Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Historical Research

The Bari charter of privileges of 1132: articulating the culture of a new Norman monarchy
Paul Oldfield, vol. 88 (242): 577-598
The ‘blood of the martyrs’ and the growth of Catholicism in late Chosŏn Korea
Andrew Finch, vol. 88 (242): 674-692
Donald Balloch, the ‘Treaty of Ardtornish-Westminster’ and the MacDonald raids of 1461–3
James Petre, vol. 88 (242): 599-628
Tenure and property in medieval England
Susan Reynolds, vol. 88 (242): 563-576
Beyond co-operation and competition: Anglo-French relations, connected histories of decolonization and Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1965–80
Joanna Warson, vol. 88 (242): 740-764
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vol. 88 (242): 765-768
The creation of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance as seen from the Romanian archives
Elena Dragomir, vol. 88 (240): 355-379
‘Now the mask is taken off’: Jacobitism and colonial New England, 1702–27
David Parrish, vol. 88 (240): 249-271
Religion, politics and patronage in the late Hanoverian navy, c.1780–c.1820
Gareth Atkins, vol. 88 (240): 272-290
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
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
Moral economies and the cold chain
Susanne Freidberg, vol. 88 (239): 125-137
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
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