Review of Periodical Literature and Occasional Publications

@article{Forster2011ReviewOP,
  title={Review of Periodical Literature and Occasional Publications},
  author={G. Forster},
  journal={Northern History},
  year={2011},
  volume={48},
  pages={357 - 367}
}
The list includes periodical literature which appeared in 2010 and contained northern material (excluding reports of archaeological excavations and finds), as well as booklets or pamphlets which are not otherwise noticed. The items are enumerated under the titles of the journals and other publications inspected, arranged alphabetically; the titles of articles are abbreviated when necessary to save space. Several journals were not available when this list was being prepared. 

References

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'of Modern Origin and Spurious Character': The Hull Celebrities and the Johnson Manuscript
Abstract The title of this article, 'Of Modern Origin and Spurious Character', is one of many comments made regarding a volume published in 1876 entitled 'Sketches of Hull Celebrities or Memoirs andExpand
PRINTED QUESTIONNAIRES, RESEARCH NETWORKS, AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE BRITISH ISLES, 1650–1800*
  • A. Fox
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
  • 2010
ABSTRACT This article examines the circulation of printed questionnaires as a research strategy among those investigating the constituent parts of the British Isles between the mid-seventeenth andExpand
Birth-baptism intervals in 68 Lancashire parishes, 1646-1917.
  • J. Perkins
  • Medicine, History
  • Local population studies
  • 2010
TLDR
Examination of birth/baptism interval in 68 Anglican parishes from 1646 to 1917 provides a continuous annual record thereby augmenting previous studies in which periods such as the 1640s, the mid-eighteenth and late-nineteenth centuries have been sparsely represented. Expand
Legionary Tile Production in Britain
ABSTRACT There are over two thousand legionary stamped tiles incorporating some two hundred different dies now admirably collated and listed in Roman Inscriptions of Britain. Dates have beenExpand
From Late Medieval Piety to Religious Conformity in a Northern Parish: Kirkby Malhamdale, Craven, 1454–1603
Abstract This article explores the impact of the Tudor religious reforms in the rural upland parish of Kirkby Malhamdale, Craven, in the Yorkshire Dales, from the late medieval period, when it wasExpand
Monasticism and Reform in Book IV of Bede's ‘Ecclesiastical History of the English People’
The reform of the Northumbrian Church constitutes a predominant theme in much that Bede wrote in his later years. Recent analyses of his later biblical commentaries have confirmed this, although aExpand
‘Horrible, Speculative, Nasty, Dangerous’: Assessing the Value of Roman Iron
ABSTRACT The economic aspects of metallurgy in the distant past have been relatively little studied, largely owing to the absence of detailed records for periods preceding medieval times. This paperExpand
The Anglo-Scottish Treaty of Union, 1707 in 2007: Defending the Revolution, Defeating the Jacobites
  • B. Harris
  • Sociology
  • Journal of British Studies
  • 2010
In 1907, on the 200th anniversary of the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707, the story of the making of the union seemed straightforward enough. Scots looked on the union in a generally positive light, andExpand
Governmentality on the Park Hill estate: the rationality of public housing
ABSTRACT: This article evaluates the inherent ambiguity of the landmark Park Hill housing estate in Sheffield, England. Incorporating Foucault's theories on governmentality and biopolitics, thisExpand
The Medieval ‘Marches’ of Normandy and Wales
This article explores the striking links and parallels which existed between the frontiers of Normandy and of Wales, particularly between 1066 and 1204. It takes its cue from the fact that bothExpand
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