Paul Dukes analyses a number of books on the conflict.
Christopher Haigh outlines the historiography of the reign of the first Elizabeth.
Christopher Abel and Colin M. Lewis analyse the state of history writing on Latin America, from a 1980s standpoint.
Simon Keynes examines the variety of books on Anglo-Saxon rulers.
John A. Davis discusses a range of books tackling the Risorgimento.
Ralph Smith assesses the material available on the conflict in South-East Asia.
D.G. Williamson looks at the varied works relating to the 19th-century European statesman.
David Harvey explores the most influential titles on women in Ancient Greece.
Geoffrey Parker looks at the Decline of Spain.
Brendan Bradshaw reveals the persuasive yet contrasting arguments within recent literature on the Reformation and Counter-Reformation.