Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Journal of Design History

Attitudes Towards Modern Living: The Mid-century Showrooms of Herman Miller and Knoll Associates
Petty, M. M., vol. 29 (2): 180-199
Concepts of Value in European Material Culture, 1500-1900
Morton, R., vol. 29 (2): 200-202
Making 1916: Material and Visual Culture of the Easter Rising
McBrinn, J., vol. 29 (2): 202-204
Fashion Victims: The Dangers of Dress Past and Present
Lenci-Cerchiara, A., vol. 29 (2): 205-206
Charles James: Beyond Fashion
Sauro, C., vol. 29 (2): 207-208
Design by IKEA: A Cultural History
Blaszczyk, R. L., vol. 29 (2): 209-210
Cool Shades: The History and Meaning of Sunglasses
Gooding, J., vol. 29 (2): 211-212

Journal of Medieval History

The Norman Conquest of the classical past: William of Poitiers, language and history
vol. 42 (4): 456-478
‘Those same cursed Saracens’: Charlemagne's campaigns in the Iberian Peninsula as religious warfare
vol. 42 (4): 405-428
Saints, rulers and communities in Southern Italy: the Vitae of the Italo-Greek saints (tenth to eleventh centuries) and their audiences
vol. 42 (4): 429-455
The royal entries of Henry VI in a London civic manuscript
vol. 42 (4): 479-493
Community regulation and its effects: the aggressive actions of parishioners against priests and women in Paris, 1483–1505
vol. 42 (4): 494-510
Recovering the histories of women religious in England in the central Middle Ages: Wilton Abbey and Goscelin of Saint-Bertin
vol. 42 (3): 285-303
Civic religion in late medieval Europe
vol. 42 (3): 338-356
Ruling from afar: government and information management in late medieval Sicily
vol. 42 (3): 357-381
Aristocratic patronage, political networking and the shaping of a private sanctuary: Countess Clemence of Flanders and the early years of Bourbourg Abbey (c.1103–21)
vol. 42 (3): 317-337
Lancastrian rule and the resources of the prince of Wales, 1456–61
vol. 42 (3): 382-404
Arnau de Vilanova at the summit of Oloron (1287): a major inflection point in the life of a medieval physician
‘Water mixed with the blood of Thomas’: contact relic manufacture pictured in Canterbury Cathedral’s stained glass
Recreating the Judean Hills? English hermits and the Holy Land
Syndicate content