Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

Transformation and Specialization in London and its Topography
vol. 22 (3): 317-328
Making the High Street: Walking Tours and Street Views in the 1830s
vol. 22 (3): 354-361
Introduction: Roundtable on John Tallis’s London Street Views (1838–1840)
vol. 22 (3): 287-296
Putting People on the Page: Material Culture as a Way in to Everyday Life behind the Facades of Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 329-338
Inside Tallis: Reconstructing the Interiors of Tallis’s London Street Views
vol. 22 (3): 339-353
Notes on Contributors
vol. 22 (3): 424-425
Travels in Fiction: Baker, Stanley, Cameron and the Adventure of African Exploration
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The Artist–Historian: Victorian natural history in the work of Mark Dion
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The Artist–Historian: Victorian natural history in the work of Mark Dion
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Travels in Fiction: Baker, Stanley, Cameron and the Adventure of African Exploration
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Labor History

Explaining postwar wage compression
vol. 58 (5): 587-610
Competition between unions as a stimulus for initiating reform: the Israeli case, 1958–2015
vol. 58 (5): 623-638
Diffusion of labor agreements: evidence from the UK oil industry
vol. 58 (5): 611-622
The CPGB, the Connolly Association and Irish communism, 1945–1962
vol. 58 (5): 639-655
‘Ringleaders and Troublemakers’: Malawian (Nyasa) migrants and transnational labor movements in Southern Africa, c.1910–1960
vol. 58 (5): 656-675
Against fascism, for racial equality: communists, anti-racism and the road to the Second World War in Australia, South Africa and the United States
vol. 58 (5): 676-696
‘Ringleaders and Troublemakers’: Malawian (Nyasa) migrants and transnational labor movements in Southern Africa, c.1910–1960
vol. 58 (5): 656-675
Against fascism, for racial equality: communists, anti-racism and the road to the Second World War in Australia, South Africa and the United States
vol. 58 (5): 676-696
The CPGB, the Connolly Association and Irish communism, 1945–1962
vol. 58 (5): 639-655
Diffusion of labor agreements: evidence from the UK oil industry
vol. 58 (5): 611-622
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