Anthony S. Wohl, PhD
I did my undergraduate work at Jesus College, Cambridge University, England, and received my B.A. (Hons.) degree there in 1958. I then came across to do graduate work at Brown University and received my Ph.D. there in 1966.
The Bitter Cry of Outcast London (Leicester University Press and Humanities Press, 1970). Editor, with introduction and notes.
The Eternal Slum: Housing and Social Policy in Victorian London (Edward Arnold and McGill-Queens University Press, 1977).
The Victorian Family: Structure and Stresses (Croom Helm and St. Martin’s Press, 1978). Editor, with introduction and chapter.
Endangered Lives: Public Health in Victorian and Edwardian England (J. M. Dent and Harvard University Press, 1983). Re-issued in the slightly revised edition: University Paperbacks, Methuen, 1983.
Ragged London in 1861, editor, with introduction and critical textual notes of J. Hollingshead’s work, first published in 1861. (J. M. Dent, Everyman Library, 1986).
Chapters in Books
“The Housing of the Working Classes in London,1815-1914”, S. D. Chapman, ed., The History of Working-Class Housing (David and Charles, 1971).
“Unfit for Human Habitation”, H. J. Dyos and M. Wolff, eds., The Victorian City, Vol. II (Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1973).
“Sex and the Single Room: Incest among the Victorian Working Classes”, A. S. Wohl, ed., The Victorian Family: Structure and Stresses (Croom Helm and St. Martin’s Press, 1978).
“‘Ben JuJu’: Representations of Disraeli’s Jewishness in the Victorian Political Cartoon,” Todd M. Endelman and Tony Kushner, eds., Disraeli’s Jewishness (Vallentine Mitchell, 2002).
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