Bibliographic update October 2017: All

English Historical Review

Humanitarian Imperialism: The Politics of Anti-Slavery Activism, 1880–1940, by Amalia Ribi Forclaz
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European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The birth of the English kitchen, 1600–1850
vol. 24 (6): 1007-1008
What is history for? Johann Gustav Droysen and the functions of historiography
vol. 24 (6): 1008-1010
The birth of the English kitchen, 1600–1850
vol. 24 (6): 1007-1008
What is history for? Johann Gustav Droysen and the functions of historiography
vol. 24 (6): 1008-1010
The beguines of medieval Paris: Gender, patronage, and spiritual authority
vol. 24 (6): 1014-1016
The beguines of medieval Paris: Gender, patronage, and spiritual authority
vol. 24 (6): 1014-1016
Transformations of populism in Europe and the Americas: history and recent tendencies
vol. 24 (6): 1013-1014
Transformations of populism in Europe and the Americas: history and recent tendencies
vol. 24 (6): 1013-1014
50 ans d’affacturage en France: Des pionniers et leaders aux groupes bancaires (1964–2016)
vol. 24 (6): 1010-1011
Friendship and sociability in premodern Europe: contexts, concepts, and expressions
vol. 24 (6): 1016-1017
Daughters of the trade: Atlantic slavers and interracial marriage on the Gold Coast
vol. 24 (6): 1011-1012
Daughters of the trade: Atlantic slavers and interracial marriage on the Gold Coast
vol. 24 (6): 1011-1012
50 ans d’affacturage en France: Des pionniers et leaders aux groupes bancaires (1964–2016)
vol. 24 (6): 1010-1011
Friendship and sociability in premodern Europe: contexts, concepts, and expressions
vol. 24 (6): 1016-1017
Introduction: writing the contemporary history of European solidarity
vol. 24 (6): 837-853
European solidarity: a semantic history
vol. 24 (6): 854-873
Notions of solidarity and integration in times of war: the idea of Europe, 1914–18
vol. 24 (6): 874-888
International law and ‘humanity’ in the making and unmaking of European solidarity, 1830–1915
vol. 24 (6): 889-904
Show solidarity, live solitarily: the Nazi ‘New Europe’ as a ‘family of peoples’
vol. 24 (6): 905-917
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