Bibliographic update April 2015: All

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The bride in red: morality and private relationships in the Italian revolutionary Left – the case of the Maoist group Servire il popolo
vol. 22 (1): 101-119
‘A politically non-dangerous revolution is not a revolution’: critical readings of the concept of sexual revolution by Yugoslav feminists in the 1970s
vol. 22 (1): 120-137
The spectacle of the hunger-stricken body: a German–Italian terrorist, Swiss prisons and the (ir)rational body politic
vol. 22 (1): 138-160
Disciplining gender and (homo)sexuality in state-socialist Hungary in the 1970s
vol. 22 (1): 161-175
‘Let's get laid because it's the end of the world!’: sexuality, gender and the Spanish Left in late Francoism and the Transición
vol. 22 (1): 176-198
In the lure of Geistesgeschichte: the theme of decline in Hungarian historiography and historical thinking in the first half of the twentieth century
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An emerging anti-reform green front? Farm interest groups fighting the ‘Agriculture 1980’ project, 1968–72
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An emerging anti-reform green front? Farm interest groups fighting the ‘Agriculture 1980’ project, 1968–72
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In the lure of Geistesgeschichte: the theme of decline in Hungarian historiography and historical thinking in the first half of the twentieth century
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‘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
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Exemplaria

Beyond Nostalgia: Formula and Novelty in Old English Literature
Manish Sharma, vol. 26 (4): 303-327
Wolves’ Heads and Wolves’ Tales: Women and Exile in Bisclavret and Wulf and Eadwacer
Victoria Blud, vol. 26 (4): 328-346
The Phenomenology of Attention in Julian of Norwich’s A Revelation of Love
Michael Raby, vol. 26 (4): 347-367
“Sad Experiment” in Paradise Lost: Epic Knowledge and Evental Poetics
Debapriya Sarkar, vol. 26 (4): 368-388
Multilingualism and Translation in the Mediterranean
Zrinka Stahuljak, vol. 26 (4): 389-400

Family & Community History

Editorial
Steve King, vol. 17 (2): 85-85
HOW DID THE POOR COPE WITH ILLNESS: PERSPECTIVES FROM EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY OXFORD
Richard Dyson, vol. 17 (2): 86-100
‘A STUBBORN, INTRACTABLE BODY’: RESISTANCE TO THE WORKHOUSE IN WALES, 1834–1877
Megan Evans, vol. 17 (2): 101-121
THE MEDICALISATION OF A PARISH WORKHOUSE IN GEORGIAN WESTMINSTER: ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS, 1725–1824
J. Boulton, vol. 17 (2): 122-140
Society News
vol. 17 (2): 141-143
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