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Select Recent History Journal TOC
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Clio, the muse of history
Britain and the World
Volume: 12, Number: 1 (March, 2019)

‘Devote the best years of their lives’: British Solutions to Natal's Defence Concerns in Nineteenth-Century Southern Africa 
Jacob Ivey
Abstract

Alexander Hamilton and the Early Republic in Edwardian Imperial Thought 
Patrick M. Kirkwood
Abstract

The Levantine British: Defying Imperial Race Categories in Colonial Alexandria 
James Whidden
Abstract

The 1924 Empire Cruise and the Imagining of an Imperial Community 
John C. Mitcham
Abstract

Beyond the Empire: British Influence on the Warsaw Theatre Scene in the Nineteenth Century 
Agata Łuksza
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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 52 - Issue 3 - September 2019

Editing entomology: natural-history periodicals and the shaping of scientific communities in nineteenth-century Britain
MATTHEW WALE
Abstract

‘X-rays don't tell lies’: the Medical Research Council and the measurement of respiratory disability, 1936–1945
COREEN MCGUIRE
Abstract

The pharmakon of ‘If’: working with Steven Shapin's A Social History of Truth
MICHAEL WINTROUB
Abstract 

Forthcoming

What oral historians and historians of science can learn from each other
PAUL MERCHANT
Abstract

Cécile Morette and the Les Houches summer school for theoretical physics; or, how Girl Scouts, the 1944 Caen bombing and a marriage proposal helped rebuild French physics (1951–1972)
PIERRE VERSCHUEREN
Abstract

Fashioned in the light of physics: the scope and methods of Halford Mackinder's geography
EMILY HAYES
Abstract

Tremoring transits: railways, the Royal Observatory and the capitalist challenge to Victorian astronomical science
EDWARD J. GILLIN
Abstract 

​‘The want of a proper Gardiner’: late Georgian Scottish botanic gardeners as intermediaries of medical and scientific knowledge
CLARE HICKMAN
Abstract 

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Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture
Volume 88 - Issue 3 - September 2019

Mysticism and Identity among the English Poor Clares
Liam Peter Temple
Abstract

FORUM ON KATHARINE GERBNER'S CHRISTIAN SLAVERY: CONVERSION AND RACE IN THE PROTESTANT ATLANTIC WORLD
Jon Sensbach
Abstract

Conversion as a Communal System of the Protestant Atlantic World
Kristen Block
Extract 






Comparative Critical Studies 
Volume: 16Number: 2-3 (October, 2019) 

Translation meets Book History: Intersections: 1700-1950


​Single or Return, Ladies? The Politics of Translating and Publishing Heine on Shakespeare 
Raphaël Ingelbien
Abstract 

Publishing ‘Paper Bullets’: Politics, Propaganda and Polish-English Translation in Wartime London 
Joanna Rzepa
Abstract  

Translating the Scribe: Lithographic Print and Vernacularization in Colonial India, 1857–1915 
Amanda Lanzillo
Abstract 








Comparative Studies in Society and History
Volume 61 / Issue 1, January 2019


no articles on British history in this issue







Continuity and Change
Volume 33 / Issue 3, December 2018


The variety of women's experiences as servants in England (1548–1649): evidence from church court depositions
Charmian Mansell
Abstract

‘Great inhumanity’: scandal, child punishment and policymaking in the early years of the New Poor Law workhouse system
Samantha A. Shave
​Abstract

Household and family structure in England and Wales (1851–1911): continuities and change
K. Schürer, Eilidh M. Garrett, Hannaliis Jaadla, Alice Reid
Abstract​

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Cultural History 
Vol. 8, No. 1,  April, 2019 

no articles on British history in this issue







Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Volume 34 Issue 1, April 2019

Marlowe and overreaching: A misuse of stylometry 
Ros Barber
Abstract

Uncovering gender bias in newspaper coverage of Irish politicians using machine learning 
Susan Leavy
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Diplomatic History 
Volume 43 Issue 2, April 2019

Imperialism, Race, and Rescue: Transformations in the Woman’s Foreign Mission Movement after World War I 
Connie Shemo
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Early Music
Volume 47 Issue 3, August 2019

Prisms of the musical past: British international exhibitions and ‘ancient instruments’, 1885–1890 
Sarah Kirby
Abstract






English Historical Review
Volume 134 Issue 569 August 2019

County and Community in Medieval England
Gwilym Dodd
Abstract

The Armed Forces and Parliamentary Elections in the United Kingdom, 1885–1914
Peter M Keeling
Abstract

​Indian Interpreters in the Making of Colonial Historiography: New Light on Mark Wilks’s Historical Sketches of the South of India (1810–1817) 
Su Fang Ng
Abstract

H.M. Hyndman and the Intellectual Origins of the Remaking of Socialism in Britain, 1878–1881
Seamus Flaherty
Abstract


Forthcoming

Magazine Culture, Girlhood Communities, and Educational Reform in Late Victorian Britain
Kathryn Gleadle
Abstract

Freedom-Seeking Slaves in England and Scotland, 1700–1780 
Simon P Newman
Abstract






The Historical Journal
Volume 62 - Issue 3 - September 2019

MODEL INSTITUTIONS AND THE GEOGRAPHY OF SOCIAL REFORM IN EARLY VICTORIAN BRITAIN
TOM CROOK
Abstract

ALIEN SEAMEN IN THE BRITISH NAVY, BRITISH LAW, AND THE BRITISH STATE, c. 1793 – c. 1815
SARA CAPUTO
Abstract

SIR JOHN ELIOT'S THE MONARCHIE OF MAN AND EARLY STUART POLITICAL THOUGHT
WILLIAM WHITE
Abstract

RE-ODORIZATION, DISEASE, AND EMOTION IN MID-NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND
WILLIAM TULLETT
Abstract 

WITCHCRAFT, THE PRESS, AND CRIME IN IRELAND, 1822–1922
ANDREW SNEDDON, JOHN FULTON
Abstract

THE RISE OF THE AMBASSADRESS: ENGLISH AMBASSADORIAL WIVES AND EARLY MODERN DIPLOMATIC CULTURE
GEMMA ALLEN
Abstract​

Forthcoming

JOHN LOCKE AND THE TOLERATION OF CATHOLICS: A NEW MANUSCRIPT
J. C. WALMSLEY, FELIX WALDMANN
Abstract

MAYNOOTH, HISTORY, AND THE INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF JOHN HUME'S POLITICAL THINKING
THOMAS DOLAN
Abstract ​​

MALE ANXIETY AMONG YOUNGER SONS OF THE ENGLISH LANDED GENTRY, 1700–1900
HENRY FRENCH, MARK ROTHERY
Abstract​

THE SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND SPIRITUAL DYNAMICS OF GHOST STORIES IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND
LAURA SANGHA
Abstract

THE CANTERBURY ELECTION OF 1626 AND PARLIAMENTARY SELECTION REVISITED
THOMAS COGSWELL
Abstract​ 

WOMEN INVESTORS AND THE VIRGINIA COMPANY IN THE EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
MISHA EWEN
Abstract​  

FRANÇOIS-PAUL DE LISOLA AND ENGLISH OPPOSITION TO LOUIS XIV
MARK GOLDIE, CHARLES-ÉDOUARD LEVILLAIN
Abstract​ 

PARLIAMENT AND THE CROWN JEWELS IN THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION, 1641–1644
JACK DAVID SARGEANT
Abstract​  

​TEENAGE GIRLS, FEMALE FRIENDSHIP AND THE MAKING OF THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION IN ENGLAND, 1950–1980
HANNAH CHARNOCK
Abstract​ 

THE NORMATIVITY OF NATURE IN PUFENDORF AND LOCKE
HANNAH DAWSON
Abstract​ 


​Part of Malthusian Moments Special Issue

MALTHUS, STATISTICS, AND THE STATE OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE
SHAILAJA FENNELL
Abstract​

MALTHUS, NINETEENTH-CENTURY SOCIALISM, AND MARX
GARETH STEDMAN JONES
Abstract​

NEO-MALTHUSIAN ENVIRONMENTALISM, WORLD FISHERIES CRISIS, AND THE GLOBAL COMMONS, 1950s–1970s
FABIEN LOCHER
Abstract​




History Workshop Journal
Volume 86 Autumn 2018

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

A House Divided: the Murrays of the Border and the Rise and Decline of a Small Irish House 
Peter Leary
Abstract

Citizen and Subject: Clement Attlee’s Socialism
Ben Jackson
Abstract

‘Among the Ordinary People’: New Left Involvement in Working-Class Political Mobilization 1956–68
Madeleine Davis
Abstract

Labour’s Nostalgia 
Tobias Becker
Abstract

Rival Imagined Communities in the Dublin Lockout of 1913 
Colm Murphy
Abstract

Michael Thompson: Economic Historian
Martin Daunton
Abstract

Forthcoming

Metadata, Surveillance and the Tudor State 
Ruth Ahnert; Sebastian E Ahnert
Abstract

The Touch of the State: Stop and Search in England, c.1660–1750 
Jonah Miller
Abstract

Human and Animal Trespass as Protest: Space and Continuity in Rural Somerset and Dorset 
Leonard Baker
Abstract





Huntington Library Quarterly
​Vol. 82, No. 2, Summer 2019

"A Lawful Alarme against ye Prynce": Gabriel Harvey and Vindiciae contra Tyrannos
P. B. Roberts
Abstract

 A Partial Transcription of Gabriel Harvey's Annotations of Vindiciae contra Tyrannos and De Iure Magistratuum
P. B. Roberts
Abstract

How Many Knights Had King Lear?
Thomas G. Olsen
Abstract

"A Warre of the Pen": The Force on Parliament and English Polemic, 1646–48
Samuel Fullerton
Abstract

The Passion of Edmund Burke: "To Dr H——n" Revisited
Miranda Stanyon
Abstract

A Proper Manner of Carrying on Controversies: Richard Price and the American Revolution
Emma Macleod
Abstract

Notes & Documents | A New Source Related to Balladry in the Pilgrimage of Grace (1536–37)
Jonathan McGovern
Abstract









Innes Review 
Volume: 69, Number: 2 (November, 2018)

Enforcing uniformity: kirk sessions and Catholics in early modern Scotland, 1560–1650 
Ryan Burns
Abstract

The origins of the Catholic Social Guild in Scotland: ‘We have not attacked the Socialists professedly’ 
Piotr Potocki 
Abstract

The relief of Belgian refugees in the arch-diocese of Glasgow during the First World War: ‘A Crusade of Christianity’ 
Kieran D. Taylor
Abstract

Gaelic macro-genealogy and the development of an origin-legend for the kingdom of Alba 
David N. Dumville 
Abstract

A previously unrecorded book from the library of the Edinburgh Dominicans 
Michael Carter
Abstract






International Review of Social History
Volume 64 - Issue 3 - December 2019



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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 58 / Issue 4, October 2019

Introduction

Women Negotiating the Boundaries of Justice in Britain, 1300–1700: An Introduction
Alexandra Shepard, Tim Stretto
Abstract

I: Interpreting Women's Participation in Court

Original Manuscript
Women, Legal Records, and the Problem of the Lawyer's Hand
Tim Stretton
Abstrac

Maternity and Justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery
Amanda L. Capern
Abstract

Worthless Witnesses? Marginal Voices and Women's Legal Agency in Early Modern England
Alexandra Shepard
Abstract 

II: Negotiating the Law

Original Manuscript
“A Besy Woman … and Full of Lawe”: Female Litigants in Early Tudor Star Chamber
Deborah Youngs
Abstract

A Piece of the Puzzle: Women and the Law as Viewed from the Late Medieval Court of Chancery
Cordelia Beattie 
Abstract

III: Urban Courts

Original Manuscript
Coverture and the Marital Partnership in Late Medieval Nottingham: Women's Litigation at the Borough Court, ca. 1300–ca.1500
Teresa Phipps 
Abstract

Women, Marital Status, and Law: The Marital Spectrum in Seventeenth-Century Glasgow
Rebecca Mason
Abstract










The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Volume 70 / Issue 4, October 2019

The Pallium Privilege of Pope Nicholas II for Archbishop Ealdred of York
FRANCESCA TINTI
Abstract

Ecclesiastical Prisons and Royal Authority in the Reign of Henry VII
MARGARET McGLYNN
Abstract 

‘The Lay Folks' Mass Book’ and Thomas Frederick Simmons: Medievalism and the Tractarians
DAVID JASPER, JEREMY SMITH
Abstract  






The Journal of Economic History
Volume 79 - Issue 3 - September 2019

French and British Colonial Legacies in Education: Evidence from the Partition of Cameroon
Yannick Dupraz
Abstract

What Motivates an Oligarchic Elite to Democratize? Evidence from the Roll Call Vote on the Great Reform Act of 1832
Toke S. Aidt and Raphaël Franck
Abstract


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The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies
Volume: 39, Number: 1 (May, 2019) 

The Reformation in Moray and Mr Robert Pont 
Frank D. Bardget
Abstract 

Parsimony and Pauperism: Poor Relief in England, Scotland and Wales in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries 
Bernard Harris 
Abstract 

Manpower, Myth and Memory: Analysing Scotland's Military Contribution to the Great War 
Patrick Watt
Abstract  







Journal of Social History 
​Volume 53, Issue 1, Fall 2019

Corporate Management, Labor Relations, and Community Building at the East India Company’s Blackwall Dockyard, 1600–57 
William A Pettigrew; Edmond Smith
Abstract

“The Atmosphere is Permissive and Free”: The Gendering of Activism in the British Adventure Playgrounds Movement, ca. 1948–70 
Krista Cowman
Abstract

Forthcoming

Comforts, Clubs, and the Casino: Food and the Perpetuation of the British Class System in First World War Civilian Internment Camps 
Nadja Durbach
Abstract

“Verses of My Owne Making”: Literacy, Work, and Social Identity in Early Modern England 
Brodie Waddell
Abstract

Gender, Violence, and Justice in Colonial Assam: The Webb Case, c. 1884 
Ashley Wright
Abstract

To “Labour with a Greater Sense of Safety”: First Aid, Civic Duty, and Risk Management in the British Working Class, 1870–1914
Esther Isaac, Alisa Bajramovic, Isabel Miller, Chelsea Pan, Emily Ratté, Anton Vicente Kliot
Abstract

Reassembling Disabled Identities: Employment, Ex-servicemen and the Poppy Factory
Emily Bartlett
Abstract







Journal of the History of Economic Thought
Volume 41 / Issue 1, March 2019

no articles on British history in this issue




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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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The Grad Student Lounge
 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 37 - Issue 3 - August 2019

“Amongst the Most Desirable Reading”: Advertising and the Fetters of the Newspaper Press in Britain, c. 1848–1914
Anat Rosenberg
Abstract

Forthcoming

POLITICS IN SCHOOLGIRL DEBATING CULTURES IN ENGLAND, 1886–1914
HELEN SUNDERLAND
Abstract 



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 244 Issue 1 August 2019

Speaking for the People in Early Modern England 
David Coast
Abstract  

The Politics of A Modest Proposal: Swift and the Irish Crisis of the Late 1720s 
Ian McBride
Abstract







Psychoanalysis and History
Volume: 21, Number: 3 (December, 2019) Documents Towards an Anti-authoritarian Psychoanalysis 


no articles on British history in this issue






Rural History
Volume 30 / Issue 2, October 2019

Punishing paupers? Control, discipline and mental health in the Southwell workhouse (1836–71)
Paul Carter, Jeff James, Steve King
Abstract 

Checking the sea: geographies of authority on the East Norfolk Coast (1790–1932)
David Matless 
Abstract






Scottish Historical Review                                                   
Volume: 98, Number: Supplement (October, 2019)

Mysticism and Prophecy in Early Eighteenth-Century Scotland 
Michael B. Riordan 
Abstract

David Hume's ‘A Character of Sir Robert Walpole’: Humean Factional Fears, the ‘Rage against the Scots’ and Future Historians 
Marc Hanvelt and Mark G. Spencer 
Abstract

‘Party Principles’ in Scottish Political Culture: Roxburghshire, 1832–1847 
Gary D. Hutchison 
Abstract

The Mid-Victorian Codification of the Practice of Public Prosecution 
Robert S. Shiels 
Abstract

The Contribution of Thomas Carlyle to British Idealism, c. 1880–1930 
Alexander Jordan
Abstract  



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Social History of Medicine
Volume 32 Issue 1 February 2019

Managing Uncertainty and Privatising Apprenticeship: Status and Relationships in English Medicine, 1500–1900 
Margaret Pelling
Abstract

'The Grand Organ of Sympathy’: ‘Fashionable’ Stomach Complaints and the Mind in Britain, 1700–1850 
James Kennaway; Jonathan Andrews
Abstract






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. 2,  Dec.2018

Wales and the Great Famine of the Early Fourteenth Century
Phillipp R. Schofield
Abstract

Medical Practice in Early Modern Wrexham and Cardiff
Alun Withey
Abstract

Coalmining on the Erddig Estate In North-East Wales, 1715-1880
R. J. Irving
Abstract

Inventing the Bosworth Tradition: Richard Ap Hywel, the 'king's Hole' and the Mostyn Family Image in the Nineteenth Century
Shaun Evans
Abstract

We are a Motley Crowd': Welsh Parliamentary Liberalism and the New Journalism of the 1890s
T. Robin Chapman
Abstract




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