Bibliographic update April 2015: All


Images of Kingship: Charles I, Accession Sermons, and the Theory of Divine Right
Elena Kiryanova, vol. 100 (339): 21-39
Abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow. Edited and translated by Christopher Grocock and I. N. Wood. Oxford Medieval Texts. Oxford University Press. 2013. cxx + 214pp. £95.00.
Thomas Pickles, vol. 100 (339): 109-110
How Fighting Ends: A History of Surrender. Edited by Holger Afflerbach and Hew Strachan. Oxford University Press. 2012. xx + 473pp. £70.00.
Sean McGlynn, vol. 100 (339): 107-108
Parallel Histories: Muslims and Jews in Inquisitorial Spain. By James S. Amelang. Louisiana State University Press. 2013. xi + 207pp. $25.95.
Trevor J. Dadson, vol. 100 (339): 126-128
York: The Making of a City 1068–1350. By Sarah Rees-Jones. Oxford University Press. 2013. xxxii + 373pp. £75.00. Medieval York 600–1540. By D. M. Palliser. Oxford University Press. 2014. xxii + 332pp. £45.00.
Paul Oldfield, vol. 100 (339): 110-112

History and Technology

Projects as a focus for historical analysis: surveying the landscape
vol. 30 (4): 354-373
Practicing oeconomy during the second half of the long eighteenth century: an introduction
vol. 30 (3): 133-148
Making oeconomic people: The Spanish Magazine of Agriculture and Arts for Parish Rectors (1797–1808)
vol. 30 (3): 149-176
Ashes to ashes: the stewardship of waste and oeconomic cycles of agricultural and industrial improvement, 1750–1800
vol. 30 (3): 177-206
Policing the oeconomy of nature: The oiseau martin as an instrument of oeconomic management in the eighteenth-century French maritime world
vol. 30 (3): 207-231
Butterfield’s nightmare: the history of science as Disney history
vol. 30 (3): 232-251
Adelheid Voskuhl’s Androids in the Enlightenment: Mechanics, Artisans, and Cultures of the Self
vol. 30 (3): 252-254
Entangled in questions of cultural analysis
vol. 30 (3): 255-260
Designed women: gender and the problem of female automata
vol. 30 (3): 261-268
Museums, objects, and historical meaning
vol. 30 (3): 269-274
Self-knowledge in the history of technology: industrialism, cultural analysis and desire
vol. 30 (3): 275-279
Adelheid Voskuhl’s Androids in the Enlightenment: Mechanics, Artisans, and Cultures of the Self
Defiance to compliance: Visions of the computer in postwar Britain
Standardizing the state while integrating the frontier: the Chilean telegraph system in the Araucanía, 1870–1900
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