Bibliographic update April 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


The Hopkins Touch. By David L. Roll. Oxford University Press. 2013. 481pp. $34.95.
Richard M. Wevill, vol. 100 (339): 159-161
The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Cultures in Early America. By Linford D. Fisher. Oxford University Press. 2012. xii + 296pp. $34.95.
Kathryn N. Gray, vol. 100 (339): 158-159
Exploring Atlantic Transitions: Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence in New Found Lands. Edited by Peter E. Pope, with Shannon Lewis-Simpson. Boydell and Brewer. 2013. xix + 349pp. £30.00.
Catherine Armstrong, vol. 100 (339): 156-157
Modern Dublin: Urban Change and the Irish Past, 1957–1973. By Erika Hanna. Oxford University Press. 2013. x + 230pp. £60.00.
Shaun McDaid, vol. 100 (339): 153-155
Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan: A Very Political Special Relationship. By James Cooper. Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. ix + 261pp. £55.00.
Robert Crowcroft, vol. 100 (339): 155-156
The Ambiguity of Virtue: Gertrude van Tijn and the Fate of the Dutch Jews. By Bernard Wasserstein. Harvard University Press. 2014. 352pp. $29.95/£20.00/€25.00.
Ulrich Tiedau, vol. 100 (339): 151-153
Postcolonial Germany: Memories of Empire in a Decolonized Nation. By Britta Schilling. Oxford University Press. 2014. xiv + 258pp. £65.00.
Rachel O'Sullivan, vol. 100 (339): 150-151
Haig and Kitchener in Twentieth-Century Britain: Remembrance, Representation and Appropriation by Stephen Heathorn. Ashgate. 2013. 268pp. £70.00.
Joel Morley, vol. 100 (339): 147-149
Labour and the Caucus: Working-Class Radicalism and Organised Liberalism in England, 1868–1888. By James Owen. Liverpool University Press. 2014. viii + 256pp. £70.00.
Antony Taylor, vol. 100 (339): 145-147
British Naval Power in the East, 1794–1805: The Command of Admiral Peter Rainier. By Peter A. Ward. Boydell. 2013. xii + 285pp. £65.00.
Evan Wilson, vol. 100 (339): 142-143
Everyday Heroism: Victorian Constructions of the Heroic Civilian. By John Price. Bloomsbury. 2014. xii + 265. £65.00.
Hugh Cunningham, vol. 100 (339): 144-145
The American Experiment and the Idea of Democracy in British Culture, 1776–1914. Edited by Ella Dzelzainis and Ruth Livesey. Ashgate. 2013. xii + 242pp. £60.00.
James Owen, vol. 100 (339): 139-142
Revolutions from Grub Street: A History of Magazine Publishing in Britain. By Howard Cox and Simon Mowatt. Oxford University Press. 2014. xii + 263pp. £35.00.
David Clampin, vol. 100 (339): 138-139
The Whispers of Cities: Information Flows in Istanbul, London, and Paris in the Age of William Trumbull. By John-Paul Ghobrial. Oxford University Press. 2013. xxvi + 192pp. £60.00.
Phil McCluskey, vol. 100 (339): 135-137
Bride Ales and Penny Weddings: Recreations, Reciprocity, and Regions in Britain from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century. By R. A. Houston. Oxford University Press. 2014. xix + 239pp. £65.00.
Ralph Houlbrooke, vol. 100 (339): 134-135
Renaissance Humanism and Ethnicity before Race. By Ian Campbell. Manchester University Press. 2013. ix + 238pp. £70.00.
Nicholas Canny, vol. 100 (339): 132-133
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