Bibliographic update April 2016: All

History

The Opened Letter: Networking in the Early Modern British World. By Lindsay  O'Neill. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2014. 272pp. $47.50/£31.00.
RUTH AHNERT, vol. 101 (345): 311-313
Hazlitt the Dissenter: Religion, Philosophy, and Politics, 1766–1816. By Stephen  Burley. Palgrave Macmillan. 2014. x + 220pp. £60.00.
G. M. DITCHFIELD, vol. 101 (345): 313-314
The Book of Fallacies: Jeremy Bentham. Edited by Philip  Schofield. The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham. Oxford University Press. 2015. lxxxv + 552pp. £85.00.
EMMANUELLE DE CHAMPS, vol. 101 (345): 314-316
The Coming of the Terror in the French Revolution. By Timothy  Tackett. Harvard University Press. 2015. ix + 463pp. $35.00/£25.00.
MALCOLM CROOK, vol. 101 (345): 316-317
The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism: An International History, 1878–1934. By Richard Bach  Jensen. Cambridge University Press. 2014. xviii + 410pp. £65.00.
RYAN SHAFFER, vol. 101 (345): 318-319
The Global Revolution: A History of International Communism, 1917–1991. By Silvio  Pons. Translated by Allan  Cameron. Oxford University Press. 2014. xx + 365pp. £30.00.
RYAN SHAFFER, vol. 101 (345): 319-321
Evangelicalism in the Church of England in the Twentieth Century: Reform, Resistance and Renewal. Edited by Andrew  Atherstone and John  Maiden. Boydell. 2014. x + 325pp. $99.00/£60.00.
HUGH MCLEOD, vol. 101 (345): 321-323
Breaking the Silence: Voices of the British Children of Refugees from Nazism. By Merilyn  Moos. Rowman and Littlefield. 2015. xxi + 334pp. $39.95/£24.95.
JENNIFER CRAIG-NORTON, vol. 101 (345): 323-325
For Liberty and Equality: The Life and Times of the Declaration of Independence. By Alexander Tsesis. Oxford University Press. 2014. 397pp. $24.95/£16.99.
BRAD BARANOWSKI, vol. 101 (345): 325-326
Antiwar Dissent and Peace Activism in World War I America. Edited by Scott H.  Bennett and Charles F.  Howlett. University of Nebraska Press. 2014. xvii + 369pp. $30.00/£18.99.
WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON, vol. 101 (345): 327-328
Caribbean Crossing: African Americans and the Haitian Emigration Movement. By Sara  Fanning. New York University Press. 2015. xii + 167pp. $35.00.
NICOLE WILLSON, vol. 101 (345): 330-331
‘Wrightsonian Incorporation’ and the Public Rhetoric of Mid-Tudor England
Richard Hoyle, vol. 101 (344): 20-41
Notes on Contributors
vol. 101 (344): 2-2
A New Power in the Late Fourteenth-Century Low Countries: Philip the Bold's Planned Franco-Burgundian Invasion of England and Scottish Alliance, 1385–1386
Laura Crombie, vol. 101 (344): 3-19
Contents
vol. 101 (344): 1-1
Islam as Europe's ‘Other’ in the Long Term: Some Discontinuities
Michael Wintle, vol. 101 (344): 42-61
The Whiteway Anarchists in the Twentieth Century: A Transnational Community in the Cotswolds
Antony Taylor, vol. 101 (344): 62-83
The Limits of Anticolonialism: The British Labour Movement and the End of Empire in Guiana
Spencer Mawby, vol. 101 (344): 84-106
R. G. Collingwood: A Research Companion. By James Connelly, Peter Johnson and Stephen Leach. Bloomsbury. 2014. 293pp. £65.00/$100.00.
David Boucher, vol. 101 (344): 107-108
Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300–1625: Essays in Honour of Jenny Wormald. Edited by Steve Boardman and Julian Goodare. Edinburgh University Press. 2014. xiv + 362pp. £75.00.
Amy Blakeway, vol. 101 (344): 108-110
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