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2008   TOWSEY M, '‘All partners may be enlightened and improved by reading them’: the distribution of enlightenment books in Scottish subscription library catalogues, 1750–c.1820.', JSHS (2008) 20–43.
  WILKINS-JONES C ed, The minutes, donation book and catalogue of Norwich City Library, founded in 1608., Norwich : Norfolk Record Society (2008) pp xiii + 337.
  WOODSON-BOULTON A, 'Victorian museums and Victorian society.', History Compass (2008) 109–46.
  AUCHMUNTY R, 'Early women law students at Cambridge and Oxford.', Journal of Legal History (2008) 63–97.
  DARROW MH, 'In the land of Joan of Arc: the civic education of girls and the prospect of war in France, 1871–1914.', French Historical Studies (2008) 263–91.
  EMERSON RL, Academic patronage in the Scottish Enlightenment: Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews universities., Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press (2008) pp x + 638.
  EVERS CW & KATYAL K, 'Educational leadership in Hong Kong schools, 1950–2000: critical reflections on changing themes.', JEAH (2008) 251–64.
  GOODMAN J, 'Conservative woman or woman Conservative? Complicating accounts of women's educational leadership.', Paedogigica Historica (2008) 415–28.
  HARWOOD WA, The college as school: the case of Winchester College. BURGESS C & HEALE M eds, The late medieval English college and its context., Woodbridge : York Medieval Press (2008) 230–52.
  HUNTLEY D, 'Richmond, the American International University in London.', British Heritage (2008) 178
  KEOGH D & MCDONNELL eds, The Irish College, Rome, and its world., Dublin : Four Courts Press (2008) pp xi + 296,il.
  LAMMERS BJ, '‘The citizens of the future’: educating the children of the Jewish east end, c.1885–1939.', Twentieth Century British History (2008) 393–418.
  LE MAY K, 'The pupils of the Threadneedle Street Church's charity school 1719–1802: part 1.', Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland (2008) 107–21.
  MARTIN J, 'Engendering city politics and educational thought: elite women and the London Labour Party, 1914–1965.', Paedogigica Historica (2008) 397–413.
  MOORE M, 'Social control or protection of the child? The debates on the Industrial Schools Acts, 1857–1894.', Journal of Family History (2008) 359–87.
  OTTEWILL R, 'Cotton versus Ashmall: a microcosmic view of the 1902 Education Act.', HER (2008) 84–94.
  SANTESSO A, 'Playful poetry and the public school.', Eighteenth Century Life (2008) 57–80.
  STEPHEN E, 'The introduction of English-language education in early colonial Hong Kong.', History of Education (2008) 383–408.
  SUTTON AF, The Hospital of St Thomas of Acre of London: the search for patronage, liturgical improvement, and a school, under Master John Neel, 1420–63. BURGESS C & HEALE M eds, The late medieval English college and its context., Woodbridge : York Medieval Press (2008) 199–229.
  TOMLINSON D, 'Education in eighteenth-century Colchester 1700–1815.', Essex Archaeology and History (2008) 116–36.
  TSCHURENEV J, 'Diffusing useful knowledge: the monitorial system of education in Madras, London and Bengal, 1789–1840.', Paedogigica Historica (2008) 245–64.
  WAMAGATTA EN, 'African quest and struggle for high schools in colonial Kenya: the case of the abortive Kiambu Local Native Council Central High School at Githunguri, 1926–34.', JAAS (2008) 345–62.
  WESTERN MR ed, Diary of an Edwardian school: Slade School: the first 100 years., Studley, Warwickshire : History into Print (2008) pp xvi + 328.
  WILLEMSEN A, Back to the schoolyard: the daily practice of medieval and Renaissance education., Turnhout : Brepols (2008) pp 324,il.
  WILLIAMS HG, 'Welsh students at the Borough Road Training College, Southwark, 1843–58.', Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (2008) 73–95.
  SHARP JS & CLARK JK, 'Between the country and the concrete: rediscovering the rural–urban fringe.', City and Community (2008) 61–79.
  STERCKX M, 'Agorafobie of ‘agorafilie’?: publiek beeldhouwwerk van vrouwlijke makelij in Parijs, London en Brussel, 1750–1950.', Stad (2008) 1–22.
  STOBART J, 'Manchester and its region: networks and boundaries in the eighteenth century.', Manchester Region History Review (2008) 66–80.
  WARREN I, 'London's cultural impact on the English gentry: the case of Worcestershire, c.1580–1680.', Midland History (2008) 156–78.
  CLARKE HB, 'Taking a long-term view: a note on Richard III and Dublin.', Ric (2008) 54–7.
  KUSENBACH M, 'A hierarchy of urban communities: observations on the nested character of place.', City and Community (2008) 225–49.
  KYLE CR., 'Afterword: remapping London.', Huntingdon Library Quarterly (2008) 243–53.
  MARTIN AM, 'Sewage and the city: filth, smell, and representations of urban life in Moscow, 1770–1880.', Russian Review (2008) 243–74.
  NEWLAND P, 'Global markets and a market place: reading EastEnders as the anti-docklands.', Journal of British Cinema and Television (2008) 72–87.
  ZECKER R, Metropolis: the American city in popular culture., Westport : Praeger (2008) pp 286.
  BHATTACHARYA S, G.W.M. Reynolds: rewritten in 19th-century Bengal. HUMPHRERYS A & JAMES L eds, G.W.M. Reynolds: nineteenth-century fiction, politics, and the press., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) 249–60.
  BRIDGAM EA, Spaces of the sacred and profane: Dickens, Trollope, and the Victorian cathedral town., New York : Routledge (2008) pp ix + 192.
  BROADWAY J, 'Aberrant accounts: William Dugdale's handling of two Tudor murders in The Antiquities of Warwickshire.', Midland History (2008) 2–20.
  CUEVAS S, Babylon and golden city: representations of London in black and Asian British novels since the 1990’s., Heidelberg : Inter (2008) pp 245.
  DALY S, 'Spinning cotton: domestic and industrial novels.', Victorian Studies (2008) 272–8.
  GAUHAN M, 'Palatable socialism or ‘the real thing’? Walter Greenwood's ‘Love on the Dole’.', Literature and History (2008) 47–61.
  KENNEDY-ANDREWS E, Writing home: poetry and place in Northern Ireland, 1968–2008., Woodbridge : D.S. Brewer (2008) pp xii + 306.
  LEVINSON J, Exiles on main street: Jewish American writers and American literary culture., Bloomington : Indiana University Press (2008) pp x + 239,il.
  MARGIOLES E, New York and the literary imagination: the city in twentieth century fiction and drama., Jefferson : McFarland (2008) pp viii + 198.
  MAZZENO LW, The Dickens industry: critical perspectives 1836–2005., Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer (2008) pp 317.
  NEWMAN K, '‘Goldsmith's ware’: equivalence in A chaste maid in Cheapside.', Huntingdon Library Quarterly (2008) 97–113.
  KILDAY A-M & WATSON KD, 'Infanticide, religion and community in the British Isles, 1720–1920.', Family and Community History (2008) 84–99.
  KILDAY A-M, '‘Monsters of the vilest kind’: infanticidal women and attitudes to their criminality in eighteenth-century Scotland.', Family and Community History (2008) 100–15.
  LERWIS ME, 'A traitor's death? The identity of a drawn, hanged and quartered man from Hulton Abbey, Staffordshire.', Antiq (2008) 113–24.
  LUCJETT M, 'The ‘wide awake citizens’: anti horse-thief associations in south central Wisconsin, 1865–1890.', Wisconsin Magazine of History (2008) 16–27.
  LYNCH J, Deception and detection in eighteenth-century Britain., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) pp xiii + 218.
  MCCLIVE C, 'Blood and expertise: the trials of the female medical expert in the ancien-régime courtroom.', Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2008) 86–108.
  MCGLYNN S, 'Violence and the law in medieval England.', History Today (2008) 53–9.
  MACHIELS C, 'Dealing with the issue of prostitution; mobilizing feminisms in France, Switzerland and Belgium (1875–1920).', Women's History Review (2008) 195–205.
  MCMAHON R ed, Crime, law and popular culture in Europe, 1500–1900., Cullompton : Willan (2008) pp 288.
  MARTIN L, 'Boredom, drugs, and schools: protecting children in gentrifying communities.', City and Community (2008) 331–46.
  MUSSON A, Court venues and the politics of justice. SAUL N, Fourteenth century England V., Woodbridge : Boydell Press (2008) 161–77.
  PENN N, '‘Close and merciful watchfulness’: John Montagu's convict system in the mid-nineteenth-century Cape Colony.', Cultural and Social History (2008) 465–80.
  ROUSSEAU GS, 'The kiss of death and cabal of dons: blackmail and grooming in Georgian Oxford.', Journal of Historical Sociology AND Journal of Historical Studies (2008) 368–96.
  SHOEMAKER RB, 'The Old Bailey Proceedings and the representation of crime and criminal justice in eighteenth-century London.', Journal of British Studies (2008) 559–80.
  SHORE H, Punishment, reformation, or welfare: responses to ‘the problem’ of juvenile crime in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. JOHNSTON H ed, Punishment and control in historical perspective., Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan (2008) pp 158–76.
  SMITH N, Warrior kings: the South London gang wars 1976–1982., Clacton on Sea : Apex (2008) pp viii + 229,il.
  STOBART J, 'The local demography of deviance: crime, illegitimacy and prostitution in Britain 1700–2000.', Local Population Studies (2008) 15–21.
  TROTTER H, 'Dockside prostitution in South African ports.', History Compass (2008) 673–90.
  WANROOIJ BPF, 'Josephine Butler and regulated prostitution in Italy.', Women's History Review (2008) 153–71
  WERNER A ed, Jack the Ripper and the East End., London : Chatto & Windus (2008) pp 287,il.
  WHITE M, '‘Rogues of the meaner sort’? Old Bailey executions and the crowd in the early nineteenth century.', London Journal (2008) 135–53.
  WILLIAMS O, 'Exorcising madness in late Elizabethan England: the seduction of Arthington and the criminal culpability of demoniacs.', Journal of British Studies (2008) 30–52.
  WYATT I ed, Calendar of summary convictions at petty sessions 1781–1837., Bristol : Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (2008) pp xxii + 530.
  YETTER L, 'Criminal knowledge: mapping murder in (and onto) early modern metropolitan London.', London Journal (2008) 97–118.
  ARNADE PJ, Beggars, iconoclasts, and civic patriots: the political culture of the Dutch Revolt., Ithaca : Cornell University Press (2008) pp xiv + 352.
  BEIER AL & OCOBOCK PR eds, Cast out: vagrancy and homelessness in global and historical perspective., Athens : Ohio University Press (2008) pp 408.
  BRESSEY C, 'Down but not out: the politics of the east end poor and those who investigated their lives (review essay).', Journal of Urban History (2008) 688–94.
  COUSINS M, 'Poor relief and families in nineteenth-century Ireland and Italy.', History of the Family (2008) 333–426.
  HALL R, 'The vanishing unemployed, hidden disabled, and embezzling master: researching Coventry Workhouse registers.', Local Historian (2008) 111–21.
  HAZIRJIAN LG, 'Combating need: urban conflict and the transformations of the war on poverty and the African American freedom struggle in rocky Mount, North Carolina.', Journal of Urban History (2008) 639–64.
  HURREN ET, 'Whose body is it anyway? Trading the dead poor, coroner's disputes, and the business of anatomy at Oxford University, 1885–1929.', Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2008) 775–818.
  LEVENE A, 'Children, childhood and the workhouse: St Marylebone, 1769–1781.', London Journal (2008) 41–59.
  MCDONOUGHA S, 'Impoverished mothers and poor widows: negotiating images of poverty in Marseille's courts.', Journal of Medieval History (2008) 64–78.
  PITHOUSE R, 'A politics of the poor: shack dwellers’ struggles in Durban.', JAAS (2008) 63–94.
  QUINN M., 'A failure to reconcile the irreconcilable? Security, subsistence and equality in Bentham's writings on the civil code and on the poor laws.', HPT (2008) 320–43.
  WIDNER D, 'Writing Watts: Budd Schulberg, black poetry, and the cultural war on poverty.', Journal of Urban History (2008) 665–87
  AMSTER R, Lost in space: the criminalization, globalization, and urban ecology of homelessness., New York : FB Scholarly Publishing (2008) pp xiii + 269.
  BARTOLOVICH C, 'London's the thing: alienation, the market, and Englishmen for my money.', Huntingdon Library Quarterly (2008) 137–56.
  BOYER PS & NISSENBAUM S, 'Salem possessed in retrospect.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 503–34.
  BREHM-HEEGER P, Serving urban teens., Westport : Harcourt Education (2008) pp xviii + 229.
  BURNS M & ROSENTHAL B, 'Examination of the records of the Salem witch trials.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 401–22.
  CRAIG MW, The border burnings: the story of the witchcraft trials of the Scottish Borders 1600–1700., Stow : Border Voices Community Interest Company (2008) pp viii + 136.
  COWAN EJ, Witch persecution and popular belief in lowland Scotland: the devil's decade. GOODARE J, MARTIN L & MILLER J eds, Witchcraft and belief in early modern Scotland., Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan (2008) 71–94.
  DUMOLYN J, 'Criers and shouters. The discourse on radical urban rebels in late medieval Flanders.', Journal of Southern History (2008) 111–35.
  KAMENSKY J, 'Salem obsessed; or, plus ça change: an introduction.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 391–400.
  KARLSEN CF, 'Salem revisited.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 489–94.
  LATNER R, 'Salem witchcraft, factionalism, and social change reconsidered: were Salem's witch-hunters modernization's failures?', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 423–48.
  LATNER R, 'The long and short of Salem witchcraft: chronology and collective violence in 1692.', Journal of Social History (2008) 137–56.
  LOLIS TG, 'The city of witches: James I, the unholy sabbath, and the homosocial refashioning of the witches’ community.', Clio (2008) 321–37.
  LUNDBERG A, 'Paying the price of citizenship: gender and social policy on venereal disease in Stockholm, 1919–1944.', Social Science History (2008) 215–34.
  MACKNIGHT V, 'For king, for country: changing ‘good’ behaviour in Victoria, 1930s and 1950s.', Australian Journal of Politics and History (2008) 55–68.
  MORRISON B, Controlling the ‘hopeless’: re-visioning the history of female inebriate institutions c. 1870–1920. JOHNSTON H ed, Punishment and control in historical perspective., Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan (2008) 135–57.
  RAY BC, 'The geography of witchcraft accusations in 1692 Salem village.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 449–78.
  RIVETT S, 'Our Salem, our selves.', William and Mary Quarterly (2008) 495–502.
  ROBERTSON DM & MCLACHLAN HV intr., Goodnight, my servants all: the sourcebook of East Lothian witchcraft., Glasgow : Grimsay Press (2008) pp xvi + 567.
  TIMBERS F, 'Witches’ sect or prayer meeting?: Matthew Hopkins revisited.', Women's History Review (2008) 21–37
  COHEN SL, The gay liberation youth movement in New York: ‘an army of lovers cannot fail’., New York : Routledge (2008) pp xvi + 315, il.
  ADAMS SP, 'Warming the poor and growing consumers: fuel philanthropy in the early republic's urban north.', Journal of American History (2008) 69–94.
  ANGELL OH, 'Religion and the media: the cultural role of a church-based welfare agent in a Norwegian local community.', Journal of Contemporary Religion (2008) 133–45.
  BEN-AMOS IK, The culture of giving: informal support and gift-exchange in early modern England., Cambridge : Cambridge University Press (2008) pp 454,il.
  CRENNER C, 'Race and medical practice in Kansas City's free dispensary.', Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2008) 820–47.
  FERGUS C, 'The Siete Partidas: a framework for philanthropy and coercion during the amelioration experiment in Trinidad, 1823–34.', CarSt (2008) 75–99.
  HARRIS R, 'From trusteeship to development: how class and gender complicated Kenya's housing policy, 1939–1963.', Journal of Historical Geography (2008) 311–37.
  HARTLEY J, Charles Dickens and the house of fallen women., London : Methuen (2008) pp 287.
  IWAMA T, 'Voluntary societies and the urban local community: a case study of the Halifax Mechanics’ Institution.', Family and Community History (2008) 17–25.
  MANGION CM, 'Britain's nineteenth-century Catholic almshouses.', Catholic Ancestor (2008) 73–9.
  MARTIN M, 'Single women and philanthropy: a case study of women's associational life in Bristol, 1880–1914.', Women's History Review (2008) 395–417.
  REED TF, Not alms but opportunity: the Urban League and the politics of racial uplift, 1910–1950., Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press (2008) pp xviii + 254
  STARKEY P, '‘Temporary relief for specially recommended or selected deserving persons’: the mission of the House of Charity, Soho, 1846–1914.', Urban History (2008) 96–115.
  TIKOFF VK, 'Gender and juvenile charity, tradition and reform: assistance for young people in eighteenth-century Seville.', Eighteenth Century Studies (2008) 307–35.
  ALLEN T, Little Italy: the story of London's Italian quarter., London : Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre (2008) pp 60.
  ANDERSON KL, 'German Americans, African Americans, and the Republican Party in St. Louis, 1865–1872.', Journal of American Ethnic History (2008) 34–51.
  BEYERS L, 'From class to culture: immigration, recession, and daily ethnic boundaries in Belgium, 1940s–1990s.', International Review of Social History (2008) 37–61.
  BRAUCH J, LIPPHARDT A & NOCKE A eds, Jewish topographies: visions of space, traditions of place., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) pp xii + 375.
  CARLOS AM, MAGUIRE K & NEALE L, '‘A knavish people. . .’: London Jewry and the stock market during the South Sea Bubble.', Business History (2008) 728–48.
  CASSANELLO R, 'Avoiding ‘Jim Crow’: negotiating separate and equal on Florida's railroads and streetcars and the progressive era origins of the modern civil rights movement.', Journal of Urban History (2008) 435–57.
  CESARANI D, Putting London Jewish intellectuals in their place. CESARANI D, KUSHNER ARJ & SHAIN M eds, Place and displacement in Jewish history and memory: zakor v'makor., London : Valentine Mitchell (2008) 141–53.
  DANTAS MLR, Black townsmen: urban slavery and freedom in eighteenth-century Americas., Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan (2008) pp xiv + 280.
  DIBBS S, 'The returns of papists for the City of London 1743–1745.', CathA (2008) 34–41.
  DUNBAR EA, A fragile freedom: African American women and emancipation in the antebellum city., New Haven : Yale University Press (2008) pp xvi + 196,il.
  DWYER C & BRESSEY C eds, New geographies of race and racism., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) pp xiv + 311,il.
  GARB M, 'The political education of John Jones: black politics in a northern city, 1845–1879.', Journal of the Historical Society (2008) 29–60.
  GLEN P, 'To be or not to be a refugee: the international politics of the Hong Kong refugee crisis, 1949–55.', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (2008) 171–95.
  GOLDY CN, 'Thirteenth-century Anglo-Jewish woman crossing boundaries: visible and invisible.', Journal of Medieval History (2008) 130–45.
  GROSS AJ, What blood won't tell: a history of race on trial in America., Cambridge : Harvard University Press (2008) pp x + 368.
  HABIB IH, Black lives in the English archives, 1500–1677: imprints of the invisible., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) pp xvi + 415.
  HARRIS OD, 'Jews, Jurats and the Jewry Wall: a name in context.', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (2008) 113–33.
  IRWIN JF, 'An epidemic without enmity: explaining the missing ethnic tensions in New Haven's 1918 influenza epidemic.', Urban History Review (2008) 5–17.
  KNEPPER P, 'The other invisible hand: Jews and anarchists in London before the First World War.', JeH (2008) 295–315.
  LEITENBERG L, La population juive des villes d'Europe: croissance et répartition 1750–1930., Bern : Peter Lang (2008) pp xvi + 420,il.
  LEONARD P, 'Migrating identities: gender, whiteness and Britishness in post-colonial Hong Kong.', Gender, Place and Culture (2008) 45–60.
  NIGHTINGALE CH, 'Before race mattered: geographies of the color line in early colonial Madras and New York.', American Historical Review (2008) 48–71.
  OPIE FD, 'Eating, dancing, and courting in New York: Black and Latino relations, 1930–1970.', Journal of Southern History (2008) 79–109.
  PRITCHETT WE, 'Which urban crisis?: regionalism, race, and urban policy, 1960–1974.', Journal of Urban History (2008) 266–86.
  RUSSELL T, 'The color of discipline: civil rights and Black sexuality.', American Quarterly (2008) 101–28.
  SCULLY P & CRAIS CC, 'Race and erasure: Sara Baartman and Hendrik Cesars in Cape Town and London.', Journal of British Studies (2008) 301–23.
  STREET J, 'Malcolm X, Smethwick, and the influence of the African American freedom struggle on British race relations in the 1960s.', Journal of Black Studies (2008) 932–50.
  GANDY M, 'Italian Catholics in London.', CathA (2008) 95–101.
  GREEN MH & SMAILA DL, 'The trial of Floreta d'Ays (1403): Jews, Christians, and obstetrics in later medieval Marseille.', Journal of Medieval History (2008) 185–211.
  GRIFFIN C, Nomads under the Westway: Irish travellers, gypsies & other traders in West London., Hatfield : University of Hertfordshire Press (2008) pp xx + 356.
  STONE C & WOLL B, 'Dumb O Jemmy and others: deaf people, interpreters and the London courts in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.', SLangS (2008) 226–40.
  STRICKLAND J, 'How the Germans became white southerners: German immigrants and African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1860–1880.', Journal of American Ethnic History (2008) 52–69.
  FARRELL CR, 'Bifurcation, fragmentation or integration? The racial and geographical structure of US metropolitan segregation, 1990–2000.', Urban Studies/Utopian Studies (2008) 467–99.
  FISTER J, HOUSTON M & MADIGAN C, Sectarianism, segregation and politics on Clydeside in the later nineteenth century. MITCHELL MJ ed, New perspectives on the Irish in Scotland., Edinburgh : John Donald (2008)
  LIZZI MC, '‘My heart is as black as yours’: white backlash, racial identity, and Italian American stereotypes in New York City's 1969 mayoral campaign.', Journal of American Ethnic History (2008) 43–80.
  MULLIGAN AN, 'Countering exclusion: the ‘St. Pats for all’ parade.', Gender, Place and Culture (2008) 153–67.
  ROSIE M, Crushing the ‘papist beast’: Protestant action and the Edinburgh Irish, 1933–1939’. MITCHELL MJ ed, New perspectives on the Irish in Scotland., Edinburgh : John Donald (2008)
  SCHNEIDER J, 'Escape from Los Angeles: white flight from Los Angeles and its schools, 1960–1980.', Journal of Urban History (2008) 995–1012.
  AFONTSEV S, KESSLER G & MARKEVICH A, 'The urban household in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900–2000: patterns of family formation in a turbulent century.', History of the Family (2008) 178–94.
  ALAMICHEL M-F, Widows in Anglo-Saxon and medieval Britain., Oxford : Peter Lang (2008) pp 357.
  BAILEY BG, BERNARD ME & CARRIER G, 'Coming of age and the family in medieval England.', Journal of Family History (2008) 41–60.
  BARKER H, 'Soul, purse and family: middling and lower-class masculinity in eighteenth-century Manchester.', Social History (2008) 12–35.
  BHALLA V, '‘Couch potatoes and super-women’: gender, migration, and the emerging discourse on housework among Asian Indian immigrants.', Journal of American Ethnic History (2008) 71–99.
  CAVALLO S, 'Bachelorhood and masculinity in renaissance and early modern Italy.', European History Quarterly (2008)
  EWAN E & NUGENT J eds, Finding the family in medieval and early modern Scotland., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) pp 250.
  FRANCOIS ME, 'The products of consumption: housework in Latin American political economies and cultures.', History Compass (2008) 207–42.
  FRANCUS M, 'Virtuous foundlings and excessive bastards.', ECTI (2008) 87–94.
  GENTIANA K & KESSLER G, 'Urban household and family in twentieth-century east and south-east Europe.', History of the Family (2008) 119–25.
  GORMAN-MURRAY A, 'Queering the family home: narratives from gay, lesbian and bisexual youth coming out in supportive family homes in Australia.', Gender, Place and Culture (2008) 31–44.
  GOWING L, Giving birth at the magistrate's gate: single mothers in the early modern city. BROOMHALL S & TARBIN S eds, Women, identities and communities in early modern Europe., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) 137–52.
  GRUBER S, 'Household structures in urban Albania in 1918.', History of the Family (2008) 138–51.
  GUTMAN M & de CONINCK-SMITH N, Designing modern childhoods: history, space, and the material culture of children., New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press (2008) pp xvi + 346,il.
  HALL P, 'London voices, 1957–2007: from family and kinship to London lives.', City Magazine (2008) 50–63.
  HARDING V & BAKER P, People in place: families, households and housing in early modern London., London : Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, University of London (2008) pp 36,il.
  HELLER M, 'Work, income and stability: the late Victorian and Edwardian London male clerk revisited.', Business History (2008) 253–71.
  HODGSON PS, 'The Brookholding-Jones family and Adrian Jones.', CathA (2008) 20–4.
  LAITE JA, 'Taking Nellie Johnson's fingerprints: prostitutes and legal identity in early twentieth-century London.', History Workshop Journal (2008) 96–116.
  MALHERBE VC, 'Christian–Muslim marriage and cohabitation: an aspect of identity and family formation in nineteenth-century Cape Town.', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History (2008) 5–24.
  MIŠKOVI N, 'Marriage and household in the Belgrade elite at the beginning of the 20th century: the Novaković family.', History of the Family (2008) 152–62.
  MORINGA B, 'Widows, children and assistance from society in urban northern Europe 1890–1910.', History of the Family (2008) 105–17.
  SCHMIDT A, 'Managing a large household: the gender division of work in orphanages in Dutch towns in the early modern period, 1580–1800.', History of the Family (2008) 42–57.
  SCOTT P, 'Did owner-occupation lead to smaller families for interwar working-class households?', Economic History Review (2008) 99–124.
  VALETOV T, 'Migration and the household: urban living arrangements in late 19th- to early 20th-century Russia.', History of the Family (2008) 163–77.
  VARGA-HARRIS C, 'Homemaking and the aesthetic and moral perimeters of the Soviet home during the Khrushchev Era.', Journal of Social History (2008) 561–89.
  VICKERY A, 'An Englishman's home is his castle? Thresholds, boundaries and privacies in the eighteenth-century London house.', P&P (2008) 147–73.
  VRANJES V, 'English cosmopolitanism and/as nationalism: the great exhibition, the mid-Victorian divorce law reform, and Brontë's Villette.', Journal of British Studies (2008) 324–47.
  AUCOTT S, Women of courage, vision and talent: lives in Leicester 1780 to 1925., Glenfield : Shirley Aucott (2008) pp ix + 265.
  BEATTIE C, '‘Living as a single person’: marital status, performance and the law in late medieval England.', Women's History Review (2008) 327–40.
  BURCHALL MJ, 'A Cambridge woman of the town in the late 18th century: the career of Elizabeth Faddock.', GenM (2008) 299–302.
  DERKS M, 'Modesty and excellence: gender and sports culture in Dutch Catholic schooling, 1900–40.', Gender and History (2008) 8–26.
  GOULD P, 'Civil society and the public woman.', Journal of the Early Republic (2008) 29–46.
  HAMILTON R, Social settlement houses: the educated women of Glasgow and Chicago. GUTZKE DW ed, Britain and transnational progressivism., New York : Palgrave Macmillan (2008) 185–214.
  HAMMONS PS, 'Rethinking women and property in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England.', History Compass (2008) 1386–407.
  HINDMARCH-WATSON K, 'Lois Schwich, the female errand boy: narratives of female cross-dressing in late-Victorian London.', GLQ (2008) 69–98.
  HOLT R, 'The amateur body and the middle-class man: work, health and style in Victorian Britain.', SiH (2008) 352–69.
  KORDA N, Gender at work in the Cries of London. LAMB ME, & BAMFORD K eds, Oral traditions and gender in early modern literary texts., Aldershot : Ashgate (2008) 117–38.
  MACKIE E, 'The perfect gentleman: Boswell, ‘The Spectator’ and Macheath.', MediaH (2008) 353–72.
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  SOLUM S, 'Attributing influence: the problem of female patronage in fifteenth-century Florence.', The Art Bulletin (2008) 76–100.
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