Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Historical Research

‘Now the mask is taken off’: Jacobitism and colonial New England, 1702–27
David Parrish, ONLINE EARLY
Religion, politics and patronage in the late Hanoverian navy, c.1780–c.1820
Gareth Atkins, ONLINE EARLY
Through French eyes: Victorian cities in the eighteen-forties viewed by Léon Faucher
Philip Morey, ONLINE EARLY
An unrealized cult? Hagiography and Norman ducal genealogy in twelfth-century England
Ilya Afanasyev, ONLINE EARLY
Liberal Unionism and political representation in Wales, c.1886–1893
Naomi Lloyd-Jones, ONLINE EARLY
Local initiative, central oversight, provincial perspective: governing police forces in nineteenth-century Leeds
David Churchill, ONLINE EARLY
The seditious murder of Thomas of Sibthorpe and the Great Statute of Treasons, 1351–2
David Crook, ONLINE EARLY
‘Such nonsense that it cannot be true’: the Jacobite reaction to George Lockhart of Carnwath's Memoirs Concerning the Affairs of Scotland
Daniel Szechi, ONLINE EARLY
Royal and non-royal forests and chases in England and Wales
John Langton, ONLINE EARLY
Ballot papers and the practice of elections: Britain, France and the United States of America, c.1500–2000
Malcolm Crook, Tom Crook, ONLINE EARLY

History

Notes on Contributors
vol. 100 (340): 0-0
Intelligence Studies: The British Invasion
Richard H. Immerman, vol. 100 (340): 163-166
The Burgeoning Fissures of Dissent: Allen Dulles and the Selling of the CIA in the Aftermath of the Bay of Pigs
Simon Willmetts, vol. 100 (340): 167-188
American Journalism and the Landscape of Secrecy: Tad Szulc, the CIA and Cuba
Richard J. Aldrich, vol. 100 (340): 189-209
The ‘Incredible Wrongness’ of Nikita Khrushchev: The CIA and the Cuban Missile Crisis
Len Scott, vol. 100 (340): 210-228
Journalism, Intelligence and the New York Times: Cyrus L. Sulzberger, Harrison E. Salisbury and the CIA
Matthew Jones, vol. 100 (340): 229-250
Turning Against the CIA: Whistleblowers During the ‘Time of Troubles’
Christopher Moran, vol. 100 (340): 251-274
‘Do We Still Need the CIA?’ Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Central Intelligence Agency and US Foreign Policy
Paul McGarr, vol. 100 (340): 275-292
The Housewife, the Vigilante and the Cigarette-Smoking Man: The CIA and Television, 1975–2001
Trevor McCrisken, vol. 100 (340): 293-310
Through a Glass, Darkly: The CIA and Oral History
Andrew Hammond, vol. 100 (340): 311-326
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