Journal of Urban History 48 (2022), 3

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Journal of Urban History 48 (2022), 3

Thousand Oaks 2022: Sage Publications
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Journal of Urban History
United States
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin



Controlling Land, Controlling People: Urban Greening and the Territorial Turn in Theories of Urban Planning in the Soviet Union, 1931–1932 Johanna Conterio

This City Is An Archive: Squatting History and Urban Authority Samuel Burgum

Tenant Activism and the Demise of Urban Renewal: Tenants, Governance, and the Struggle for Recognition at Habitations Jeanne-Mance in Montreal Pierson Nettling

The Socialist Bratwurst: East German Urbanism and Its Reemergence in the Present Samantha Fox

Rethinking China’s Rural Revitalization from a Historical Perspective Siu Wai Wong, Bo-sin Tang, and Jinlong Liu

The Social, Cultural, and Political Value of Play: Singapore’s Postcolonial Playground System Raffaella Sini

Formation of Informal Settlements and the Development of the Idiom Teneke Mahalle in the Late-Ottoman Istanbul Egemen Yılgür

Brighton Fair: The Life, Death, and Legacy of an Animal Suburb Andrew Robichaud

Bright Flight: Desegregating Boston’s Elite Public Schools, 1960–2000 Kimberly Probolus-Cedroni

Review Essays

Schools, Black Students, and Democracy Jonna Perrillo

Survival and Assimilation: Non-elite Whites in Civil War-Era Southern Cities Robert K. Nelson

Identities, Assimilation, and Race John J. Bukowczyk

Struggle, Urban Appropriation, and Cities of the Future Jill Jensen

Neoliberalism, Neoliberal Cities, and the Search for Urban Political Development Richardson Dil

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