Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Journal of Medieval History

Time and identity in Stephen of Rouen's Draco Normannicus
vol. 40 (4): 421-438
French-language documents produced by the Hospitallers, 1231–1310
vol. 40 (4): 439-457
False knights and true men: contesting chivalric masculinity in English treason trials, 1388–1415
vol. 40 (4): 458-477
Regulating interpersonal debt in the bishop's court of Carpentras: litigation, litigators and the court, 1486 and 1487
vol. 40 (4): 478-498

Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies

Political identities in conflict: the Lordship of Vizcaya in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
ONLINE EARLY
La reina Violante de Aragón, Jofré de Loaysa y la Crónica de Alfonso X. Un gran fragmento cronístico del siglo XIII reutilizado en el XIV
ONLINE EARLY
Medieval landscapes in the Spanish Central System (450–1350): a palaeoenvironmental and historical perspective
ONLINE EARLY
A good story well told: memory, identity, and the conquest of Iberia
vol. 6 (2): 127-147
The politics of book burning in al-Andalus
vol. 6 (2): 148-168
The creation and use of space in the Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas, Burgos: architecture, liturgy, and paraliturgy in a female Cistercian monastery
vol. 6 (2): 169-191
Del reino de Pamplona al reino de Navarra: el entramado sanitario (siglos XII–XIII)
vol. 6 (2): 192-213
A Hebrew poetry contest in early-fifteenth-century Zaragoza
vol. 6 (2): 214-236
Vespasiano in America: conquistadors, gold, anti-Semitism, and the Spanish Black Legend
vol. 6 (2): 237-250
Moses Almosnino's epistles: a sixteenth-century genre of Sephardi vernacular literature
vol. 6 (2): 251-269
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vol. 6 (2): 0-0

Journal of Modern Chinese History

Grassroots authority in rural Guangdong during late Qing and early Republican times
vol. 8 (2): 153-175
Continuity and transformation: the institutions of the Beijing government, 1912–1928
vol. 8 (2): 176-193
Chiang Kai-shek’s faith in Christianity: the trial of the Stilwell Incident
vol. 8 (2): 194-209
Tricky business: Swiss perceptions of informal imperialism in China in the 1920s
vol. 8 (2): 210-229
The master narratives of modern China: their origins, evolution, and reconstruction – a review of Li Huaiyin’s Reinventing Modern China: Imagination and Authenticity in Chinese Historical Writing
vol. 8 (2): 230-257
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