The Historical Journal DATINI

The Historical Journal
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
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ISSN: 0018-246X
già: The Cambridge historical journal (1923-1957);
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini” – Coll: Riv. Digitale
Consistenza: n. 40, 1997, f. 1-
Lacune: –

Conservata in: Università di Firenze, Biblioteca Umanistica
Punto di Servizio: Deposito San Gallo – Scienza della formazione – Collocazione: 7 R00 00033/ 45
Consistenza: 14 (1971) –
[2030-2021 ] [2020-2011 ] [ 2010-1997 ] [1996-1993 ] [1992-1983 ] [1982-1973 ] [1972-1958 ]

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n. 67, 2024, f. 1

Jeffrey Dymond, Ciceronian Jurisprudence and the Law of Nations, p. 1-20
Charmian Mansell, Reconstructing the Labour of Care in Early Modern England, p. 21-41
Jonah Miller, Suffrage and the Secret Ballot in Eighteenth-Century London Parishes, p. 42-61
Kate Rivington, Maria Weston Chapman, French Salons, and Transatlantic Abolitionism in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, p. 62-81
Alison Carrol, Imagining a Channel Tunnel in France after the First World War, p. 82-101
Niamh Cullen, Katharina Rowold, Mothers? Milk and Mothers? Time: Childcare Advice and the Conceptualization of Demand Feeding in Post-1945 Britain and Italy, p. 102-123
Allan T. F. Pang, Entertainment, Chinese Culture, and Late Colonialism in Hong Kong, p. 124-147

Gina Anne Tam, Introduction: Why ?Decolonizing Chinese History??, p. 148-150
James A. Millward, How ?Chinese Dynasties? Periodization Works with the ?Tribute System? and ?Sinicization? to Erase Diversity and Euphemize Colonialism in Historiography of China, p. 151-160
Catherine Lila Chou, Decolonizing the ?One China? Narrative: The Case of Taiwan, p. 161-168
Gina Anne Tam, Colonialism and Nationalism in Hong Kong: Towards True Decolonization, p. 169-177
Taomo Zhou, The Multidirectional Diaspora: Writing Chinese Migration History in a Time of Global Racial Reckoning, p. 178-186
James Gethyn Evans, Global Maoism and the Decolonization of China?s History, p. 187-193
Gina Anne Tam, Conclusion, p. 194-197

n. 66, 2023, f. 5

Hillary Taylo, Toll Disputes, Grain Marketing, and Economic Culture in England, c. 1550–1800, p. 925-944
Benjamin W. D. Redding, The Western Design Revised: Death, Dissent, and Discontent on the Gloucester, 1654–1656, p. 945-970
William H. F. Mitchell, English Travel Writers? Representations of Freedom in the United Provinces, c. 1670–1795, p. 971-989
Alice Whitehead, Proximity, Patronage and Politics in the Correspondence of Lady Elizabeth Anson, c. 1748–1760, p. 990-1010
Elias Buchetmann, Paine?s Rights of man in Germany, p. 1011-1033
Amerigo Caruso, Noble-Bourgeois Elites in an Age of Revolutions, c. 1790–1850, p. 1034-1052
Alison K. Smith, Prosperity and Precarity in Imperial Russia’s Long Nineteenth Century, p. 1053-1078
Avner Ofrath, Alsace in Algeria and the Notion of ?Failure? in Settler Political Culture, c. 1870–1960, p. 1079-1099
Nicolas Bell-Romero, William Munro Tapp: Colonial Investor and Caius College Philanthropist, 1925–1937, p. 1100-1128
Pau Casanellas, ETA, the Algerian FLN, and the Strategy of Political Defence between Europe and the Third World, 1950s–1970s, p. 1129-1151

Historiographical Review, p. 1152-1176
Communication, p. 1177-1188

n. 66, 2023, f. 4

Róisín Donohoe, Locating Childbirth Devotion in the English Parish Church, 1450–1580, p. 725-745
Tom Pye, The Scottish Enlightenment and the Remaking of Modern History, p. 746-772
Kilian Harrer, Mass Pilgrimage and the Usable Empire in a Napoleonic Borderland, p. 773-794
Nathaniël D. B. Kunkeler, Finland and Military Volunteers in the Swedish Fascist Imaginary, 1809–1944, p. 795-817
David Brown, Myth, Manchester, and the Battle of British Public Opinion during the American Civil War, p. 818-841
Timothy Verhoeven, Clerical Child Sexual Abuse and the Culture Wars in France, 1891–1913, p. 842-863
Dina Gusejnova, Librarians as Agents of German Foreign Policy and the Cultural Consequences of the First World War, p. 864-886
Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, Alessandro Ambrosino, The 1939 Option Agreement and the ‘Consistent Ambivalence’ of Fascist Policies towards Minorities in the Italian New Provinces, p. 887-908

Eduardo Posada-Carbó, Learning ‘To Read Again’, p. 909-911
Maria Elisa Noronha de Sá, Rethinking Conceptual History in an Iberian Atlantic Perspective, p. 912-915
Nicola Miller, Theory of History, Epistemic Transformations, and Presentism, p. 916-918
Javier Fernández Sebastián, Author’s Response, p. 919-924

n. 66, 2023, f. 3

Jessica O’Leary, Luís Fróis, Gendered Knowledge, and the Jesuit Encounter with Sixteenth-Century Japan, p. 497-515
Susan Flavin, Marc Meltonville, Charlie Taverner, Joshua Reid, Stephen Lawrence, Carlos Belloch-Molina, John Morrissey, Understanding Early Modern Beer: An Interdisciplinary Case-Study, p. 516-549
Lucia Patrizio Gunning, Debbie Challis, Planned Plunder, the British Museum, and the 1868 Maqdala Expedition, p. 550-572
Andrew Phemister, The Right to Life, the Right to Nature, and the Impact of Irish Land on Political Thought in the 1880s, p. 573-592
Heather Ellis, The Indian Civil Service, Classical Studies, and an Education in Empire, 1890-1914, p. 593-618
Mark Hearn, Interpreting Eric Hobsbawm’s History of the Fin de Siècle ‘Twilight Zone’, p. 619-640
Jack Bowman, The Early Political Thought and Publishing Career of V. K. Krishna Menon, 1928-1938, p. 641-665
Natalia Jarska, Sylwia Ku?ma-Markowska, Explaining the Calendar: The Catholic Church and Family Planning in Poland, 1930-1957, p. 666-688
David Brydan, Christian Humanitarianism, Refugee Stories, and the Making of the Cold War West, p. 689-714

Review Article, p. 715-724

n. 66, 2023, f. 2

Brodie Waddell, The Economic Crisis of the 1690s in England, p. 281-302
Callan Davies, The Place of Bearwards in Early Modern England, p. 303-324
Thomas M. Larkin, The Global American Civil War and Anglo-American Relations in China’s Treaty Ports, p. 325-347
Durba Ghosh, Stabilizing History through Statues, Monuments, and Memorials in Curzon’s India, p. 348-369
Tania Shew, Women’s Suffrage, Political Economy, and the Transatlantic Birth Strike Movement, 1911-1920, p. 370-391
Takuya Furuta, J. R. Seeley in Japan, 1880s-1940s, p. 392-412
Helen Roche, Lisa Pine, Schools’ and ‘Elite Schools’. The Biopolitics of Education in the Third Reich’s ‘Special Schools’ and ‘Elite Schools’, p. 413-434
Oliver Godsmark, Fragmented Sovereignty, ?akait? (Banditry), and ‘Criminal Tribe’ in a ‘Minor’ State of Late Colonial India, p. 435-458
Donghyun Woo, The Peaceful Origins of North Korea’s Nuclear Programme in the Cold War Period, 1945-1965, p. 459-479

Review Article, p. 480-495

n. 66, 2023, f. 1

Charlie Taverner, Susan Flavin, Food and Power in Sixteenth-Century Ireland: Studying Household Accounts from Dublin Castle, p. 1-26
Charles Ivar McGrath, Anti-Standing Army Ideology, Identity, and Ideas of Union within the British Isles, 1689-1714, p. 27-48
John Lidwell-Durnin, Plague, Crisis, and Scientific Authority during the London Caterpillar Outbreak of 1782, p. 49-71
Jean-Michel Johnston, Oded Y. Steinberg, Armenians, Jews, and Humanitarianism in the ‘Age of Questions’, 1830-1900, p. 72-100
Chinami Oka, Arai Osui and the Transnational Reimagination of Civilization in the Late Nineteenth-Century United States, p. 101-121
Nanna Katrine Lüders Kaalund, Erasure as a Tool of Nineteenth-Century European Exploration, and the Arctic Travels of Tookoolito and Ipiirvik, p. 122-140
Patrick Doyle, The Irish Land Question, the International Monetary Problem, and Archbishop William Walsh, 1881-1896, p. 141-164
Vikram Visana, Glory and Humiliation in the Making of V. D. Savarkar’s Hindu Nationalism, p. 165-185
Stuart Middleton, The Crisis of Democracy in Interwar Britain, p. 186-209
Helena F. S. Lopes, The Impact of Refugees in Neutral Hong Kong and Macau, 1937-1945, p. 210-236
Annalisa Urbano, International Law of War, War Crimes in Ethiopia, and Italy’s Imperial Misrecollection at the End of Empire, 1946-1950, p. 237-257
Kate Law, Women’s Activism in the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1986-1994, p. 258-279

n. 65, 2022, f. 5

Mark R. F. Williams, Experiencing Time in the Early English East India Company, p. 1175-1196
Jake Dyble, General Average, Human Jettison, and the Status of Slaves in Early Modern Europe, p. 1197-1220
Kate Loveman, Women and the History of Samuel Pepys’s Diary, p. 1221-1243
Stephen Griffin, Duke Leopold of Lorraine, Small State Diplomacy, and the Stuart Court in Exile, 1716-1729, p. 1244-1261
Tom Scriven, Slavery and Abolition in Chartist Thought and Culture, 1838-1850, p. 1262-1284
David San Narciso, Honourable Businessmen: Respectability and ‘Gentlemanly Capitalism’ in Spain, 1840-1880, p. 1285-1309
Daniel C. Beaver, Baseball, Modernity, and Science Discourse in British Popular Culture, 1871-1883, p. 1310-1332
Vanda Wilcox, Imperial Thinking and Colonial Combat in the Early Twentieth-Century Italian Army, p. 1333-1353
Stanislaw Boridczenko, Cross-Border Movement in Interwar Polesie as a Manifestation of the Local Population’s Indifference towards the State, p. 1354-1373
Tom Arnold-Forster, Journalism and Corruption in Chicago, 1912-1931, p. 1374-1396
Florence Mok, Disseminating and Containing Communist Propaganda to Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia through Hong Kong, the Cold War Pivot, 1949-1960, p. 1397-1417
Jennifer Crane, Gifted Children, Youth Culture, and Popular Individualism in 1970s and 1980s Britain, p. 1418-1441

Jonathan McGovern, Royal Counsel in Tudor England, 1485-1603, p. 1442-1469 Venus Bivar, Historicizing Economic Growth: An Overview of Recent Works, p. 1470-1489

Luca Scholz, A Distant Reading of Legal Dissertations from German Universities in the Seventeenth Century – CORRIGENDUM, p. 1490-1491

n. 65, 2022, f. 4

Alexis D. Litvine, The Annihilation of Space: A Bad (Historical) Concept, p. 871-900
Anna Gialdini, Bookbinders in the Early Modern Venetian Book Trade, p. 901-921
Martin Heale, Thomas More and the Defence of the Religious Orders in Henry VIII’s England, p. 922-945
Andrew Crome, The Münster Rising, Memories of Violence, and Perceptions of Dissent in Restoration England, p. 946-968
Andrew Mansfield, The First Earl of Shaftesbury’s Resolute Conscience and Aristocratic Constitutionalism, p. 969-991
AnnaMarie Pípalová, Bohuslav Balbín and the Patriotic Reconceptualization of Bohemia, c. 1650-1675, p. 992-1014
Lina Weber, National Debt and Political Allegiance in Eighteenth-Century Britain, p. 1015-1034
Catriona Murray, Reimagining the Family of King Charles I in Nineteenth-Century British Painting, p. 1035-1059
Alastair Paynter, Bruce Smith and Anglo-Australian Liberalism, p. 1060-1080
Ian Brown, Law and Order, the Rule of Law, and the Legitimation of the Colonial Presence in Late British Burma, p. 1081-1101
Ornit Shani, The People and the Making of India’s Constitution, p. 1102-1123
Daniel Haines, Development, Citizenship, and the Bhakra-Nangal Dams in Postcolonial India, 1948-1952, p. 1124-1144

Historiographical Review, p. 1145

n. 65, 2022, f. 3

Adam Simmons, The African Adoption of the Portuguese Crusade during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, p. 571-590
Samuel Fullerton, John Pym and Libellous Politics in Early Civil War England, p. 591-611
Ella Sbaraini, The Materiality of English Suicide Letters, c. 1700 – c. 1850, p. 612-639
David Do Paco, Women in Diplomacy in Late Eighteenth-Century Istanbul, p. 640-662
Dzavid Dzanic, France’s Informal Empire in the Mediterranean, 1815-1830, p. 663-684
Katherine Arnold, Fashioning an Imperial Metropolis at the 1896 Berliner Gewerbeausstellung, p. 685-706
R. J. C. Adams, Vaida Nik?aite, Ethnic Fundraising in America and the Irish and Lithuanian Wars of Independence, 1918-1923, p. 707-729
Milena Skulimowska, Poland’s Colonial Aspirations and the Question of a Mandate over Liberia, 1933-1939, p. 730-749
David Thackeray, Mass Observation, Apathy, and Electoral Politics in England, 1937-1950, p. 750-773
Souvik Naha, Gender, Power, and Cricket Spectators in Calcutta, 1960s-1990s, p. 774-796
Jessica White, Black Women’s Groups, Life Narratives, and the Construction of the Self in Late Twentieth-Century Britain, p. 797-817

Joanna Innes, Life after Venice, p. 818-821
Dominique Kirchner Reill, The Mediterranean Napoleonic Crisis That Did Not End and Got Tongues Wagging, p. 822-824
Joseph John Viscomi, On Perspective and Possibility in Mediterranean History, p. 825-829
Anastasia Stouraiti, Paths Not Taken: Imperial Legacies and Diasporic Imagination in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean, p. 830-833
Konstantina Zanou, Author’s Response, p. 834-837

Historiographical Review, p. 838
Review Article, p. 856
Addendum, p. 869

n. 65, 2022, f. 2

Anna Parker, Women, Bridal Girdles, and the Household in Renaissance Prague, p. 225-248
John Walter, The ‘Recusancy Revolt’ of 1603 Revisited, Popular Politics, and Civic Catholicism in Early Modern Ireland, p. 249-274
Mark Empey, Power, Prerogative, and the Politics of Sir Thomas Wentworth in Early Stuart England and Ireland, p. 275-296
Luca Scholz, A Distant Reading of Legal Dissertations from German Universities in the Seventeenth Century, p. 297-327
Esme Cleall, Onni Gust, Disability as a Problem of Humanity in Scottish Enlightenment Thought, p. 328-348
Patrick D. Rasico, Auctions and the Making of the Nabob in Late Eighteenth-Century Calcutta and London, p. 349-370
Alex Middleton, Britain and the Paraguayan Dictatorship, c. 1820-1840, p. 371-392
Scott Travanion Connors, Mass Petitioning, Education Reform, and the Development of Political Culture in Madras, 1839-1842, p. 393-414
James Watts, Land Reform, Henry Rider Haggard, and the Politics of Imperial Settlement, 1900-1920, p. 415-435
David Monger, The Press Bureau, ‘D’ Notices, and Official Control of the British Press’s Record of the First World War, p. 436-461
Sarah B. Snyder, Guns of Peace and an Early Campaign against Smallpox, p. 462-481
Artemis J. Photiadou, The Detention of Non-Enemy Civilians Escaping to Britain during the Second World War, p. 482-504
Joy Damousi, Filippo Nelli, Anh Nguyen Austen, Alessandro Toffoli, Mary Tomsic, Forced Migration, Oceanic Humanitarianism, and the Paradox of Danger and Saviour of a Vietnamese Refugee Boat Journey, p. 505-526

Guillaume Calafat, The Mediterranean as a Society of Prisoners, p. 527-529
Randall McGowen, The Prisoner of War and the Eighteenth-Century Prison, p. 530-532
Margaret Hunt, Prisoner Regimes and a Transnational History from Below, p. 533-536
Rachel Weil, War Imprisonment and British Prison Reform, p. 537-539
Renaud Morieux, Author’s Response: Some Thoughts on War Prisons, the Law of Nations, and Historical Comparisons, p. 540-544

Historiographical Review, p. 545

n. 65, 2022, f. 1

Kathryn James, Phil Withington, Introduction to Intoxicants and Early Modern European Globalization, p. 1-11

Benjamin Breen, The Failed Globalization of Psychedelic Drugs in the Early Modern World, p. 12-29
Lauren Working, Tobacco and the Social Life of Conquest in London, 1580-1625, p. 30-48
E. C. Spary, Opium, Experimentation, and Alterity in France, p. 49-67
Phil Withington, Addiction, Intoxicants, and the Humoral Body, p. 68-90
Kathryn James, The Intoxicant as Preservative and Scientific Instrument in the World of James Petiver, p. 91-107
Angela McShane, Tobacco-Taking and Identity-Making in Early Modern Britain and North America, p. 108-129
Cynthia Roman, Smoking Clubs in Graphic Satire and the Anglicizing of Tobacco in Eighteenth-Century Britain, p. 130-148
Nuala Zahedieh, A Copper Still and the Making of Rum in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World, p. 149-166
Mark Peterson, Boston in New England, Intoxicant Town, p. 167-184
Philip J. Stern, Alcohol and the Ambivalence of the Early English East India Company-State, p. 185-201
Trevor Burnard, Tropical Hospitality, British Masculinity, and Drink in Late Eighteenth-Century Jamaica, p. 202-223

n. 64, 2021, f. 5

Kaarlo Havu, Erasmus and Juan Luis Vives on rhetorical decorum and politics, p. 1151-1172
Claudia J. Rogers, Malintzin as a conquistadora and warrior woman in the Lienzo de Tlaxcala (c. 1552), p. 1173-1197 Frederick G. Crofts, Visualizing germanness through costumes in the sixteenth century, p. 1198-1229
Carl J. Griffin, Rural workers and the role of the rural in eighteenth-century english food RIOTING, p. 1230-1256
Joseph HoneJohn Darby and the Whig Canon, p. 1257-1280 Jasper Heinzen, State-building, conquest, and royal sovereignty in Prussia, 1815-1871, p. 1281-1310
James Taylor, Trust, friends, and investment in late Victorian England, p. 1311-1331
Ann Marie O’brien, The revolutionary aims of Ireland’s forgotten diplomats, 1919-1922, p. 1332-1354
Alex Mayhew, British expeditionary force vegetable shows, allotment culture, and life behind the lines during the Great War, p. 1355-1378
Margarita Vilar-Rodríguez, Rafael Vallejo-Pousada, Automobiles and tourism as indicators of development in Spain, 1918-1939, p. 1379-1402
Gábor Szegedi, The emancipation of masturbation in twentieth-century Hungary, p. 1403-1427
Charlotte Faucher, Restoring the image of France in Britain, 1944-1947, p. 1428-1448

Historiographical Review, p. 1449

n. 64, 2021, f. 4

David Coast, William Tyndale, Henry VIII, and the obedience of a Christian man, p. 823-843
Tom Hamilton, A sodomy scandal on the eve of the French wars of religion, p. 844-864
Katarzyna Kosior, Henry Valois’s Court and elective kingship in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1573-1574, p. 865-890
Francesco Quatrini, Reassessing the polish brethren on magistracy, pacifism, and warfare in the seventeenth century, p. 891-911
Edmond Smith, The social networks of investment in early modern England, p. 912-939
Erik De Lange, The congress system and the French invasion of Algiers, 1827-1830, p. 940-962 Charlotte Johann, Sovereignty and the legal legacies of empire in early nineteenth-century Prussia, p. 963-987
Paul A. Pickering, Garibaldi IN Australia, p. 988-1008
Aashish Velkar, Swadeshi capitalism in colonial Bombay, p. 1009-1034
Anton Jäger, State and corporation in American populist political philosophy, 1877-1902, p. 1035-1059
Ángel Alcalde, Wartime and post-war rape in Franco’s Spain, p. 1060-1082
Jennie Taylor, Simon Prince, Temporalities, ritual, and drinking in mass observation’s worktown, p. 1083-1104

Historiographical Review, p. 1105

n. 64, 2021, f. 3

Marta Manzanares Mileo, Sweet debates in seventeenth-century Barcelona, p. 515-532
Avi Lifschitz, Philosophy and political agency in the writings of Frederick II of Prussia, p. 533-556
Susannah Ottaway, Austin Mason, Reconsidering poor law institutions by virtually reconstructing and re-viewing an eighteenth-century workhouse, p. 557-582
Patrick Anthony, Labour, folklore, and environmental politics in German mining around 1800, p. 583-605
James Morris, Locating the Wallachian revolution of 1848, p. 606-625
Meera Anna Oommen, Colonial pig-sticking, imperial agendas, and natural history in the Indian Subcontinent, p. 626-649
Jagjeet Lally, Salt and sovereignty in colonial Burma, p. 650-673
Jonathan Krause, Islam and anti-colonial rebellions in North and West Africa, 1914-1918, p. 674-695
Luke Blaxill, Taym Saleh, Lloyd George and the electoral decline of the British Liberal Party IN THE 1920s, p. 696-726
David Saunders, Pacifism, infection, and ‘somatic citizenship’ in Wartime Britain, 1940-1943, p. 727-749
Laura Quinton, Britain’s Royal Ballet in apartheid South Africa, 1960, p. 750-773
Chloe Kattar, The Lebanese study committee: a Christian think tank in Wartime Lebanon (1975-1982), p. 774-795

Historiographical Review, 796

n. 64, 2021, f. 2

Philip Williamson, Natalie Mears, James I and gunpowder treason day, p. 185-210
Jon Cooper, Credit AND the problem of trust in the thought of John Locke, c. 1668-1704, p. 211-232
Benedek M. Varga, Making Maria Theresia ‘King’ of Hungary, p. 233-254
Kate Gibson, Faith and urban domestic sociability in Northern England, 1760-1835, p. 255-280
Aditya Ramesh, Indian rivers, ‘productive works’, and the emergence of large dams in nineteenth-century Madras, p. 281-309
Trevor Wyn Roberts, The comité de l’Afrique Française, the chad plan, and the origins of Fashoda, p. 310-331
Henry Miller, The British women’s suffrage movement and the practice of petitioning, 1890-1914, p. 332-356
Jules Skotnes-Brown, Domestication, degeneration, and the establishment of the Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa, 1910s-1930s, p. 357-383
James Greenhalgh, The control of outdoor advertising, amenity, and urban governance in Britain, 1893-1962, p. 384-409
Mika Suonpää, Swedish counterintelligence operations against british economic warfare in Scandinavia, 1939-1940, p. 410-431
Inaya Khan, Kenya’s South Africans and the politics of decolonization, p. 432-453
Joe J. Ryan-Hume, The National Organization for Women and the Democratic Party in Reagan’s America, p. 454-476

Historiographical Review, p. 477
Review Article, p. 501

n. 64, 2021, f. 1

Leigh K. Jenco, Jonathan Chappell, Introduction: history from between and the global circulations of the past in Asia and Europe, 1600-1950, p. 1-16
Leigh K. Jenco, Chen Di’s record of Formosa (1603) and an alternative chinese imaginary of otherness, p. 17-42
David Mervart, Reading european universal histories in Japan, 1790s-1840s, p. 43-69
Martin Dusinberre, J. R. Seeley and Japan’s pacific expansion, p. 70-97
Jonathan Chappell, Developmentalism in late Qing China, 1874-1911, p. 98-120
Lorenzo Andolfatto, Utopia/Wutuobang as a travelling marker of time, p. 121-138
Birgit Tremml-Werner, Narrating Japan’s early modern southern expansion, p. 139-161
Pablo Ariel Blitstein, A global history of the ‘multiple renaissances’, p. 162-184