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Select Recent History Journal TOC
Non-period specific British history journals Jan-Dec 2014
  Vetted Websites 
Textbooks 
Clio, the muse of history
Britain and the World
Volume: 11, Number: 1 (March, 2018)

British Youth Cultures and the Wider World

Ambivalent Relationships: London's Youth Culture and the Making of the Multi-Racial Society in the 1960s 
Felix Fuhg 
Abstract

Squatting: The Fight for Decent Shelter, 1970s–1980s 
John Marsland
Abstract

Bloody Revolutions, Fascist Dreams, Anarchy and Peace: Crass, Rondos and the Politics of Punk, 1977–84
Kirsty Lohman and Matthew Worley
Abstract

From London to Leipzig and Back: A Trans-national Approach to the Endzeit (R)Evolution (1976–92) 
Marlene Schrijnders
Abstract 

John Company Armed: The English East India Company, the Anglo-Mughal War and Absolu-tist Imperialism, c. 1675–1690 
James M. Vaughn
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British Catholic History
Volume 33 - Issue 4 - October 2017

Audiatur et Altera Pars: The Polish Record of the Działyński Embassy of 1597
Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa
Abstract

Martyrs’ blood in the English Reformations
Anastasia Stylianou
Abstract

The Archpriest Controversy: The conservative Appellants against the progressive Jesuits
Thomas Ridgedell
Abstract

The Tixall circle and the musical life of St Monica’s, Louvain
Jane Stevenson
Abstract

Mrs Helena Aylward: A British Catholic mother, spouse and businesswoman in the Commercial Age (1705–1714)
Giada Pizzoni
Abstract

Catholic politics and creating trust in eighteenth-century England
Carys Brown
Abstract 






THE BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE
Volume 51 / Issue 2, June 2018

A cabinet of the ordinary: domesticating veterinary education, 1766–1799
KIT HEINTZMAN
Abstract

Specimens, slips and systems: Daniel Solander and the classification of nature at the world's first public museum, 1753–1768
EDWIN D. ROSE
Abstract

Blood money: Harvey's De motu cordis (1628) as an exercise in accounting
MICHAEL J. NEUSS
Abstract

Science and self-assessment: phrenological charts 1840–1940
FENNEKE SYSLING
Abstract

Forthcoming

Sex in the laboratory: the Family Planning Association and contraceptive science in Britain, 1929–1959
NATASHA SZUHAN
Abstract 


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Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture
Volume 87 / Issue 1, March 2018

Aelred of Rievaulx and the Saints of Hexham: Tradition, Innovation, and Devotion in Twelfth-Century Northern England
Lauren L. Whitnah
Abstract and References

Knowers by Nature and Their Burdens and Blessings: On John Goodwin's Arminian Turn
David Parnham
Abstract and References 








Comparative Critical Studies 
Volume: 15, Number: 1 (February, 2018)

no articles relevant to British history in this issue

Ahead of Print

William Blake Translated: The Creation of Blake's Literary Fame in Spain 
Cristina Flores
Abstract 





Comparative Studies in Society and History
Volume 60 / Issue 3, July 2018

Reforming Everywhere and All at Once: Transitioning to Free Labor across the British Empire, 1837–1838
Kate Boehme, Peter Mitchell, Alan Lester
Abstract​





Continuity and Change
Volume 33 / Issue 1, May 2018

no articles on British history in this issue



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Cultural History 
Volume: 7, Number: 1 (April, 2018)

no articles on British history in this issue




Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Volume 32, Issue suppl_2 December 2017

First We Feel Then We Fall: James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake as an interactive video application 
Katarzyna Bazarnik; Jakub Wróblewski
Abstract




Diplomatic History 
Volume 42, Issue 3, June 2018

no articles on British history in this issue

Forthcoming

In the Shadow of Back-Channels: Britain and the Berlin Four Power Talks, 1968–1971 
Ken Nannichi




Early Music
​Volume 46 Issue 1 February 2018

Being a guitarist in late Georgian England 
Christopher Page
Abstract

​Rediscovering the Regency lute: a checklist of musical sources and extant instruments 
Taro Takeuchi
Abstract

​The mandolin in Britain, 1750–1800
Paul Sparks
Abstract

England’s most Christian king: Henry VIII’s 1513 campaigns and a lost votive antiphon by William Cornysh 
Daisy M Gibbs
Abstract

The Earl of Hertford, Handel, and the 1742–1743 and 1743–1744 opera seasons 
Thomas McGeary
Abstract

Forthcoming 

The Beckfords in England and Italy: a case study in the musical uses of the profits of slavery 
David Hunter
Abstract 

New light on William Babell’s development as a keyboard composer
Andrew Woolley
Abstract

A mechanical source of Turkish music from 18th-century London
Jon Banks Marieke Lefeber
Abstract 

New light on William Babell’s development as a keyboard composer
Andrew Woolley
Abstract 






English Historical Review
Volume 133 Issue 562 June 2018

Making Britain Work Again: Unemployment and the Remaking of British Social Policy in the Eighties
Bernhard Rieger​
Extract

All the World Loves a Lover: Monarchy, Mass Media and the 1934 Royal Wedding of Prince George and Princess Marina 
Edward Owens
​Full Text

Forthcoming

Affairs of Humanity: Arguments for Humanitarian Intervention in England and Europe, 1698–1715
Catherine S Arnold
Abstract

Life After Exile: Former Catholic Émigrés and the Legacy of Flight in Marian England
Frederick E Smith
Abstract and Text

Historical Pageants and the Medieval Past in Twentieth-Century England
Angela Bartie Linda Fleming Mark Freeman Tom Hulme Alexander Hutton Paul Readman
Abstract




The Historical Journal
Volume 61 - Issue 2 - June 2018

WILLIAM PETTY, THE MULTIPLICATION OF MANKIND, AND DEMOGRAPHIC DISCOURSE IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND
PAUL SLACK 
​Abstract

JAMAICAN LEGISLATION AND THE TRANS-ATLANTIC CONSTITUTION, 1664–1839
AARON GRAHAM
Abstract  

SIR JOSEPH BANKS'S PROVINCIAL TURN
JULIAN HOPPIT
Abstract

‘EVERYMAN A CAPITALIST’ OR ‘FREE TO CHOOSE’? EXPLORING THE TENSIONS WITHIN THATCHERITE INDIVIDUALISM
ALED DAVIES, JAMES FREEMAN, HUGH PEMBERTON
Abstract


Forthcoming

THE ROYAL SOCIETY AND THE PREHISTORY OF PEER REVIEW, 1665–1965
NOAH MOXHAM, AILEEN FYFE 
​Abstract

THE EVOLUTION OF ENERGY DEMAND IN BRITAIN: POLITICS, DAILY LIFE, AND PUBLIC HOUSING, 1920s–1970s
FRANK TRENTMANN, ANNA CARLSSON-HYSLOP
​Abstract  

CENSORING AN ‘ENGLISH RENEGADE’ IN GERMANY: THE CASE OF MORGAN PHILIPS PRICE
COLIN STORER
​Abstract 

LITIGATION, THE ANGLO-SCOTTISH UNION, AND THE HOUSE OF LORDS AS THE HIGH COURT, 1660–1875
PHILIP LOFT
​Abstract

ROBESPIERRE, THE DUKE OF YORK, AND PISISTRATUS DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY TERROR
COLIN JONES, SIMON MACDONAL​
Abstract

THE STATE AND THE ASSASSINATION THREAT IN BRITAIN, 1971–1984
SIMON BALL 
Abstract

MEAT AND ECONOMIC EXPERTISE IN THE BRITISH IMPERIAL STATE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR
IAN KUMEKAWA 
​Abstract

THE CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT AND DREAMS OF BRITAIN'S POST-WAR FUTURE
KIT KOWOL
​Abstract 

WHERE WAS THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, 1646–1660?
CHRISTOPHER HAIGH
​Abstract ​ 


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​LANGUAGE AND POWER IN AN ENGLISH CONVENT IN EXILE, c. 1621 – c. 1631
EMILIE K. M. MURPHY
​Abstract

THE UNITED STATES, BRITAIN, AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO NIGERIA
MARCO WYSS
Abstract

JOHN LOCKE AND THE FABLE OF LIBERALISM
TIMOTHY STANTON
​Abstract

ROBERT PERSONS, POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY, AND THE LATE ELIZABETHAN SUCCESSION DEBATE
M. J. M. INNES
​Abstract​ 

PROTESTANT MILITARY HUMANISM IN EARLY STUART IRELAND
D. ALAN ORR 
Abstract

RICHARD HOOKER AS POLITICAL NATURALIST
SIMON P. KENNEDY
Abstract

PAUPER INVENTORIES, SOCIAL RELATIONS, AND THE NATURE OF POOR RELIEF UNDER THE OLD POOR LAW, ENGLAND, c. 1601–1834
JOSEPH HARLEY
Abstract 

REASSESSING FRONTLINE MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS OF THE BRITISH CIVIL WARS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY MEDICAL WORLD
ISMINI PELLS
Abstract

SOCIAL STATUS AND CLASSICISM IN THE VISUAL AND MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE SWEET BANQUET IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND
LOUISE STEWART
Abstract   





History Workshop Journal
Volume 85 Spring 2018

The Fray on the Meadow: Violence and a Moment of Government in Early Tudor England
Jonathan Healey
Abstract

Savage Warfare: Violence and the Rule of Colonial Difference in Early British Counterinsurgenc
Kim A. Wagner
Abstract

Good Citizens? Ugandan Asians, Volunteers and ‘Race’ Relations in 1970s Britain border
Becky Taylor
Abstract

Objects, Emotions and an Early Modern Bed-sheet
Sasha Handley
Abstract

Forging a Politics of Care: Theorizing Household Work in the British Women’s Liberation Movement
Sarah Stoller
Abstract

Accounting for Men’s Work: Multiple Employments and Occupational Identities in Early Modern England 
K Tawny Paul
Abstract

Negotiating Ireland’s ‘Decade of Centenaries’ in the New Age of Brexit 
Peter Leary
Abstract

Queer British Art, 1861–1967 
Jeffrey Weeks
Extract

Letters from London in Black and Red: Claude McKay, Marcus Garvey and the Negro World
Winston James
Abstract

Writing History from Below: Chronicling and Record-Keeping in Early Modern England 
Brodie Waddell
Abstract

Forthcoming

Ready to Disport with You: Homosocial Culture amongst the Wool Merchants of Fifteenth-century Calais 
Rachel E Moss
Abstract

‘The Perilous Territory of Not Belonging’: Exile and Empire in Sir James Mackintosh’s Letters from early nineteenth-century Bombay 
Onni Gust
Abstract

‘The Drug Doctor’: Michael Balint and the Revival of General Practice in Postwar Britain 
Shaul Bar-Haim
Abstract





Huntington Library Quarterly
​vol. 81, no. 1 Spring 2018

“Balaam’s Asse” Uncovered: New Light on the Politics of Prophetical Exegesis in Mid-Jacobean Britain
Emily Jennings
Abstract

The Minister, the Millenarian, and the Madman: The Puritan Lives of William Sedgwick, ca. 1609–1664
Richard Thomas Bell
Abstract

Notes and Documents

Henry Daniel, Medieval English Medicine, and Linguistic Innovation: A Lexicographic Study of Huntington MS HM 505
Sarah Star
Abstract

The “Bewitching Lotteries for Virginia,” 1616–21: A List of Sites and Charitable Donations
E. M. Rose
Abstract

Review Essay

The History of Secret Histories
Brian Cowan
Extract 

Reviewing The Secret History in Literature, 1660–1820, edited by Rebecca Bullard and Rachel Carnell

and 

Peter Burke
Secret History and Historical Consciousness: From Renaissance
to Romanticism




Innes Review 
Volume: 69, Number: 1 (May, 2018) 

Irish chronicles as sources for the history of northern Britain, A.D.660–800 
Nicholas Evans
Abstract

Civility, order and the highlands in Cromwellian Britain 
Allan Kennedy
Abstract

Dom Samuel Gregory Ould OSB (1864–1939), liturgist and musician 
Michael T. R. B. Turnbull
Abstract 





International Review of Social History
Volume 63 - Issue 1 - April 2018

no relevant articles on British history in this issue

Forthcoming

Transportation, Deportation and Exile: Perspectives from the Colonies in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Christian G. De Vito, Clare Anderson, Ulbe Bosma 
Abstract


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Irish Studies
Unwilling to make any kind of implied political claim of English hegemony over Ireland (Northern
or otherwise), I have elected only to provide links to the major journals rather than TOCs.

Irish Social and Economic History

Irish Studies Review

The Irish Review

Irish Historical Studies

Irish University Review




Journal of British Cinema and Television 
Volume: 15, Number: 3 (July, 2018) 

Spies on British Screens

Sherlock Holmes and the Nazis: Fifth Columnists and the People's War in Anglo-American Cinema, 1942–3 
Christopher Smith
Abstract

‘Jumping on the Bondwagon’: The Spy Cycle in British Cinema in the 1960s 
Alan Burton
Abstract

An Absence of Modesty: The Male/Female Dichotomy in Modesty Blaise 
Laura Crossley 
Abstract

Cold War Spaces: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy in Television and Cinema 
Douglas McNaughton
Abstract 

‘The trouble with treachery nowadays’: Revisiting the Age of Treason in Philby, Burgess and Maclean and Blunt 
Joseph Oldham
Abstract

‘I do not like moral horror’: Spooks and the Ethical Challenge of the Secret Services in Twenty-first Century Britain 
Barbara Korte
Abstract

Cold War Nostalgia in The Game 
Nick Barnett
Abstract

Hammer and Beyond: Peter Hutchings's Contribution to the Study of Popular British Cinema and Television 
Johnny Walker
Abstract









Journal of British Studies,
Volume 57 / Issue 3, July 2018

On the Character of a “Great Patriot”: A New Essay Ascribed to Bolingbroke
Joseph Hone, Max Skjönsberg
Abstract

The 1753 Jewish Naturalization Bill and the Polemic over Credit
Avinoam Yuval-Naeh
Abstract 

Success in a Failed Campaign: The French Refugees of Jersey and the Making of an Abstract “Right to Refuge”
Caroline Shaw
Abstract 

“We Hold It in Trust”: Global Wildlife Conservation, Africanization, and the End of Empire
Jeff Schauer
Abstract 

Missionaries, the Monarchy, and the Emergence of Anglican Pluralism in the 1960s and 1970s
Daniel S. Loss
Abstract 

One British Thing: A Bottle of Welfare Orange Juice, c. 1961–1971
Nadja Durbach
Abstract

Roundtable: The Anthropocene in British History
Chris Otter, Alison Bashford, John L. Brooke, Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Jason M. Kelly   Abstract 









The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Volume 69 / Issue 2, April 2018

Anglicanism and Interventionism: Bishop Brent, The United States, and the British Empire in the First World War
MICHAEL SNAPE
Abstract 

Forthcoming

The Church of England, the Nonconformists and Reason: Another Restoration Controversy
CHRISTOPHER HAIGH
Abstract

The Mid-Victorian Revolution in Wesleyan Methodist Home Mission
DAVID W. BEBBINGTON
Abstract 

Martyrologists without Boundaries: The Collaboration of John Foxe and Heinrich Pantaleon
THOMAS S. FREEMAN and DAVID SCOTT GEHRING
Abstract 



The Journal of Economic History
Volume 78 / Issue 1, March 2018

no articles specifically on British history in this issue



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The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies
Volume: 38, Number: 1 (May, 2018) 

Special Issue: Enlightenment and Empire

Roads Not Taken: Alternative Views of the Empire 
Barbara C. Murison
Abstract

Political Virtue and Capital Repatriation: A Jacobite Agenda for Empire 
Allan I. Macinnes
Abstract 

Eighteenth-century Scottish Political Economy and the Decline of Imperial Spain 
Frederick G. Whelan
Abstract

Scots and Access to Spanish America from Before the Union to 1748 
Bruce Lenman 
Abstract

William Robertson on Natural Resources and Cultural Contacts in Colonial America 
Nathaniel Wolloch
Abstract 

Adam Ferguson's Discourse on ‘Rude Nations’ in the Essay and the Critique of Despotic Empire 
Jack A. Hill
Abstract 

‘Sick Nature Blasting’: The Ecological Limits of British Imperialism in Thomson's The Seasons 
Denys Van Renen
Abstract

Transferrable Surveys: Natural History from the Hebrides to South India 
Minakshi Menon
Abstract

Three Scottish Cousins in East India Company Service, 1792–1804 
Frances B. Singh
Abstract 

Scots, Settler Colonization and Indigenous Displacement: Mi'kma'ki, 1770–1820, in Comparative Context 
John G. Reid
Abstract 




Journal of Social History 
Volume 51 Issue 3, Spring 2018

no articles on British history in this issue

Advance Articles

Bedwetting, Doctors, and the Problematization of Youth in Britain and America, c.1800–1980 
Ian Miller
Abstract

“Their Maxim is Vestigia Nulla Restrorsum”: Scottish Return Migration and Capital Repatriation from England, 1603–c. 1760 
Keith M. Brown; Allan Kennedy
Abstract

The 1939 Dickinson-Belskie Birth Series Sculptures: The Rise of Modern Visions of Pregnancy, the Roots of Modern Pro-Life Imagery, and Dr. Dickinson’s Religious Case for Abortion
Rose Holz
Abstract

​“A Fascinating Show for John Citizen and his Wife”: Advertising Exhibitions in Early Twentieth-Century London 
James Taylor
Abstract

The Tarbush Transformation: Oriental Jewish Men and the Significance of Headgear in Ottoman and British Mandate Palestine
Caroline R Kahlenberg
Abstract


Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Volume 40 / Issue 2, June 2018

THE CONTRIBUTION OF ROBERT TORRENS TO RICARDO’S THEORY OF NATURAL WAGE
Olivier Rosell
Abstract

A. J. BROWN, “PHILLIPS’S CURVE,” AND ECONOMIC NETWORKS IN THE 1950S
Kenneth Button
Abstract

Discussion Forum on “‘Keynes, Mill, and Say’s Law,’ by Roy Grieve”

DISCUSSION FORUM ON “‘KEYNES, MILL, AND SAY’S LAW,’ BY ROY GRIEVE”
Stephen Meardon
Abstract

KEYNES, MILL, AND SAY’S LAW: A COMMENT ON ROY GRIEVE’S MISTAKEN CRITICISMS OF MILL
James C. W. Ahiakpor
Abstract

OFF TARGET: PROFESSOR AHIAKPOR ON KEYNES, MILL, AND SAY’S LAW
Roy H. Grieve
Abstract

MAKING SENSE OF CLASSICAL THEORY
Steven Kates
Abstract

KEYNES, J.-B. SAY, J. S. MILL, AND SAY’S LAW: A NOTE ON KATES, GRIEVE, AND AHIAKPOR
Alain Béraud, Guy Numa
Abstract

Forthcomng 

READING KEYNES AT THE ZERO LOWER BOUND: THE GREAT DEPRESSION, THE LIQUIDITY TRAP, AND UNCONVENTIONAL POLICY
Richard Sutch
Abstract



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​There are too many to list here, but below is a list of websites and publishers to begin an initial search.

For MacMilllan's British history series, see this link

Routledge history textbooks are here

Click here for reviews by historians of Britain on British history textbooks on H-Albion


​Please feel free to email me if you have vetted these or other websites and think the list below should be changed,

Research

British History Online

Institute of Historical Research

The Historical Association

Luminarium

Laurier Military History Archive

Bodleian History Faculty Library

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Teaching

The DNB:

For a timeline  

Anne Boleyn

The Tudors. org [not the tv series]

Richard III society

18thC Britain

Victorian Britain 

The Websites Below Should NOT Be Used  for college-level research

Woodlands

Spartacus

Schoolnet
There are many university and institutional sites with primary source databases.  Below are just a few of many.

British History Online

Eurodocs - United Kingdom

Oxford-Brookes Primary Source Guide

Duke University Database for British History [restricted access to some databases]

University of Alberta (Canada)

University of Southamptom (U.K.)

Early books released by the Bodleian


Please note that TOCs,etc. include only those that explicitly concern historical scholarship on Britain. So, there are no TOCs from English Lit. journals or articles on Spanish history. Obviously, non-British history topics will be relevant and of interest to historians of Britain but it falls outside the purview of this website. If you have any suggestions for additions, please email them.
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Select Recent History Journal TOC
Non-period specific British history journals Jan-Dec 2014
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Law and History Review
​Volume 36 / Issue 2, May 2018

Revocation of Citizenship and Rule of Law: How Judicial Review Defeated Britain's First Denaturalization Regime
Patrick Weil, Nicholas Handler
Extract

The Law of Negligence as Reported in The Times, 1785–1820
James Oldham
Extract






Northern Scotland 
Volume: 9, Number: 1 (May, 2018)

Papers from the ‘Landscapes and Lifescapes’ project, 2015 

History, Heritage and Sustainable Development: A Position Statement on the Scottish Highlands 
S. Karly Kehoe and Chris Dalglish
Abstract and Text

Scottish Slave-owners in Suriname: 1651–1863 
David Alston
Abstract

John Lamont of Benmore: A Highland Planter who Died ‘in harness’ in Trinidad 
Stephen Mullen
Abstract

Conversing with Caribbean and Northern Scottish Landscapes and Lifescapes 
Karen Salt and Susan P. Mains
Abstract  

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Past and Present
Volume 239 Issue 1 May 2018

‘Voyage Iron’: An Atlantic Slave Trade Currency, its European Origins, and West African Impact
Chris Evans; Göran Rydén
Full Text

Diets, hunger and living standards during the British industrial revolution
Emma Griffin
Abstract and Text

International Adoption and Anglo-American Internationalism, c. 1918–1925
Emily Baughan
Extract

Slavery and Anti-Slavery in the Atlantic World 
Rob Schneider; Matthew Hilton
Extract

Advance articles

Trees, Trade and Textiles: Potash Imports and Ecological Dependency in British Industry, c. 1550–1770
Paul Warde
Abstract

The Limits of the ‘Liberal Imagination’: Britain, Broadcasting and Apartheid South Africa, 1948–1994
Gavin Schaffer
Abstract




Psychoanalysis and History
Volume: 20, Number: 1 (April, 2018)n

no articles on British history in this issue



Rural History
Volume 29 / Issue 1, April 2018

Vitriol in the Taff: River Pollution, Industrial Waste, and the Politics of Control in late Nineteenth-Century Rural Wales
KEIR WADDINGTON
Abstract

Churchyard Memorials, ‘Dispensing with God Gradually’: Rustication, Decline of the Gothic and the Emergence of Art Deco in the British Isles
K. D. M. SNELL, RACHAEL JONES
Abstract 



Scottish Historical Review
Volume: 97, Number: 1 (April, 2018)

The Miracles and Cult of St Margaret of Scotland 
SangDong Lee
Abstract

The Scottish Universities and Opposition to the National Covenant,1638 
Salvatore Cipriano
Abstract 

Ague and the Chevalier: Another Royal Affliction 
Alasdair Roberts
Abstract

Patriotism and Partisanship in Post-Union Scotland, 1724–37 
Amy Watson
Abstract

Scotland, Scottishness, British Integration and the Royal Navy, 
1793–1815 
Sara Caputo
Abstract

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Social History of Medicine
Volume 31 Issue 2 May 2018

English and French Women Doctors in International Debates on birth control (1920–1935) 
Caroline Rusterholz
Summary





Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Volume 27 - December 2017

THE MAKING OF CHRONICLES AND THE MAKING OF ENGLAND: THE ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLES AFTER ALFRED Prothero Lecture
Pauline Stafford
Abstract



The Welsh History Review
vol. 29 no. 1 June 2018

The Teulu and the Poets of Medieval Wales
Nerys Ann Jones
Abstract

Transnational Lordship and The Plantagenet Empire: The Mortimer Lords of Wigmore
Brendan Smith
Abstract

'Horrid Rebellion' and 'Holie Cheate': Royalist Gentry Responses to Interregnum Government In North-East Wales
Sarah Ward Clavier
Abstract

'The Great Railway Problem': Politics, Railways and Nationalism in North Wales
Philip Lloyd
Abstract

'You Should Love Your Country and Should Ever Strive to be Worthy of Your Fatherland': Identity, British Values and St David's Day in Elementary Schools in Wales, c.1885
Russell Grigg
Abstract
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12-7-2018