Bibliographic update April 2014: All

Journal of Urban History

"Martial Metropolises": The Impact of World War II on U.S. Cities
Stur, H. M., vol. 40 (3): 621-626
The Making of a Gecekondulu Identity: Journalistic Representations of the Squatters in Turkey in the 1970s
Avci, O., vol. 40 (2): 211-231
Neither Welcomed, Nor Refused: Race and Restaurants in Postwar New York City
Jou, C., vol. 40 (2): 232-251
The "Silent Majority" in Black and White: Invisibility and Imprecision in the Historiography of Mass Incarceration
Fortner, M. J., vol. 40 (2): 252-282
Privatization, Devolution, and Jimmy Carter's National Urban Policy
Neumann, T., vol. 40 (2): 283-300
Space of Power and Power of Space: Islam and Conflict over Cemetery Space in Colonial Ibadan
Onwuzuruigbo, I., vol. 40 (2): 301-317
State Impediments to Transit-Centered Planning in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1916-1928
Moore, K. W., vol. 40 (2): 318-344
Bringing Good Food In: A History of New York City's Greenmarket Program
Kornfeld, D., vol. 40 (2): 345-356
A Cultural Crossroads at the "Bloody Angle": The Chinatown Tongs and the Development of New York City's Chinese American Community
Chen, M., vol. 40 (2): 357-379
Structure versus Agency Redux: Race and Inequality in Metropolitan America
Michney, T. M., vol. 40 (2): 380-387
The Multiethnic Neighborhood in the United States
Chronopoulos, T., vol. 40 (2): 388-394
All You Need Is Music, Sweet Music: Dance Culture and Community in Urban America
Saab, A. J., vol. 40 (2): 395-400
Reevaluating Postwar Urban Renewal
Wakeman, R., vol. 40 (2): 401-406
Voices from the Storm
Manning, C. E., vol. 40 (2): 407-414

Journal of Victorian Culture

Comedy, Caricature and the Social Order, 1820–50
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Erratum: Erratum
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‘A Gleaming and Glorious Star’: Rethinking History in the Plurality-of-Worlds Debate
vol. 18 (4): 429-452
Social Notes: Oscar Wilde, Francis Bacon, and the Medium of Aphorism
vol. 18 (4): 453-471
The Deleterious Dominance of The Times in Nineteenth-Century Scholarship
vol. 18 (4): 472-497
‘A Beautiful Fiction of Law’: Rhetorical Engagements with Terra Nullius in the British Periodical Press in the 1840s
vol. 18 (4): 498-515
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