Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Journal of Tourism History

Ireland and the picturesque: design, landscape, painting and tourism 1700–1840
William H. A. Williams, vol. 6 (2-3): 244-246
Education in the school of dreams: travelogues and early nonfiction film
Sabine Haenni, vol. 6 (2-3): 246-247
Mapping wonderlands: illustrated cartography of Arizona, 1912–1962
William Wyckoff, vol. 6 (2-3): 248-249
Tourism and cricket: travels to the boundary
Richard Keith Wright, vol. 6 (2-3): 249-251
Tourism, religion and pilgrimage in Jerusalem
Noga Collins-Kreiner, vol. 6 (2-3): 251-253
Commercial homes in tourism: an international perspective
Kevin J. James, vol. 6 (2-3): 253-255
Sugar heritage and tourism in transition
William C. Found, vol. 6 (2-3): 255-257
Southern horrors: Northern visions of the Mediterranean World
Sharon Ouditt, vol. 6 (2-3): 257-258
Système touristique et culture technique dans l'Arc lémanique: analyse d'une success story et de ses effets sur l'économie régionale (1852 –1914) / Le tourisme comme facteur de transformations économiques, techniques et sociales (XIXe–XXe siècles) [Touris
Mathieu Narindal, vol. 6 (2-3): 258-262
The Brijuni Islands – recreating paradise: media representations of an élite Mediterranean resort in the first tourist magazines
Nataša Urošević, vol. 6 (2-3): 122-138
Editors' introduction: research on tourism history in the Adriatic Sea Region
Igor Tchoukarine, vol. 6 (2-3): 103-106
Not many flew down to Rio: tourism and the history of beach-going in twentieth-century Rio de Janeiro
B.J. Barickman, vol. 6 (2-3): 223-241
Tanned guardians, followers and pioneers: Yugoslav directed tourism across Tito's Brijuni Islands
Igor Duda, vol. 6 (2-3): 174-193
‘The sea connects; it does not divide’: Czech tourism on the interwar Adriatic
Igor Tchoukarine, vol. 6 (2-3): 139-157
The adventures of an Ustasha Youth leader in the Adriatic: transnational fascism and the travel polemics of Dragutin Gjurić
Rory Yeomans, vol. 6 (2-3): 158-173
Replacing Venice in the Adriatic: tourism and Italian irredentism, 1880–1936
Maura Hametz, vol. 6 (2-3): 107-121
Mobile natures: tourism, symbolic geographies, and environmental protection on the Croatian Adriatic
Pamela Ballinger, vol. 6 (2-3): 194-209
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Journal of Urban History

Introduction: Reinventing the American Postindustrial City
Karimi, P., vol. 41 (2): 147-157
Postindustrialization and the City of Consumption: Attempted Revitalization in Asbury Park, New Jersey
Ammon, F. R., vol. 41 (2): 158-174
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