Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Journal of Tourism History

Postwar play and petroleum: tourism and energy abundance in Rocky Mountain National Park
Mark Boxell, ONLINE EARLY
Mediating cultural encounters at sea: dining in the modern cruise industry
Shayan S. Lallani, ONLINE EARLY
Taking history on tour: lowering the disciplinary drawbridge
Karen L. Harris, ONLINE EARLY
Hubbell trading post: trade, tourism, and the Navajo Southwest
Erika M. Bsumek, ONLINE EARLY
Borders of belonging. Experiencing history, war and nation at a Danish heritage site
Michael Haldrup, ONLINE EARLY
The cultural game of a noble life – (re)presenting historical manors Gatchina and Schloss Fall in comparative perspective
Alexei Kraikovski, ONLINE EARLY
Come to Spain! America in Spanish tourism policy (1911–1954)
Ana Moreno Garrido, ONLINE EARLY
Editor’s note
Eric G. E. Zuelow, ONLINE EARLY
What constitutes Muziris? Past and the production of heritage destinations in the south Indian state of Kerala
Rachel A. Varghese, ONLINE EARLY
Soldier tourism in First World War Egypt and Palestine: the evidence of photography
Paul T. Nicholson, ONLINE EARLY

Labor History

100 years of Whitleyism: a comparative overview of a century of public service industrial relations in Europe and the US
vol. 59 (1): 1-2
Reconstructing resistance and renewal in public service unionism in the twenty-first century: lessons from a century of war and peace
vol. 59 (1): 3-14
Adaptation, evolution and survival? The political economy of Whitleyism and public service industrial relations in the U.K. 1917–present
vol. 59 (1): 15-37
Public sector unions, democracy, and citizenship at work
vol. 59 (1): 38-53
The road to anomie: the rise and decline of public service unions in France
vol. 59 (1): 54-70
Germany: an intertwined two-part system of unilateralism and collective bargaining
vol. 59 (1): 71-86
Do public sector industrial relations challenge the Swedish model?
vol. 59 (1): 87-104
A redesigning of bargaining? Trade union relations in the Italian public sector
vol. 59 (1): 105-119
100 years of Whitleyism: a comparative overview of a century of public service industrial relations in Europe and the US
vol. 59 (1): 1-2
Reconstructing resistance and renewal in public service unionism in the twenty-first century: lessons from a century of war and peace
vol. 59 (1): 3-14
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