Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Historical Research

Through French eyes: Victorian cities in the eighteen-forties viewed by Léon Faucher
Philip Morey, vol. 88 (240): 291-313
An unrealized cult? Hagiography and Norman ducal genealogy in twelfth-century England
Ilya Afanasyev, vol. 88 (240): 193-212
Thinking outside the gundeck: maritime history, the royal navy and the outbreak of British civil war, 1625–42
Richard J. Blakemore, vol. 88 (239): 251-274
Can we conquer unemployment? The Liberal party, public works and the 1931 political crisis
Peter Sloman, vol. 88 (239): 161-184
Intelligence and intrigue in the March of Wales: noblewomen and the fall of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, 1274–82
Emma Cavell, vol. 88 (239): 1-19
The rise of the promeneur: walking the city in eighteenth-century Paris
Laurent Turcot, vol. 88 (239): 67-99
Moral economies and the cold chain
Susanne Freidberg, vol. 88 (239): 125-137
Lord Burghley's ‘Ten precepts’ for his son, Robert Cecil: a new date and interpretation
Fred B. Tromly, vol. 88 (239): 185-191
Black people and the criminal justice system: prejudice and practice in later eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century London
Peter King, John Carter Wood, vol. 88 (239): 100-124
Sometimes somnolent, sometimes seething: British imperial Africa and its home fronts
Bill Nasson, ONLINE EARLY
Lame Jack his haultings: J. H. Hexter, the ‘middle group’ and William Prynne
Warwick K. George, ONLINE EARLY
The early Irish hostage surety and inter-territorial alliances
Jaqueline Bemmer, ONLINE EARLY
A matter of trust: the royal regulation of England's French residents during wartime, 1294–1377
Bart Lambert, W. Mark Ormrod, ONLINE EARLY
The representation and experience of English urban fire disasters, c.1580–1640
John E. Morgan, ONLINE EARLY
The end of the ‘dual possession’ of Sakhalin as multilateral diplomacy, 1867–73
Takahiro Yamamoto, ONLINE EARLY
Treason, felony and Lollardy: a common petition in the hand of Richard Osbarn, clerk of the chamber of the Guildhall, 1400–c.1437
Helen Killick, ONLINE EARLY
Persuading the queen's majesty's subjects from their allegiance: treason, reconciliation and confessional identity in Elizabethan England
Lucy Underwood, ONLINE EARLY
‘You know I am all on fire’: writing the adulterous affair in England, c.1740–1830
Sally Holloway, ONLINE EARLY
Paper salvage in Britain during the Second World War
Henry Irving, ONLINE EARLY

History

The Fate of Anglo-Saxon Saints after the Norman Conquest of England: St Æthelwold of Winchester as a Case Study
REBECCA BROWETT, vol. 101 (345): 183-200
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