ARCHIVES 56 (2021) Table of Contents and Abstracts

Volume 56 (2021) Issue 1


C.R.J. Currie, Tenants’ copies of court rolls in England and Wales before 1400

Rory MacLellan, A new set of First World War diaries for the Mesopotamia campaign, February 1916 to June 1917

Mathodi Freddie Motsamayi, Preserving South African community archives in a context of ubuntu


Christopher Kitching, Sonia Anderson (1944-2020)

David Thomas, Michael Moss (1947-2021)


Charles Beem, Queenship in early modern Europe – reviewed by Russell E. Martin, Westminster College

Dr Thomas Plume, 1630–1704: His life and legacies in Essex, Kent and Cambridge, ed. R.A. Doe and C.C. Thornton – reviewed by J.P. Salley, University of Leicester

Victoria County History of Oxford, vol. XIX: Wychwood Forest and environs, ed. Simon Townley – reviewed by Christine Jackson, Kellogg College, University of Oxford

Kate Tiller, English Local History: An Introduction – reviewed by Tracey Logan, University of Leicester

Eve Colpus, Female Philanthropy in the Interwar World: Between Self and Other – reviewed by Karen Mailley-Watt, University of Glasgow

Phil Cohen, Archive that, Comrade: Left legacies and the counter culture of remembrance – reviewed by Arike Oke, Black Cultural Archives, London

Volume 56 (2021) Issue 2


June Perry, The enclosure of St Mary’s Nottingham: Why did it take so long?

Dieter Reinisch, Debating politics during confinement: Newly discovered notebooks of the Sinn Féin Portlaoise Prison Cumann, 1979-1985


Brian Barber, An Italian conspirator in exile: The memoirs of Cavaliere Giovanni Batista Testa, (1798-1882)


Politics, Religion and Ideas in Seventeenth-and Eighteenth-Century Britain. Essays in Honour of Mark Goldie, eds. Justin Champion, John Coffey, Tim Harris and John Marshall; Brent S. Sirota and Allan I. Macinnes, The Hanoverian Succession in Great Britain and its Empire; Ashley Walsh, Civil Religion and the Enlightenment in England, 1707-1800 – reviewed by Nigel Aston, University of Leicester

Steven King, Writing the Lives of the English Poor: 1750s-1830s – reviewed by Nat Alcock, University of Warwick

Hadas Elber-Aviram, Fairy Tales of London: British Urban Fantasy, 1840 to the Present – reviewed by Richard Fallon, University of Birmingham

Mark Glancy, Cary Grant, the Making of a Hollywood Legend – reviewed by Andrew Spicer, University of the West of England

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