London Journal

(The median citation count of London Journal is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From Sessions to Newspaper? Criminal Trial Reporting, the Nature of Crime, and the London Press, 1770–180013
Housing for the Lesser Sort in Stuart London: Findings from Certificates, and Returns of Divided Houses11
From Windsor Castle to White City: The 1908 Olympic Marathon Route9
From True Confessions to True Reporting? The Decline and Fall of the Ordinary's Account9
The Social Structure of New Migrants to London Docklands: Recent Evidence from Wapping8
From Craft Workshop to Big Business – The London Scientific Instrument Trade's Response to Increasing Demand, 1750–18207
Labour Migration from London6
The Laws of London? IV Æthelred in Context5
‘London Badlands’: The Inner City Represented, Regenerated4
Apprenticeship Migration to London from the North-East of England in the Seventeenth Century4
Living with the Docklands' Redevelopment: Community View from the Isle of Dogs4
Negotiating Hierarchy and Memory: African and Caribbean Troops from Former British Colonies in London's Imperial Spaces3
Recovering Gay History from the Old Bailey3
Attitudes to Local Government in London: Evidence from Opinion Surveys and the GLC By-Elections of 20 September 19843
From Up North to Up West? London on Screen 1965–19673
The ‘Dismemberment of London’: Chamberlain, Abercrombie and the London Plans of 1943–443
Bombsites, Adventure Playgrounds and the Reconstruction of London: Playing with Urban Space in Hue and Cry3
Road Freight Transport To, From, and Within London3
Fancy Repositories: The Arcades of London's West End in the Nineteenth Century3
The Three Ages of Aerial Vision: London's Aerial Iconography from Wenceslaus Hollar to Google Earth2
From the Abyss: Pauper Petitions and Correspondence in Victorian London2
‘A Foolish Commotion of Youth’? Crowds and the ‘Crisis of the 1590s’ in London2
Residential Segregation and the Hierarchy of Elementary Schooling from Charles Booth's London Surveys2
‘The Postman Wears Out Fast’: Retiring Sick in London’s Victorian Post Office2
A Century of Hospital Planning in London: From the House of Lords' Enquiry to the Tomlinson Report2
The Childhood of Sir Thomas Browne: Evidence from the Court of Orphans2
The Politics and Economics of Technology: Bankside Power Station and the Environment, 1945–812
From the Slums to the Suburbs: Labour Party Policy, the LCC, and the Woodberry Down Estate, Stoke Newington 1934–19611
The Expansion and Remodelling of the London Hospital by Rowland Plumbe, 1884–19191
‘From Behind the Counter’: The 1742 Select Vestry Campaign1
The Needle not the Spindle? Domestic Training at the London Asylum or House of Refuge for Orphan and Deserted Girls in the Eighteenth Century1
‘A Secret, Melodramatic Sort of Conspiracy’: The Disreputable Legacies of Fenian Violence in Nineteenth-Century London1
London’s Street Markets: The Shifting Interiors of Informal Architecture1
Tales from the Old Bailey: Writing a New History From Below1
‘A Welshman Coming to London and Seeing a Jackanapes…’: How Jokes and Slang Differentiated Eighteenth-Century Londoners from the Rest of Britain1
From Provincial to Professional: Attorney Robert Kelham (1717–1808) in Eighteenth-century London1
Metropolitan Improvements From Grosvenor Square to Admiralty Arch1
The Archaeological Heritage of the City of London A progress report from the Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London0
Architecture of London0
‘Covered promenades for wet weather’: London’s winter gardens and people’s palaces, 1870–19000
From terror to terrorism in Bleak House: Writing the event, representing the people0
Lessons from a Forgotten Disaster: The Queen Victoria Street Fire, 19020
The Changing River Thames: Some Thoughts from an Archaeological Perspective0
The Friaries of Medieval London: From Foundation to Dissolution0
Shoplifting in Eighteenth-Century England0
Victoria Tower Gardens: The Prehistory, Creation and Planned Destruction of a London Park0
Socialism and the Diasporic ‘Other’: A Comparative Study of Irish Catholic and Jewish Radical and Communal Politics in East London, 1889-19120
A Map of Tudor London: England’s Capital City in 15200
‘London is a City Built on the Wreckage of Itself’: State Terrorism and Resistance in Chris Cleave’s Incendiary and Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West0
Policing the 2012 London Olympics: Legacy and Social Exclusion0
The I'Ansons: A Dynasty of London Architects and Surveyors0
Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London's Past0
Five Parishes in Late Medieval and Tudor London: Communities and Reforms0
Fortress London: Why We Need to Save the Country from its Capital0
Shakespeare and London0
‘They Are Murderers’: The English Catholic Church and Provisional IRA Attacks on London0
Aldgate in Thomas Heywood’s Edward the Fourth0
The London Life of a Peer in the Reign of Anne: A Case Study from Lord Ossulston's Diary0
Mary Quant0
Regent’s Canal Cityscape: From Hidden Waterway to Identifying Landmark0
London, Repentance, and Early Modern English Literature, c. 1590–16000
From National to World Metropolis: Governing London, 1750–18500
Bird's-Eye Views: From Hollar to the London Eye0
From City to Metropolis0
Five Parishes in Late Medieval and Tudor London: Communities and Reforms0
The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper0
Urban Claims and the Right to the City: Grassroots Perspectives from Salvador Da Bahia and London0
Networked Remembrance: Excavating Buried Memories in the Railways Beneath London and Berlin0
Unmarried Motherhood in the Metropolis, 1700–1850: Pregnancy, the Poor Law and Provision0
In Darkest London: The Manuscript Journal of Joseph Oppenheimer, City Missionary0
The First Clapham Saints: A London Village 1600–17200
Sound and Modernity in the Literature of London, 1880-19180
Threshold Modernism: New Public Women and the Literary Spaces of Imperial London0
The Archaeological Heritage of the City of London<BR> A progress report from the Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London0
Big Capital. Who is London For?0
‘I’ll Vamp it and Tip you the Cole’: Poverty, Pawning and Prosecutions in London. Evidence from the Old Bailey, 1750–17990
Reading the Australian War Memorial, Hyde Park Corner, London0
Metropolitan Improvements<BR> From Grosvenor Square to Admiralty Arch0
Indentured Migration and the Servant Trade from London to America, 1618-1718. ‘There is Great Want of Servants’0
Deeds, Not Words: The Suffragettes and Early Terrorism in the City of London0
From Market Stalls to Restaurant Row: the Recent Transformation of Exmouth Market0
Local History in London: Views from South of the River0
Contemporary Hollywood Terrorism and ‘London has Fallen’ Cinema0
Citadel of the Saxons: The Rise of Early London0
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition0
Trading in War: London’s Maritime World in the Age of Cook and Nelson0
Palaces of Power: The Birth and Evolution of London’s Clubland0
Race, Sexuality and Identity in Britain and Jamaica: The Biography of Patrick Nelson, 1916–19630
Cheap Street: London’s Street Markets and the Cultures of Informality, c. 1850–19390
Freedom Seekers: Escaping from Slavery in Restoration London0
Lost Books and Printing in London, 1557–1640: An Analysis of the Stationers’ Company Register0
Roguery in Print: Crime and Culture in Early Modern London0
Manufactured Bodies: The Impact of Industrialisation on London Health0
Capital Designs: Australia House and Visions of an Imperial London0
The Archaeology of Terrorism: Damage to Two Medieval Churches in the City of London in the IRA Attacks of 1992 and 19930
The Whitechapel History Fest: A Report of an Event Organized by the Survey of London0