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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Andreas Önnerfors , Rob Collis 153-156


Pragmatic Constructions of History among Contemporary Freemasons PDF
James Scott Kenney 157-183
Researching Freemasonry; Where are we? PDF
Jan Snoek 225-246
Performing Freemasonry: The practical-symbolic Constitution of a Civic Habitus in Eighteenth-Century England PDF
Kristiane Hasselmann 184-194
Researching Freemasonry in the Twenty-first Century: Opportunities and Challenges PDF
Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire 247-255
The Spectatorial Situation in Masonic Self-Construction PDF
Eleonore Kalisch , Michael Franz 195-202
From a Legitimate Field of Research to an Accepted University-Taught Subject? PDF
Natalie Bayer 256-262
Between universal values and national ties: Western European Freemasonries face the challenge of “Europe”, c. 1850–1930 PDF
Joachim Berger 203-224

Book Reviews

HEIDLE, Alexandra, Jan A.M. Snoek (eds), Women’s Agency and Rituals in Mixed and Female Masonic Orders (Boston, MA: Brill, 2008), p. 263 xvi + 450 pp.; €145/$129 Hbk; ISBN: 978 90 04 17239 5. PDF
Margaret C. Jacob 265-266
WEINBREN, Daniel, The Oddfellows 1810–2010: Two Hundred Years of Making Friends and Helping People (Lancaster: Carnegie Publishing, 2010), pp. x + 371, £25 Hbk; ISBN: 978­1­85936­207 PDF
Simon Cordery 267-268
KAUFMANN, Eric P., The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 1st edn 2007). xv+373 pp., £46, illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­0­19­920848­7; Pbk, £21, ISBN 978­0­19­953203­2 PDF
Petri Mirala 269-270
FIELD, Ophelia, The Kit-Cat Club (London: Harper Perennial, 2009), 523 pp., £9.99, Pbk, ISBN: 978­0­00717893­3 PDF
Robert Collis 271-272
SMITH, Douglas, The Pearl (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008), 328 pp., £25.00, Hbk, ISBN: 9780300120417; £16.99, Pbk, ISBN: 9780300158588 PDF
Robert Collis 273-274
ÖNNERFORS, Andreas, Róbert Péter (eds), Researching British Freemasonry, 1717–2017. Sheffield Lectures on the History of Freemasonry and Fraternalism, Vol. III (Sheffield: The University of Sheffield, 2010), 192 pp., £20, Pbk, ISBN: 978­0­9562096­ 2­7 PDF
Natalie Bayer 275-276
HARRISON, David, The Genesis of Freemasonry (Hersham: Lewis Masonic, 2009), 224 pp., £19.99, Hbk, ISBN 978­08531­8322­8 PDF
Róbert Péter 277-278
NEWMAN, Aubrey, Don Peacock and David Hughes, A History of the Masonic Province of Leicestershire and Rutland (Leicester: Anchorprint, 2010), x +139 pp., £15.00, Illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­1907­540­ 028 PDF
Daniel Weinbren 279-280
SAUNDERS, Nicholas J., and Paul Cornish (eds), Contested Objects: Material Memories of the Great War (London: Routledge, 2009), xx+ 311 pp., $120.00, Illustrated, Hbk, 978­0­415­45070­6 PDF
Aimee E. Newell 281-282
KENNEDY GRIMSTED, Patricia, F.J. Hoogewoud and Eric Ketelaar (eds). Returned from Russia: Nazi Archival Plunder in Western Europe and Recent Restitution Issues (Builth Wells: Institute of Art and Law, 2007), 349 pp., €40, Hbk, ISBN 1­902987­11­3 PDF
Anaïs Maes 283-284
SCHRANS, Guy, Vrijmetselaars te Gent in de XVIIIde eeuw (Gent: Liberaal Archief, 2009), 831 pp., € 49, Hbk. PDF
Anaïs Maes 285-286
RIZOPOULOS, Christos and Andreas Rizopoulos, Philhellenes and Greek Freemasons in 1821, 2nd edn (Athens: Tetraktys, 2008), 293 pp., €34.00, Pbk, ISBN 978­960­8141­ 40­7 PDF
Sasha Chaitow 287-288
WEBSTER, Charles, Paracelsus: Medicine, Magic, and Mission at the End of Time (New Haven, CT and London: Yale University Press, 2008). 326 pp., €29.00, Illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­0­300­13911­2 PDF
György E. Szőnyi 289-290
LOMAS, Robert, The Invisible College (London: Corgi, Transworld Publishers, 2009, 1st edn 2002), 494 pp., £7.99, Pbk, ISBN: 978-0-552-15837-4 PDF
Frigyes Hausz 291-292

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