Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Library and Information History

‘The owner of one of the largest and most valuable private libraries in Scotland’: David Hay Fleming as Book Collector
Briony Aitchison, vol. 31 (2): 95-116
‘Abundantly replenisht with Books of his own purchasing and choyce’: Lord Herbert of Cherbury’s Library at Montgomery Castle
Dunstan Roberts, vol. 31 (2): 117-136
Reviews
vol. 31 (2): 137-145
Bibliography
Katherine Birkwood, vol. 31 (2): 146-153

Midland History

Offa, King of the East Saxons, and His West Midland Land Grants
Steven Bassett, vol. 40 (1): 1-23
Collecting and Reading for Godly Reformation in Mid-Seventeenth Century Worcestershire: Thomas Hall of Kings Norton and His Books
Denise Thomas, vol. 40 (1): 24-52
William Hutton and the Myths of Birmingham
Harry Smith, vol. 40 (1): 53-73
‘Voice of the Visitors’: An Exploration of the Work of the Charity Organisation Society in Oxford, 1878–1880
Annie Skinner, vol. 40 (1): 74-94
The Slow Death of a Labour Aristocracy: Rugby’s Carpenters, 1898–1914
Vincent Porter, vol. 40 (1): 95-119
A Murder at Pucklechurch: The Death of King Edmund, 26 May 946
Kevin Halloran, vol. 40 (1): 120-129
Reviews
vol. 40 (1): 130-145
Short Notices
Nick Webber, vol. 40 (1): 146-153

Ming Studies

Preface
vol. 2014 (70): 3-3
Ming News
vol. 2014 (70): 4-4
Daniel Bryant (1942–2014) Professor Emeritus of Chinese Studies, University of Victoria Reminiscence and Bibliography
Richard John Lynn, vol. 2014 (70): 5-9
Daydreaming Dynasty: The Eunuch Sanbao's Journeys in the Western Seas and “Present-Dynasty” Fiction of the Ming
Scott W. Gregory, vol. 2014 (70): 10-28
The Song-Ming Connection in the Ming Study of Ancient Inscriptions
Yun-Chiahn C. Sena, vol. 2014 (70): 29-59
Two Early Ming Texts on Borneo
Johannes L. Kurz, vol. 2014 (70): 60-72
Reviews
Tonio Andrade, vol. 2014 (70): 73-80

National Identities

Shaping Holocaust memory in Greece: memorials and their public history
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