Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Journal of Religious History

Conversion Narratives and the Roman Inquisition in Malta, 1650–1700
Frans Ciappara, ONLINE EARLY
Antillean Islander Space: On the Religious Beliefs and Representations of the Taíno People
Ivan Rodríguez López, ONLINE EARLY
Rational Dissent, Unitarianism, and the Closure of the Northampton Academy in 1798
David L. Wykes, ONLINE EARLY
A Long History of Faith-Based Welfare in Australia: Origins and Impact
Shurlee Swain, ONLINE EARLY
Lay Defender of Catholicism: Dr. Edward Swarbreck Hall in Tasmania 1833–1881
Stefan Petrow, ONLINE EARLY
Signs of Spiritual Crisis or Evidence of Unexpected Commitment? Attitudes to Compulsory Church Parades in the First AIF
Daniel Reynaud, ONLINE EARLY
Cluniac Customs Beyond Cluny: Patterns of Use in the Southern Low Countries
J. Diehl, S. Vanderputten, ONLINE EARLY
Men in the Communities of Dominican Nuns – Sister-Books Discussing Priests and Friars
High Medieval Monasteries as Communities of Practice: Approaching Monastic Learning Through Letters
Scripture beyond Common Sense: Sentimental Bible Study and the Evangelical Practice of “the Bible Reading”
Daved Anthony Schmidt, ONLINE EARLY

Journal of Scottish Historical Studies

Back matter
vol. 36 (2): -
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Women and Kirk Discipline: Prosecution, Negotiation, and the Limits of Control
vol. 36 (2): 125-142
State Power, Local Autonomy, and War in Scotland, 1625–9
vol. 36 (2): 143-164
George Wilson's Map of Technology: Giving Shape to the ‘industrial arts’ in Mid-nineteenth-century Edinburgh
vol. 36 (2): 165-190
Christ's Soldier, Scotland's Hero: Major-General Andrew Gilbert Wauchope (1846–99)
vol. 36 (2): 191-211
Roger A. Mason and Steven J. Reid, Andrew Melville (1545–1622): Writings, Reception, and Reputation
vol. 36 (2): 212-213
Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare (eds), Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions
vol. 36 (2): 213-215
Niall Ó Ciosáin, Ireland in Official Print Culture 1800–1850: a New Reading of the Poor Inquiry
vol. 36 (2): 215-216
Allan I. Macinnes and Douglas J. Hamilton (eds), Jacobitism, Enlightenment and Empire, 1680–1820
vol. 36 (2): 216-218
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