Bibliographic update October 2017: All

French History

The Capetian Century, 1214–1314
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La Santé des dirigeants français: de François Ier à nos jours
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Seeking Imperialism’s Embrace: National Identity, Decolonization, and Assimilation in the French Caribbean
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The Hurdy-Gurdy in Eighteenth-Century France
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‘A Nation of Gamesters’: virtue, the will of the nation, and the National Lottery in the French Revolution
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“Et le roi prit tant plaisir à la musique”: Royal taste and music in the Renaissance—the case of Henri IV of France, 1589–1610
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Territory and the politics of identity in the Basque country during the French Revolution
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The libertine novel as an economic pamphlet: Mirabeau’s Ma conversion
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Gender and History

New Histories of Marriage and Politics in Africa
INSA NOLTE, vol. 29 (3): 742-748
BIOGRAPHIES
vol. 29 (3): 749-751
Afterword: Useful History
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, vol. 29 (3): 732-741
Lesbian and Gay Marriage and Romantic Adjustment in the 1950s and 1960s United States
Stephen Vider, vol. 29 (3): 693-715
‘No Rituals and Formalities!’ Free Love, Unregistered Marriage and Alimony in Early Soviet Law and Family Life
Lauren Kaminsky, vol. 29 (3): 716-731
Loving Like a Man: The Colourful Prophet, Conjugal Masculinity and the Politics of Hindu Sexology in Late Colonial India
Ishita Pande, vol. 29 (3): 675-692
Private Lives, Public Spheres: Contesting Child Marriage at the Age of Independence in British Malaya, 1950
Jialin Christina Wu, vol. 29 (3): 658-674
The Importance of Marrying ‘Straight’: Aboriginal Marriage and Mission Monogamy in Twentieth-century North Australia
Laura Rademaker, vol. 29 (3): 641-657
Marriage and the Construction of Colonial Order: Jurisdiction, Gender and Class in Seventeenth-century Dutch Batavia
Deborah Hamer, vol. 29 (3): 622-640
Between Sacrament, Sin and Crime: Mixed Marriages and the Roman Church in Early Modern Europe
Cecilia Cristellon, vol. 29 (3): 605-621
Customs in Common: Marriage, Law and the Making of Difference in Colonial Natal
Nafisa Essop Sheik, vol. 29 (3): 589-604
In Defence of Bigamy: Colonial Policy, Jewish Law and Gender in Venetian Crete
Rena N. Lauer, vol. 29 (3): 570-588
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