Bibliographic update January 2015: All

History

Editorial
John Charmley, vol. 99 (335): 189-190
Public History, Civic Engagement and the Historical Profession in Britain
John Tosh, vol. 99 (335): 191-212
Reason, Conscience and Equity: Bishops as the King's Judges in Later Medieval England
Gwilym Dodd, vol. 99 (335): 213-240
‘The Cliffs are not Cliffs’: The Cliffs of Dover and National Identities in Britain, c.1750–c.1950
Paul Readman, vol. 99 (335): 241-269
The Rhetorical Culture of the House of Commons after 1918
Richard Toye, vol. 99 (335): 270-298
The Black Hole of Empire: History of a Global Practice of Power. By Partha Chatterjee. Princeton University Press. 2012. xiv + 425pp. £55.00.
Catherine Hall, vol. 99 (335): 299-301
English Catholics and the Supernatural, 1553–1829: Catholic Christendom, 1300–1700. By Francis Young. Ashgate. 2013. 308pp. £70.00.
Coral Stoakes, vol. 99 (335): 301-302
Naval Leadership and Management 1650–1950. Edited by Helen Doe and Richard Harding . Boydell. 2012. xiv + 206pp. £60.00.
K. A. J. McLay, vol. 99 (335): 303-305
Reframing the Feudal Revolution: Political and Social Transformation between Marne and Moselle, c. 800–c. 1100. By Charles West. Cambridge University Press. 2013. xiv + 307pp. £65.00.
Levi Roach, vol. 99 (335): 305-307
Notes on Contributors
vol. 99 (238): 0-0
Drapery in Exile: Edward III, Colchester and the Flemings, 1351–1367
Bart Lambert, Milan Pajic, vol. 99 (238): 733-753
The Speed and Efficiency of the Tudor South-West's Royal Post-Stage Service
Ian Cooper, vol. 99 (238): 754-774
Technologies of the Body: Polite Consumption and the Correction of Deformity in Eighteenth-Century England
David M. Turner, Alun Withey, vol. 99 (238): 775-796
The Chartist Legacy in the British World: Evidence from New Zealand's Southern Settlements, 1840s−1870s
John Griffiths, Vic Evans, vol. 99 (238): 797-818
Presenting the History of Africans in Provincial Britain: Norfolk as a Case Study
Richard C. Maguire, vol. 99 (238): 819-838
Constitutional Change in England and the Diffusion of Regulatory Initiative, 1660–1714
William A. Pettigrew, vol. 99 (238): 839-863
The Oxford History of Historical Writing: 1400–1800. Edited by José Rabasa, Masayuki Sato, Edoardo Tortarolo and Daniel Woolf. Oxford University Press. 2012. 727pp. £100.00.
Adam Budd, vol. 99 (238): 864-865
Sin in Medieval and Early Modern Culture: The Tradition of the Seven Deadly Sins. Edited by Richard G. Newhauser and Susan J. Ridyard. York Medieval Press. 2012. xv + 333pp. £60.00/$99.00.
Rob Meens, vol. 99 (238): 866-867
Worlds of Arthur: Facts and Fictions of the Dark Ages. By Guy Halsall. Oxford University Press. 2013. xx + 357pp. £20.00/$34.95.
Anne Lawrence-Mathers, vol. 99 (238): 868-869
Northwest Europe in the Early Middle Ages, c. AD 600–1150: A Comparative Archaeology. By Christopher Loveluck. Cambridge University Press. 2013. xxiii + 466pp. £75.00/$120.
Brian Ayers, vol. 99 (238): 869-872
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