Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Journal of Victorian Culture

His Two Mates Around Him Were Crying: Masculine Sentimentality in Late-Victorian Culture
vol. 20 (4): 471-490
Kaleidoscopism: The Circulation of a Mid-Century Metaphor and Motif
vol. 20 (4): 509-530
Notes on Contributors
vol. 20 (4): 578-580
Editorial Board
vol. 20 (4): 0-0
Printing and Painting the News in Victorian London: The Graphic and Social Realism, 1869–1891
Aestheticism and the Marriage Market in Victorian Popular Fiction: The Art of Female Beauty
Maps of Utopia: H. G. Wells, Modernity, and the End of Culture

Journal of War & Culture Studies

Love and Limblessness: Male Heterosexuality, Disability, and the Great War
Joanna Bourke, ONLINE EARLY
‘Productive Myopia’: Seeing Past History's Spectacle of Accuracy in Joe Sacco's Footnotes in Gaza
Jeanne-Marie Viljoen, ONLINE EARLY
Voices of Occupiers/Liberators: The BBC's Radio Propaganda in Italy between 1942 and 1945
Ester Lo Biundo, ONLINE EARLY
A Lion for Flanders: Literature, Propaganda, and Flemish Nationalism
Karen Shelby, ONLINE EARLY
Conflicting Narratives of Obligation: Conscientious Objectors and Deserters in Canadian Great War Fiction
Anna Branach-Kallas, ONLINE EARLY
Preventing ‘A Virological Hiroshima’: Cold War Press Coverage of Biological Weapons Disarmament
Brian Balmer, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: Effects and Affects of Conflict in the Heat of Battle and the Cold War of Words
The Memory of St Julien: Configuring Gas Warfare in Mary Riter Hamilton's Battlefield Art
Irene Gammel, ONLINE EARLY
Naval Narratives of Re-enactment: In Which We Serve and Sea of Fire
Jonathan Rayner, ONLINE EARLY
Learning to Live with Ghosts in the Aftermath of War: On documentary strategies in Rabih Mroué’s How Nancy Wished That Everything Was an April Fool's Joke
Solveig Gade, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: Geographies of War and Culture Studies
Soldier or Student? The Recruitment of Australian University Students in the First World War
Véronique Duché, ONLINE EARLY
The Figure of the Soldier: Discourses of Indisputability and Heroism in a New Danish Commemorative Practice
Tea Dahl Christensen, ONLINE EARLY
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