Journal of Urban History 41 (2015), 4

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Journal of Urban History 41 (2015), 4
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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.



Daniel Amsterdam

From Urban as Site to Urban as Place: Reflections on (Almost) a Half-Century of U.S. Urban History
Michael B. Katz

Urban History and the Construction of Social Difference
Lilia Fernandez

Michael Katz on Place and Space in Urban History
Timothy J. Gilfoyle

Notes on a Desegregated Method: Learning from Michael Katz and Others
N. D. B. Connolly

Michael B. Katz’s “From Site to Place” and Urban History in Europe and Beyond
Lynn Hollen Lees

Comment on Michael B. Katz, “From Urban as Site to Urban as Place: Reflections on (Almost) a Half Century of U.S. Urban History”
Michael Frisch

Final Thoughts on “From Urban as Site to Urban as Place”
Mark J. Stern

Special Section: Protest in the City

Introduction: Protest in the City: Democracy and Dissent in 1980s Europe
Astrid Mignon Kirchhof, Carla MacDougall, and Peter Ulrich Weiß

Pandemonium Britain: Interactions between Formal and Informal Places of Governance in the 1980s
Monia O’Brien Castro

“For a Decent Quality of Life”: Environmental Groups in East and West Berlin
Astrid Mignon Kirchhof

Civil Society from the Underground: The Alternative Antifa Network in the GDR
Peter Ulrich Weiß

Strategies of Protest from Wroclaw: The Orange Alternative or the Riot of the Gnomes
Berenika Szymanski-Düll

Remembrance of Revolutions Past – A Democratic Resource? 1989 – Space of Remembrance in the “Hero Cities” of Leipzig and Timişoara
Martin Hofmann


“You People Would Keep On Dwelling”: Twentieth-Century State Responses to Homelessness in Hungary from Above and Below
Éva Tessza Udvarhelyi

From Praise to Condemnation: Ottoman Revivalism and the Production of Space in Early Republican Ankara
Inci Basa

Review Essay

Parisian Palimpsest: Monuments, Ruins, and Preservation in the Long Nineteenth Century
Patrick Luiz Sullivan De Oliveira

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