Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

Maps of Malaya and Borneo: Discovery, Statehood and Progress: The Collections of H.R.H. Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah and Dato’ Richard Curtis
vol. 67 (1): 115-115
Mastering the Niger: James MacQueen’s African Geography and the Struggle over Atlantic Slavery
vol. 67 (1): 115-116
Mapping the New World: Renaissance Maps from the American Museum in Britain
vol. 67 (1): 116-117
‘At the Sign of the Atlas’: The Life and Work of Joseph Moxon, A Restoration Polymath
vol. 67 (1): 117-118
The Map Thief: The Gripping Story of an Esteemed Rare-Map Dealer Who Made Millions Stealing Priceless Maps
vol. 67 (1): 118-119
Cartography and Culture in Medieval Iceland
vol. 67 (1): 120-121
Literary Landscapes: Mapping Emergent American Identity in Transatlantic Narratives of Women’s Travel of the Long Eighteenth Century
vol. 67 (1): 121-122
Bibliography
vol. 67 (1): 123-141
Imago Mundi Prize
vol. 67 (1): 142-142
The International Society for the History of the Map (ISHMap)
vol. 67 (1): 143-143

Industrial Archaeology Review

EDITORIAL
Ian West, vol. 36 (2): 83-83
THE ROLT MEMORIAL LECTURE 2013: THE PUBLIC BENEFIT OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE — TAKING A POSITIVE VIEW
Miles Oglethorpe, vol. 36 (2): 85-96
ERIC NORDEVALL II — A RECONSTRUCTION OF A PADDLE STEAMER, AN INTENSIVE HISTORICAL PROJECT
Lennart Bornmalm, vol. 36 (2): 97-108
FREIGHT-HANDLING TECHNOLOGIES AND INDUSTRIAL BUILDING DESIGN: FREIGHTHOUSE AND WAREHOUSE FACILITIES OF THE CHICAGO JUNCTION RAILWAY, 1900–30
Tim Allison, vol. 36 (2): 109-127
REVISITING THE ICONIC: THE EXCAVATION OF THE REELFITZ PIT ENGINE AND THE NEWCOMEN STEAM ENGINE IN CUMBERLAND, UK
David George, vol. 36 (2): 128-140
BOOK REVIEWS
vol. 36 (2): 141-147
Abstracts
vol. 36 (2): 148-153

Innes Review

The Scottish Catholic Archives and Scottish historical studies
vol. 65 (2): 79-94
William Dunbar and the courtmen: poetry as a source for the court of James IV
vol. 65 (2): 95-112
Boys to manly men of God: Scottish seminarian manliness in the nineteenth century
vol. 65 (2): 113-127
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