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Art History
Australian Economic History Review
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies
Centaurus
Early Medieval Europe
Economic History Review
Gender & History
The Historian
Historical Research
History
History Compass
History and Theory
History of Education Quarterly
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies
The Journal of the Historical Society
Journal of Religious History
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Science
Journal of Supreme Court History
The Latin Americanist
Parliamentary History
Renaissance Studies
The Russian Review
 
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Art History
 
Megan Holmes
Miraculous Images in Renaissance Florence

Alain George
Orality, Writing and the Image in the Maqamat: Arabic Illustrated Books in Context

Paroma Chatterjee
Francis's Secret Stigmata
Art History
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Australian Economic History Review
 
Brian Cooke, Peter Chudleigh, Sarah Simpson and Glen Saunders
The Economic Benefits of the Biological Control of Rabbits in Australia, 1950–2011

Eugene K. Choi
Another Spinning Innovation: The Case of the Rattling Spindle, Garabō, in the Development of the Japanese Spinning Industry

Peter Spearritt
The 200-km City: Brisbane, The Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast
Australian Economic History Review
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Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
 
Bettina Bock von Wülfingen
Freud's “Core of our Being” Between Cytology and Psychoanalysis

Helmut Pulte
Rational Mechanics in the Eighteenth Century. On Structural Developments of a Mathematical Science

Martin Carrier
Historical Epistemology: On the Diversity and Change of Epistemic Values in Science
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
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Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies
 
Christopher Smith
Thinking About Kings

Wouter F. M. Henkelman           
Of Tapyroi And Tablets, States And Tribes: The Historical Geography Of Pastoralism In The Achaemenid Heartland In Greek And Elamite Sources

Susan Sherratt
The Trojan War: History Or Bricolage?
Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies
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Centaurus
 
Hasok Chang   
We Have Never Been Whiggish (About Phlogiston)

Olivier Darrigol 
The Analogy between Light and Sound in the History of Optics from the Ancient Greeks to Isaac Newton. Part 1

John Van Wyhe, Mark J. Pallen 
The ‘Annie Hypothesis': Did the Death of His Daughter Cause Darwin to ‘Give up Christianity’?
Centaurus
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Early Medieval Europe
 
Lesley Abrams 
Diaspora And Identity In The Viking Age

Jean-Pierre Devroey, Nicolas Schroeder
Beyond Royal Estates And Monasteries: Landownership In The Early Medieval Ardennes

Francesco Borri
White Croatia And The Arrival Of The Croats: An Interpretation Of Constantine Porphyrogenitus On The Oldest Dalmatian History
Early Medieval Europe
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The Economic History Review
 
Carlos Álvarez-Nogal, Leandro Prados De La Escosura
The rise and fall of Spain (1270–1850)

Jane Humphries
Childhood and child labour in the British industrial revolution

Jacob F. Field
Domestic service, gender, and wages in rural England, c.1700–1860
The Economic History Review
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Gender & History
 
Jeanne Boydston         
Gender as a Question of Historical Analysis

April J. Mayes
Why Dominican Feminism Moved to the Right: Class, Colour and Women's Activism in the Dominican Republic, 1880s–1940s

Hannah Barker
A Grocer's Tale: Gender, Family and Class in Early Nineteenth-Century Manchester
Gender & History
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The Historian
 
Christian Philip Peterson
Confronting Moscow: The Reagan Administration, Human Rights, and the Final Act

Christopher Tucker
Melody and Mirth on Washington Street: John Ordway and Blackface Minstrelsy in Antebellum Boston

Jonathan Hooks
Redeemed Honor: The President-Little Belt Affair and the Coming of the War of 1812
The Historian
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Historical Research
 
Eliza Riedi
The women pro-Boers: gender, peace and the critique of empire in the South African war

James Hill
The Catalogus Baronum and the recruitment and administration of the armies of the Norman kingdom of Sicily: a re-examination

Gareth Stedman Jones
An end to poverty: the French Revolution and the promise of a world beyond want
Historical Research
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History
 
John M. Regan 
The ‘Bandon Valley Massacre’ as a Historical Problem

Paul E. Chevedden
The Islamic View and the Christian View of the Crusades: A New Synthesis

C. S. L. Davies
Tudor: What's in a Name?
History
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History Compass
 
Clare Downham
Viking Ethnicities: A Historiographic Overview

Christopher Ocker
The German Reformation and Medieval Thought and Culture

Aaron Windel
British Colonial Education in Africa: Policy and Practice in the Era of Trusteeship
History Compass
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History and Theory
 
Joan W. Scott                          
The Incommensurability of Psychoanalysis and History
                                                 
Helge Jordheim                                    
Against Periodization:  Koselleck’s Theory of Multiple Temporalities

Nica Tozzi
The Epistemic and Moral Role of Testimony
History and Theory
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History of Education Quarterly
 
Kate Rousmaniere
Those Who Can't, Teach: The Disabling History of American Educators

Lester F. Goodchild
G. Stanley Hall and an American Social Darwinist Pedagogy: His Progressive Educational Ideas on Gender and Race

Jon N. Hale
The Struggle Begins Early: Head Start and the Mississippi Freedom Movement
History of Education Quarterly
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Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies
 
Lawrence E. Klein
Addisonian Afterlives: Joseph Addison In Eighteenth-Century Culture

Sanja Perovic   
The French Republican Calendar: Time, History and the Revolutionary Event

Haydn Mason
Voltaire and War
Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies
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The Journal of the Historical Society
 
Hyrum Lewis
Historians and the Myth of American Conservatism
                                   
Daniel P. Gitterman
Making the New Deal Stick? The Minimum Wage and American Political History
                                   
William Palmer
All Coherence Gone? A Cultural History of Leading History Departments in the United States, 1970-2012
The Journal of the Historical Society
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Journal of Religious History
 
Callum G. Brown
What Was the Religious Crisis of yhe 1960s?

Carole M. Cusack         
Some Recent Trends in the Study of Religion and Youth

Kiri Paramore
Political Modernity and Secularization: Thoughts from the Japanese Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Journal of Religious History
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Journal of the History of the Behavioral Science
 
David C. Devonis
Timothy Leary's Mid-Career Shift:  Clean Break or Inflection Point?

Peter Lamont
The Making of Extraordinary Psychological Phenomena

Marlise Rijks
Max Weber in the American Journal of Sociology:  A Case of Circulating Knowledge in the United States 1970-2010
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Science
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Journal of Supreme Court History
 
Albert Lawrence
Herbert Brownell, Jr.: The Hidden Hand in the Selection of Earl Warren and the Government's Role in Brown v. Board of Education

Marlene Trestman
Fair Labor: The Remarkable Life and Legal Career of Bessie Margolin (1909-1996)

Anthony J. Gaughan
The Arlington Cemetery Case: A Court and a Nation Divided
Journal of Supreme Court History
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The Latin Americanist
 
Stephen D. Morris
The Impact of Drug‐Related Violence on Corruption in Mexico

Amy Risley
Sex Trafficking: The “Other” Crisis in Mexico?

Renee G. Scherlen
U.S. Evaluation OF Mexican Drug War Efforts: Short‐Termed and Short‐Sighted
The Latin Americanist
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Parliamentary History
 
Seymour Drescher
Public Opinion And Parliament In The Abolition Of The British Slave Trade

David Feldman
Extending The Role Of The Courts: The Human Rights Act 1998

Steve Pincus
Addison's Empire: Whig Conceptions of Empire in the Early 18th Century
Parliamentary History
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Renaissance Studies
 
Catherine Whistler
Uncovering Beauty: Titian's Triumph Of Love In The Vendramin Collection

Heiner Zimmermann         
Macbeth And Hercules

Daniel M. Unger 
The pope, the painter, and the dynamics of social standing in the Stanza della Segnatura
Renaissance Studies
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The Russian Review
 
Andy Byford
Parent Diaries and the Child Study Movement in Late Imperial and Early Soviet Russia

Megan Swift
The Bronze Horseman Rides Again: The Stalinist Reimaging of Alexander Pushkin's Mednyi vsadnik, 1928-53

Wilson T. Bell
Was the Gulag an Archipelago? De-Convoyed Prisoners and Porous Borders in the Camps of Western Siberia
The Russian Review
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Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration
 
David J. Metzler
The Human Colonization of the Americas: Archaeology

Xiangming Chen
Borderlands and Migration: An Overview

Dawn Chatty
Forced Migration
 
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