Past and Present

Founded in 1952, Past & Present is widely acknowledged to be the liveliest and most stimulating historical journal in the English-speaking world. Note: we are unable to supply abstracts for this journal.

Quarterly: February, May, August, November.

ISSN (print): 
00312746
ISSN (online): 
1477464X

Latest articles

Volume 225 (1)

Past & Present Number 225 November 2014 - Front Cover
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Revolts and the Political Order of Cities in the Late Middle Ages
Lantschner, P., vol. 225 (1): 3-46
Discursive Republicanism in Renaissance Florence: Deliberation and Representation in the Early Sixteenth Century
Baker, N. S., vol. 225 (1): 47-77
Urban Growth in Early Modern England: Food, Fuel and Transport
Wrigley, E. A., vol. 225 (1): 79-112
The Rewards of their Exertions: Prize Money and British Abolitionism in Sierra Leone, 1808-1823
Scanlan, P. X., vol. 225 (1): 113-142
Free Labour, Capitalism and the Anti-Slavery Origins of Chinese Exclusion in California in the 1870s
Batzell, R., vol. 225 (1): 143-186
'And so we Transform a People': Women's Social Action and the Reconfiguration of Politics on the Right in France, 1934-1947
Downs, L. L., vol. 225 (1): 187-225
Who Governed? Grassroots Politics in Mexico Under the Partido Revolucionario Institucional, 1958-1970
Smith, B. T., vol. 225 (1): 227-271
Subaltern Imperialists: The New Historiography of the Japanese Empire
Sand, J., vol. 225 (1): 273-288

Volume 224 (1)

Past & Present Number 224 August 2014 - Front Cover
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Manorial Custumals Reconsidered
Birrell, J., vol. 224 (1): 3-37
Artisans, Products and Gifts: Rethinking the History of Material Culture in Early Modern Europe
De Munck, B., vol. 224 (1): 39-74
'Jesus Wept' But Did the Englishman? Masculinity and Emotion in Early Modern England
Capp, B., vol. 224 (1): 75-108
From the Catholic Enlightenment to the Risorgimento: the Exchange Between Nicola Spedalieri and Pietro Tamburini, 1791-1797
Van Kley, D. K., vol. 224 (1): 109-162
Economies of Violence, Banditry and Governance in the Ottoman Empire Around 1800
Esmer, T. U., vol. 224 (1): 163-199
The Suicidal Animal: Science and the Nature of Self-Destruction
Ramsden, E., Wilson, D., vol. 224 (1): 201-242