY FLETCHER, vol. 102 (352): 712-714
The Month that Changed the World: July 1914 and WWI. By Gordon Martel. Oxford University Press. 2014. xxiii + 484pp. £22.99.
ALISON JAY, vol. 102 (352): 714-716
A Vision of Europe: Franco-German Relations during the Great Depression, 1929–1932. By Conan Fischer. Oxford University Press. 2017. xii + 206pp. £60.00.
COLIN STORER, vol. 102 (352): 716-718
Scorched Earth: Stalin's Reign of Terror. By Jörg Baberowski, translated by Steven Gilbert, Ivo Komljen and Samantha Jeanne Taber. Yale University Press. 2016. x + 500pp. £25.00.
JAMES HARRIS, vol. 102 (352): 718-720
Democratization of Intelligence. Edited by Peter Gill and Michael M. Andregg. Routledge. 2015. x + 155pp. $160.00.
RYAN SHAFFER, vol. 102 (352): 720-721
Colonial America and the Earl of Halifax, 1748–1761. By Andrew D. M. Beaumont. Oxford University Press. 2014. ix + 248pp. £60.00.
BEN MARSH, vol. 102 (352): 722-723
1777: Tipping Point at Saratoga. By Dean Snow. Oxford University Press. 2016. xii + 440pp. £22.99.
JACK TRACEY, vol. 102 (352): 723-725
Embracing Dissent: Political Violence and Party Development in the United States. By Jeffrey S. Selinger. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2016. 264pp. £36.00.
MARK R. CHEATHEM, vol. 102 (352): 725-726
Irish Nationalists in America: The Politics of Exile, 1798–1998. By David Brundage. Oxford University Press. 2016. viii + 288pp. £22.99.
ÚNA NÍ BHROIMÉIL, vol. 102 (352): 726-728
The Religion of Democracy: Seven Liberals and the American Moral Tradition. By Amy Kittelstrom. Penguin. 2016. xx + 432pp. $20.00.
MARA SANKEY, vol. 102 (352): 728-729
The Transnational Significance of the American Civil War. Edited by Jörg Nagler, Don H. Doyle and Marcus Gräser. Palgrave Macmillan. 2016. xiii + 253 pp. £66.99.
MICHAEL J. TURNER, vol. 102 (352): 729-731
A Refugee from his Race: Albion W. Tourgée and his Fight against White Supremacy. By Carolyn L. Karcher. University of North Carolina Press. 2016. xviii + 444pp. $34.95.
ROBERT COOK, vol. 102 (352): 731-733
His Father's Son: The Life of General Ted Roosevelt, Jr. By Tim Brady. New American Library. Penguin. 2017. viii + 342pp. £21.98.
MICHAEL CULLINANE, vol. 102 (352): 733-734
The Good Occupation: American Soldiers and the Hazards of Peace. By Susan L. Carruthers. Harvard University Press. 2016. 286pp. £22.95.
DAVID FITZGERALD, vol. 102 (352): 734-736
Liking Ike: Eisenhower, Advertising, and the Rise of Celebrity Politics. By David Haven Blake. Oxford University Press. 2016. xiv + 281pp. £22.99.
ANNE MØRK, vol. 102 (352): 736-737

History and Technology

The technodiplomacy of Iberian transnational railways in the second half of the nineteenth century
vol. 33 (2): 175-195
Technological parables and iconic illustrations: American technocracy and the rhetoric of the technological fix
vol. 33 (2): 196-219
Small nation, big ships winter navigation and technological nationalism in a peripheral country, 1878–1978
vol. 33 (2): 220-248
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