Britain & Ireland

Edited by David Bachrach, Erika Rappaport and R. Malcolm Smuts

Volume 13 (2104)

The English Gentry and Military Service, 1300–1450
Andy King

Shopping and the Senses: Retail, Browsing and Consumption in 18th‐Century England
Serena Dyer

Manhood and Masculinity in Early Modern England
Tim Reinke‐Williams

Cultural Skirmishes in 18th Century England: The Attack on Aristocratic Vice
Donna T. Andrew

Black Britain and the Politics of Race in the 20th Century
Kennetta Hammond Perry

The History of Mum and Dad: Recent Historical Research on Parenting in England from the 16th to 20th centuries
Joanne Bailey

Historians of the Late Medieval English Parliament
Gwilym Dodd

Volume 12 (2014)

The ‘Golden Age of Historiography’: Records and Writers in the Reign of Henry II
John D. Hosler

Authorial Intention in Medieval Historiography
Justin Lake

Political Arithmetic’s 18th Century Histories: Quantification in Politics, Religion, and the Public Sphere
Ted McCormick

The State of the Question Regarding Early Medieval Fortress Construction in Southern Germany
Peter Ettel

‘The Aristocracy in Seventeenth‐Century Ireland: Wider Contexts and Comparisons’
Jane Ohlmeyer

Living in ‘New Times’: Historicizing 1980s Britain
Stephen Brooke

Volume 11 (2013)

Teaching and Learning Guide for: A Crisis of Masculinity? Re‐writing the History of Shell‐shock and Gender in First World War Britain
Tracey Loughran

Simon de Montfort and King Henry III: The First Revolution in English History, 1258–1265
Sophie T. Ambler

Postsecular Sex? Secularisation and Religious Change in the History of Sexuality in Britain
Timothy W. Jones

A Crisis of Masculinity? Re‐writing the History of Shell‐shock and Gender in First World War Britain
Tracey Loughran
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Managing Transition: Western Britain from the End of Empire to the Rise of Penda
Dr Roger White

The British Empire, International Government, and Human Rights
Kevin Grant

Response to the Forum
Madhavi Kale

The Indian Ocean during the Cold War: Thinking through a Critical Geography
Christopher J. Lee

Maritime Worlds and Global History: Comparing the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean through Barcelona and Bombay
Nile Green

South Africa’s Indian Ocean – Notes from Johannesburg
Isabel Hofmeyr

Subaltern Lives: History, Identity and Memory in the Indian Ocean World
Clare Anderson

Sea Tracks and Trails: Indian Ocean Worlds as Method
Antoinette Burton, Madhavi Kale, Isabel Hofmeyr, Clare Anderson, Christopher J. Lee and Nile Green

Confrontation and Unification: Approaches to the Political History of Normandy, 911–1035
Dr Mark Hagger

Special Issue: Special Issue on The Historiographical Legacies of David Underdown

Introduction: The Historiographical Legacies of David Underdown
Malcolm Smuts

David Underdown, Royalist Conspirators and the Character of English Politics
Lloyd Bowen

Parties, Parliament and Pride’s Purge: David Underdown as Political Historian
Jason Peacey

Politics and Religion, Community and Modernity: David Underdown in the Historiography of English Puritanism
Dan Beaver

The ‘Chalk’ and the ‘Cheese’: David Underdown, Regional Cultures and Popular Allegiance in the English Revolution
Ann Hughes

Politics and Gender in Crisis in David Underdown’s “The Taming of the Scold”
Rachel Weil

David Underdown and Cricket
Richard Cust

Turning the World Upside Down: Gender and Inversion in the work of David Underdown
Susan D. Amussen

Popular and Smart: Why Scholarship on the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Britain Still Matters
Jacqueline R. deVries

Investigating the Social Aspects Early Medieval Mortuary Practice
Duncan Sayer

Christian Burial Practice in the Early Middle Ages: Rethinking the Anglo‐Saxon Funerary Sphere
Duncan Sayer

Erratum: What Was an Early Modern Public, and How Was It Made?”
Michael McKeon

Teaching & Learning Guide for: The British Nutrition Transition and its Histories
Chris Otter

Religion, Political Thought and the English Civil War
Charles W. A. Prior

Volume 10 (2012)

The English ‘Proto‐Gentry’ in the Reigns of Edward I and Edward II
David Simpkin

Teaching & Learning Guide for: The English ‘Proto‐Gentry’ in the Reigns of Edward I and Edward II
David Simpkin

“Can We still Use ‘Separate Spheres’? British History 25 Years After Family Fortunes”
Susie Steinbach

The British Nutrition Transition and its Histories
Chris Otter

Enlightenment and Religious Politics in Restoration England
William J. Bulman

Centralism and Local Government in Medieval England: Constitutional History and Assembly Politics, 950–1300 Nicholas Karn

Special Issue: Publicity and Privacy in Early Modern Europe: Reflections on Michael McKeon’s Secret History of Domesticity

Guest Editors: Brian Cowan and Leigh Yetter

Publicity and Privacy in Early Modern Europe: Reflections on Michael Mckeon’s The Secret History of Domesticity
Brian Cowan and Leigh Yetter

Bedroom Politics: The Vexed Spaces of Late Medieval Public Making
Bronwen Wilson

‘…and No Loose People to Trouble the Hall’: Oligarchy and the Division of Space in the English Civic Hall to 1640
Robert Tittler

Public and Private Worlds? Social History, Gender and Space
Fiona Williamson

Public Learning and Private Learners: The Separation of Public and Private in Renaissance Literature and Pedagogy
Eric Carlson

Publishing the Private in Dutch Comic Culture
Angela Vanhaelen

Drama Theory, the Division of Knowledge, and the Emergence of the Aesthetic
Marcie Frank

Scenography, Portraiture, and The Rover on the 17th Century English Stage
Patrick Neilson

National Domesticity: “The Fairy Way of Writing”
Kevin Pask

Domesticating the Conscience
Amy Linch

Two Cheers for Modernity
John A. Hall

What Was an Early Modern Public, and How Was It Made?
Michael McKeon

Teaching & Learning Guide for: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics? Nineteenth Century Crime Statistics for England and Wales as an Historical Source
John Walliss

Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics? Nineteenth Century Crime Statistics for England and Wales as a Historical Source
John Walliss

Reading Newspapers: Cultural Histories of the Popular Press in Modern Britain
Adrian Bingham

Volume 9 (2011)

Asa Briggs and the Making of Modern British History
Rohan McWilliam

Transport in Medieval England
John Langdon and Jordan Claridge

State Prelates in Renaissance France and England: New Light on the Formation of Early Modern States

Cédric Michon

Allied Propaganda and World War I: Interwar Legacies, Media Studies, and the Politics of War Guilt

Nicoletta F. Gullac

Out of the Shadow and into the Light – the Impact and Implications of Recent Scholarship on the Jews of Medieval England 1066–1290
Robin R. Mundill

Anglo-Norman Administrations and Their Historians
Stephanie Mooers Christelow

Asa Briggs and the Making of Modern British History
Rohan McWilliam

State Prelates in Renaissance France and England: New Light on the Formation of Early Modern States
Cédric Michon

Transport in Medieval England
John Langdon and Jordan Claridge

Allied Propaganda and World War I: Interwar Legacies, Media Studies, and the Politics of War Guilt
Nicoletta F. Gullace

Out of the Shadow and into the Light – the Impact and Implications of Recent Scholarship on the Jews of Medieval England 1066–1290
Robin R. Mundill

Anglo-Norman Administrations and Their Historians
Stephanie Mooers Christelow

Teaching & Learning Guide for: ‘I mak Bould to Wrigt’: First-Person Narratives in the History of Poverty in England, c. 1750–1900
Alannah Tomkins

‘I mak Bould to Wrigt’: First-Person Narratives in the History of Poverty in England, c. 1750–1900
Alannah Tomkins

Money and the English Economy in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
Paul Latimer

Surveying Scotland’s Urban Past: The Pre-Modern Burgh
J. R. D. Falconer

Reappraising the Elizabethan and Early Stuart Soldier: Recent Historiography on Early Modern English Military Culture
David R. Lawrence

Volume 8 (2010)

Popular Fiction and the ‘Emotional Turn’: The Case of Women in Late Victorian Britain
Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

For Class and Nation: Dominant Trends in the Historiography of Twentieth-Century Wales
Martin Johnes

The Male Body, Beauty and Aesthetics in Modern British Culture
Paul R. Deslandes

Law and Lawbooks in Mediaeval Wales
Robin Chapman Stacey

Re-Forging the ‘Age of Iron’ Part II: The Tenth Century in a New Age?
John Howe

Ulster Sectarianism and the Lessons of South Asian Historiography
Sean Farrell

Thinking Historically about Medieval Emotions
Barbara H. Rosenwein

VIDEO ABSTRACT:

The Historiography of the English State During ‘The Long Eighteenth Century’ Part Two – Fiscal-Military and Nationalist Perspectives
Simon Devereaux

Re-Forging the ‘Age of Iron’ Part I: The Tenth Century as the End of the Ancient World?
John Howe

VIDEO ABSTRACT:

For Class and Nation: Dominant Trends in the Historiography of Twentieth-Century Wales
Martin Johnes

Law and Lawbooks in Mediaeval Wales
Robin Chapman Stacey

The Male Body, Beauty and Aesthetics in Modern British Culture
Paul R. Deslandes

Re-Forging the ‘Age of Iron’ Part II: The Tenth Century in a New Age?
John Howe

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Ulster Sectarianism and the Lessons of South Asian Historiography
Sean Farrell

New Histories of British Imperial Communication and the ‘Networked World’ of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Glen O’Hara

Britain and the Middle East: New Historical Perspectives on the Eastern Question
Michelle Tusan

Radicalism in Civil War and Interregnum England
Philip Baker

Family Matters: The Early Modern Atlantic from the European Side
Julie Hardwick

What is ‘Catholic Enlightenment’?
Ulrich L. Lehner

Home, Colonial and Foreign: Europe, Empire and the History of Migration in 20th-century Britain
Wendy Webster

Political Culture in the 1590s: The ‘Second Reign of Elizabeth’
Alexandra Gajda

Volume 7 (2009)

The Changing Fortunes of Britain’s ‘Heritage’ of Historic Buildings since 1945
Janet Inglis

The Empire’s War Recalled: Recent Writing on the Western Front Experience of Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa and the West Indies
John Connor

History and Historiography of the English East India Company: Past, Present, and Future!
Philip J. Stern

The Historiography of the English State during ‘the Long Eighteenth Century': Part I – Decentralized Perspectives
Simon Devereaux

The History of Medieval Theatre / Theatre of Medieval History: Dramatic Documents and the Performance of the Past
Carol Symes

Assessing Women, Gender, and Empire in Britain’s Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missionary Movement
Elizabeth Prevost

From Irish Eineach to British Honor? Noble Honor and High Politics in Early Modern Ireland, 1500–1650
Brendan Kane

A New Trumpet? The History of Women in Scotland 1300–1700
Elizabeth Ewan

Volume 6 (2008)

Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English Worlds? A Four-Nation Approach to the History of the British Empire
John M. MacKenzie

The Uncertain Death of Edward II?
J.S. Hamilton

The Martin Marprelate Tracts (1588–89) and the Popular Voice
Joseph L. Black

Between Revolutions: Re-Appraising the Restoration in Britain
Gary S. De Krey

England and France in the Sixteenth Century
Glenn John Richardson

Are You Getting Enough Culture? Moving from Social to Cultural History in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Paul Kleber Monod

Victorian Museums and Victorian Society
Amy Woodson-Boulton

The Historiography and Source Materials in the Study of Internal Security in Modern Britain (1885–1956)
Richard Colin Thurlow

Early Modern Ireland: A British Atlantic Colony?
John Gibney

Volume 5 (2007)

British Exploration in the Nineteenth Century: A Historiographical Survey
Dane Kennedy

From ‘Woman-Loving Woman’ to ‘Queer': Historiographical Perspectives on Twentieth-Century British Lesbian History
Rebecca Jennings

Politics and Theatrical Culture in Restoration England
Andrew R. Walkling

Railing Rhymes Revisited: Libels, Scandals, and Early Stuart Politics
Alastair Bellany

Publicity and Privacy in the History of the British Coffeehouse
Brian Cowan

Political Economy and the Problem of the Plebs in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Ben Dew

Religion and Popular Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
Timothy G. McMahon

Homosexuality between Men in Britain since the Eighteenth Century
H. G. Cocks

Scotland, Europe and the English ‘Missing Link’ 
Steve Murdoch

What Should Historians Do With Heroes? Reflections on Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Britain
Max Jones

Modern Britain and the New Imperial History
James Thompson

Reshaping British History: The Historiography of West Indians in Britain in the Twentieth Century
Anne Rush

The York Play: Expanding the Boundaries of Civic Drama
Sheila Christie

Empire, Cultures and Identities in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Britain
Simon J. Potter

Challenging the New Military History: The Case of Eighteenth-Century British Army Studies
William P. Tatum III

Print and Public Politics in Seventeenth-Century England
Jason Peacey

The Later Medieval English Urban Household
Sarah Rees Jones, Felicity Riddy, Cordelia Beattie, Charlotte Carpenter, Matthew Holford, Lara McClure, Sarah Williams, Jayne Rimmer, Jeremy Goldberg, Bethany Hamblen, Isabel Davis, Rachel Moss, Wanchen Tai, Bronach Kane, Kate McLean

Volume 4 (2005)

Calvinist Internationalism and the English Officer Corps, 1562–1642
David Trim

“Scottishness,””Britishness,” and Scottish Tourism, 1770–1914
Katherine Haldane Grenier

Saxon or European? Interpreting and Reinterpreting St Boniface
James Palmer

Rediscovering Difference?: Nations, Peoples and Politics in the British Civil Wars
Lloyd Bowen

Local Concerns: Suicide and Jury Behavior in Medieval England
Sara M. Butler

Flappers and Factory Lads: Youth and Youth Culture in Interwar Britain
Selina Todd

Rediscovering Christianity After the Postmodern Turn
Jacqueline deVries

Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists: A Brief Historiographical Inquiry
Nedra McCloud

Aristocratic and Gentry Women, 1460–1640
Barbara J. Harris

Nabobs Revisited: A Cultural History of British Imperialism and the Indian Question in Late-Eighteenth-Century Britain
Tillman W. Nechtman

English and British National Identity
Krishan Kumar

The Origins of English Puritanism
Karl Gunther

Finding the Middle-Ground: The Middling Sort in the Eighteenth Century
Perry Gauci

Queenship: Politics and Gender in Tudor England
Retha Warnicke

Digitising History From Below: The Old Bailey Proceedings Online, 1674–1834
Tim Hitchcock, Robert Shoemaker

Counterfactual Mexicos
John H. Coatsworth

The Domestic Soldier: British Housewives and the Nation in the Second World War
Jennifer Purcell

Recent Work in Seventeenth-Century Economic Thought
Brian Weiser

Imperial Circuits and Networks: Geographies of the British Empire
Alan Lester

Scotland and the Rise of Civic Culture, 1550–1650
Arthur Williamson

Criminal Violence in Modern Britain
J. Carter Wood

The Economic Value of British Colonial Empire in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Ralph A. Austen, Woodruff D. Smith

The History of Cricket
David Underdown

Volume 3 (2005)

History and Literature in the Age of Defoe and Swift
Mark Knights

Mid-Tudor Politics and Political Culture
Norman Jones

Politics, Religion and the English Reformation, 1533–1547: Some Problems and Issues
Dale Hoak

Catholicism in Early Modern Ireland and Britain
Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin

Jewishness and Britishness in the Eighteenth Century
Isaac Land

A New Paradigm for British Labour History
Alastair J. Reid

British Conceptions of Ireland and Irishness in the Nineteenth Century
Michael Nie

Deference and Dissent in Tudor England: Reflections on Sixteenth-Century Protest
K. J. Kesselring

Migration to Britain from South Asia, 1600s–1850s
Michael H. Fisher

Volume 2 (2004)

Newspapers in Victorian Britain
Mark Hampton

Catholic Martyrdom in Early Modern Ireland
Clodagh Tait

Seventeenth-Century Print Culture
Joad Raymond

Recent Writing on Early Modern British Urban History (c. 1540-1720)
Robert Tittler

State Formation and the Historiography of Early Modern England
Michael Braddick

From sub-Roman Britain to Anglo-Saxon England: Debating the Insular Dark Ages
Nick Higham

British Castle Studies in the Late 20th and 21st Centuries
Sarah Speight

How Stiff were their Upper Lips? Research on Late-Victorian and Edwardian Masculinity
Stephen Heathorn

Volume 1 (2003)

British Biography, Large and Small
Brian Harrison

The Glorious Revolution
Steve Pincus

Scottish or British?
Christopher Harvie

The History of Parliament
Paul Seaward

The Reformation Revived: The English Reformation Beyond Revisionism
Susan Wabuda

The John Foxe Project
David Loades

‘Dead Meat’ Dramas: Diseased Meat and the Public’s Health
Keir Waddington

The Reign of James VI and I: the Birth of Britain
Pauline Croft