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Select Recent History Journal TOC
Non-period specific British history journals Jan-Dec 2014
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Clio, the muse of history
Britain and the World
Volume: 10, Number: 2 (September, 2017) 

‘Bogeys’ Past and Present 
John M. MacKenzie
First Page

Exporting a Prince, Ideas and Institutions to Greece, 1862–4: Mid–Victorian Perceptions of Britain's Stand and Mission in the World 
Pandeleimon Hionidis
Abstract 

Policing Communism Across the ‘White Man's World’: Anti-Communist Co-operation between Australia, South Africa and Britain in the Early 
Cold War 
Evan Smith
Abstract 

Disease and Civilization: A Scottish Atlantic Network of Physicians in the Enlightenment 
Sarah Irving-Stonebraker
Abstract

‘The Case of the Century’: The Supreme Court and Brexit 
Simon James
First Page

Ahead of Print
John Company Armed: The English East India Company, The Anglo-Mughal War and Absolutist Imperialism, c. 1675-1690 
James Vaughn
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British Catholic History
Volume 33 - Issue 3 - May 2017

When all that is to Was ys brought: John Heywood’s ‘rythme declaringe his own life and nature’
Jane Flynn
Abstract

Negotiating religious change and conflict: Female religious communities in early modern Ireland, c.1530–c.1641
Bronagh A. McShane
Abstract

‘Have we any mother Juliana’s among us?’: The multiple identities of Julian of Norwich in Restoration England
Liam Temple
Abstract

‘from education, from duty, and from principle’: Irish Catholic loyalty in context, 1829-1874
Richard A. Keogh
Abstract





THE BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE
Volume 50 - Issue 3 - September 2017

​Regulating cinematic stories about reproduction: pregnancy, childbirth, abortion and movie censorship in the US, 1930–1958
DAVID A. KIRBY
Abstract

‘Drawing aside the curtain’: natural childbirth on screen in 1950s Britain
SALIM AL-GAILANI
Abstract

Thin blue lines: product placement and the drama of pregnancy testing in British cinema and television
JESSE OLSZYNKO-GRYN
Abstract

In Next Issue

The politics of cognition: liberalism and the evolutionary origins of Victorian education
MATTHEW DANIEL EDDY
Abstract


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British Journal of Aesthetics 
Volume 57, Issue 2, April 2017

no articles on British history in this issue



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

Henry Jacob, James I, and Religious Reform, 1603–1609: From Hampton Court to Reason-of-State
John Morgan
Abstract




Comparative Critical Studies 
Volume 14, Issue 1, February, 2017

A Sentimental Journey to Mars: Laurence Sterne and his Twentieth-Century Successors
Michał Czorycki
Abstract


Comparative Studies in Society and History
Volume 59 - Issue 3 - July 2017

no articles on British history in this issue



Continuity and Change
Volume 32 / Issue 3, November 2017

Clandestine weddings at the Fleet Prison, c. 1710–1750: who married there?
JACOB F. FIELD 
Abstract



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Cultural History 
Volume 6, Issue 1, April, 2017

no articles on British history in this issue



Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Volume 32, Issue 3, September 2017

Is it time to re-think King John? 
Thomas Merriam
Abstract


Diplomatic History 
Volume 41 Issue (November 2017)

“A Wide Anticommunist Arc”: Britain, ASEAN, and Nixon’s Triangular Diplomacy
Wen-Qing Ngoei
Open Access



Early Music
Volume 45 Issue 1, February 2017

Songs in circulation, texts in transmission: English sources and the Dublin Troper 
Helen Deeming ; Samantha Blickhan
Abstract

Music, text and structure in 14th-century English polyphony: the case of Ave miles celestis curie 
Lisa Colton
Abstract

In praise of music: motets, inscriptions and musical philosophy in Robert Dow’s partbooks
Katherine Butler
Full Text

What next? Recent work and new directions for English medieval music 
Margaret Bent
Abstract

The history of medieval English music on record
Edward Breen
Extract

Advance Access

Mourning Purcell 
Robert Shay
Abstract

Handel, not by Hogarth 
Thomas McGeary
Abstract



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

‘Like a Raging Lion’: Richard the Lionheart’s Anger during the Third Crusade in Medieval and Modern Historiography
Stephen J Spencer
Abstract

Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses and the Origins of the Reformation Narrative
C Scott Dixon
Abstract

Disraeli, the East and Religion: Tancred in Context
J P Parry
Abstract

In next issue

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

Proxy Pasts: The Use of British Historical References in Spanish American Independence Rhetoric, 1808–1828
Karen Racine
Abstract

The Tree and the Rod: Jurisdiction in Late Medieval England
Tom Johnson
Extract



The Historical Journal
Volume 60 - Issue 3 - Sept. 2017

‘SIR YE BE NOT KYNG’: CITIZENSHIP AND SPEECH IN LATE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN ENGLAND
CHRISTIAN D. LIDDY
Abstract

IMPROVEMENT AND EPISTEMOLOGIES OF LANDSCAPE IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLISH FOREST ENCLOSURE
ELLY ROBSON
Abstract

ARCHIBALD PITCAIRNE AND SCOTTISH HETERODOXY, c. 1688–1713
ALASDAIR RAFFE
Abstract

FROM REQUÊTE TO PETITION: PETITIONING THE MONARCH BETWEEN EMPIRES
Abstract

THE PRESERVATION OF CROSBY HALL, c. 1830–1850
ROSEMARY SWEET
Abstract

OXFORD HOUSE HEADS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE OF RELIGIOUS FAITH IN EAST LONDON, 1884–1900
LUCINDA MATTHEWS-JONES
Abstract

In Next Issue

A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY: THE IRISH IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR
EUGENIO F. BIAGINI
Abstract

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

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  


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History Workshop Journal
Volume 84, Autumn 2017

Facts about Atrocity: Reporting Colonial Violence in Postwar Britain 
Erik Linstrum
Abstract

Asa Briggs (1921–2016) 
Eileen Janes Yeo
Abstract





Huntington Library Quarterly
​vol. 80, no. 3, Autumn 2017

Special Issue: William Blake's Manuscripts

Signing Large Color Prints: The Significance of Blake's Signatures
Joseph Viscomi
Abstract

Blake Writes Backward
Alexander S. Gourlay
Abstract

The Uncollected Letters of William Blake
Angus Whitehead
Abstract

On Blinks and Kisses, Monkeys and Bears: Dating William Blake's An Island in the Moon
Fernando Castanedo
Abstract

Blake, Young, and the Poetics of the Composite Page
Luisa Calè
Abstract

The Influence of the Moravian Collection of Hymns on William Blake's Later Mythology
Wayne C. Ripley
Abstract

Editing in Technicolor: The Blake Archive's Edition of the Vala or The Four Zoas Manuscript
Rachel Lee
Abstract

The Editorial Void: Notes toward a Study of Oblivion
Morris Eaves
Abstract





Innes Review 
Volume 68, Issue 1, May, 2017

Adomnán, two saints, and the paschal controversy
Gilbert Márkus
Abstract

Pittenweem Priory and the conventuality question
Anthony Lodge
Full Text

Elizabeth Melville, Lady Culross: new light from Fife
Jamie Reid Baxter
Abstract

Robert Henryson's Moral Fabillis: ‘Exempill and similitude’, the animal as true Sign, and an argument from design
David Moses
First Page





International Review of Social History
Volume 62 - Issue 2 - August 2017

Workers of the World? A British Liberal-Pluralist Critique of Marcel van der Linden’s Global Labour History
Peter Ackers
Abstract

Ghostbusting or Real Pluralism? A Brief Response to Peter Ackers
Marcel van der Linden
First Page



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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 Studies,
Volume 56 / Issue 1, January 2017

Print Culture and the Rebuilding of London after the Fire: The Presumptuous Proposals of Valentine Knight
Mark S. R. Jenner
Abstract

Bound up with Meaning: The Politics and Memory of Ribbon Wearing in Restoration England and Scotland
Edward Legon
Abstract

John Bull and the American Revolution: The Transatlantic Afterlives of Arbuthnot's Character
Leah Orr
Abstract

The Chartists and the Constitution: Revisiting British Popular Constitutionalism
Josh Gibson
Abstract

Arthur Sidgwick's Greek Prose Composition: Gender, Affect, and Sociability in the Late-Victorian University
Emily Rutherford
Abstract

“Dressed in an Angel's Nightshirt”: Jesus and the BBC
Meredith Veldman
Abstract 



The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Volume 68 - Issue 4 - October 2017

The Gendering of Dynastic Memory: Burial Choices of the Howards, 1485–1559
NICOLA CLARK
Abstract

How Formal Anglican Pew-Renting Worked in Practice, 1800–1950
J. C. BENNETT
Abstract 

Available online and in next issue

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




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

“High & Dry”: The Liquidity and Credit of Colonial and Foreign Government Debt and the London Stock Exchange (1880–1910)
Matthieu Chavaz, Marc Flandreau 
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The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies
Volume: 37, Number: 2 (November, 2017)

Lost Alternatives to Council Housing? An Examination of Stirling's Alternative Housing Initiatives, c. 1906–1939 
James J. Smyth and Douglas S. Robertso
Abstract

The Business of Religion: Lending and the Church of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century
Alistair Mutch
Abstract 

Women at Work: Innkeeping in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 1790–1840
Theresa Mackay
Abstract/Full text

The Making of a Missionary Icon: Mary Slessor as ‘Heroine of Empire’
Esther Breitenbach
Abstract 


Journal of Social History 
Volume 51 Issue 1, Fall 2017

“Literature Acknowledges No Boundaries”: Book Reading and Social Class in Britain, c.1930–c.1945 
Robert James
Abstract

In next issue

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

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

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



Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Volume 39 / Issue 3, Sept.  2017

ADAM SMITH’S THEORY OF MONEY AND BANKING
Nicholas A. Curott 
Abstract

KEYNES, ANIMAL SPIRITS, AND INSTINCT: REASON PLUS INTUITION IS BETTER THAN RATIONAL
Vincent Barnett
Abstract 

In next issue. . .

NEOLIBERAL ECONOMISTS AND THE BRITISH WELFARE STATE, 1942–1975
George Peden
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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 Non- Academic Journals in History
Select Recent History Journal TOC
Non-period specific British history journals Jan-Dec 2014
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Law and History Review
​Volume 35 / Issue 4, October 2017

Just Another Day in Chancery Lane: Disorder and the Law in London's Legal Quarter in the Fifteenth Century
Hannes Kleineke, James Ross
Abstract



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

The Integration of the Elite and Wider Communities of the Northern  Highlands, 1500–1700: Evidence from Visual Culture 
Thomas Brochard
Extract

Northern Maps: Re-negotiating Space and Place in the Northern Isles and Norway in the Eighteenth Century 
Silke Reeploeg
Extract

A Forgotten Diaspora: The Children of Enslaved and ‘Free Coloured’ Women and Highland Scots in Guyana Before Emancipation 
David Alston
Extract

Bennachie, the ‘Colony’, Balquhain and Fetternear – Some Archival Sources 
Colin Miller 
Extract

Crofting: A Clean Slate 
Crispin Agnew of Lochnaw Bt
Extract 

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Parliamentary Affairs
68/3
July 2015

How Do MPs in Westminster Democracies Vote When Unconstrained by Party Discipline? A Comparison of Free Vote Patterns on Marriage Equality Legislation
Alison Plumb
Abstract

Ruling Majority and Opposition: How Parliamentary Position Affects the Attitudes of Political Representatives
Mikael Gilljam and David Karlsson
Abstract

‘Mr Malik, to Represent the People of Dewsbury Do You Need a £2600 Cinema System Paid for by the Taxpayer?’ An Analysis of British Television News Coverage of the 2009 MPs' ‘Expenses Scandal’
Ralph Negrine and Peter Bull
Abstract

Cohesion and Candidate Selection in Parliamentary Groups
Guillermo Cordero and Xavier Coller
Abstract



Past and Present
Volume 236, Issue 1 (August 2017)

The Settlement of the Poor and the Rise of the Form in England, C.1662–1780 
Naomi Tadmor
Extract

Clock-Watching: Work and Working Time at the Late Eighteenth-Century Bank of England 
Anne L. Murphy
Article

​Humanitarianism and the overseas aid craze in Britain’s colonial Straits Settlements, 1870–1920
Mark R. Frost
Extract




Rural History
Volume 27 - Issue 01 - April 2016

Midwives of Sixteenth-Century Rural East Anglia
JULIA ALLISON
Abstract

From the Caribbean to the Scottish Highlands: Charitable Enterprise in the Age of Improvement, c.1750 to c.1820
S. KARLY KEHOE
Abstract

‘An incredibly vile sport’: Campaigns against Otter Hunting in Britain, 1900–39
DANIEL ALLEN, CHARLES WATKINS, DAVID MATLE
Abstract




Scottish Historical Review
Volume 96, Issue 2, October 2017

Sheltering under the Covenant: The National Covenant, Orthodoxy and the Irish Rebellion, 1638–1644
Chris R. Langley
Abstract

The Origins of the New Statistical Account of Scotland
Ian Hill
Abstract

‘Bottom dog men’: Disability, Social Welfare and Advocacy in the Scottish Coalfields in the Interwar Years, 1918–1939
Angela Turner and Arthur McIvor
Full Text

Notes

On the Nature of the Picts
Alex Woolf
First Page

The Leper and the Lion: The Order of St Lazarus in Scotland
Rory MacLellan
First Page
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Social History of Medicine
Volume 30, Issue 3 (August 2017)

The Records of the Common Law as a source for the Medieval Medical History of England 
Hannes Kleineke
Summary

Being Well, Looking Ill: Childbirth and the Return to Health in Seventeenth-century England border
Leah Astbury
Summary

Occupational Exposure to Heavy Metals Poisoning: Scottish Lead Mining 
Catherine Mills; W. Paul Adderley
Summary

John Wickham’s New Surgery: ‘Minimally Invasive Therapy’, Innovation, and Approaches to Medical Practice in Twentieth-century Britain 
Sally Frampton; Roger L. Kneebone
Summary

‘I should have thought that Wales was a wet part of the world’: Drought, Rural Communities and Public Health, 1870–1914 
Keir Waddington
Summary

‘Everybody Likes a Drink. Nobody Likes a Drunk’. Alcohol, Health Education and the Public in 1970s Britain border 
Alex Mold
Summary

Abortion Crime Scene Photography in Metropolitan London 1950–1968 
Amy Helen Bell
Summary





Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Volume 25 - December 2015

Presidential Address
EDUCATING THE NATION: II. UNIVERSITIES
Peter Mandler
Abstract

APOCALYPTIC AND ESCHATOLOGICAL THOUGHT IN ENGLAND AROUND THE YEAR 1000
Catherine Cubitt
Abstract

MINDING THEIR OWN BUSINESS: MARRIED WOMEN AND CREDIT IN EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LONDON
Alexandra Shepard
Abstract

‘CRAMPED AND RESTRICTED AT HOME’? SCOTTISH SEPARATISM AT EMPIRE’S END
Jimmi Østergaard Nielsen, Stuart Ward
Abstract

‘BEAMED DIRECTLY TO THE CHILDREN’: SCHOOL BROADCASTING AND SEX EDUCATION IN BRITAIN IN THE 1960s AND 1970s
Mara Gregory
Abstract



The Welsh History Review
vol. 28 no. 2

Fooling the Court of the Lord Pope': Dafydd Ap Llywelyn's Petition to the Curia in 1244
Benedict G. E.Wiedemann
Abstract

Glyndŵr's Rebellion, the Bishop of Bangor and the Councils of Pisa and Constance
Paul Frame
Abstract

Dafydd Ap Maredudd Glais: A Fifteenth-Century Aberystwyth Felon and Scribe
Katherine Himsworth
Abstract

Peaks and Troughs: Irish Transmigration Through South Wales, 1850–1900
David Morris
Abstract

Wales, Socialism and Huw T. Edwards (1892–1970)
Martin Wight
Abstract

The World Cannot Hear You: Gwyn Thomas (1913–1981), Communism and the Cold War
Daryl Leeworthy
Abstract

A Film from Wales: Welsh Identity and The Children's Film Foundation
Robert Shail
Abstract
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20-11-2017