Journal of Urban History 49 (2023), 1

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Journal of Urban History 49 (2023), 1

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



City of Water: Port-au-Prince, Inequality, and the Social Meaning of Rain
Claire Antone Payton

The People’s Park: Investigating Different Forms of Ownership of Victoria Park (1840–1890)
Victoria Bellamy

Planning for Growth: Contradictions in the Framework of Economic and Urban Development from the “Spanish Miracle” (1959–1973)
Juan Luis De las Rivas Sanz and Miguel Fernández-Maroto

The Origins of Urban Renewal in Singapore: A Transnational History
Stephen Dobbs and Kah Seng Loh

Mao’s Steeltown: Industrial City, Colonial Legacies, and Local Political Economy in Early Communist China
Koji Hirata

Little Arabia: A California Ethnoanchor
Noah Allison

“Here We Go Again”: Race and Redevelopment in Downtown Richmond, Virginia, 1977–Present
Marvin T. Chiles

Dividing the City: Race-Restrictive Covenants and the Architecture of Segregation in St. Louis
Colin Gordon

Nearly Got Shot Dead, and He Didn’t Get His Little Check Yet: Workers, Crime, and Law and Order in New York City, 1962–1970
Glenn Dyer

“And How Pretty They Are!”: Lawn Tennis, Tourism, and Gender Relations at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, 1880s–1920s
Robert J. Lake

Review Essays

Cities as Settings: The Civil War Era in the Urban South
Frank Towers

The Significance of the Crabgrass Frontier in American Urban History
Tim Keogh

Identity Construction and Placemaking through Literature and Festivalization in Secondary Cities
Alexander Vari

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