Bibliographic update October 2016: All

The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History

Khalsa: The Town with a ‘Golden Fountain’: The Rise and Fall of an Arab Town North of the Huleh Valley
vol. 44 (3): 448-469
The Clanking of Medieval Chains: Extra-Judicial Banishment in the British Empire
vol. 44 (2): 352-371
Monarchism, an Emerging Canadian Identity, and the 1866 British North American Trade Mission to the West Indies and Brazil
vol. 44 (2): 214-240
Trials, Blunders and Profits: The Changing Contexts of Currencies in Sierra Leone
vol. 44 (2): 195-213
Begging Letters: Tin Trunk Literacy and the Empathy Economy of Tristan da Cunha, c. 1909–39
vol. 44 (2): 263-287
‘Why Disgrace the Commonwealth?’ Ceylonese Communalism, the Search for Global Influence and the Politics of a Transnational Organisation, 1948–65
vol. 44 (2): 288-305
Beyond the ‘Trauma of Decolonisation’: Dutch Cultural Diplomacy during the West New Guinea Question (1950–62)
vol. 44 (2): 306-327

The Journal of Legal History

Professor Toby Milsom
vol. 37 (2): 119-120
Thomas Craig’s Aetiology of Law and Society: Literary Dependence and Independence in the Jus Feudale
vol. 37 (2): 121-179
Judge Julia Domna? A Historical Mystery and the Emergence of Imperial Legal Administration
vol. 37 (2): 180-197
‘Mr Peel’s Amendments’ in New South Wales: Imperial Criminal Reform in a Distant Penal Colony
vol. 37 (2): 198-214
Constitutional Irregularities in the British Imperial Courts of Vice Admiralty during the Mid-Nineteenth Century
vol. 37 (2): 215-243
The Life of Thomas E. Scrutton
vol. 37 (2): 244-247
The Criminalization of Abortion in the West
vol. 37 (2): 247-248

The Journal of Pacific History

The Legacy of Planter Jean My: Analysis of Two Private Colonial Homes in Southern Melanesia
vol. 51 (2): 143-168
Whatever Happened to Otaheitan Jem?
vol. 51 (2): 205-214
The Last of Australian Imperial Dreams for the Southwest Pacific: Paul Hasluck, the Department of Territories and a Greater Melanesia in 1960
vol. 51 (2): 169-185
New Zealand’s Empire
vol. 51 (2): 225-226
Local Intermediaries? The Missionising and Governing of Colonial Subjects in South Dutch New Guinea, 1920–42
vol. 51 (2): 111-142
Encountering the Pacific in the Age of Enlightenment
vol. 51 (2): 217-218
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