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Anne Gerritsen and Burton Cleetus, eds., Histories of Health and Materiality in the Indian Ocean World: Medicine Material Culture and Trade 1600-2000. (Bloomsbury Academic 2023)

Anne Gerritsen, ‘Global Qing’, in China’s Hidden Century: 1796-1912, edited by Jessica Harrison-Hall and Julia Lovell ( British Museum Press, 2023)

Giorgio Riello (with Maria Hayward and Ulinka Rublack) eds., A Revolution in Colour: Natural Dyes and Dress in Europe, c. 1400-1800;(London: Bloomsbury, Sept. 2023)

Giorgio Riello (with Maria Giuseppina Muzzarelli and Luca Molà), Tutte le Perle Del Mondo: Perle nel Medioevo e Rinascimento (Bologna: Il Mulino, forthcoming Oct. 2023)

Giorgio Riello (with Christopher Breward and Beverly Lemire), eds. The Cambridge Global History of Fashion, 2 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming Aug. 2023)

Anderson, David M. Resistance, Protest and Rebellion in Kenya: Colonial Crimes, 1890-1963 (London: Routledge, to be published September 2023)

Anderson, David M., and Maxmillian J. Chuhila (in press). ‘Whose future? Protection or production in debates about development in the Kilombero valley, Tanzania’.  In Michael Bollig and Detlef Mueller-Mahn (eds), Future Rural Africa (Woodbridge: James Currey, 2023)

Anderson, David M., Kennedy Agade Mkutu, Klerkson Lugusa, and Evelyne Atieno Owino (in press). ‘Water governance, state infrastucture and rent-seeking scoundrels: understanding the dynamics of scarcity in Isiolo County, Kenya’, Review of African Political Economy (2023)

Anderson, David M. (in press). ‘Water scarcity and violence in East Africa: understanding micro-conflicts and climate change’. In Timothy Clack, Ziya Meral and Louise Selisny (eds.), Hot War: Climate Change & (In)Security (London: Routledge, 2023)

Michael Bycroft, “The Eighteenth Century Problem, 40 Years On,” special issue, co-edited with Adrian Wilson, in Journal of Early Modern Studies, (forthcoming in summer 2023)

Somak Biswas, Passages through India: Indian Gurus, Western Disciples and the Politics of Indophilia, 1890–1940, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2023)

Camillia Cowling, “‘The People of All Kinds Who Walk Along the Lines’: The Precarious Mobilities of Unfree Workers on Cuba’s Early Railroads,” forthcoming in Nov 2023, Slavery & Abolition (special issue, eds. Bethan Fisk and Jose Lingna Nafafe, "Captive Mobilities: Movement, Slavery, and Knowledge Production in the Iberian World")