Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Historical Research

The decline of the Liberal party in the heart of England: the Liberals in Leicestershire, 1914–24
Gavin J. Freeman, 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
National Service: the University of London Library during the Second World War
Colonial autonomy and Cold War diplomacy: Hong Kong and the case of Anthony Grey, 1967–9
James Fellows, 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
Anne of Kiev (c.1024–c.1075) and a reassessment of maternal power in the minority kingship of Philip I of France
Emily Joan Ward, ONLINE EARLY
Recording, reporting and printing the Cromwellian ‘kingship debates’ of 1657
Jonathan Fitzgibbons, ONLINE EARLY
Bede's sources for his references to ‘hides’ in the Ecclesiastical History and the History of the Abbots
Richard Shaw, ONLINE EARLY


Chivalry, Kingship and Crusade: The English Experience in the Fourteenth Century. By Timothy  Guard. Boydell. 2013. x + 280pp. £60.00.
NICHOLAS MORTON, vol. 101 (345): 290-292
A War for the Soul of America: A History of the Culture Wars. By Andrew  Hartman. University of Chicago Press. 2015. 334pp. $30.00/£21.00.
EMMA LONG, vol. 101 (345): 328-330
vol. 101 (345): 179-179
Notes on Contributors
vol. 101 (345): 180-181
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
Henry VIII: ‘Catholicism without the Pope?’
G. W. BERNARD, vol. 101 (345): 201-221
‘We should dress us fairly for our end’: The Significance of the Clothing Worn at Elite Executions in England in the Long Sixteenth Century
MARIA HAYWARD, vol. 101 (345): 222-245
‘A Reformer's Wife ought to be an Heroine’: Gender, Family and English Radicals Imprisoned under the Suspension of Habeas Corpus Act of 1817
KATRINA NAVICKAS, vol. 101 (345): 246-264
War without Terms: George Jackson, Black Power and the American Radical Prison Rights Movement, 1941–1971
Zoe Colley, vol. 101 (345): 265-286
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