Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Cultural History

The Violent Art: Caricatures of Conflict in Germany
Mark Hewitson, vol. 6 (1): 57-79
Framing Violence, Framing Victims: Picasso's Forgotten Painting of the Korean War
Judith Keene, vol. 6 (1): 80-101
Comics, Cultural History, and the World Wars
Eleftheria Rania Kosmidou, vol. 6 (1): 102-107
Giorgio Agamben, Stasis: Civil War as a Political Paradigm
Alexander Thom, vol. 6 (1): 108-110
Richard Bessel, Violence: A Modern Obsession
Richard Overy, vol. 6 (1): 110-112
Steven Mullaney, The Reformation of Emotions in the Age of Shakespeare
Toria Johnson, vol. 6 (1): 112-114
Trudi Tate and Kate Kennedy (eds), The Silent Morning: Culture and Memory after the Armistice
Jay Winter, vol. 6 (1): 114-116
Nicholas Terpstra, Religious Refugees in the Early Modern World: An Alternative History of the Reformation
Liesbeth Corens, vol. 6 (1): 116-118

Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust

The Memory of the Archive: The International Tracing Service and the Construction of the Past as History
Dan Stone, vol. 31 (2): 69-88
‘A Shower of Hail to All Orchards’: On the Consumerist Interpretation of National Socialism
Ishay Landa, vol. 31 (2): 89-110
‘A Shower of Hail to All Orchards’: On the Consumerist Interpretation of National Socialism
Ishay Landa, vol. 31 (2): 89-110
The Memory of the Archive: The International Tracing Service and the Construction of the Past as History
Dan Stone, vol. 31 (2): 69-88

Early Medieval Europe

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vol. 25 (3): 249-250
Malaria and malaria-like disease in the early Middle Ages
Timothy P. Newfield, vol. 25 (3): 251-300
Hwaetberht, Sicgfrith and the reforming of Wearmouth and Jarrow
Conor O'Brien, vol. 25 (3): 301-319
In the words of the apostle: Pauline apostolic discourse in the letters of Boniface and his circle
Shannon Godlove, vol. 25 (3): 320-358
Between borders: Franks, Danes, and Abodrites in the trans-Elben world up to 827
Daniel Melleno, vol. 25 (3): 359-385
Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia. Edited by Michael D.J. Bintley and Thomas J.T. Williams. Anglo-Saxon Studies 29. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2015. xii + 295pp. £60. ISBN 9781783270088.
Jennifer Farrell, vol. 25 (3): 388-391
Queens – Consorts – Concubines: Gregory of Tours and the Women of the Merovingian Elite. By Erin T. Dailey. Leiden and Boston: Brill. 2015. xiv + 202 pp. €99. ISBN 978 90 04 29089 1.
Yaniv Fox, vol. 25 (3): 393-395
Diverging Paths? The Shapes of Power and Institutions in Medieval Christendom and Islam. Edited by John Hudson and Ana Rodríguez. The Medieval Mediterranean 101. Leiden-Boston: Brill. 2014. vii + 435 pp. $210, €172. ISBN 9789004277366. ISSN 0928 5520.
Cecilia Palombo, vol. 25 (3): 395-399
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