Volume 25, no. 1, of the London Journal, the leading interdisciplinary journal on all aspects of London, has just been published and contains the following articles:
Jonathan Harris, The Grecian coffee House and Political Debate in London 1688-1714
Helen Berry, An early coffee house periodical and its readers: the Athenian Mercury, 1691-1697
Ysanne Holt, London types
Matt Houbrooke, The private world of public urinals: London 1918-1957.
David Englander, From the abyss: pauper petitions and correspondence in Victorian London
John Hall, How London got Mayor Ken
plus conference report on The Streets of London an dbook reviews.
The London Journal is a fully refereed journal and is published twice a year in June and December. Authors interested in submitting articles should contact the editor.
The subscription cost for vol 25 is £15 ($30)for private individuals; £30 ($60) for institutions. Individual copies of the London Journal can be purchased from the editor at a cost of £10 ($25)
Forthcoming articles in vol 25(2) include mendicant friars in the 14th century, housing the poor in seventeenth-century London and London's experiment with wartime government, plus exhibition reviews on Modernism and Art Nouveau, book reviews etc.
Hon Editor, London Journal
Department of Geography
London WC2R 2LS
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