Bibliographic update January 2016: All

History

Introduction
Alexandra Walsham, vol. 100 (342): 507-516
The Elizabethan Puritan Movement (1967)
Peter Lake, vol. 100 (342): 517-534
Archbishop Grindal 1519–1583: The Struggle for a Reformed Church (1979)
Kenneth Fincham, vol. 100 (342): 535-543
The Religion of Protestants: The Church in English Society, 1559-1625 (1982)
Alexandra Walsham, vol. 100 (342): 544-558
The Birthpangs of Protestant England: Religious and Cultural Change in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (1988)
Peter Marshall, vol. 100 (342): 559-572
The Reformation (2003); or, Religious Change in Early Modern Europe from a Safe Distance
Mark Greengrass, vol. 100 (342): 573-583
Richard Bancroft and Anti-Puritanism (2012)
John Morrill, vol. 100 (342): 584-598
The Essays of Patrick Collinson: Or, Politics with the Religion Put Back
Ethan H. Shagan, vol. 100 (342): 599-608
‘A mere historian’: Patrick Collinson and the Study of Literature
Paulina Kewes, vol. 100 (342): 609-625

History and Technology

Editor’s Note
vol. 31 (2): 83-83
Preparing for change: acid rain, climate change, and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), 1972–1990s
vol. 31 (2): 133-159
Inventing traditions: interests, parables and nostalgia in the history of nuclear energy
vol. 31 (2): 84-107
Virtual witnessing and space-age media: a case study of The Conquest of Space (1949)
vol. 31 (2): 160-170
A history of failed innovation: continuous cooking and the Soviet pulp industry, 1940s–1960s
vol. 31 (2): 108-132
Atomic structures: the architecture of nuclear nationalism in India and Pakistan
ONLINE EARLY
The Chinese developmental state during the Cold War: the making of the 1956 twelve-year science and technology plan
ONLINE EARLY
Profiling the profiloscope: facialization of race technologies and the rise of biometric nationalism in inter-war British India
ONLINE EARLY
‘Navigating sovereignty under a Cold War military industrial colonial complex: US military empire and Marshallese decolonization’
ONLINE EARLY
Nation, knowledge, and imagined futures
ONLINE EARLY
Technospatial imaginaries: Masud Rana and the vernacularization of popular Cold War geopolitics in East Pakistan, 1966–1971
ONLINE EARLY
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