Socio-cultural Aspects

Anderson, Olive. “The Growth of Christian Military in Mid Victorian Britain.” English Historical Review 861, no. 388, (1971): 46 – 72.

Aston, John. Real Sailor Songs. London: Leadenhall, 1891.

Astro, Richard, ed. Literature and the Sea. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1976.

August, Andrew. “Culture of Consolation? Rethinking Politics in Working-Class London, 1870-1914.” ­Historical Research 74, no. 183, (2001): 193 – 219.

August, Andrew. The British Working Class, 1832 – 1940. Harlow: Pearson, 2007.

Beaven, Brad. Leisure, Citizenship and Working Class Men in Britain, 1850 – 1945. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005.

Beckingham, David. “Gender, Space and Drunkenness: Liverpool’s Licensed Premises, 1860 -1914,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102, no. 3, (2012): 647 – 666.

Behrman, Cynthia. Victorian Myths of the Sea. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1977.

Bell, Karl. The Magical Imagination: Magic and Modernity in Urban England, 1780 – 1914. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Bell, Karl. “Civic Spirits? Ghost Lore and Civic Narratives in Nineteenth-Century Portsmouth.” Cultural and Social History 11, no.1, (2014): 51-68.

Brown, Ron. Cinemas and Theatres of Portsmouth from Old Photographs. Chalford: Amberley Publishing, 2009.

Burroughs, Robert. “Sailors and Slaves: The Poor Enslaved Tar in Naval Reform and Nautical Melodrama”, Journal of Victorian Culture 16, no. 3, (2011): 305 – 322.

Burton, Valerie. “’As I Was A-walking Down the Highway One Morn’: Fictions of the Nineteenth Century Sailortown,” in Bernhard Klein and Gesa Machenthun, eds., Fictions of the Sea: Critical Perspectives on the Ocean in British Literature and Culture, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, 86 – 102.

Cohen, Margaret. The Novel and The Sea. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010.

Corbin, Alain. The Lure of the Sea: The Discovery of the Seaside in the Western World, 1750-1840. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994.

Croll, Andy. “Street Disorder, Surveillance and Shame: Regulating Behaviour in the Public Spaces of the Late Victorian Town.” Social History, 24, no. 3, (1999): 250 -268.

Croll, Andy. Civilising the Urban: Popular Culture and Public Space in Merthyr c.1870 – 1914. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2000.

Crone, Rosalind. Violent Victorians: Popular Entertainment in Nineteenth Century London. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012.

Crook, Tom. “Accommodating the Outcast: Common Lodging House and the Limits of Urban Governance in Victorian and Edwardian England.” Urban History 35, no. 3, (2008): 414 – 436.

Dagmar, Kift. The Victorian Music Hall: Culture, Class and Conflict. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Edwards, F.H. Crime, Law and Order in Mid Victorian Portsmouth, The Portsmouth Papers, no. 55, Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council, 1989.

Freeman, M. D. “Working-class Housing in Portsmouth.” Industrial Archaeology 10, no. 2, (1973), 152-160.

Fox, Cicley Smith. Sailortown Days. London: Methuen, 1923.

Fulda, Vivienne. “Space, Civic Pride, Citizenship and Identity in 1890s Portsmouth.” PhD Thesis, University of Portsmouth, (2006), unpublished.

Gibson, Marion. “Vikings and Victories: Sea-Stories from ‘The Seafarer’ to Skyfall and the Future of British Maritime Culture,” Journal for Maritime Research. 17, no.1, (2015), 1 – 15.

Gilchrist, Paul, Thomas Carter and Daniel Burdsey (eds). “Coastal Cultures: Liminality & Leisure.” Leisure Studies Association 126, (2013).

Gorski, Richard, ed. Maritime Labour: Contributions to the History of Work at Sea, 1500 – 2000. Amsterdam: Aksant, 2007.

Hall, Lesley. “What Shall We Do with the Poxy Sailor”, Journal for Maritime Research 6, no.1, (2004): 113 – 144.

Hilson, Mary. Political Change and the Rise of Labour in Comparative Perspective: Britain and Sweden 1890 – 1920. Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 2006.

Hugill, Stan. Sailortown. London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1967.

Hyslop, Jonathan. “’Ghostlike’ Seafarers and Sailing Ship Nostalgia: The Figure of the Steamship Lascar in the British Imagination, c.1880 – 1960.” Journal for Maritime Research, vol. 16, no.1, (2015), 212 – 228.

James, Robert. Popular Culture and Working-Class Taste in Britain 1930-39: A round of cheap diversions? Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010.

James, Robert. “Cinema-going in a Port Town, 1914 – 1951: Film Booking Patterns at the Queens Cinema, Portsmouth,” Urban History 40, no. 2, (2013): 315 – 335.

Jones, Ben. The Working Class in Mid Twentieth-Century England: Community, Identity and Social Meaning. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012.

Klein, Bernhard and Gesa Machenthun eds. Fictions of the Sea: Critical Perspectives on the Ocean in British Literature and Culture. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002.

Land, Isaac. “Customs of the Sea: Flogging, Empire and ‘The True British Seaman’, 1770 – 1870.” Interventions: The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 3, no. 2, (2001): 169 – 185.

Land, Isaac. “The Many Tongued Hydra: Sea Talk, Maritime Culture and Atlantic Identities 1750 – 1850.” Journal of American and Comparative Cultures 25, no. 3-4, (2002): 412 – 417.

Lunn,  Kenneth and Day, Ann eds. History of Work and Labour Relations in the Royal Dockyards. London: Mansell, 1999.

McLean, David. Public Health and Politics in The Age of Reform: Cholera, The State and The Royal Navy in Victorian Britain, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2006.

Melville, Herman. Billy Budd, Sailor, New York: Russell & Russell, 1963 [First edition 1924].

Noakes Lucy and Juliette Pattinson (eds). British Cultural Memory and the Second World War, London: Bloomsbury, 2014.

Pearce, Cathryn J. Cornish Wrecking, 1700-1860: Reality and Popular Myth, Woodbridge: Boydell, 2010.

Peck, John. Maritime Fiction: Sailors and Sea in British and American Novels, 1719 – 1917, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001.

Ransley, Jesse. “Maritime communities and traditions.” In A. Catsambis, B. Ford, & D. L. Hamilton (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology. New York, US: Oxford University Press, 2011, 879-903.

Riley, R.C. Public Houses and Beerhouses in Nineteenth Century Portsmouth, Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council, 1983.

Robinson, Charles, Napier. The British Tar in Fact and Fiction: The Poetry, Pathos and Humour of the Sailor’s Life. London: Harper and Brothers, 1909.

Rose, Clare. “The Meanings of the Late Victorian Sailor Suit.” Journal for Maritime Research 11, no. 1, (2009): 24 – 50.

Sargeant, H. A History of Portsmouth Theatres. Portsmouth Papers No 13. Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council, 1971 [1979].

Savage, Mike and Andrew Miles. The Re-making of the British Working Class, 1840 – 1940. London: Routledge, 1994.

Springhall, J., Youth, Popular Culture and Moral Panics: Penny Gaffs to Gangsta-Rap, 1830 – 1996. London: Macmillan, 1998.

The News. Smitten City The Story of Portsmouth under the Blitz. Portsmouth: The News, 2010.

Walton, John. “The Demand for Working-Class Seaside Holidays in Victorian England.” The Economic History Review 34, (1981): 249 – 265.

Walton, John. The British Seaside: Holidays and Resorts in the Twentieth Century, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000.

 

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