Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Journal of Tourism History

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
Editorial Board
vol. 6 (2-3): 0-0
Club Red: Vacation Travel and the Soviet Dream

Journal of Urban History

Rethinking Urban America through the Lens of the Carceral State
Thompson, H. A., Murch, D., vol. 41 (5): 751-755
Welfare Crises, Penal Solutions, and the Origins of the "Welfare Queen"
Kohler-Hausmann, J., vol. 41 (5): 756-771
Between a Rock and Hard Place: Delaware Prison Reform and the Urban Landscape, 1961-1977
Williams, Y., vol. 41 (5): 772-786
Pushers, Victims, and the Lost Innocence of White Suburbia: California's War on Narcotics during the 1950s
Lassiter, M. D., vol. 41 (5): 787-807
Creating Crime: The Rise and Impact of National Juvenile Delinquency Programs in Black Urban Neighborhoods
Hinton, E., vol. 41 (5): 808-824
The Law and Order Origins of Urban Gay Politics
Stewart-Winter, T., vol. 41 (5): 825-835
Cell Taught, Self Taught: The Chicano Movement Behind Bars - Urban Chicanos, Rural Prisons, and the Prisoners' Rights Movement
Chase, R. T., vol. 41 (5): 836-861
Suburban Land Development in Antebellum Boston
Karr, R. D., vol. 41 (5): 862-880
"Everywhere Is Taksim": The Politics of Public Space from Nation-Building to Neoliberal Islamism and Beyond
Batuman, B., vol. 41 (5): 881-907
The Modern Vernacular Reassessed: The Socioarchitectural Origin of the Taipei Walkup Apartments
Lin, J.-A., Chen, L.-C., vol. 41 (5): 908-926
"Closer to Heaven": Race and Diversity in Suburban America
Gottlieb, D., vol. 41 (5): 927-935
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