Journal of Urban History 46 (2020), 1

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Journal of Urban History 46 (2020), 1
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Special Section: Water and the Making of Californian and Australian Cities

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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.


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Special Section Introduction
Water and the Making of Californian and Australian Cities: Introduction Lionel Frost

Special Section Articles

Water Technology and the Urban Environment: Water, Sewerage, and Disease in San Francisco and Melbourne before 1920
Lionel Frost

Overcoming Abundance: Social Capital and Managing Floods in Inner Melbourne during the Nineteenth Century
Meredith Dobbie, Ruth Morgan, and Lionel Frost

Watershed Politics: Groundwater Management and Resource Conservation in Southern California’s Pomona Valley
Benjamin Hackenberger and Char Miller

Lawnscaping Perth: Water Supply, Gardens, and Scarcity, 1890–1925
Andrea Gaynor

“A Spirit of Bolshevism?”: Perth’s Water Crisis of the 1920s
Jenny Gregory

From Water Engineers to Financial Engineering: Water Provision in Australia’s East Coast Capital Cities, 1945–2015
Seamus O’Hanlon and Peter Spearritt

The Allure of Climate and Water Independence: Desalination Projects in Perth and San Diego
Ruth Morgan


Beyond Boundaries: Envisioning Metropolitan School Desegregation in Boston, Detroit, and Philadelphia, 1963–1974
Michael Savage

New Perspectives on New Deal Housing Policy: Explicating and Mapping HOLC Loans to African Americans
Todd M. Michney and LaDale Winling

Review Essays

Managing Cultural Heritage in Asian Cities
William Logan

天人合一: The Chinese Built Environment
Jacob Dreyer

Two Tales of One City: Rent Strikes and Tenant Activism in Twentieth-Century New York
Daniel Wishnoff

Clearance, Choreography, and Community Action: Reconsiderations of Postwar America
Joseph M. Watson

Re-examining Radicalism through the Lens of Gender: Women and Anarchism in the United States, 1865–1940
John Thomas McGuire

Landscapes of the Dead
Timothy B. Spears

Hidden Metropolis: Modernization and Urban Culture in Eastern Europe
Cristina Florea

Whale-Oil Lamps to Electric Billboards: Illuminating the Industrial City
Burton W. Peretti

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