Journal of Urban History 34 (2008), 3

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Journal of Urban History 34 (2008), 3
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Journal of Urban History
United States
Ingrid Brüggemann

A new issue of Journal of Urban History
has been made available:

1 March 2008; Vol. 34, No. 3



Machine Building and City Building: Urban Planning and Industrial
Restructuring in Philadelphia, 1894-1928
Domenic Vitiello
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 399-434

Avoiding "Jim Crow": Negotiating Separate and Equal on Florida's Railroads
and Streetcars and the Progressive Era Origins of the Modern Civil Rights
Robert Cassanello
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 435-457

The Commercial Sector in an Early-Twentieth Century Spanish City, La Coruna
Jesus Miras Araujo
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 458-483

Australian Public Housing and the Diverse Histories of Social Mix
Kathy Arthurson
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 484-501

Review Essay: Complex Histories and Local Identities: JOHN J. CZAPLICKA AND
BLAIR A. RUBLE, eds., Composing Urban History and the Constitution of Civic
Identities. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003, pp. xiv, 430,
illustrations, tables, notes, index, $59.95 cloth. MARTIN V. MELOSI AND
PHILIP SCARPINO, eds., Public History and the Environment. Malabar, FL:
Krieger, 2004, pp. xiv, 291, illustration, notes, index, $38.50 cloth. MAX
PAGE AND RANDALL MASON, eds., Giving Preservation a History: Histories of
Historic Preservation in the United States. New York: Routledge, 2004, pp.
vii, 344, illustrations, notes, index, $24.95 cloth
Stephanie Ryberg
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 502-510

Review Essay: At a Crossroads? Diverging Paths in the History of Crime:
ANDREW WENDER COHEN, The Racketeer's Progress: Chicago and the Struggle for
the Modern American Economy, 1900-1940. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University
Press, 2004, pp. xviii, 333, illustrations, index, notes, bibliography,
$60.00 cloth. ERIC H. MONKKONEN, Crime, Justice, History. Columbus: Ohio
State University Press, 2002, pp. xi, 293, tables, illustrations, notes,
references, index, $49.95 cloth. EDUARDO OBREGON PAGAN, Murder at the
Sleepy Lagoon: Zoot Suits, Race and Riot in Wartime Los Angeles. Chapel
Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003, pp. 312, illustrations,
tables, maps, appendices, notes, bibliography, index, $49.95 cloth, $19.95
David B. Wolcott
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 511-519

Review Essay: The American Downtown: Sagas of Race, Place, and Space ROBERT
M. FOGELSON, Downtown: Its Rise and Fall, 1880-1950. New Haven: Yale
University Press, 2001, pp. 492, illustrations, notes, index, $50 cloth,
Downtown: Poetics and Politics of Form. Berkeley: University of California
Press, 1998, pp. xxix, 350, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index,
$40.00 cloth. ALISON ISENBERG, Downtown America: A History of the Place and
the People Who Made It. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004, pp.
xvii, 441, illustrations, index, notes, $32.50 cloth
John F. Bauman
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 520-531

Review Essay: The Machine in Society: BRIAN J. CUDAHY, Rails Under the
Mighty Hudson: The Story of the Hudson Tubes and the Pennsy Tunnels and
Manhattan Tunnels. Bronx, NY: Fordham University Press, 2002, pp. 112,
illustrations, appendixes, bibliography, $20 paperback. JANET F. DAVIDSON
AND MICHAEL S. SWEENEY, On The Move: Transportation and the American Story.
Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2003, pp. 319, illustrations, $35.00
cloth. CLIFTON HOOD, 722 Miles: The Building of the Subways and How They
Transformed New York. Baltimore & London: The Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1993, 2004, pp. 336, illustrations, notes, index, $18.95 paper. GENE
SANSONE, New York Subways: An Illustrated History of New York City's
Transit Cars. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004, pp.
xiii, 508, illustrations, glossary, tables, diagrams, appendices, $49.95
Darius Sollohub
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 532-540

Review Essay: Specters of the City: STEVEN CONN AND MAX PAGE, editors,
Building the Nation: Americans Write About Their Architecture, Their
Cities, and Their Landscape. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania
Press, 2003, pp. xi, 412, index, illustrations, $59.95 cloth, $24.95 paper.
SAMUEL DELANEY, Times Square Red, Times Square Blue. New York: New York
University Press, 1999, pp. xviii, 203, $19 paper. CHRISTOPHE DEN TANDT,
The Urban Sublime in American Literary Naturalism. Urbana: University of
Illinois Press, 1998, pp. xiv, 288, notes, bibliography, index, $49.95
cloth, $18.95 paper. JAMES DONALD, Imagining the Modern City. Minneapolis:
University of Minnesota Press, 1999, pp. xiii, 216, illustrations, notes,
index, $24.95 paper. MADHU DUBEY, Signs and Cities: Black Literary
Postmodernism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003, pp. ix, 284,
notes, index, $19.80 paper. JAMES R. GILES, The Naturalistic Inner-City
Novel in America: Encounters with the Fat Man. Columbia, SC: University of
South Carolina Press, 1995, pp. ix, 204, bibliography, index, $34.95 cloth.
RICHARD LEHAN, The City in Literature: An Intellectual and Cultural
History. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998, pp. xvi, 330,
illustrations, tables, bibliography, index, $45 cloth, $17.95 paper. DAVID
L. ULIN, editor, Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology. New York: The
Library of America, 2002, pp. xix, 880, illustrations, $40.00 cloth
Barbara Eckstein
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 541-551

Review Essay: In Search of Urban Livability: CARL ABBOTT, Greater Portland:
Urban Life and Landscape in the Pacific Northwest. Philadelphia: University
of Pennsylvania Press, 2001, pp. xi, 242, illustrations, maps, notes,
index, $19.95 paper, $34.95 cloth. JAMES LYONS, Selling Seattle:
Representing Contemporary Urban America. London: Wallflower Press, 2004,
pp. vii, 226, illustrations, notes, index, bibliography, $24.50 hardback.
T. M. SELL, Wings of Power: Boeing and the Politics of Growth in the
Northwest. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2001, pp. xxx, 162,
notes, bibliography, index, cloth
Bradshaw Hovey
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 552-561

Review Essay: Buildings in the Making of Cities: Three Chicago Case Studies
RICHARD LONGSTRETH, ed., The Charnley House: Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd
Wright, and the Making of Chicago's Gold Coast. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, 2004, pp. xxi, 249, illustrations, notes, index, $55.00
hardback. JOSEPH M. SIRY, The Chicago Auditorium Building: Adler and
Sullivan's Architecture and the City. Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
2002, pp. xv, 550, illustrations, notes, selected bibliography, index,
$55.00 cloth. KATHERINE SOLOMONSON, The Chicago Tribune Tower Competition:
Skyscraper Design and Cultural Change in the 1920s. New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2001, pp. xiii, 370, illustrations, bibliography, index,
$80.00 cloth [University of Chicago Press, 2003, $27.00 paper]
Michael Desmond
Journal of Urban History 2008;34 562-568

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