New issue of 'Industrial Archaeology Review' also available online
Industrial Archaeology Review aims to publish research in industrial archaeology, which is defined as a period study embracing the tangible evidence of social, economic and technological development in the period since industrialisation, generally from the early-18th century onwards. It is a peer-reviewed academic journal, with scholarly standards of presentation, yet seeks to encourage submissions from both amateurs and professionals which will inform all those working in the field of current developments.
Find out more at www.maneyonline.com/iar.
Industrial Archaeology Review, volume: 37, number: 1 (May 2015) is now available with the following articles:
- Sir Neil Cossons: Obituary Sonia Rolt 1919 - 2014
- Florentina-Cristina Merciu, Andreea-Loreta Cercleux, and Daniel Peptenatu: Rosia Montana, Romania: Industrial Heritage in Situ, between Preservation, Controversy and Cultural Recognition
- John Barnatt: Underground Electric Lighting in the 1880s: Clayton Mine, Ecton, Staffordshire
- Anica Tufegdžić & Mirjana Roter Blagojević: Golden Era of Lager Breweries in the Southern Austro-hungarian Empire
- Jonathan G.A. Lageard and Ian B. Drew: Evaporating Legacies: Industrial Heritage and Salt in Cheshire, UK
- Marilyn Palmer: Greater Manchester's Past Revealed
- Book Reviews