Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Al Masaq Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean

The Byzantine Turks: 1204–1461
Spyros P. Panagopoulos, vol. 29 (1): 95-97
The Power of Place: Rulers and Their Palaces, Landscapes, Cities and Holy Places
Paul Oldfield, ONLINE EARLY
Eternal Ravenna: From the Etruscans to the Venetians
T.S. Brown, ONLINE EARLY
Crusader Landscapes in the Medieval Levant: The Archaeology and History of the Latin East
Nicholas Morton, ONLINE EARLY
Mechanisms of Exchange: Transmission in Medieval Art and Architecture of the Mediterranean, ca. 1000–1500
Johan MacKechnie, ONLINE EARLY
The Jalayirids: Dynastic State Formation in the Mongol Middle East
Harry Munt, 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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