Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

War Trauma and Alcoholism in the Early Writings of Charlotte and Branwell Brontë
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Labor History

Compensation, retraining and respiratory diseases: British coal miners, 1918–1939
vol. 58 (4): 423-449
White collars and labour history: the contractual regime in Italy from the Liberal to the Fascist era, 1919–1945
vol. 58 (4): 450-467
Podemos and the Spanish political crisis
vol. 58 (4): 468-489
Ethnicity and labour in Mauritius: assessing a cinematic account
vol. 58 (4): 490-505
Seamen, national welfare and global deregulation, 1850–1914
vol. 58 (4): 540-551
From ‘unofficial militants’ to de facto joint workplace control: the development of the shop steward system at the port of Liverpool, 1967–1972
vol. 58 (4): 552-575
Another look at E. P. Thompson and British Communism, 1937–1955
vol. 58 (4): 506-539
Sensing Chicago: noisemakers, strikebreakers, and muckrakers
vol. 58 (4): 583-585
Workers and trade unions for climate solidarity: tackling climate change in a neoliberal world
vol. 58 (4): 582-583
The Rise and fall of American growth: the US standard of living since the Civil War
vol. 58 (4): 576-579
1956: John Saville, E.P. Thompson & The Reasoner
vol. 58 (4): 579-581
Social history, (Neo-)revisionism and mapping the 1930s Spanish left
vol. 58 (3): 245-270
Parallel narratives: resistance strategies of low-wage female hospitality workers and nineteenth-century black enslaved females
vol. 58 (3): 372-395
The culture of skilled work in a Norwegian shipyard, 1945–90
vol. 58 (3): 271-287
Latin American ‘free-trade unionism’ and the cold War: an analysis based on educational policies
vol. 58 (3): 327-349
Employee ownership and union labor: the case of United Steel Workers of America
vol. 58 (3): 350-371
Parallel narratives: resistance strategies of low-wage female hospitality workers and nineteenth-century black enslaved females
vol. 58 (3): 372-395
Social history, (Neo-)revisionism and mapping the 1930s Spanish left
vol. 58 (3): 245-270
The culture of skilled work in a Norwegian shipyard, 1945–90
vol. 58 (3): 271-287
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