The London 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.

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Latest articles

Volume 40 (3)

London's River? The Thames as Contested Environmental Space
Vanessa Taylor, vol. 40 (3): 183-195
Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Photographs of the River Thames: The Collections of the Museum of London and the Port of London Authority
Alex Werner, vol. 40 (3): 196-210
The Changing River Thames: Some Thoughts from an Archaeological Perspective
Gustav Milne, vol. 40 (3): 211-217
Archives and Resources in the Thames Region for Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Environmental History
Sarah Rosalind Palmer, vol. 40 (3): 218-224
‘An Unimportant River in the Neighbourhood of London’: The Use and Abuse of the River Wandle
Hadrian Cook, vol. 40 (3): 225-243
Whose River? London and the Thames Estuary, 1960–2014
Vanessa Taylor, vol. 40 (3): 244-271
Waterspace Planning and the River Thames in London
Philip Pinch, vol. 40 (3): 272-292
Geoff Swallow, vol. 40 (3): 293-302

Volume 40 (2)

Forty Years On: The 40th Anniversary of The London Journal
Charlie Turpie, vol. 40 (2): 87-88
Forty Years of Crime in London (Journal)
Robert Shoemaker, vol. 40 (2): 89-105
Arnold Fitz Thedmar: Identity, Politics and the City of London in the Thirteenth Century
Ian Stone, vol. 40 (2): 106-122
Self-help, Saving and Suburbanization: The Birkbeck Freehold Land and Building Societies, Their Bank, and the London Mechanics' Institute 1851–1911
Richard Clarke, vol. 40 (2): 123-146
South London's ‘Age-Fudgers’: Kitchener's Under-Age Volunteers
Michael Durey, vol. 40 (2): 147-170
Dominic Perring, vol. 40 (2): 171-181

Volume 40 (1)

Contesting Authority and Assimilation Within Lutheran Churches in Eighteenth-Century London
Philip Broadhead, vol. 40 (1): 1-20
Mapping London's Water Companies and Cholera Deaths
Tessa Cicak, vol. 40 (1): 21-32
Continuity and Adaptation: Archway Central Hall, 1934–2010
Angela Connelly, vol. 40 (1): 33-55
Developing Victorian Battersea: The Story of James Lord and George Todd, Junior
Keith Bailey, vol. 40 (1): 56-79
Emily Bowles, vol. 40 (1): 80-86