Bibliographic update July 2016: All

Mediterranean Historical Review

Between Byzantium and Jerusalem? The principality of Antioch, Renaud of Châtillon, and the penance of Mamistra in 1158
vol. 30 (2): 107-124
Florentine networks in the Middle East in the early Renaissance
vol. 30 (2): 125-145
A nineteenth-century Mediterranean union: Michel Chevalier’s Système de la Méditerranée
vol. 30 (2): 147-168
Spiritual rationality: papal embargo as cultural practice
vol. 30 (2): 169-171
Byzantines, Latins and Turks in the eastern Mediterranean world after 1150
vol. 30 (2): 171-175
Urban elites of Zadar: Dalmatia and the Venetian Commonwealth (1540–1569)
vol. 30 (2): 175-177
Religion and trade: cross-cultural exchanges in world history, 1000–1900
vol. 30 (2): 177-180
Slaves and Englishmen: human bondage in the early modern Atlantic world
vol. 30 (2): 180-182
Enlightenment and revolution: the making of modern Greece
vol. 30 (2): 182-185
Before the nation: Muslim–Christian coexistence and its destruction in late Ottoman Anatolia
vol. 30 (2): 185-189
Publications Received
vol. 30 (2): 191-193

Museum History Journal

Editorial
Jeffrey Abt, vol. 9 (1): 1-2
Filling in the Picture: Nineteenth-Century Museums in Spanish and Portuguese America
Irina Podgorny, vol. 9 (1): 3-12
The National Museum of Mexico: 1825–1867
Miruna Achim, vol. 9 (1): 13-28
The Creation of the National Museum of Colombia (1823–1830): A History of Collections, Collectors, and Museums
María Paola Rodríguez-Prada, vol. 9 (1): 29-44
Brazilian Ark: The Museum of the Instituto Geográfico e Histórico da Bahia (1894–1927)
Suely Moraes Ceravolo, vol. 9 (1): 45-59
Just and Patriotic: Creating a National Museum in Guatemala (1831–1930)
Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos, vol. 9 (1): 60-76
A Museum in the Heart of Amazonia: One Man's Laboratory
Maria Margaret Lopes, vol. 9 (1): 77-92
Nurturing Collecting and the Trade in Objects: The Formation of the Museu Paulista, 1850s–1910s
Diego Amorim Grola, vol. 9 (1): 93-107
Aesthetic Artefacts or Documents? Museums of Art and History in Late Nineteenth-Century Buenos Aires
Laura Malosetti Costa, vol. 9 (1): 108-120
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