Bibliographic update July 2017: All

History

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
La Bisanzio dei Lumi: L'Impero bizantino nella cultura francese e italiana da Luigi XIV alla Rivoluzione. By Elisa Bianco. Peter Lang Publishing. 2015. 369pp. €83.00.
DIEGO LUCCI, vol. 102 (351): 512-514
Spain: The Centre of the World 1519–1682. By Robert Goodwin. Bloomsbury. 2015. xv + 587pp. £30.00.
MAYA FEILE TOMES, vol. 102 (351): 503-506
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vol. 102 (351): 357-359
Disciplinary Ordinances for English Armies and Military Change, 1385–1513
ANDREW MARTINEZ, vol. 102 (351): 361-385
Saving Republics by Moving Republicans: Britain, Ireland and ‘New Geneva’ During the Age of Revolutions
RICHARD WHATMORE, vol. 102 (351): 386-413
The Religious ‘Persecutions’ in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany and British Sympathy for Italian Nationalism, 1851–1853
O. J. WRIGHT, vol. 102 (351): 414-431
Classical Sociology and the First World War: Weber, Durkheim, Simmel and Scheler in the Trenches
VITTORIO COTESTA, vol. 102 (351): 432-449
Revolutionary Fundraising and Global Networks: A Micro-Economic Approach to the Social Meaning of Money and Mobilization before the Second World War
FRANK WOLFF, vol. 102 (351): 450-478
From Herodotus to H-Net: The Story of Historiography. By Jeremy D. Popkin. Oxford University Press. 2016. xv + 251pp. £16.99.
BECKY TAYLOR, vol. 102 (351): 479-480
William the Conqueror. By David Bates. Yale University Press. 2016. xiv + 596pp. £30.00.
JUDITH GREEN, vol. 102 (351): 484-485
Medieval Chivalry. By Richard W. Kaeuper. Cambridge University Press. 2016. xv + 428pp. £19.99.
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 102 (351): 485-487
Government and Political Life in England and France, c.1300–c.1500. Edited by Christopher Fletcher, Jean-Philippe Genet and John Watts. Cambridge University Press. 2015. x + 382pp. £74.99.
DAVID GREEN, vol. 102 (351): 489-489
Edward II: The Terrors of Kingship. By Christopher Given-Wilson. Penguin Monarchs. Allen Lane. 2016. xv + 127pp. £12.99. Edward III: A Heroic Failure. By Jonathan Sumption. Penguin Monarchs. Allen Lane. 2016. vii + 115pp. £12.99.
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 102 (351): 490-491
The Logic of Political Conflict in Medieval Cities: Italy and the Southern Low Countries, 1370–1440. By Patrick Lantschner. Oxford University Press. 2015. xii + 275pp. £65.00.
MARC BOONE, vol. 102 (351): 493-494
The Politics of Culture in Quattrocentro Europe: René of Anjou in Italy. By Oren Margolis. Oxford University Press. 2016. xii + 222pp. £60.00.
STEPHEN BOWD, vol. 102 (351): 494-496
Ill Composed: Sickness, Gender, and Belief in Early Modern England. By Olivia Weisser. Yale University Press. 2015. ix + 281pp. £60.00.
ALANNA SKUSE, vol. 102 (351): 499-499
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