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Seeking Hosts for the Podcast New Books in British Studies
New Books in British Studies is currently seeking hosts interested in conducting interviews with authors of new books on Britain and its empire. Hosting the channel is a good way to bring the work of scholars of Britain and its empire to the attention of large audiences. Interested parties should write Marshall Poe.

New Books in British Studies is part of the New Books Network, a non-profit consortium of 81 author-interview podcasts focused on academic books. The NBN serves 25,000 episodes a day to a worldwide audience. Its mission is outreach and public education.

Bloomsbury Scientists: Science and Art in the Wake of Darwin
Michael Boulter
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Call for Articles - Antisemitism in Britain and Ireland
Antisemitism Studies welcomes the submission of manuscripts that contribute to the scholarly study of antisemitism. To see our upcoming second issue, click here.
We will consider articles on specific antisemitic episodes and their historical significance and impact on society, as well as more thematic and theoretical studies of the phenomenon. Authors may work from any disciplinary perspective, address any cultural, national, or religious context, and study any period of history, including the present. At this time, we are particularly interested in articles that address antisemitism in Britain and in Ireland.

Antisemitism Studies adheres to a double–blind peer review process in which the identities of the author and reviewers remain confidential. Please note that the formal evaluation process on all submissions takes anywhere between one and three months, and the period between acceptance of an article and its publication is between six months and one year. 
Please visit our website for further information.
Any questions about the journal or its submissions process may be directed to the editor.

New fellowship in honor of Margaret Hannay.
We’re proud to announce the creation of a new fellowship at the Folger Shakespeare Library. In partnership with the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, the Folger Institute will offer a fellowship to scholars working on studies of women, genders, and/or sexualities in the early modern world, who can demonstrate a clear need to utilize the Folger’s collections. This $2500 award will allow a scholar to spend one month in residence at the Folger. For more information, click here.

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ARCHIVESthe highly regarded journal of the British Records Association is actively looking for articles and submissions are always welcome.We also appreciate being offered new books to review.

The journal is very much back in business. The delayed 2014 issue was mailed out last month and two further issues are in preparation. We are also pleased to announce the
appointment of Dr Neil Murphy, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern and European History in the Department of Humanities at Northumbria as our new Reviews Editor.

ARCHIVES is a peer refereed journal. There is no upper limit on the length of submissions but it is anticipated that very few will be longer than c.8,000 words including notes. It is published twice yearly.

Submissions must be the original work of the author(s) that have not been published previously, as a whole or in part, either in print or 
electronically, or is soon to be so published. 

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​On this day in history

On Google Books, there are 105,000,000 British History secondary sources and some primary ones.

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Events, prizes and fellowships

Below is a list of upcoming events, prizes, fellowships and conferences [CFPs are below] on British studies or seem particularly relevant/open tospecialists of Britain. Please note that some have deadlines coming up soon. If you have you have any suggested additions, please email them to me.

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Project on British-Caribbean History at the British Library
The British Library seeks applications from potential academic partners for a new AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Project on British-Caribbean History. The application deadline is 25 November 2016. AHRC CDPs provide funding for PhD research drawing on our collections, resources and expertise that is co-supervised by the Library and a selected academic partner at a UK university or Higher Education Institute (HEI).

In his seminal work Conscripts of Modernity (2004) David Scott argues, “the conceptual problem of political presents and [...] how reconstructed pasts and anticipated futures are thought out in relation to them” is the ultimate critical question for scholars of the Caribbean in the post-colonial era. Taking this fundamental problematic as its theoretical point of departure, this project focuses on the grassroots re-construction of pasts – and futures – in post-WWII/post-Windrush Britain.

Drawing on newspapers, periodicals, poetry, drama, interviews, music, manuscripts and photography the project will analyse the cultural forms that evolved and the histories they articulated – and the futures they longed for – within the British Caribbean community in the last half of the 20th century. 

For more information on the project and how to apply please click here.

Contact Info: 
Dr. Elizabeth Cooper, Curator, Latin American and Caribbean Collections, the British LIbrary 

Women’s Studies Group: 1558-1837
Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AZ.
25 November 2017, 1-4pm. Please arrive a little early if you can.
  • Eva-Maria Lauenstein - ‘Within these tombes enclos’d’: Delineating Renaissance Love in Mary Sidney Herbert’s Antonius.
  • Mihoko Suzuki - Political Writing Beyond Borders: Charlotte Stanley and Margaret Cavendish.
  • Valerie G. Derbyshire - Words and Pictures: Charlotte Smith (1749-1806) and the works of the artists of her day.

The Hakluyt Society is pleased to announce the 2018 edition of the Hakluyt Society Essay Prize

For the fourth year in succession, the Hakluyt Society awards its annual Essay Prize of £750. Winners will also receive a one-year membership of the Hakluyt Society. The Society hopes that the winning essay will be published, either in the Society’s online journal or in a recognised academic journal. Prize winners agree to acknowledge the receipt of their award in any future publication of the Prize essay. In addition, they will be expected to contribute to the Society’s public dissemination as appropriate.

Eligibility criteria

The competition is open to any registered graduate student at a higher education institution (a university or equivalent) or to anyone who has been awarded a (post-)graduate degree in the past three years. Proof of student status or of the date of a degree must accompany any submission. Allowance can be made for parental leave.

Scope and subject matter

Before considering the submission of an essay, entrants should visit the Hakluyt Society’s website to make themselves aware of the objectives of the Society and the scope and nature of its publications. Essays should be based on original research in any discipline in the humanities or social sciences, and on an aspect of the history of travel, exploration and cultural encounter or their effects, in the tradition of the work of the Society.

Essays should be in English (except for such citations in languages other than English as may appear in footnotes or endnotes) and between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length (including notes, excluding bibliography). Illustrations, diagrams and tables essential to the text fall outside the word count. Submissions should be unpublished, and not currently in press, in production or under review elsewhere.

Submission procedures and deadline

Essays should be submitted as email attachments in Word (.doc) format to the Administrator of the Hakluyt Society by 30 November 2017. The entrant’s name, address (including preferred email address), institutional affiliation (if any, with date of admission), and degrees (if any, with dates of conferment) should appear within the body of the email, together with a note of the title of the submitted essay. The subject line of the email should include the words ‘HAKLUYT SOCIETY ESSAY PRIZE’ and the author’s name. By submitting an essay, an entrant certifies that it is the entrant’s own original work.

Selection procedure

The Judging Panel encourages innovative submissions that make an important contribution to knowledge, or a critical or methodological contribution to scholarship. The Panel and selected reviewers will pay attention to the analytical rigour, originality, wider significance, depth and scope of the work, as well as to style and presentation. The Panel comprises selected academic faculty from among the Hakluyt Society’s Council, including the Editorial Board of The Journal of the Hakluyt Society.

The Prize Committee reserves the right not to award a prize, if no submission is judged to be of sufficient merit. The Committee’s decision will be announced in April 2018.

More information here.

Graduate Research Fellowship Opportunity
The Florida Atlantic University Libraries and the Huntington Library are jointly offering three new short-term academic research fellowships. Applications are encouraged from advanced humanities graduate students in fields related to the collections, which are particularly strong in Anglo-American political philosophy, the American and French revolutions, the English Civil War, and religion and reform movements. Further information can be found here. Deadline: November 30, 2017

British Records Association Annual Conference, 30 November 2017

This years’ Conference is on the theme ‘Shops and Shopping in the Archives: a nation of recordkeepers?’ and papers will cover research which has used archives for a variety of subjects around retailing, customers and consumerism.

Speakers include Alan Crosby, Phil Lyon, Peter Scott, Jon Stobart, Shelley Tickell and Laura Ugolini, who will cover different aspects of shoppers and shopping from the eighteenth century up to the present day. 

There will also be panel discussions of archivists and historians on the preservation and loss of records of high street shops major department stores and chain stores such as Woolworths.

The Conference will be held on Thursday 30 November at 70 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, London EC1M 6EJ. Map

A full programme and booking information is available via the BRA’s website

The Politics of the Countryside, from the Fourteenth to the Twentieth Century
Winter conference of the British Agricultural History Society
Saturday 2 December 2017, 10.00-4.30.
Institute for Historical Research, Senate House, Malet St., London WC1

This is a one-day conference addressing political actors and actions in the countryside from medieval to modern times in Britain. Papers will examine disputes over commons in late medieval England; the politics of improvement and anti-improvement in seventeenth-century drainage; the agricultural labourer in the light of nineteenth-century racial politics; and the politics of the 1981 Wildlife and Countryside Act. There will also be a roundtable on current approaches to categorizing and understanding the history of rural politics.

Speakers are Maïka de Keyser (Utrecht University), Elly Robson (University of Cambridge), Carl Griffin (University of Sussex), Matthew Kelly (Northumbria University, Briony MacDonagh (University of Hull), Calre Griffiths (Cardiff University) and Chris Briggs (University of Cambridge).

The cost of the conference is £30 (with lunch) or £15 (without lunch). To register and view the full program, click here.  For queries please contact Paul Warde.

Witness Seminar:The Introduction of the NHS Internal Market

On 5 December 2017 a witness seminar will be held in London on the introduction of the NHS internal market in 1991, the first significant step towards managed competition in the NHS through the purchaser/provider split. The event will bring together leading representatives of the medical profession, civil service, health services management, health economics and government to discuss the origins of the reforms, their aims and their impact. As the NHS faces an uncertain future, what lessons can we learn from one of the most important moments in its recent history?

Confirmed participants include:
  • Professor Nick Bosanquet.
  • Andrew Burchell
  • Kenneth Clarke MP.
  • Professor Alain Enthoven. 
  • Sir Graham Hart.
  • Strachan Heppell
  • Professor Walter Holland.
  • John James.
  • Kenneth Jarrold. 
  • Professor Marshall Marinker.
  • Professor Alan Maynard.
  • Dr John Marks.
  • Bob Nicholls.
  • Dr Geoffrey Rivett.
  • Dr Jonathan Shapiro.
  • Dr Graham Winyard.

Chair: Nick Timmins, Author of The Five Giants.

Tuesday 5 December 2017
13.30 – 17.00
The University of Liverpool in London
33 Finsbury Square

A number of audience spaces will be available. To apply, or for more information please send email.

Accepting Applications - Yale Center for British Art Residential Scholar Awards

Residential Scholar Awards

The Yale Center for British Art offers three types of short-term residential awards to scholars undertaking research related to British art. While in residence, scholars have access to the Center’s rich holdings of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts, as well as primary and secondary reference materials. Scholars are also able to take advantage of the extensive collections at other Yale museums and libraries. They are given a dedicated working space in the Center’s Reference Library and encouraged to participate in events and programs, as well as to engage with the scholarly community of the university.

Visiting Scholar Awards

These awards provide academic, museum, and independent scholars, as well as doctoral students, working in any field related to British visual and material culture an opportunity to study the Center’s collection. The closing date for the 2018/2019 award is Monday, January 08, 2018. Apply Now.

Curatorial Scholar Awards

These awards are intended for curators who are based in museums in the UK and engaged in significant curatorial work in any field of British art. Applications from curators at municipal and regional museums are especially encouraged. The closing date for the 2018/2019 awards is Monday, January 15, 2018. 
Apply Now.

AHRC International Placement Scheme (IPS) Scholar Awards

These awards are open to early career researchers, research assistants, and doctoral students funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council. Applications must be made through the AHRC. The call for applications will be announced by the AHRC in the fall of 2017. Applicants should visit the AHRC IPS website

Residential Scholar Awards Brochure

Seminar on Low Countries History, Maartje Janse (Leiden), ‘The Dutch Abolitionist Movement and the Challenge of British Mass Politics in the Nineteenth Century’
Wolfson Room I, basement, Senate House, London
19 January, 5:15 pm
Reception afterwards. All welcome!

Black Tudors: Three Untold Stories
14 March 2018, 5:00 PM
IAS Seminar Room 11, first floor, South Wing, UCL
Dr. Miranda Kaufmann tells the intriguing tales of three Africans: a diver employed by Henry VIII to recover guns from the wreck of the Mary Rose, a Moroccan woman baptised in Elizabethan London, and a porter who whipped a fellow servant at their master’s Gloucestershire manor house.

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Britain and the World 
Volume: 9, Number: 2 (September, 2016) 

Andrew M. Roe, Waging War in Waziristan: The British Struggle in the Land of Bin Laden, 1849–1947

Sarah Dry, The Newton Papers: The Strange and True Odyssey of Isaac Newton's Manuscripts

Lee Jackson, Dirty Old London: The Victorian Fight Against Filth 

Philip J. Stern and Carl Wennerlind (eds), Mercant-ilism Reimagined: Political Economy in Early Modern Britain and its Empire 

Nick Carter (ed.), Britain, Ireland and the Italian Risorgimento
David I. Kertzer

Warren Dockter, Churchill and the Islamic World: Orientalism, Empire and Diplomacy in the Middle East 
Antoine Capet 

Mark G. Hanna, Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570–1740 
Jeremy Black

Janet Polasky, Revolutions without Borders: The Call to Liberty in the Atlantic World 
Mark Philp

Guy Woodward, Culture, Northern Ireland, and the Second World War 
Tom Walker 

Jeremy Black, The British Empire: A History and a Debate 
John M. MacKenzie 

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British Catholic History
Volume 32 - Issue 03 - May 2015

Review Article
Church and State: The Manning-Gladstone correspondence, 1833–1891
V. Alan McClelland

Joshua Rodda, Public Religious Disputation in England, 1558-1626
Kathryn Wolford

Silvia Mostaccio, Early Modern Jesuits between Obedience and Conscience during the Generalate of Claudio Acquaviva (1581–1615)
James E. Kelly

Arthur F. Marotti and Chanita Goodblatt, eds., Religious Diversity and Early Modern English Texts, Catholic, Judaic, Feminist and Secular Dimensions
Peter Davidson

Martyrdom and Terrorism. Pre-Modern to Contemporary Perspectives, ed. Dominic Janes and Alex Houen, 
Thomas M. McCoog

Mark Chapman, The Fantasy of Reunion. Anglicans, Catholics, and Ecumenism, 1833-1882

Jonathan Bush, ‘Papists’ and Prejudice: Popular Anti-Catholicism and Anglo-Irish Conflict in the North-East of England, 1845-70

Ciaran O’Neill, Catholics of Consequence: Transnational Education, Social Mobility and the Irish Catholic Elite 1850-1900
Moira Martin

T. A. Birrell, Aspects of Book Culture in Early Modern England, Variorum Collected Studies Series
Alison Shell

The British Journal for the History of Science
Volume 49 - Issue 01 - March 2016

Essay Review
Heredity, evolution and development in their (epistemic) environment at the turn of the nineteenth century
Federica Turriziani Colonna

Dennis Danielson, Paradise Lost and the Cosmological Revolution.
Mason Tattersall

David Beck (ed.), Knowing Nature in Early Modern Europe. 
Cornelis J. Schilt

Mark Francis and Michael W. Taylor (eds.), Herbert Spencer: Legacies. 
Gowan Dawson

Katherine C. Epstein, Torpedo: Inventing the Military–Industrial Complex in the United States and Great Britain.
Daniel Volmar

CERCLES Reviews (Oct. 2017

Nathan Abrams (ed.), Hidden in Plain Sight : Jews and Jewishness in British Film, Television and Popular Culture 
 David Dee

Scott Cleary & Ivy Linton Stabell (eds.), New Directions in Thomas Paine Studies 
Kirsten Fischer

Benjamin Dabby, Women as Public Moralists in Britain : From the Bluestockings to Virginia Woolf
Jacqueline Banerjee

John Hills, Good Times, Bad Times : The Welfare Myth of Them and Us 
Rita Griffiths

Kari Kallioniemi, Englishness, Pop and Post-War Britain 
Trevor Harris

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Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture
Volume 86 / Issue 3, October 2017

Ryan McDermott, Tropologies: Ethics and Invention in England, c. 1350–1600. ReFormations Medieval and Early Modern. 
Theresa Tinkle

Peter Lake, Bad Queen Bess? Libels, Secret Histories, and the Politics of Publicity in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Ethan Shagan

Jane Dawson, John Knox. 
Margo Todd

Diarmaid MacCulloch, Thomas Cranmer: A Life. Revised edition. 

Jonathan Michael Gray, Oaths and the English Reformation
Brad Pardue

Adrian Green, Building for England: John Cosin's Architecture in Renaissance Durham and Cambridge. 
Debora Shuger 

Douglas A. Sweeney, Edwards the Exegete: Biblical Interpretation and Anglo-Protestant Culture on the Edge of the Enlightenment
Robert E. Brown

Margaret H. Turnham, Catholic Faith and Practice in England 1779–1992: The Role of Revivalism and Renewal. 
Oliver Rafferty

Mary Riso, The Narrative of the Good Death: The Evangelical Deathbed in Victorian England.  
Erik R. Seeman 

Comparative Studies in Society and History
Volume 58 - Issue 02 - April 2016

Richard B. Allen, European Slave Trading in the Indian Ocean, 1500–1850. 
Benjamin N. Lawrance

Continuity and Change
Volume 32 / Issue 3, November 2017

A. T. Brown, Rural society and economic change in County Durham: recession and recovery, c. 1400–1640 

Ritika Prasad, Tracks of change: railways and everyday life in Colonial India 

Anthony Buxton, Domestic culture in early modern England

Craig Spence, Accidents and violent death in early modern London 1650–1750

Cultural History 
Volume: 5, Number: 1 (April, 2016) 

Allen J. Frantzen, Food, Eating and Identity in Early Medieval England 
Irina A. Dumitrescu

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Early Music
Volume 44, Issue 4, 1 November 2016

no reviews relevant to British History in this issue

English Historical Review
Volume 132, Issue 556 (June 2017)

Review article
The Many Lives of Margaret Thatcher 
Robert Saunders

John D. Niles, The Idea of Anglo-Saxon England 1066–1901: Remembering, Forgetting, Deciphering, and Renewing the Past
Ben Snook

Richard S. Kay, The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law
Grant Tapsell

Karl Gunther, Reformation Unbound: Protestant Visions of Reform in England, 1525–1590
Jonathan Willis

Paul Webster, King John and Religion
Sophie Ambler

Physical Evidence for Ritual Acts, Sorcery and Witchcraft in Christian Britain: A Feeling for Magic, ed. Ronald Hutton 
Roberta Gilchrist

Stefanie Schild, Der Investiturstreit in England
J Peltzer

Ron Baxter, The Royal Abbey of Reading
R Koopmans

Dillian Gordon, The Wilton Diptych
Nigel Saul

Chris Given-Wilson, Henry IV
Andrew M Spencer

Margaret Aston, Broken Idols of the English Reformation
Felicity Heal

Anders Ingram, Writing the Ottomans: Turkish History in Early Modern England
Christopher Toenjes

Sarah C.E. Ross, Women, Poetry and Politics in Seventeenth-Century Britain
S J Wiseman

Lionel Laborie, Enlightening Enthusiasm: Prophecy and Religious Experience in Early Eighteenth-Century England
William Gibson

James A. Harris, Hume: An Intellectual Biography
Tim Stuart-Buttle

Warren Swain, The Law of Contract 1670–1870
Stephen Bogle

Spaces for Feeling: Emotions and Sociabilities in Britain, 1650–1850, ed. Susan Broomhall 
Laura Alston

Bob Harris, A Tale of Three Cities: The Life and Times of Lord Daer 1763–1794
David Allan

Transnational Perspectives on Modern Irish History, ed. Niall Whelehan 
T C Barnard

Angus Hawkins, Victorian Political Culture: ‘Habits of Heart and Mind’ 
David Craig

Walking Histories 1800–1914, ed. Chad Bryant, Arthur Burns and Paul Readman 
William Whyte

James H. Murphy, Ireland’s czar: Gladstonian government and the Lord Lieutenancies of the Red Earl Spencer, 1868–86
Michael Huggins

Duncan Bell, Reordering the World: Essays on Liberalism and Empire
Alex Middleton

Clarisse Berthezène, Training Minds for the War of Ideas: Ashridge College, the Conservative Party and the Cultural Politics of Britain, 1929–54
Jose Harris

Chris Vaughan, Darfur: Colonial Violence, Sultanic Legacies and Local Politics, 1916–1956
Heather J Sharkey

Consuming Behaviours: Identity, Politics, and Pleasure in Twentieth-Century Britain, ed. Erika Rappaport, Sandra Trudgen Dawson and Mark J. Crowley
Eloise Moss

Graham Spencer, From Armed Struggle to Political Struggle: Republican Tradition and Transformation in Northern Ireland
Sarah Campbell

The Edinburgh History of Education in Scotland, ed. Robert Anderson, Mark Freeman and Lindsay Paterson 
Heather Holmes

In Next Issue

Marine Insurance: Origins and Institutions, 1300–1850, ed. A.B. Leonard 
Anne L. Murphy

Kenneth O. Morgan, My Histories
R.J.W Evans

Records of Early English Drama: Civic London to 1558, ed. Anne Lancashire 
Ian W. Archer

The Material Culture of Daily Living in the Anglo-Saxon World, ed. Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R. Owen-Crocker
John Blair

Tessa Whitehouse, The Textual Culture of English Protestant Dissent, 1720–1800
D.W. Bebbington

Julie V. Gottlieb, ‘Guilty Women’, Foreign Policy, and Appeasement in Inter-War Britain
Jennifer Davey

The Cartulary of St Leonard’s Hospital, York: Rawlinson Volume, ed. David X Carpenter 
​Nicholas Karn

Caitriona Clear, Women’s Voices in Ireland: Women’s Magazines in the 1950s and 1960s
Maria Luddy

Economic Direction and Generational Change in Twentieth-Century Britain: The Case of the Scottish Coalfields
Jim Phillips

Miriam Elizabeth Burstein, Victorian Reformations: Historical Fiction and Religious Controversy, 1820–1900
Rosemary Mitchell

Crawford Gribben and Scott Spurlock, Puritans and Catholics in the Trans-Atlantic World, 1600–1800
John Donoghue

Andrew Lownie, Stalin’s Englishman: The Lives of Guy Burgess 
Matthew Hughes

Gillian Sutherland, In Search of the New Woman: Middle-Class Women and Work in Britain 1870–1914
Laura Schwartz

James Nott, Going to the Palais: A Social and Cultural History of Dancing and Dance Halls in Britain, 1918–1960
A Bartie

Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book, ed. David Roffe and K.S.B. Keats-Rohan 
Judith A Green

Scottish Episcopal Acta, I: The Twelfth Century, ed. Norman Shead 
Julia Barrow

Donnacha Sean Lucey, The End of the Irish Poor Law?: Welfare and Healthcare Reform in Revolutionary and Independent Ireland
Maria Luddy

Adrian Williamson, Conservative Economic Policymaking and the Birth of Thatcherism, 1964–1979, 
Peter Sloman

Yuichi Akae, A Mendicant Sermon Collection from Composition to Reception: The Novum opus dominicale of John Waldeby, OESA
F G Hill

Peasants and Lords in the Medieval English Economy: Essays in Honour of Bruce M.S. Campbell, ed. Maryanne Kowaleski, John Langdon and Phillipp R. Schofield 
Ian Forrest

Berny Sèbe, Heroic Imperialists in Africa: The Promotion of British and French Colonial Heroes, 1870–1939
Justin D Livingstone

Language in Medieval Britain: Networks and Exchanges: Proceedings of the 2013 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. Mary Carruthers 
Helen Cooper

Adam Chapman, Welsh Soldiers in the Later Middle Ages, 1282–1422 
David Green

Peter Lake and Isaac Stephens, Scandal and Religious Identity in Early Stuart England: A Northamptonshire Maid’s Tragedy
Alastair Bellany

Alban Hood, From Repatriation to Revival: Continuity and Change in the English Benedictine Congregation 1795–1850
Maurice Whitehead

Westminster, I: The Art, Architecture and Archaeology of the Royal Abbey and II: The Art, Architecture and Archaeology of the Royal Palace, ed. Warwick Rodwell and Tim Tatton-Brown
William Chester Jordan

Nile Green,The Love of Strangers: What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen’s London 
N Chatterjee

Authority, Gender and Emotions in Late Medieval and Early Modern England, ed. Susan Broomhall
Gender and Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Destroying Order, Structuring Disorder, ed. Susan Broomhall 
Eric Josef Carlson

Robert Appelbaum, Terrorism Before the Letter: Mythography and Political Violence in England, Scotland, and France 1559–1642
Alastair Bellany

Devotional Culture in Late Medieval England and Europe: Diverse Imaginations of Christ’s Life, ed. Stephen Kelly and Ryan Perry 
Sarah McKeon

Andrew Sneddon, Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland 
Raymond Gillespie

Juliana Dresvina, A Maid with a Dragon: The Cult of St Margaret of Antioch in Medieval England 
Katherine L French

Ángel Alloza Aparicio, Diplomacia caníbal: España y Gran Bretaña en la pugna por el dominio del mundo, 1638–1660
John Edwards

Sally Sheard, The Passionate Economist: How Brian Abel-Smith Shaped Global Health and Social Welfare.
Julia Moses

David Farr, Major General Thomas Harrison: Millenarianism, Fifth Monarchism and the English Revolution 1616–1660 
Martyn Bennett

Christianities in the Early Modern Celtic World, ed. Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin 
C Gribben

Sin and Salvation in Reformation England, ed. Jonathan Willis 
Eric Josef Carlson

Jessica Winston, Lawyers at Play: Literature, Law, and Politics at the Early Modern Inns of Court, 1558–1581
J Christopher Warner

Lorenzo Kamel, Imperial Perceptions of Palestine: British Influence and Power in Late Ottoman Times
Martin Bunton

James Kirby, Historians and the Church of England: Religion and Historical Scholarship, 1870–1920

Peter Thorsheim, Waste into Weapons: Recycling in Britain during the Second World War

Dominic Sandbrook, The Great British Dream Factory: The Strange History of Our National Imagination
David Fowler

Kevin Gilmartin, William Hazlitt: Political Essayist 
Quentin Bailey

D.A.B. Ronald, Youth, Heroism and War Propaganda: Britain and the Young Maritime Hero, 1745–1820
E Wilson

Mike Huggins, Vice and the Victorians
Peter K Andersson

Janet E. Mullin, A Sixpence at Whist: Gaming and the English Middle Classes, 1680–1830  
Susan E Whyman

Michael R. Watts, The Dissenters. Vol. III: The Crisis and Conscience of Nonconformity
Dominic Erdozain

Mark G. Hanna, Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570–1740
John Donoghue

Memoirs of the Court of George III. Vol. I: The Memoirs of Charlotte Papendiek (1765–1840), ed. Michael Kassler; Vol. II: Mary Delany (1700–1788) and the Court of King George III, ed. Alain Kerhervè; Vol. III: The Diary of Lucy Kennedy (1790–1816), ed. Lorna J. Clark; Vol. IV: The Diary of Queen Charlotte, 1789 and 1794, ed. Michael Kassler
G M Ditchfield

Susan Pedersen, The Guardians: The League of Nations and the Crisis of Empire
Marc-William Palen

Norman Jones, Governing by Virtue: Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabethan England
Natalie Mears

Kingship, Legislation and Power in Anglo-Saxon England, eds. Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Brian W. Schneider 
Stephen Baxter

Robert M. Andrews, Lay Activism and the High Church Movement of the Late Eighteenth Century: The Life and Thought of William Stevens, 1732–1807
Colin Haydon

Christopher Maginn and Steven G. Ellis, The Tudor Discovery of Ireland
Campaign Journals of the Elizabethan Wars, ed. David Edwards 
Andrew Hadfield

Aysha Pollnitz, Princely Education in Early Modern Britain
J S Crown

Healthcare in Ireland and Britain from 1850: Voluntary, Regional and Comparative Perspectives, ed. Donncha Seán Lucey and Virginia Crossman 
Mary E Daly

The History of Oxford University Press (3 vols.) 
Elisabeth Leedham-Green

Ivan Gibbons, The British Labour Party and the Establishment of the Irish Free State, 1918–24
Darragh Gannon

The Historical Journal
Volume 59 - Issue 02 - June 2016

Review Article

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History Workshop Journal
Vol. 81, No. 1, Spring 2016

Allison P. Hobgood, Passionate Playgoing in Early Modern England
Will Tosh

Carolyn Steedman, An Everyday Life of the English Working Class: Work, Self and Sociability in the early Nineteenth Century
Selina Todd

Alban Webb, London Calling: Britain, the BBC World Service and the Cold WarDiasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the BBC World Service (1932–2012), ed. Marie Gillespie and Alban Webb, Simon J. Potter, Broadcasting Empire: the BBC and the British World, 1922–1970
Andrew Whitehead

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Philip Howell, At Home and Astray: The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain
John Beusterien

Rachel Weil, A Plague of Informers: Conspiracy and Political Trust in William III’s England
Mark Knights

Vivienne Richmond, Clothing the Poor in Nineteenth-Century England
Sean Brady

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Innes Review 
Volume: 67, Number: 1 (May, 2016)

A House That Thieves Might Knock At: Proceedings of the 2010 Stirling and 2011 Dundee Conferences (Tower Studies, 1 & 2). Edited by Richard

Supplications from England and Wales in the Registers of the Apostolic Penitentiary, 1410–1503. Edited by Peter D. Clarke and Patrick N. R. Zutshi
R. N. Swanson

Ian A. Olson, Bludie Harlaw: Realities, Myths, Ballads 
David Moses 

Scottish Witches and Witch-Hunters. Palgrave Historical Studies in Witchcraft and Magic. Edited by Julian Goodare 
Elizabeth Ewan 

Alistair Mutch, Religion and National Identity: Governing Scottish 
Emma Macleod

Anthony Cooke, A History of Drinking: The Scottish Pub since 1700 
Ian Donnachie

Alana Harris, Faith in the family: A lived religion historof English Catholicism, 1945–82 
Darren Tierney

International Review of Social History
Volume 61 - Issue 01 - April 2016

Simon P Newman. A New World of Labor. The Development of Plantation Slavery in the British Atlantic.
Richard Drayton

Heather Shore. London’s Criminal Underworlds, c.1720–c.1930. A Social and Cultural History
John Welshman

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John Gaffney, Leadership and the Labour Party: Narrative and Performance.
Christopher Massey
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Lindsey Earner-Byrne, Letters of the Catholic Poor: Poverty in Independent Ireland, 1920-1940.
David Kilgannon

William Cavert, The Smoke of London.
Elly RobsonWilliam 

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Please note that reviews, CFPs, news,etc. include only those that explicitly concern historical scholarship on Britain.  So, there are no reviews here of books on Spanish history. Also there are no notices of conferences on the Holocaust [even those being held in the U.K.]  Obviously, non-British history topics will be relevant and of interest to historians of Britain but it falls outside the purview of this website.
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Journal of British Cinema and Television 
Volume: 14, Number: 2 (April, 2017)

Barbara Roisman Cooper, Great Britons of Stage and Screen: In Conversation 
Adrian Garvey

Nicole Cloarec, David Haigron and Delphine Letort (eds), Social Class on British and American Screens: Essays on Cinema and Television 
Sue Harper

Melanie Bell, Julie Christie 
Christine Geraghty

Joy I. Payne, Reel Rebels: The London Film-makers’ Co-operative, 1966–1996 
Jo Comino

Sian Barber, Using Film as a Source 
Richard Farmer 

Journal of British Studies
Volume 56 / Issue 1, January 2017

Joanna Bellis, The Hundred Years War in Literature, 1337–1600. 
Denise N. Baker

Martin Brett and David A. Woodman , eds. The Long Twelfth-Century View of the Anglo-Saxon Past. Studies in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland. 
Elaine Treharne

Antony Buxton, Domestic Culture in Early Modern England. Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History 24.
Laurie Ellinghausen

Norma Clarke, Brothers of the Quill: Oliver Goldsmith in Grub Street. 
Melissa Bailes

Tarnya Cooper et al., eds., Painting in Britain, 1500–1630: Production, Influences, and Patronage
Sara Trevisan

James Daybell and Andrew Gordon , eds., Cultures of Correspondence in Early Modern Britain. Material Texts
Eve Tavor Bannet

Katherine Eggert,  Disknowledge: Literature, Alchemy, and the End of Humanism in Renaissance England. 
Miranda Wilson

Peter Elmer, Witchcraft, Witch-Hunting, and Politics in Early Modern England
Gary K. Waite

Chris Given-Wilson . Henry IV. The Yale English Monarchs Series. 
Jonathan Good

Richard Huscroft, Tales from the Long Twelfth Century: The Rise and Fall of the Angevin Empire
Stephen Marritt

Mark A. Hutchinson, Calvinism, Reform and the Absolutist State in Elizabethan Ireland. Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World 20. 
Rory Rapple

Heather Kerr, David Lemmings, and Robert Phiddian, eds., Passions, Sympathy and Print Culture: Public Opinion and Emotional Authenticity in Eighteenth-Century Britain.
Jeanne Britton 

Dmitri Levitin, Ancient Wisdom in the Age of the New Science: Histories of Philosophy in England, c. 1640–1700. Ideas in Context 113. 
Ted McCormick 

Danielle McCormack,  The Stuart Restoration and the English in Ireland. Irish Historical Monographs. 
Mark Williams

Femke Molekamp, Women and the Bible in Early Modern England: Religious Reading and Writing
Sharon Arnoult

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Renaud Morieux, The Channel: England, France and the Construction of a Maritime Border in the Eighteenth Century
Sarah Kinkel 

Deirdre Ní Chuanacháin, Utopianism in Eighteenth-Century Ireland
Artur Blaim

Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin and Robert Armstrong, eds., Christianities in the Early Modern Celtic World
D. Densil Morgan

Murray Pittock, Culloden. Great Battles. 
Geoffrey Plank

Lois G. Schwoerer, Gun Culture in Early Modern England
Nate Probasco

Cathryn Spence, Women, Credit, and Debt in Early Modern Scotland. Gender in History. 
Jane Whittle 

W. R. Streitberger, The Masters of the Revels and Elizabeth I's Court Theatre
Catherine Loomis

Frances Timbers, The Magical Adventures of Mary Parish: The Occult World of Seventeenth-Century London. Early Modern Studies 16.
Malcolm Gaskill 

Paul Webster,  King John and Religion. Studies in the History of Medieval Religion.
Janet Burton 

C. M. Woolgar, The Culture of Food in England, 1200–1500. 
Joel T. Rosenthal 

Kieran Allen, 1916 : Ireland's Revolutionary Tradition
Mark McCarthy

Sarah Amato, Beastly Possessions: Animals in Victorian Consumer Culture
Barbara K. Seeber 

Colin Barr and Hilary M. Carey , eds., Religion and Greater Ireland: Christianity and Irish Global Networks, 1750–1950
Michael P. Carroll

Richard Bourke and Ian McBride, eds., The Princeton History of Modern Ireland
Vernon Bogdanor 

Peter J. Capuano,  Changing Hands: Industry, Evolution, and the Reconfiguration of the Victorian Body. 
Susan Zlotnick

Gilly Carr, Paul Sanders, and Louise Willmot, Protest, Defiance, and Resistance in the Channel Islands: German Occupation, 1940–1945
Daniel Travers 

Stephen Casper,  The Neurologists: A History of a Medical Specialty in Modern Britain, c. 1789–2000
Anne Stiles 

David Cesarani,  Disraeli: The Novel Politician. Yale Jewish Lives. 
Frederick M. Schweitzer 

Gowan Dawson, Show Me the Bone: Reconstructing Prehistoric Monsters in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America
Michael D. Barton 

Thomas Dixon, Weeping Britannia: Portrait of a Nation in Tears
Gary Kuchar 

Neil Faulkner, Lawrence of Arabia's War: The Arabs, the British, and the Remaking of the Middle East in WWI. 
Stephen E. Tabachnick

Eric Gidal, Ossianic Unconformities: Bardic Poetry in the Industrial Age. Under the Sign of Nature. 
Janet Sorensen

Robert T. Harrison, Britain in the Middle East, 1619–1971
Zach Levey

Allan Hepburn, ed., Around 1945: Literature, Citizenship, Rights
Bridget Chalk

Geoff Horn, Crossing the Floor: Reg Prentice and the Crisis of British Social Democracy.
Dean Blackburn 

Philip Howell, At Home and Astray. The Domestic Dog in Victorian Britain.
Pauline Macadré 

James Kirb,  Historians and the Church of England: Religion and Historical Scholarship, 1870–1920. Oxford Historical Monographs. 
Michael Bentley

Murray Stewart Leith and Duncan Sim eds., The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives.
Richard J. Finlay 

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Michael Meranze and Saree Makdisi, eds., Imagining the British Atlantic after the American Revolution. UCLA Clark Memorial Library Series 23. 
Brendan Gillis

John Mullen, The Show Must Go On! Popular Song in Britain during the First World War. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. 
Kate Guthrie

Jane Platt, Subscribing to Faith? The Anglican Parish Magazine, 1859–1929. Histories of the Sacred and Secular, 1700–2000. 
Margaret Beetham

Thomas A. Prendergast, Poetical Dust: Poets’ Corner and the Making of Britain. Haney Foundation Series. 
Samantha Matthews 

James Quinn, Young Ireland and The Writing of Irish History.
John Morrow

Jeff Rosen, Julia Margaret Cameron's ‘Fancy Subjects’: Photographic Allegories of Victorian Identity and Empire
Jennifer Green-Lewis 

Caroline Shaw, Britannia's Embrace: Modern Humanitarianism and the Imperial Origins of Refugee Relief
Jordanna Bailkin

Marc W. Steinberg, England's Great Transformation: Law, Labor, and the Industrial Revolution
Joyce Burnette 

Barbara Tomlinson, Commemorating the Seafarer: Monuments, Memorials and Memory.
Jennifer L. Speelman  

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The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Volume 67 - Issue 02 - April 2016

The Anglo-Saxon psalter. By M. J. Toswell. 
Francis Leneghan

Hagiography in Anglo-Saxon England. Adopting and adapting saints’ Lives into Old English prose (c. 950–1150). Edited by Loredana Lazzari, Patrizia Lendinara and Claudia Di Sciacca
Paul Cavill

English Episcopal Acta, XLIII: Coventry and Lichfield, 1215–1256; XLIV: Coventry and Lichfield, 1256–1295. Edited by J. H. Denton and P. M. Hoskin. 
John Hudson

University education of the parochial clergy in medieval England. The Lincoln diocese, c.1300–c.1350. By Donald F. Logan.
Michael Robson

The prelate in England and Europe, 1300–1560. Edited by Martin Heale. 
Alison K. McHardy

Translating resurrection. The debate between William Tyndale and George Joye in its historical and theological context. By Gergely M. Juhász. 
Jonathan Reimer
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Politics, gender, and belief. The long-term impact of the Reformation. Essays in memory of Robert M. Kingdon. Edited by Amy Nelson Burnett, Kathleen M. Comerford and Karin Maag
David Gehring

Metrical psalmody in print and practice. English singing psalms and Scottish psalm buiks, c. 1547–1640. By Timothy Duguid. 
Jonathan Willis

Calvinism, reform and the absolutist state in Elizabethan Ireland. By Mark A. Hutchinson. 
Henry A. Jefferies

Charles I and the people of England. By David Cressy. 
Noah Millstone

Richard Baxter's ‘Reformed Liturgy’. A Puritan alternative to the Book of Common Prayer. By Glen J. Segger.
Judith Maltby

The letterbooks of John Evelyn, I: British Library Add MS 78298; II: British Library Add MS 78299. Edited by Douglas D. C. Chambers and David Galbraith
C. D. C. Armstrong

The Christian monitors. The Church of England and the age of benevolence, 1680–1730. By Brent S. Sirota. 
Mark Goldie

Anglican clergy in Australia, 1788–1850. Building a British world. By Michael Gladwin. 
Rowan Strong

An Anglican British world. The Church of England and the expansion of the settler empire, c.1790–1860. By Joseph Hardwick. 
Gareth Atkins

Bishop McIlvaine, slavery, Britain and the Civil War. By Richard W. Smith. 
Ryan J. Butler

Theology and society in three cities. Berlin, Oxford and Chicago, 1800–1914. By Mark D. Chapman. 
Daniel Inman

Philanthropy and the funding of the Church of England, 1856–1914. By Sarah Flew.
W. M. Jacob

Evangelicalism and the Church of England in the twentieth century. Reform, resistance and renewal. Edited by Andrew Atherstone and John Maiden.
Mark Hutchinson

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The Journal of Economic History
Volume 77 / Issue 3, August 2017

Peter Razzell, Mortality, Marriage and Population Growth in England, 1550–1850.  
Neil Cummins

The Later Medieval Inquisitions Post Mortem: Mapping the Medieval Countryside and Rural Society. Edited by Michael Hicks
Stephen H. Rigby

Trevor Burnard and John Garrigus,  The Plantation Machine: Atlantic Capitalism in French Saint-Domingue and British Jamaica.
Craig Palsson

Journal of Scottish Historical Studies
Volume 37, Issue 2, November, 2017

Johnny Rodger, The Hero Building: An Architecture of Scottish National Identity
Kevin Guyan

Louise Settle, Sex For Sale in Scotland: Prostitution in Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1900–1939
Nina Attwood

A.D. Morrison-Low, Photography: A Victorian Sensation
Sara Stevenson and A.D. Morrison-Low, Scottish Photography: The First Thirty Years
Norman H. Reid

David Taylor, The Wild Black Region: Badenoch 1750–1800
Micky Gibbard

Janay Nugent and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Children and Youth in Premodern Scotland
Steven J. Taylor

Jeffrey Meek, Queer Voices in Post-War Scotland: Male Homosexuality, Religion and Society
Alison Chand, Masculinities on Clydeside: Men in Reserved Occupations during the Second World War
Helen Smith

John R. Barrett, The Making of a Scottish Landscape: Moray's regular revolution, 1760–1840
Annie Tindley

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Journal of Social History
Volume 50 Issue 4, June 2017

Barbour’s Bruce and its Cultural Contexts: Politics, Chivalry and Literature in Late Medieval Scotland. Edited by Steven Boardman and Susan Foran 
Elizabeth Hanna

Nancy W. Ellenberger, Balfour’s World: Aristocracy and Political Culture and the Fin de Siècle. 
Amy Milne-Smith

James Fox, British Art and the First World War, 1914–1924. 
Zoë Thomas

Building the Atlantic Empires: Unfree Labor and Imperial States in the Political Economy of Capitalism, ca. 1500–1914. Edited by John Donoghue and Evelyn P. Jennings 
Jeremy Adelman

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Martin Ingram, Carnal Knowledge: Regulating Sex in England, 1470-1600
Shannon McSheffrey

Matt Houlbrook, Prince of Tricksters: The Incredible True Story of Netley Lucas, Gentleman Crook. 
Heidi Egginton

Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Volume 39 / Issue 1, March 2017

Hont Istvan, Politics in Commercial Society: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Adam Smith, Edited by Kapossy Béla and Sonenscher Michael 
Benoît Walraevens  

Evensky Jerry, Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations: A Reader’s Guide 
Shinji Nohara

Hale Piers J., Political Descent: Malthus, Mutualism, and the Politics of Evolution in Victorian England
Maxine Montaigne 
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Law and History Review
Volume 34 - Issue 02 - May 2016

no reviews relating specifically to British history in current issue

Northern Scotland 
Volume: 6, Number: 1 (May 2015)

Alasdair Ross, The Kings of Alba, c.1000–c.1130
Neil McGuigan

Peter Anderson, The Stewart Earls of Orkney
Ian Peter Grohse

David Worthington, British and Irish Experiences and Impressions of Central Europe, c.1560–1688. 
Martyna Mirecka

Barry Robertson, Lordship and Power in the North of Scotland: the Noble House of Huntly 1603–1690
Alexander D. Campbell

Allan Kennedy, Governing Gaeldom: The Scottish Highlands and the Restoration State, 1660–1688. 
David Worthington

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Karen J. Cullen, Famine in Scotland. The ‘Ill Years’ of the 1690s
Richard W. Hoyle

Anne Macleod, From An Antique Land. Visual Representations of the Highlands and Islands 1700–1880. 
Alastair J. Durie

Aaron Hoffman,The Temperance Movement in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1830–1845: ‘Distilled Death and Liquid Damnation’. 
David Beckingham

John H. McKay, Scotland's First Oil Boom. The Scottish Shale-Oil Industry, 1851–1914. 
Robin Mackie

A Swedish Field Trip to the Outer Hebrides: In Memory of Sven T. Kjellberg and Olof Hasslöf. 
Compiled and edited by Alexander Fenton with Mark A. Mulhern. 
Andrew G. Newby

Iain J. M. Robertson, Landscapes of Protest in the Scottish Highlands after 1914: The Later Highland Land Wars
James Hunter

Simon J. Potter, Broadcasting Empire. The BBC and the British World, 1922–1970. 
Marjory Harper

John A. Burnett, The Making of the Modern Scottish Highlands 1939–1965: Withstanding the ‘Colossus of Advancing Materialism’. 
Dr Catriona Mackie

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Rural History
Volume 27 - Issue 01 - April 2016

Mark Bailey, The Decline of Serfdom in Late Medieval England: From Bondage to Freedom
Phillipp R. Schofield

Nigel Everett, The Woods of Ireland: A History, 700–1800
Charles Watkins

Jane Platt, ed., The Diocese of Carlisle, 1814–1855: Chancellor Walter Fletcher's ‘Diocesan Book’, with additional material from Bishop Percy's parish notebooks
Sarah Rose

K. Price, Medical Negligence in Victorian Britain: The Crisis of Care under the English Poor Law, c. 1834–1900.
Samantha A. Shave

Brian Short, The Battle of the Fields: Rural Community and Authority in Britain during the Second World War. 
John Martin

​Scottish Historical Review
Volume 96, Number: 1 (April, 2017) 

Ross, Land Assessment and Lordship in Medieval
Northern Scotland 
Alex Woolf

Turpie, Kind Neighbours: Scottish Saints and Society in the Later Middle Ages
Andrea Ruddick

Martin, The Maitland Quarto: A New Edition of Cambridge, Magdalene 
J. Derrick McClure 

Mason and Reid (eds), Andrew Melville (1545–1642): Writings, Reception, and Reputation 
Jane Stevenson

MacCoinnich, Plantation and Civility in the North Atlantic World: The Case of the Northern Hebrides, 1570–1639 
Thomas Brochard 

Spence, Women, Credit, and Debt in Early Modern Scotland 
Rebecca Mason

Wilks, Of Neighing Coursers and of Trumpets Shrill: A Life of Richard, 1st Lord Dingwall and Earl of Desmond (c. 1570–1628) 
Blake I. Campbell

Powell, The Crisis of British Protestantism. Church Power in the Puritan Revolution, 1638–44 
Scott Spurlock

Stewart, Rethinking the Scottish Revolution: Covenanted Scotland, 1637–1651 
Micheál Ó Siochrú

Whitley, A Great Grievance: Ecclesiastical Lay Patronage in Scotland until 1750 
Chris R. Langley

Finlay, Legal Practice in Eighteenth-Century Scotland 
J.D. Ford

Carr, Gender and Enlightenment Culture in Eighteenth-Century Scotland and Plassart, The Scottish Enlightenment and the French Revolution 
Robin Mills 

Grace, Opium and Empire: The Lives and Careers of William Jardine and James Matheson 
Isabella Jackson 

Cooke, Stanley: From Arkwright Village to Commuter Suburb, 1784–2015 
Sally Tuckett

Devine, Independence or Union: Scotland's Past and Scotland's Present 
Kevin Guyan 

Social History of Medicine
Volume 30 Issue 3, August 2017

Anne Stobart, Household Medicine in Seventeenth-Century England 
Elizabeth Lane Furdell

Michael Whitfield, The Dispensaries: Healthcare for the Poor Before the NHS
Jonathan Reinarz                                      

Tom Crook, Governing Systems: Modernity and the Making of Public Health in England, 1830–1910 
Barry M. Doyle

Donnacha Seán Lucey, The End of the Irish Poor Law? Welfare and Healthcare Reform in Revolutionary and Independent Ireland 
Laurence Geary

Alison Adam, A History of Forensic Science: British Beginnings in the Twentieth Century 
Nicholas Duvall

Jameel Hampton, Disability and the Welfare State in Britain: Changes in Perception and Policy 1948–79 
Andy Holroyde

Lisa Marie Griffith and Ciarán Wallace (eds), Grave Matters: Death and Dying in Dublin 1500 to the Present 
Ciara Breathnach

Stephen T. Casper, The Neurologists: A History of Medical Specialty in Modern Britain, c. 1789–2000 
Rachel Elder

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