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ISSUE THREE

Introduction

Editorial by founding editor Olga Borymchuk (St. Hugh's College, Oxford). (full text)

List of Contributors. (full text)

Articles

Books as Collections: Dieter Roth’s Artists’ Books as Case in Point.
Barbara Bader (Trinity College, Oxford). 
(full text)

The Cultural Revolution in the Village School: S. T. Shatskii’s Kaluga School Complex, 1919-1932.

William Partlett (Christ Church, Oxford). (full text)    

Growth, Consolidation and Revolution: Assessing the Various Views on the Rise of Protestantism in Scotland prior to 1560.
Youngkwon Chung (Somerville College, Oxford). 
(full text)

Feeding the City: Social Welfare, Food Supply and Urban Markets in Lyon, France.
Rachel Eden Black (Università degli Studi di Torino – Dipartimento di Scienze Antropologiche). 
(full text)

Institutionalization and Vita Religiosa. New Approaches towards the History of the Medieval Religious Orders.
Anne Müller (Technische Universität Dresden). 
(full text)

Book Reviews


Stephen Small, Political Thought in Ireland 1776 – 1798: Republicanism, Patriotism and Radicalism (Oxford: OUP, 2002; pp. viii + 307. £50).            Reviewed by Frederick Herzberg (Merton College, Oxford). (full text)

Manu Bhagavan, Sovereign Spheres: Princes, Education and Empire in Colonial India (New Delhi: OUP, 2003; pp. xxii + 219. £22.50).                      Reviewed by Hayden Bellenoit (St Antony’s College, Oxford). (full text)

Gerd Althoff, Family, Friends and Followers: Political and Social Bonds in Early Medieval Europe (Cambridge: CUP, 2004; pp. ix + 195. £16.99).     Reviewed by  Luke Ramsden (University College, Oxford). (full text)

Joseph Canning, Harmut Lehmann and Jay Winter (eds.), Power, Violence and Mass Death in Pre-Modern and Modern Times. (Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate, 2004; pp. ix + 220. £47.50). 

Reviewed by Natasha Alden (St Hilda’s College, Oxford). (full text)

Adu Boahen, Emmanuel Akyeampong, Nancy Lawler, Thomas C. McCaskie and Ivor Wilks (eds.), The History of Ashanti Kings and the Whole Country Itself, and Other Writings (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003; pp. x + 224. £30).                                                            

Reviewed by Kevin Dumouchelle (St Antony’s College, Oxford). (full text)

Averil Cameron (ed.), Proceedings of the British Academy 118: Fifty Years of Prosopography: The Later Roman Empire, Byzantium and Beyond. (Oxford, Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 2003; pp. xvii + 171; 7 plates. £35). 

Reviewed by Jacquelyn Fernholz (Balliol College, Oxford). (full text)