Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Mediterranean Historical Review

The Edinburgh history of the Greeks, 1453 to 1768: the Ottoman Empire, by Molly Greene
vol. 32 (1): 120-122
The burdens of brotherhood: Jews and Muslims from North Africa to France, by Ethan B. Katz
vol. 32 (1): 123-125
Byzance et l’Europe: L’héritage historiographique d’Évelyne Patlagean. Actes du colloque international, Paris 21–22 Novembre 2011, edited by Claudine Delacroix-Besnier
vol. 32 (1): 125-128

Moreana

Front matter
vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): -
Editorial
Travis Curtright, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 0-0
More's Utopia : between and beyond Plato and Cicero
Walter Nicgorski, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 129-140
Taking Utopia seriously—and positively
Richard Strier, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 141-148
Fallen nature, Utopian institutions, and (radical) medieval Christian-Aristotelianism: a response to Walter Nicgorski and Richard Strier
William Junker, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 149-156
Utopia as a gift: More and Erasmus on the horns of a dilemma
David Harris Sacks, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 157-171
Politicizing Thomas More's Utopia in restoration England
Gregory D. Dodds, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 172-186
The Slovenian reception of Thomas More and his Utopia
Lilijana Žnidaršič Golec, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 187-203
Humanist Guillaume Budé’s artful rhetoric: responding in kind to Utopia
Andrea Frank, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 204-224
Raphael Hythloday and Lucian's Cynic
Joshua Avery, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 225-237
Thomas More's Last Things as a “warning before hell”
Marie-Claire Phélippeau, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 238-247
Review of recent studies of Utopia;  Karma Lochrie, Nowhere in the Middle Ages;  Joanne Paul, Thomas More;  Han van Ruler and Giulia Sissa, Utopia 1516–2016: More's Eccentric Essay and Its Activist Aftermath
Veronica Brooks, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 248-255
Ross Dealy, The Stoic Origins of Erasmus’ Philosophy of Christ
Thomas P. Scheck, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 256-260
Back matter
vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): -

National Identities

The emergence of Alevism as an ethno-religious identity
vol. 20 (1): 9-29
From a ‘sort of Muslim’ to ‘proud to be Alevi’: the Alevi religion and identity project combatting the negative identity among second-generation Alevis in the UK
vol. 20 (1): 105-123
The AKP, sectarianism, and the Alevis’ struggle for equal rights in Turkey
vol. 20 (1): 53-67
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