History 353

The Journal of the Historical Association

Published: 31st December 2017


  1. Political Culture and Medieval Historiography: The Revolt against King Henry II, 1173–1174 (pages 752–771) Martin Aurell
  2. 'Ottonians with Pipe Rolls'? Political Culture and Performance in the Kingdom of the English, c.900–c.1050 (pages 772–786) Charles Insley
  3. Giving and Receiving Counsel: Forging Political Culture in Western French and Anglo-Norman Assemblies (pages 787–807) Richard E. Barton
  4. Political Discourse at the Court of Henry II and the Making of the New Kingdom of Ireland: The Evidence of John's Title dominus Hibernie (pages 808–823) Stephen Church
  5. Political Culture and the Changing Role of Countesses, 750–1050 (pages 824–839) Rachel Stone
  6. 'You conquer countless enemies, even as a maiden': The Conqueror's Daughter and Dynastic Rule at Holy Trinity, Caen (pages 840–857) Laura L. Gathagan
  7. 'You will dwell with barbarous and uneducated men': Countess Ermengarde and Political Culture in Twelfth-Century Brittany (pages 858–873) Amy Livingstone
  8. Count Hugh of Troyes and the Prestige of Jerusalem (pages 874–888) James Doherty
  9. Reputation, Authority and Masculine Identities in the Political Culture of the First Crusaders: The Career of Arnulf of Chocques (pages 889–913) Natasha Hodgson
  10. 'All this I say against the rage of archdeacons against my poor fellow citizens': Archdeacons’ Authority and Identity in Twelfth-Century England (pages 914–932) Stephen Marritt

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