Bibliographic update July 2016: All

European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire

The business relations, identities and political resources of Italian merchants in the early-modern Spanish monarchy: some introductory remarks
vol. 23 (3): 335-346
Small but powerful: networking strategies and the trade business of Habsburg-Italian merchants in Cadiz in the second half of the eighteenth century
vol. 23 (3): 427-455
The making of politics and trained intelligence in the Near East: Robert College of Istanbul
vol. 23 (3): 554-571
Looking through the mirrors: materiality and intimacy at Domenico Grillo’s mansion in Baroque Madrid
vol. 23 (3): 400-426
Tuscan merchants in Andalusia: a historiographical debate
vol. 23 (3): 347-366
A Genoese merchant and banker in the Kingdom of Naples: Ottavio Serra and his business network in the Spanish polycentric system, c.1590–1620
vol. 23 (3): 367-399
The Habsburgs: dynasty, culture and politics
vol. 23 (1-2): 229-230
The Church of Greece under Axis occupation
vol. 23 (1-2): 239-240
Erotic exchanges: the world of elite prostitution in eighteenth-century Paris
vol. 23 (1-2): 241-242
Haskalah. The Romantic movement in Judaism
vol. 23 (1-2): 225-226
The left side of history: World War II and the unfulfilled promise of communism in Eastern Europe
vol. 23 (1-2): 227-228
Franco. A personal and political biography
vol. 23 (1-2): 230-232
Non-violence and the French Revolution. Political demonstrations in Paris, 1787–1795
vol. 23 (1-2): 233-234
The Politics of Wounds: military patients and medical power in the First World War
vol. 23 (1-2): 234-236
NGOs. A new history of transnational civil society
vol. 23 (1-2): 236-239
A short history of the Italian Renaissance
vol. 23 (1-2): 242-244
Napoleon in Italy: the sieges of Mantua, 1796–1799
vol. 23 (1-2): 244-245
The global revolution. A history of international communism, 1917–1991
vol. 23 (1-2): 248-249
Empire by Collaboration. Indians, Colonists, and Governments in Colonial Illinois Country
vol. 23 (1-2): 271-272
Defence Intelligence and the Cold War: Britain’s Joint Intelligence Bureau 1945-1964
vol. 23 (1-2): 272-273
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