Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Journal of Tourism History

Exploring the use and impact of travel guidebooks
Scott Moranda, vol. 9 (2-3): 281-283
Scotland and tourism: the long view, 1700-2015
Allan Brodie, vol. 9 (2-3): 287-289
Taking history on tour: lowering the disciplinary drawbridge
Karen L. Harris, vol. 9 (2-3): 223-245
Hubbell trading post: trade, tourism, and the Navajo Southwest
Erika M. Bsumek, vol. 9 (2-3): 283-285
Borders of belonging. Experiencing history, war and nation at a Danish heritage site
Michael Haldrup, vol. 9 (2-3): 285-287
The cultural game of a noble life – (re)presenting historical manors Gatchina and Schloss Fall in comparative perspective
Alexei Kraikovski, vol. 9 (2-3): 139-159
Come to Spain! America in Spanish tourism policy (1911–1954)
Ana Moreno Garrido, vol. 9 (2-3): 193-204
Editor’s note
Eric G. E. Zuelow, vol. 9 (2-3): 117-118
What constitutes Muziris? Past and the production of heritage destinations in the south Indian state of Kerala
Rachel A. Varghese, vol. 9 (2-3): 178-192
Soldier tourism in First World War Egypt and Palestine: the evidence of photography
Paul T. Nicholson, vol. 9 (2-3): 205-222
Time travel: tourism and the rise of the living history museum in mid-twentieth-century Canada
H. V. Nelles, ONLINE EARLY
Exploring the use and impact of travel guidebooks
Scott Moranda, ONLINE EARLY
Scotland and tourism: the long view, 1700-2015
Allan Brodie, ONLINE EARLY
Selling the Serengeti: the cultural politics of safari tourism
Noel B. Salazar, ONLINE EARLY
Tourism collections in the archives of the Wisconsin Historical Society
Simone O. Munson, ONLINE EARLY
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

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
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