Bibliographic update January 2017: All

History

‘Only Connect’: Learned Societies in Nineteenth-Century Britain. By William C. Lubenow. Boydell. 2015. x + 315pp. £50.00.
MARTIN HEWITT, vol. 101 (348): 798-800
Political Descent: Malthus, Mutualism, and the Politics of Evolution in Victorian England. By Piers J. Hale. University of Chicago Press. 2014. 442pp. £31.50/$45.00.
KEITH TRIBE, vol. 101 (348): 800-801
The Gospel According to Renan: Reading, Writing, and Religion in Nineteenth-Century France. By Robert D. Priest. Oxford University Press. 2015. xi + 265pp. £65.00.
NATHALIE RICHARD, vol. 101 (348): 801-803
The Crisis of Religious Toleration in Imperial Russia: Bibikov's System for the Old Believers, 1841–1855. By Thomasx000A0;Marsden. Oxford University Press. 2015. xv + 280pp. £60.00.
PETER WALDRON, vol. 101 (348): 803-804
Russia in the Microphone Age: A History of Soviet Radio, 1919–1970. By Stephen Lovell. Oxford University Press. 2015. x + 237pp. £35.00.
KRISTINA OFFTERDINGER, vol. 101 (348): 804-806
Training Minds for the War of Ideas: Ashridge College, the Conservative Party and the Cultural Politics of Britain, 1929–54. By Clarisse Berthezène. Manchester University Press. 2015. xii + 276pp. £75.00.
RICHARD CARR, vol. 101 (348): 806-808
Mythic Thinking in Twentieth-Century Britain: Meaning for Modernity. By Matthew Sterenberg. Palgrave Macmillan. 2013. vii + 260pp. £62.00.
AMANDA DILLON, vol. 101 (348): 808-809
Politics of Security: British and West German Protest Movements and the Early Cold War, 1945–1970. By Holger Nehring. Oxford University Press. 2013. xiv + 342pp. £65.00.
OWEN MOLLOY, vol. 101 (348): 810-811
Islamabad and the Politics of International Development in Pakistan. By Markus Daechsel. Cambridge University Press. 2015. xi + 321pp. £65.00.
RYAN SHAFFER, vol. 101 (348): 811-813
Gender and Race in Antebellum Popular Culture. By Sarah N. Roth. Cambridge University Press. 2014. x + 320pp. £69.99.
REBECCA FRASER, vol. 101 (348): 813-814
Tocqueville, Democracy, and Religion: Checks and Balances for Democratic Souls. By Alan S. Kahan. Oxford University Press. 2015. i + 246pp. £30.00.
BRAD BARANOWSKI, vol. 101 (348): 815-817
Arresting Dress: Cross Dressing, Law, and Fascination in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco. By Clare Sears. Duke University Press. 2014. x + 202pp. $22.95.
KATIE MYERSCOUGH, vol. 101 (348): 817-818
What is African American History? By Pero Gaglo Dagbovie. Polity Press. 2015. vii + 182pp. £14.99.
JOE STREET, vol. 101 (348): 820-821
Winning the War for Democracy: The March on Washington Movement, 1941–1946. By David Lucander. University of Illinois Press. 2014. xi + 320pp. $57.00.
LOUIS MAZZARI, vol. 101 (348): 821-824
Diplomacy at the Brink: Eisenhower, Churchill, and Eden in the Cold War. By David M. Watry. Louisiana State University Press. 2014. viii + 228pp. £19.99/$29.95.
MALCOLM CRAIG, vol. 101 (348): 824-825
American Politics in the Postwar Sunbelt: Conservative Growth in a Battleground Region. By Sean P. Cunningham. Cambridge University Press. 2014. xii + 276pp. £18.99.
M. J. HEALE, vol. 101 (348): 825-826
Mental Maps in the Era of Détente and the End of the Cold War, 1968–91. Edited by Steven Casey and Jonathan Wright. Palgrave Macmillan. 2015. xi + 259pp. £63.00.
JAMES CAMERON, vol. 101 (348): 827-828
Sport and Ireland: A History. By Paul Rouse. Oxford University Press. 2015. xiv + 375pp. £30.00.
DILWYN PORTER, vol. 101 (347): 621-623
Issue Information - TOC
vol. 101 (347): 481-481
Notes on Contributors
vol. 101 (347): 482-483
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