TOC: Twentieth Century British History Volume 28, No 3

The latest volume of the Oxford Journal Twentieth Century British History is now available online at http://bit.ly/2xi8Te7

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Duncan Tanner Essay Prize 2016: Historical Pageants, Citizenship, and the Performance of Women’s History before Second-Wave Feminism
By Zoë Thomas

New Issue: Emotion Researcher

A new issue of Emotion Researcher (the newsletter for the International Society for Research on Emotion) is now available.

As well as serving as a newsletter for members of ISRE, Emotion Researcher acts as a permanent, expanding, online resource, featuring expert, cross-disciplinary discussions concerning fundamental aspects of emotion. 

New issue of Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies (JBACS, Vol 7, July 2017)

The new issue of JBACS has articles of interest to PRC historians:

JBACS: Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies, new issue (Volume 7, July 2017) now out!

Please download here: http://bacsuk.org.uk/journal/journal-current-and-past-entries

Editors: Sarah Dauncey (University of Nottingham) and Gerda Wielander (University of Westminster).

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New Issue: Body Politics - Representations and the Impact of Black Women in Music (ProudFlesh: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics & Consciousness)

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TOC: Latin American history of medicine highlight issue

To celebrate the 25th International Congress of History of Science and Technology in Rio de Janeiro this month, the editors of Social History of Medicine have compiled a virtual highlight issue on Latin America, which will be available for free until the end of September 2017. This Highlight issue contains 14 research articles, which underline the rich and diverse research in and on Latin America, from 18th-century anti-venereal trials in Mexico to the Cold War politics of population control in Haiti and biotypology in Brazil.

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