New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : London Journal: A Review of Metropolitan Society Past and Present
From the Maney website for the journal:
“The scope of The London Journal is broad, embracing all aspects of metropolitan society past and present, including comparative studies. The Journal is multi-disciplinary and is intended to interest all concerned with the understanding and enrichment of London and Londoners: historians, geographers, economists, sociologists, social workers, political scientists, planners, educationalist, archaeologists, conservationists, architects, and all those taking an interest in the fine and performing arts, the natural environment and in commentaries on metropolitan life in fiction as in fact.”
The most recent issue (volume 38, issue 3, November 2013) is a special issue marking the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Metropolitan Railway within the wider metropolitan context of the London Underground network as a whole.
Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (1975) to present.