A journal for open water swimming (OWS) scholars and enthusiasts.
Vol. 1 No. 3 (2019): Issue number 3, published all at once!
Here we go, let's make this look more like a real journal. In this issue:
Acknowledgements, Editorial Board, On the Contributors, Table of Contents
Letters from the Editors
Captain Kanga: Social Isolation in Welfare Hotels: "Where It's Easier to Get Crack than a Cup of Coffee"
Hatfield McCoy: Historical Memory in the Hub: Abolitionism and Civil Rights in Boston
Nathan Adrian: A Rhetorical Convergence: Rump Ballads and Official Propaganda (1660-1663)
Elmo Balthazaar: Constantine's Constantinople: A Christian Emperor, A Pagan City
Mary Smith: Sensation(al) Science: Ivan Sechenov's Reflexes of the Brain and Revolutionary Physiology, Literature, and Politics of the Russian 1860s
Mariel Cunha: Consolidating Power: The Making of Modern Colombia After the Panama Debacle
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