Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Labor History

What do unions do? And how do they do it?
vol. 55 (5): 673-679
Unions, wages and EMU
vol. 55 (5): 680-685
Editorial Board
vol. 55 (5): 0-0

Language & History

The History of Chinese Grammars in Chinese and Western Scholarly Traditions
Hilary Chappell, vol. 57 (2): 107-136
The Development of Chinese Grammars and the Classification of the Parts of Speech
Mariarosaria Gianninoto, vol. 57 (2): 137-148
How and Why Saussure is Misread in China: A Historical Study
Yanfei Zhang, vol. 57 (2): 149-167
Reviews
vol. 57 (2): 168-174

Levant

On pins and needles: understanding the role of metal pins in the Upper Euphrates Valley during the Early Bronze I–II
Leigh Stork, vol. 46 (3): 321-338
Revisiting the Amuq sequence: a preliminary investigation of the EBIVB ceramic assemblage from Tell Tayinat
Lynn Welton, vol. 46 (3): 339-370
Animal economy and social diversity in Byzantine Apollonia/Sozousa
Lidar Sapir-Hen, vol. 46 (3): 371-381
Damascene ‘Trench Art’: a note on the manufacture of Mamluk Revival metalwork in early 20th-century Syria
Marcus Milwright, vol. 46 (3): 382-398
Reviews
Marie-Odile Rousset, vol. 46 (3): 399-401

Library and Information History

Locating the Minister’s Looted Books: From Provenance and Library History to the Digital Reconstruction of Print Culture
Simon Burrows, vol. 31 (1): 1-17
John Dury’s Reformed Librarie-Keeper: Information and its Intellectual Contexts in Seventeenth-Century England
Catherine J. Minter, vol. 31 (1): 18-34
Lost Libraries and Surviving Manuscripts: The Case of Medieval Transylvania
Adrian Papahagi, vol. 31 (1): 35-53
Reviews
vol. 31 (1): 54-63
Bibliography
Katherine Birkwood, vol. 31 (1): 64-71

Medieval Archaeology

Medieval Migrations: Isotope Analysis of Early Medieval Skeletons on the Isle of Man
LEIGH SYMONDS, vol. 58 (1): 1-20
Stable Isotope Evidence for Dietary Contrast Between Pictish and Medieval Populations at Portmahomack, Scotland
SHIRLEY CURTIS-SUMMERS, vol. 58 (1): 21-43
The Bracteate Hoard from Binham — An Early Anglo-Saxon Central Place?
CHARLOTTE BEHR, vol. 58 (1): 44-77
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