Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Al Masaq Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean

The Jalayirids: Dynastic State Formation in the Mongol Middle East
Harry Munt, ONLINE EARLY
Conquerors, Brides and Concubines: Interfaith Relations and Social Power in Medieval Iberia
Ann Chamberlin, ONLINE EARLY
Islam and Christianity in Medieval Anatolia
Jason T. Roche, ONLINE EARLY
Zayd
Ann Chamberlin, ONLINE EARLY
Rule through courts: The political meanings of the settlement of disputes in Castile and Álava (ca. 900–1038)
Igor Santos Salazar, ONLINE EARLY
Negotiating Fines in the Early Middle Ages: Local Communities, Mediators and the Instrumentalization of Justice in the Kingdom of León
Fernando Luis Corral, ONLINE EARLY

American Communist History

“Dissent on the Jewish Left”: a symposium
vol. 15 (3): 261-261
Kulturkamph on the American Jewish Left: progressive artists react to events in the 1920s and 1930s
vol. 15 (3): 263-281
The Abramovitch Campaign and What It Tells Us about American Communism
vol. 15 (3): 283-291
Executed Bundists, Soviet Delegates and the Wartime Jewish Popular Front in New York
vol. 15 (3): 293-332
Alfred Kazin and the FBI
vol. 15 (3): 333-347
The Supreme Court and McCarthy-era repression: one hundred decisions
vol. 15 (3): 349-351
Revolution with a Human Face: Politics, Culture, and Community in Czechoslovakia, 1989–1992
vol. 15 (3): 351-353
Innocent Weapons: The Soviet and American Politics of Childhood in the Cold War
vol. 15 (3): 353-356
The Voyage of the Shilka: The Bolshevik Revolution Comes To Seattle, 1917
ONLINE EARLY

American Nineteenth Century History

“(S)he Conquers Who Endures”: Theodora DeWolf Colt and the Birth of a New Cultural Elite
vol. 18 (1): 63-85
The Limits of Mastery: Slaveholders, Slaves, and Baptist Church Discipline
vol. 18 (1): 1-18
The Limits of Mastery: Slaveholders, Slaves, and Baptist Church Discipline
vol. 18 (1): 1-18
“(S)he Conquers Who Endures”: Theodora DeWolf Colt and the Birth of a New Cultural Elite
vol. 18 (1): 63-85
Séances in the City: The “Operational Aesthetic” and “Modern Spiritualism” in the Popular Culture of New York City, 1865–1870
vol. 18 (1): 45-62
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