Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

Making the Case for History in Medical Education
Jones, D. S., Greene, J. A., Duffin, J., Harley Warner, J., vol. 70 (4): 623-652
Does History Matter? Commentary on "Making the Case for History in Medical Education"
Arrizabalaga, J., vol. 70 (4): 653-655
The History of Medicine in Medical Education
Ludmerer, K. M., vol. 70 (4): 656-660
The Seat at the Table Problem: Broadening Reception for Historians of Medicine and Public Health
Chowkwanyun, M., vol. 70 (4): 661-666
Writing History in the Age of Biomedicine
Keller, R. C., vol. 70 (4): 667-669
Packaged Pleasures: How Technology and Marketing Revolutionized Desire
Maines, R., vol. 70 (4): 669-671
Female Circumcision and Clitoridectomy in the United States: A History of a Medical Treatment
Pape, M., vol. 70 (4): 671-674

Journal of Tourism History

The emergence of an environmental history of tourism
Scott Moranda, vol. 7 (3): 268-289
Against the wind: the role of Belgian colonial tourism marketing in resisting pressure to decolonise from Africa
Andrew Wigley, vol. 7 (3): 193-209
Motion pictures: an analysis of the posters of Victorian Railways during the 1920s and 1930s
Colin Symes, vol. 7 (3): 210-227
Battle lines in the Hot Lakes District, New Zealand, c.1900: tourism development and the contested nature of place
Hamish Bremner, vol. 7 (3): 228-245
Sea bathing and seaside tourism in Portugal in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: an overview
Pedro Alexandre Guerreiro Martins, vol. 7 (3): 246-267
Dark tourism and crime
David Botterill, vol. 7 (3): 290-292
Blackpool's seaside heritage
Peter Borsay, vol. 7 (3): 292-294
A cosmopolitan journey? Difference, distinction and identity work in gap year travel; Lifestyle mobilities: intersections of travel, leisure and migration
Linda L. Mahood, vol. 7 (3): 294-296
Masters and students: Jesuit mission ethnography in seventeenth-century New France
Terence J. Fay, vol. 7 (3): 296-298
Seascapes: shaped by the sea: embodied narratives and fluid geographies
Tricia Cusack, vol. 7 (3): 298-301
Unspeakable awfulness: America through the eyes of European travelers, 1865–1900
Robin Jarvis, vol. 7 (3): 301-303
Editorial Board
vol. 7 (3): 0-0
Geographical board game: promoting tourism and travel in Georgian England and Wales
Jane Dove, ONLINE EARLY
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