New books – History, Variorum

Modern History

Engineer of Revolutionary Russia: Iurii V. Lomonosov (1876–1952) and the Railways   Anthony Heywood, King’s College University of Aberdeen, UK

Rolf Gardiner: Folk, Nature and Culture in Interwar Britain   Edited by Matthew Jefferies, University of Manchester and Mike Tyldesley, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Medieval and Early Modern History

Royalist Agents, Conspirators and Spies: Their Role in the British Civil Wars, 1640–1660   Geoffrey Smith, University of Melbourne, Australia

Islam and Tibet – Interactions along the Musk Routes    Edited by Anna Akasoy, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, UK; Charles Burnett, Warburg Institute, University of London, UK and Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim, Wellcome Trust University Award holder, Department of History, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Worlds in Conflict    Edited by Thomas F. Madden, James L. Naus, Vincent Ryan, St Louis University, USA

Health and Disease in Byzantine Crete (7th–12th centuries AD)    Chryssi Bourbou

The Ties that Bind: Essays in Medieval British History in Honor of Barbara Hanawalt   Edited by Douglas L. Biggs, University of Nebraska- Kearney, USA; Katherine L. French, State University of New York at New Paltz, USA; Linda E. Mitchell, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA

Guardianship, Gender, and the Nobility in Early Modern Spain    Grace E. Coolidge, Grand Valley State University, USA

Variorum

Culture and Society in Medieval Occitania   Linda Paterson, University of Warwick, UK

From the Old Academy to Later Neo-Platonism: Studies in the History of Platonic Thought   Professor Harold Tarrant, University of Newcastle, Australia

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