Journal of Urban History 41 (2015), 3

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Journal of Urban History 41 (2015), 3
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Journal of Urban History
United States
Fritsche, Jana

Journal of Urban History (JUH), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, provides scholars and professionals with the latest research, analyses, and discussion on the history of cities and urban societies throughout the world. JUH presents original research by distinguished authors from the variety of fields concerned with urban history. Each insightful issue offers the latest scholarship on such topics as public housing, migration, urban growth, and more.



Tribute to Raymond A. Mohl

Editor’s Tribute to Raymond A. Mohl
David Goldfield

Tribute to Raymond A. Mohl, 1938–2015
Roger Biles and Mark H. Rose


The Rise of Italy’s Neo-Ghettos
Isabella Clough Marinaro

The New Orleans Lakefront: Nostalgia and the Fate of New Urbanism
David Benac

Where Houston Met Hollywood: Giant, Glenn McCarthy, and the Construction of a Modern City
Claudia Calhoun

Selling Atlanta: Black Mayoral Politics from Protest to Entrepreneurism, 1973 to 1990
Jessica Ann Levy

Sardinero and Not a Can of Sardines: Soccer and Spanish Ethnic Identities in New York City during the 1920s
Brian D. Bunk

“A Town Should Be Built to Make the Whole Thing Work”: Modeling Patterson, City Beautiful of California’s Central Valley
Peter Ekman

Exclusion in Arcadia: How Suburban Developers Circulated Ideas about Discrimination, 1890–1950
Paige Glotzer

Review Essays

The Costs and Consequences of Living in a World Shaped by Leisure Culture: New Literature on Tourism and Urban Recreation in America
Nalleli Guillen

Urban Jewish Transformations
Genevieve Okada Goldstone

Chinese Cities in a Time of Change
Carmen C. M. Tsui

Dreams of Los Angeles: Traversing Power, Navigating Space, and Recovering the Everyday
James Zarsadiaz

Cosmopolitan Attachment: Pluralism and Civic Identity in Late Ottoman Cities
Ahmet Ersoy

The City and American Environmentalism
Robert Gioielli

Miles to Go before We Sleep: Well-Worn Paths and New Directions for Educational Historians
René Luis Alvarez

Paris: Haussmann and After
David P. Jordan

Making Visual Order of Urban Disorder: New York City’s Nineteenth-Century Illustrated Press
Julia Guarneri


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