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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: Sex and the Colonial CityLorelle Semley
Special Section Articles
“Refugee from St. Domingue Living in This City”: The Geography of Social Networks in Testaments of Refugee Free Women of Color in New OrleansElizabeth C. Neidenbach
Rape, Race, and Respectability in a South African Port City: East London, 1870-1927Elizabeth Thornberry
“My Most Beautiful Ornament Is My House”: National Womanhood and Urban Modernity in Late Colonial and Postcolonial Senegal, 1956-1968Elizabeth Ann Fretwell
Trouble on the Docks: Strikes, Scabs, and the Colonial Question in Marseille’s Port NeighborhoodsMinayo Nasiali
Opposing Forces: The “Open Housing” Debate among Citizens, the Daily Press, and the Mayor in Milwaukee, 1967-1968Peter R. Janecky
About the Ideal Layout of the City Street in the Twelfth to Sixteenth Centuries: The Myth of the Renaissance in Town BuildingWim Boerefijn
Diversity. Conflict. Empowerment? The Politics of Black Chicago from Abolition to Harold WashingtonSam Mitrani
The Road (Becoming) Less Traveled: The History of Highways in AmericaJohn L. Renne
Is There Real Potential of Sustainable City Life?Kathleen Walston Pagan
Tokyo and Beyond: Space and Place in Urban JapanJeffrey E. Hanes
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