Journal of Urban History 44 (2018), 4

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Journal of Urban History 44 (2018), 4
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Journal of Urban History
United States
Wolff, Sarah

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.



Special Section: Making Places, Shaping Cities: Narrating Spatial History in Three American Cities

In Memorium
Samuel P. Hays, 1921–2017

Special Section Introduction

Introduction: Making Places, Shaping Cities—Narrating Spatial History in Three American Cities Matthew Klingle

Special Section Articles

Reforging the Steel City: Symbolism and Space in Postindustrial Pittsburgh
Tracy Neumann

A Gateway without a Port: Making and Contesting San Francisco’s Early Waterfront
Laura E. Ferguson

From Fort George to the Fields: The Public Space and Military Geography of Revolutionary New York City
John Gilbert McCurdy


Police Misconduct, Community Opposition, and Urban Governance in New York City, 1945–1965
Themis Chronopoulos

New Careers for the Poor: Human Services and the Post-Industrial City
Claire Dunning

“The Struggle for Land and Liberty”: Segregation, Violence, and African American Resistance in Baltimore, 1898-1918
Dennis P. Halpin

“A Pleasant and Tidy Arrangement”: Housing Development and Economies of Segregation in Mtwara, Tanganyika, 1949-1954
Chau Johnsen Kelly

Manufacturing Landmarks in New York City Parks
Alexander Reichl

The Right to Housing: Squatter Settlements in Interwar Belgrade—The Defense and Demolition of Jatagan-mala Zlata Vuksanović
Macura and Vladimir Macura

Review Essays

The Long History of Segregation and Desegregation in the Urban South
Cristina V. Groeger

Paris: Zenith to Nadir
David P. Jordan

Making a Virtue of Necessity? Citizenship and Formal Structures of Urban Power from the Great Society to the “Metropolitan Revolution”
Mason B. Williams

Teaching the City

Urban Literature: A User’s Guide
Carlo Rotella

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