Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Historical Research

Female barrenness, bodily access and aromatic treatments in seventeenth-century England
Jennifer Evans, vol. 87 (237): 423-443
Imperialism first, the war second: the British, an Armenian legion, and deliberations on where to attack the Ottoman empire, November 1914–April 1915
Andrekos Varnava, vol. 87 (237): 533-555
‘You are what you eat’: historical changes in ideas about food and identity
Steven Shapin, vol. 87 (237): 377-392
‘M4 to Wales – and prosper!’ A history of a motorway
Martin Johnes, vol. 87 (237): 556-573
Prelude to the Opium War? British reactions to the ‘Napier Fizzle’ and attitudes towards China in the mid eighteen-thirties
GAO Hao, vol. 87 (237): 491-509
‘A considerable portion of the defence of the Empire’: Lisbon and victualling the royal navy during the French Revolutionary War, 1793–1802
Martin Robson, vol. 87 (237): 466-490
Provincial news networks in late Elizabethan Devon
Ian Cooper, vol. 87 (237): 404-422
The impact of land accumulation and consolidation on population trends in the pre-industrial period: two contrasting cases in the Low Countries
D. R. Curtis, vol. 87 (236): 194-228
The myth of sovereignty: British immigration control in policy and practice in the nineteen-seventies
Evan Smith, Marinella Marmo, vol. 87 (236): 344-369
Can we conquer unemployment? The Liberal party, public works and the 1931 political crisis
Peter Sloman, ONLINE EARLY
Intelligence and intrigue in the March of Wales: noblewomen and the fall of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, 1274–82
The rise of the promeneur: walking the city in eighteenth-century Paris
Laurent Turcot, ONLINE EARLY
Black people and the criminal justice system: prejudice and practice in later eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century London
Peter King, John Carter Wood, ONLINE EARLY
Eugenics, socialism and artificial insemination: the public career of Herbert Brewer
David Redvaldsen, ONLINE EARLY
Lord Burghley's ‘Ten precepts’ for his son, Robert Cecil: a new date and interpretation
Fred B. Tromly, ONLINE EARLY
Moral economies and the cold chain
Susanne Freidberg, ONLINE EARLY
Famine is not the problem: a historical perspective
Cormac Ó Gráda, ONLINE EARLY
False traitors or worthy knights? Treason and rebellion against Edward II in the Scalacronica and the Anglo-Norman prose Brut chronicles
Radical Geneva? The publication of Knox's First Blast of the Trumpet and Goodman's How Superior Powers Oght to be Obeyd in context
Charlotte Panofre, ONLINE EARLY


Notes on Contributors
vol. 99 (337): 0-0
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