Volume 99, Issue 336: Jul 2014
1. Introduction: Human Rights and the History of Violence in the Early British Empire (pages 383-402) - Brendan Kane
1. The Deep Roots of Albion's Fatal Tree: The Tudor State and the Monopoly of Violence (pages 403-417) - Andy Wood
2. Organized Violence in the Elizabethan Monarchical Republic (pages 418-443) - Malcolm Smuts
3. Ordinary Violence? Ireland as Emergency in the Tudor State (pages 444-467) - Brendan Kane
4. ‘As lief to the gallows as go to the Irish wars': Human Rights and the Abuse of the Elizabethan Soldier in Ireland, 1600-1603 (pages 468-486) - Vincent Carey
5. ‘Realms so barbarous and cruell': Writing Violence in Early Modern Ireland and England (pages 487-504) - Sarah Covington
6. Violence on the Fringes: The Virginia (1622) and Amboyna (1623) Massacres (pages 505-529) - Alison Games
7. Is ‘Genocide' an Anachronistic Concept for the Study of Early Modern Mass Killing? (pages 530-548) - Ben Kiernan
8. ‘The Character of Contemporary History': Human Rights History and Early Modern Violence (pages 549-565) - Glenn Mitoma
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