Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Journal for Maritime Research

The last voyage of the Arabella: life and death aboard a British country ship
vol. 16 (2): 182-195
Lascars, the Thames Police Court and the Old Bailey: crime on the high seas and the London courts, 1852–8
vol. 16 (2): 196-211
‘Ghostlike’ seafarers and sailing ship nostalgia: the figure of the steamship lascar in the British imagination, c. 1880–1960
vol. 16 (2): 212-228
Shanghaied on the streets of Hoboken: Chinese exclusion and maritime regulation at Ellis Island
vol. 16 (2): 229-245
Lascars through the colonial lens: reconsidering visual sources of South Asian sailors from the twentieth century
vol. 16 (2): 246-263
Editorial Board
vol. 16 (2): 0-0

Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage

Indians of African Descent: Emerging Roles and New Identities
Shihan de Silva Jayasuriya, vol. 4 (1): 1-18
Transplant and Ampersand Identity: The Siddis of Diu, India
Ababu Minda Yimene, vol. 4 (1): 19-33
The Sidi Badshah of Western India: The Politics of Naming
Amrita Shodhan, vol. 4 (1): 34-49
Juje Jackie Siddi: “Barefoot Entrepreneur” of Haliyal, Uttara Kannada
Beheroze Shroff, vol. 4 (1): 50-71
The Invincible Fort of the Nawabs of Janjira
Faaeza Jasdanwalla, vol. 4 (1): 72-91
The Role of Religious Procession among the Afro-Indians of the African Cavalry Guards in Hyderabad
David Emmanuel Singh, vol. 4 (1): 92-114

Journal of Chinese Religions

From the Editor
Mark Csikszentmihalyi, vol. 42 (2): 143-143
HEALING BREATHS AND ROTTING BONES:ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BUDDHIST AND CHINESE MEDITATION PRACTICES DURING THE EASTERN HAN AND THREE KINGDOMS PERIOD
Eric M. Greene, vol. 42 (2): 145-184
Spirits and the Soul in Confucian Ritual Discourse
Thomas Wilson, vol. 42 (2): 185-212
Book Reviews
vol. 42 (2): 213-259

Journal of Conflict Archaeology

Editorial
Tony Pollard, vol. 9 (3): 117-118
Beyond Recall: Searching for the Remains of a British Secret Weapon of World War I
Iain Banks, vol. 9 (3): 119-155
Digging in the Dark: The Underground War on the Western Front in World War I
Iain Banks, vol. 9 (3): 156-176
Taking the Hill: Archaeological Survey and Excavation of German Communication Trenches on the Summit of Mont St Quentin
Tony Pollard, vol. 9 (3): 177-197
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