Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Historical Research

Charles Mason, the ‘king of China’: British imperial adventuring in the late nineteenth century
Catherine Ladds, vol. 90 (249): 567-590
‘And those who live, how shall I tell their fame?’ Historical pageants, collective remembrance and the First World War, 1919–39
Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Mark Freeman, Tom Hulme, Paul Readman, Charlotte Tupman, vol. 90 (249): 636-661
Invasion, raids and army reform: the political context of ‘flotilla defence’, 1903–5
Richard Dunley, vol. 90 (249): 613-635
Between tension and rapprochement: Sunni-Shi‘ite relations in the pre-modern Ottoman period, with a focus on the eighteenth century
M. Sait Özervarlı, vol. 90 (249): 526-542
Negotiating public history in the Republic of Ireland: collaborative, applied and usable practices for the profession
Thomas Cauvin, Ciaran O'Neill, vol. 90 (249): 0-0
‘To become again our brethren’: desertion and community during the American Revolutionary War, 1775–83
Jonathan Chandler, vol. 90 (248): 363-380
‘The Gallaunts of Fawey’: a case study of Fowey during the Hundred Years’ War, c.1337–1399
S. J. Drake, vol. 90 (248): 296-317
‘That racial chasm that yawns eternally in our midst’: the British empire and the politics of Asian migration, 1900–14
Cornelis Heere, ONLINE EARLY
The 1553 succession crisis reconsidered
Paulina Kewes, ONLINE EARLY
‘One of the best men of business we had ever met’: Thomas Drummond, the boundary commission and the 1832 Reform Act
Martin Spychal, ONLINE EARLY

History

Heart Religion: Evangelical Piety in England and Ireland, 1690–1850. Edited by John Coffey. Oxford University Press. 2016. xiii + 232pp. £65.00.
GARETH ATKINS, vol. 102 (351): 516-518
Henry VII's New Men and the Making of Tudor England. By Steven Gunn. Oxford University Press. 2016. xxii + 393pp. £60.00.
JAMES ROSS, vol. 102 (351): 496-498
Frederick Barbarossa: The Prince and the Myth. By John B. Freed. Yale University Press. 2016. xxxiv + 676pp. £30.00.
ALHEYDIS PLASSMANN, vol. 102 (351): 487-488
Stalin's Citizens: Everyday Politics in the Wake of Total War. By Serhy Yekelchyk. Oxford University Press. 2014. xi + 270pp. £35.00.
JUNYA TAKIGUCHI, vol. 102 (351): 525-527
Henry of Lancaster's Expedition to Aquitaine, 1345–46: Military Service and Professionalism in the Hundred Years’ War. By Nicholas A. Gribit. Boydell. 2016. xv + 373pp. £30.00.
SAM GIBBS, vol. 102 (351): 491-492
The Global Chancellor: Helmut Schmidt and the Reshaping of the International Order. By Kristina Spohr. Oxford University Press. 2016. xvi + 211pp. £35.00.
HENNING TÜRK, vol. 102 (351): 531-533
Days of Rage: America's Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence. By Bryan Burrough. Penguin. 2016. xx + 585pp. £21.99/$18.00.
WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON, vol. 102 (351): 540-541
The Forty Years that Created America: The Story of the Explorers, Promoters, Investors, and Settlers Who Founded the First English Colonies. By Edward M. Lamont. Rowman and Littlefield. 2014. viii + 287pp. £22.95.
CATHERINE ARMSTRONG, vol. 102 (351): 533-534
Propaganda and Intelligence in the Cold War: The NATO Information Service. By Linda Risso. Routledge. 2014. xvii + 296pp. £29.99.
RYAN SHAFFER, vol. 102 (351): 529-531
Ireland's Exiled Children: America and the Easter Rising. By Robert Schmuhl. Oxford University Press. 2016. xvii + 210pp. £19.99/$29.95.
DAVID BRUNDAGE, vol. 102 (351): 522-523
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