Ad Putter and Elisabeth van Houts (eds), Literature and History of Anglo-Dutch Relations, British Academy/Oxford University Press 2024

Philip Deans, Crisis, Reinvention and Resilience in Museums, Palgrave Macmillan 2024

Katey Castellano, Robert Wedderburn, Abolition, and the Commons: Romanticism’s Black Geographies, Cambridge University Press 2024

James Procter, Scripting Empire: Broadcasting, the BBC, and the Black Atlantic, Oxford University Press 2024

Jakob Norberg, Schopenhauer’s Politics, Cambridge University Press 2024

Shannon McSheffrey and Ad Putter, The Dutch Hatmakers of Late Medieval and Tudor London, Boydell Press 2023

Darragh Gannon, Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire: Irish Nationalism in Britain, 1912-1922, Cambridge University Press 2023

Nino Vallen, Being the Heart of the World: The Pacific and the Fashioning of the Self in New Spain, 1513–1641, Cambridge University Press 2023 

Mikkel Dack, Everyday Denazification in Postwar Germany: The Fragebogen Questionnaire and Political Screening During the Allied Occupation, Cambridge University Press 2023

Hakim Adi, African and Caribbean People in Britain: A History, Allen Lane 2022

Ari Şekeryan, The Armenians and the Fall of the Ottoman Empire, Cambridge University Press 2023

Carl Rommel and Joseph John Viscomi (eds), Locating the Mediterranean: Connections and Separations across Space and Time, Helsinki University Press 2022

Joanne Paul, The House of Dudley, Michael Joseph 2022

Rebecca Abrams, Licoricia of Winchester: Power and Prejudice in Medieval England, The Licoricia of Winchester Appeal 2022

Matthew Roberts, Democratic Passions: the politics of feeling in British popular radicalism, 1809-48, Manchester University Press 2022

Chloe Wigston Smith and Beth Tobin (eds), Small Things in the Eighteenth Century, Cambridge University Press 2022

Adrian Leonard, London Marine Insurance 1438-1824: Risk, Trade, and the Early Modern State, Boydell & Brewer 2022

Gavin Daly, Storm and Sack: British Sieges, Violence and the Laws of War in the Napoleonic Era, 1799–1815, Cambridge University Press 2022

Jakob Norberg, The Brothers Grimm and the Making of German Nationalism, Cambridge University Press, 2022

Susan Brigden, The Tudor Age 1485–1603, Folio Society 2022

Brodwyn Fischer and Keila Grinberg (eds), The Boundaries of Freedom: Slavery, Abolition, and the Making of Modern Brazil, Cambridge University Press 2022

Michael Kwass, The Consumer Revolution, 1650–1800, Cambridge University Press 2021

Ernest Shackleton, Heart of the Antarctic, Folio Society 2021

Heather Jones, For King and Country: The British Monarchy and the First World War, Cambridge University Press 2021

G. R. Evans, Crown, Mitre and People in the Nineteenth Century: The Church of England, Establishment and the State, Cambridge University Press 2021

Ulrike Krause, Difficult Life in a Refugee Camp: Gender, Violence, and Coping in Uganda, Cambridge University Press 2021

Jonathan Beecher, Writers and Revolution: Intellectuals and the French Revolution of 1848, Cambridge University Press 2021

Serena Dyer, Material Lives: Women Makers and Consumer Culture in the 18th Century, Bloomsbury 2021

Rashna Darius Nicholson, The Colonial Public and the Parsi Stage: The Making of the Theatre of EmpirePalgrave Macmillan 2021

Jamie A. Gianoutsos, The Rule of Manhood, Cambridge University Press 2020

Elizabeth Swann, Taste and Knowledge in Early Modern England, Cambridge University Press 2020

Gregg Huff, World War II in Southeast Asia: Economy and Society under Japanese Occupation, Cambridge University Press 2020

Ellen O’Gorman, Tacitus’ History of Politically Effective Speech, Bloomsbury 2020

Ben Rogaly, Stories from a Migrant City: Living and Working in the Shadow of Brexit, Manchester University Press 2020

Sally Shuttleworth, Melissa Dickson and Emilie Taylor-Brown (eds), Progress and Pathology: medicine and culture in the nineteenth century, Manchester University Press 2020

Maggie Ledford Lawson, Passage to Byzantium: The Romanov-Habsburg Feud that Led to WWI, Pellissippi Press 2019

Tom Almeroth-Williams, City of Beasts: How Animals Shaped Georgian LondonManchester University Press 2019

Chiara Rolli, The Trial of Warren Hastings: Classical Oratory and Reception in Eighteenth-Century England, Palgrave Macmillan 2019

Andrew Wallis, Stepp’d in Blood: Akazu and the architects of the Rwandan genocide against the Tutsi, Zero Books 2019

Arianne Chernock, The Right to Rule and the Rights of Women:  Queen Victoria and the Women’s Movement, Cambridge University Press 2019

Shelley Tickell, Shoplifting in Eighteenth-Century England, Boydell Press 2018

Peter Whitfield,  Mapping the Heavens,  British Library 2018

William Frame with Laura Walker,  James Cook: the Voyages,  British Library 2018