Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Journal of Scottish Historical Studies

T.C. Smout and Mairi Stewart, The Firth of Forth, An Environmental History (Malta: Gutenberg Press, 2012. Pp. xiv + 306; illus. Paperback ISBN 978-1-7802-7064-7, £14.99).
vol. 34 (2): 264-266
John Flint and John Kelly (eds), Bigotry, Football and Scotland (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013. Pp. 232. Paperback IBSN 978-0-7486-7037-6, £19.99).
vol. 34 (2): 266-268

Journal of the British Archaeological Association

Reconstructing Kirkstead Abbey, Lincolnshire: The Charters, Earthworks and Architecture of a Lost Cistercian House
GLYN COPPACK, vol. 167 (1): 1-50
‘Almost Every Miracle is Open to Carping’: Doubts, Relics, Reliquaries and Images of Saints in the Long 12th Century
LAURA CLEAVER, vol. 167 (1): 51-69
The Copying and Imitation of Images in Medieval Bestiaries
ILYA DINES, vol. 167 (1): 70-82
Visual Reflections on History and Kingship in the Medieval English Great Church
LAURA SLATER, vol. 167 (1): 83-108
In Medio Chori: The Tomb of Thomas of Corbridge, Archbishop of York, in Southwell Minster
TREVOR FOULDS, vol. 167 (1): 109-123
The ‘Prentice’s Bracket’ at Gloucester Cathedral
PAUL BINSKI, vol. 167 (1): 124-132
The Function and Iconography of the Minstrels’ Gallery at Exeter Cathedral
GABRIEL BYNG, vol. 167 (1): 133-153
The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas, Newcastle: ‘A Tangled Story’, or ‘Cutting the Geordian Knot’
FRANCIS WOODMAN, vol. 167 (1): 154-176
The Chapter-House of St Albans Abbey: Reconstructing its 15th-Century Vault
RICHARD K. MORRIS, vol. 167 (1): 177-204
Catfield Church, Norfolk: A Lost Rectorial Brass and an Early Case of Brass-Preservation
JULIAN LUXFORD, vol. 167 (1): 205-212
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2013
vol. 167 (1): 240-247
REGINALD TAYLOR AND LORD FLETCHER ESSAY PRIZE
vol. 167 (1): 248-250
REVIEWS OF BOOKS
vol. 167 (1): 213-239
THE OCHS SCHOLARSHIPS
vol. 167 (1): 251-252

Journal of the History of Collections

The performance of displaying: gesture, behaviour and art in early modern Italy
Furlotti, B., vol. 27 (1): 1-13
The diverse curiosita of Giacomo Francesco Arpino (1607-1684): an introduction to an early collector of Italian Renaissance plaquettes
Leino, M., vol. 27 (1): 15-31
The travels and curious collections of Richard Pococke, Bishop of Meath
Finnegan, R., vol. 27 (1): 33-48
Fine art for the New World: Thomas Jefferson, collecting for the future
Zalewski, L., vol. 27 (1): 49-55
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