Mediterranean Historical Review

Mediterranean Historical Review encourages the study of issues whose significance transcends a particular area or period. It integrates various problems in the ancient, medieval, early modern and contemporary history of the Mediterranean basin. The aim of Mediterranean Historical Review is to publish articles which emphasize contacts, relations and influences within the Mediterranean context as well as questions of a comparative and comparable nature.

Two issues per year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
09518967
ISSN (online): 
1743940X

Latest articles

Volume 30 (1)

Athenian owls and the royal Macedonian monopoly on timber
vol. 30 (1): 1-18
Commercial conflict resolution across the religious divide in the thirteenth-century Mediterranean
vol. 30 (1): 19-38
New geographies 5: the Mediterranean
vol. 30 (1): 39-41
Transfers culturels et droits dans le monde grec et hellénistique: actes de colloque international (Reims, 14–17 mai 2008)
vol. 30 (1): 41-46
The economic history of European Jews: Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages
vol. 30 (1): 46-50
The Seljuqs: politics, society and culture
vol. 30 (1): 50-53
Le sucre: production, commercialisation et usages dans la Méditerranée médiévale
vol. 30 (1): 53-56
Scheherazade's feast: foods of the medieval Arab world. More than 120 recipes adapted for the modern kitchen
vol. 30 (1): 56-62
After expulsion: 1492 and the making of Sephardic Jewry
vol. 30 (1): 62-70
Empire and Holy War in the Mediterranean: the galley and maritime conflict between the Habsburg and Ottoman Empires
vol. 30 (1): 70-72
The Ottoman mobilization of manpower in the First World War: between voluntarism and resistance
vol. 30 (1): 73-74
Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450–1650)
vol. 30 (1): 75-77
Memory and cultural history of the Spanish Civil War: realms of oblivion
vol. 30 (1): 77-79

Volume 29 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 29 (2): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 29 (2): 0-0
‘A wonderful city of palms and dates’: Salamis-Constantia in transition from Late Antiquity to the early Middle Ages (ca. 600–ca. 800 CE)
vol. 29 (2): 111-138
‘A wonderful city of palms and dates’: Salamis-Constantia in transition from Late Antiquity to the early Middle Ages (ca. 600–ca. 800 CE)
vol. 29 (2): 111-138
Crusaders and mercenaries: the west-European soldiers of the Laskarids of Nicaea (1204–1258)
vol. 29 (2): 139-153
Crusaders and mercenaries: the west-European soldiers of the Laskarids of Nicaea (1204–1258)
vol. 29 (2): 139-153
“Local religion” in Corfu: sixteenth to nineteenth centuries
vol. 29 (2): 155-168