We are pleased to announce that Oxford users now have electronic access to the entire The London Journal, 1, 1975- current issue. Access is via OU eJournals and will be listed on SOLO soon. The hard copies are in the Lower Gladstone Link Per HIST.
The London Journal (ISSN 0305-8034) is multidisciplinary and covers all aspects of metropolitan society in the past and present. It will be relevant to all those interested in London and the Londoners. It includes book reviews and is published 3 times a year.
Editor: Nicola Avery London Metropolitan Archives, UK
Chair of the Editorial Board: Matthew Davies, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, UK
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Sample table of content from the Nov 2012 issue
Ellis, Markman – River and Labour in Samuel Scott’s Thames Views in the Mid-Eighteenth Century – pp. 152-173
Barrell, John – Edward Pugh in Modern London – pp. 174-195
Mee, Jon – ‘Mutual Intercourse’ and `Licentious Discussion’ in The Microcosm of London – pp. 196-214
O’Byrne, Alison – George Scharf’s London Scenes – pp. 215-233
Grant, Elizabeth – John Tallis’s London Street Views – pp. 234-251
Reviews pp. 252-259