Political Pathologies: Barnave and the Question of National Identity in Revolutionary
France. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 3, 427-452.
“I Am Her Majesty’s Subject”: Prince George of Denmark and the Transformation of the
English Male Consort. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 3, 457-487.
“Loyal Sons of the Church and Fatherland”? Center-Polish Relations in Upper Silesia,
1871-1907. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 2, 231-257.
BRENNAN, KATHERINE STERN,
Culture in the Cities: Seventeenth-century Provincial Academies during the Reign of
Louis XIV. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 1, 19-42.
“A Delusion, a Mockery, and a Snare”: Array Challenges and Jury Selection in England
and Ireland, 1800-1850”. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 1, 1-26.
Finding the Nation in Bremen: The Lower-Class and Women After Napoleonic
Occupation. Vol. XL, Issue 1, 1-23.
Papacy, Parish Churches, and Prophecy: The Popish Plot and the London Particular
Baptists — A Case Study. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 493-504.
BUTLER, SARA M.,
“I will never consent to be wedded with you!”: Coerced Marriage in the Courts of
Medieval England.. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 2, 247-270.
“Revanche ou Relèvement”: the French Peace Movement Confronts Alsace and
Lorraine. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 431-448.
Gender and the Shifting Ground of Revolutionary Politics: The Case of Madame
Roland. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 2, 259-282.
Mill’s Liberty, the Ribald Press, and the Politics of War. Vol. XL, Issue 2, 229-258.
DUMONT, DORA M.,
Workers in Risorgimento Bologna. Vol. XL, Issue 1, 25-43.
Creating an Image of Science: Persuasion and Iconography in A. Cressy Morrison’s
Man in a Chemical World. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 3, 489-513.
Cultural Exchange and Religious Change: Buddhism, Vedanta and Imortality in Late
Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Britain. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 2, 271-295.
“This Confused, Divided and Wretched City”: The Struggle for London in 1642-43. Vol.
XXXVIII, Issue 3, 467-479.
Sleeping Bodies and Jubilant Souls: the Fate of the Dead in Sweden 1400-1600. Vol.
XL, Issue 2, 199-227.
Liberal Internationalism, the League of Nations Union, and the Mandates System. Vol.
XL, Issue 3, 449-477.
Radio Free Europe’s Impact on the Kremlin in the Hungarian Crisis of 1956: Three
Hypotheses. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 3, 515-546.
HARRIGAN, PATRICK J.,
Catholic Education in France from the Falloux to the Ferry Laws: A Reassessment. Vol.
XXXVI, Issue 1, 51-83.
Editorial Perspectives: Historians as Explorers. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 419-423.
Oh, What a Lovely War? War, Taxation, and Public Opinion in Englannd, 1624-29. Vol.
XXXVIII, Issue 3, 439-465
“The Highest Type of Englishman”: Gender, War, and the Alfred the Great
Commemoration of 1901. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 3, 459-484.
Negotiating Lower-Middle-Class Masculinity in Britain: The Leicester Young Men’s
Christian Association, 1870-1914. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 2, 253-273.
Book History Unbound: Transactions of the Written Word Made Public. Vol. XXXVIII,
Issue 1, 69-81.
JACKSON, DIANAH LEIGH,
On Observation: From the Academie Royale de la chirurgie to the Salons of Denis
Diderot. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 1, 27-49.
JACOB, MARGARET AND DAVID REID,
Technical Knowledge and the Mental Universe of Manchester’s Early Cotton
Manufacturers. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 2, 283-304.
Editorial Perspectives: Historians as Nationalists. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 415-418.
The Patience of the Saints, the Apocalypse and Moderate Nonconformity in
Restoration England. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 505-520.
KENNEDY, THOMAS C.,
Tory Radicalism and the Home Rule Crisis, 1910-1914: The Case of Lord Willoughby
de Broke. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 1, 23-39.
Politics, Patronage, and Piety in Early Modern Britain: A Special Issue in Honour of
Paul Christianson. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 385-387.
Death in the Afternoon: The Croke Park Massacre, 21 November 1920. Vol. XXXVIII,
Issue 1, 43-67.
Between Rhetoric and Reality: Nationalist China’s Tibetan Agenda during the Second
World War. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 3, 485-509.
Common and Civil Law? Taking Possession of the English Empire in America, 15751630. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 409-423.
Discourse on History, Geography, and Law: John Dee and the Limits of the British
Empire, 1576-80. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 1, 1-25.
“Give Him a Doing”: The Birching of Young Offenders in Scotland. Vol. XXXVII, Issue
MCCALLUM, MARY JANE,
The Fundamental Things: Camp Fire Girls and Authenticity, 1910-1920. Vol. XL, Issue
Editorial Perspectives: A Note from the Editor. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 413-414.
MCEVOY, JOHN G.,
Postpositivist Interpretations of the Chemical Revolution. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 3, 453
Sir Simonds D’Ewes and “the Poitovin Cholick”: Persecution, Toleration, and the Mind
of a Puritan Member of the Long Parliament. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 481-491.
Resale Price Maintenance and the Character of Resistance in the Conservative Party:
1949-64. Vol. XL, Issue 2, 259-288.
Rewriting Cromwell: A Case of Deafening Silences. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 553-578.
Suits Make the Man: Masculinity in Two English Law Courts, c. 1500. Vol. XXXVII,
Issue 1, 1-22.
ORR, D. ALAN,
From a “View” to a “Discovery”: Edmund Spenser, Sir John Davies, and the Defects of
Law in the Realm of Ireland. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 395-408.
“The Winston of Germany”: The British Foreign Policy Elite and the Last German
Emperor. Vol. XXXVI, Issue 3, 471-504.
Le travail politique necessaire de la Grande Migration. Idealisme et pragmatisme a
Gary, Indiana (1919-1924). Vol. XXXIX, Issue 1, 27-62.
Soi et l’Autre dans la perspective de l’antagonisme ‹barbarie-civilisation›: le cas de la
Bulgarie et de ses voisins balkaniques. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 2, 199-229.
PERNAL, ANDREW B.,
The London Gazette as a Primary Source for the Biography of General Patrick Gordon.
Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 1, 1-17.
Industrialisation, migration et anglicisation dans le sud du pays de Galles: Treherbert,
vallée de la Rhondda, 1861-1891. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 2, 229-251.
Ancient and Reformed? Thomas Bell and Jacobean Conformist Thought. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 425-438.
Guest Commentary: How I Became a Canadian History Buff. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 425-427.
Aby Warburg and the Public Purposes of Art in Hamburg. Vol. XXXIX, Issue 2, 297-323.
Gilbert, Translated: Silvanus P. Thompson, the Gilbert Club, and the Tercentenary
Edition of De Magnete. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 2, 259-279.
SIZER, JARED R. M.,
The Good of this Service Consists in Absolute Secrecy: The Earl of Dunbar, Scotland
and the Border (1603-1611). Vol. XXXVI, Issue 2, 229-257.
SNOBELEN, STEPHEN D.,
“A Time and Times and the Dividing of Time”: Isaac Newton, the Apocalypse and 2060
A.D.. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 537-551.
The London YMCA: A Haven of Masculine Self-Improvement and Socialisation for the
Victorian and Edwardian Clerk. Vol. XXXVII, Issue 2, 275-301.
STOKES, LAWRENCE D.,
From Law Student to Einsatzgruppe Commander: The Career of a Gestapo Officer.
Vol. XXXVII, Issue 1, 41-73.
Guest Commentary: History and Fiction. Vol. XL, Issue 3, 429-430.
The Perversion of Nature: Johannes Baptista von Helmont, the Society of Jesus, and
the Magnetic Cure of Wounds. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 2, 179-197.
WIGELSWORTH, JEFFREY R.,
Lockean Essences, Political Posturing, and John Toland’s Reading of Isaac Newton’s
“Principia”. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 521-535.
Paul Christianson as Scholar and Teacher. Vol. XXXVIII, Issue 3, 389-394.
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