ISSN 0951-8967 (Print); ISSN 1743-940X (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Farewell to the co-editor of the Mediterranean Historical Review, Benjamin Arbel
The naval reform of Emperor John II Komnenos: a re-evaluation
Lau, Maximilian C.G.
Dualities in the transformation of the urban realm: Smyrna and Salonica 1840–1900
Gençer, Ceylan Irem
Between science and empire: the diplomatic struggle over Mesopotamian antiquities in Lisbon (1914–1926)
The Second Crusade: holy war on the periphery of Latin Christendom, edited by Jason T. Roche and Janus Møller Jensen
Buck, Andrew D.
Plague and empire in the early modern Mediterranean world: the Ottoman experience, 1347–1600, by Nükhet Varlık
The new Christians of Spanish Naples, 1528–1671. A fragile elite, by Peter Mazur
Agents of empire: knights, corsairs, Jesuits and spies in the sixteenth-century Mediterranean world, by Noel Malcolm
Islands of the eastern Mediterranean. A history of cross-cultural encounters, edited by Özlem Çaykent and Luca Zavagno
Gibraltar and the Spanish Civil War 1936–1939. Local, national and international perspectives, by Julio Ponce Alberca
Divided rule: sovereignty and empire in French Tunisia, 1881–1938, by Mary Dewhurst Lewis
Iterations of loss: mutilation and aesthetic form, al-Shidyaq to Darwish, by Jeffrey Sacks
Sheetrit, Ariel M.