Journal of Urban History

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.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0096-1442
ISSN (online): 
1552-6771

Latest articles

Volume 42 (2)

Health Care and Urban Revitalization: A Historical Overview
Day, J. N., vol. 42 (2): 247-258
The Hospital City in an Ethnic Enclave: Tufts-New England Medical Center, Bostons Chinatown, and the Urban Political Economy of Health Care
McKee, G. A., vol. 42 (2): 259-283
"The University that Ate Birmingham": The Healthcare Industry, Urban Development, and Neoliberalism
Conner, C. A., vol. 42 (2): 284-305
"We Will Gladly Join You in Partnership in Harrisburg or We Will See You in Court": The Growth of Large Not-for-Profits and Consequences of the "Eds and Meds" Renaissance in the New Pittsburgh
Simpson, A. T., vol. 42 (2): 306-322
Building the World That Kills Us: The Politics of Lead, Science, and Polluted Homes, 1970 to 2000
Rosner, D., Markowitz, G., vol. 42 (2): 323-345
"Bringing DNA into the Neighborhood" in San Francisco: A Personal Recollection
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 346-358
Conflict or Collaboration: Academic Medical Centers and Their Communities, A Commentary
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 359-362
Reimagining a Community: Worker Protest and Illicit Artisans in Early Seventeenth-Century Norwich
McClendon, M. C., vol. 42 (2): 363-376
The City and Imperial Propaganda: A Comparative Study of Empire Day in England, Australia, and New Zealand c. 1903-1914
Beaven, B., Griffiths, J., vol. 42 (2): 377-395
Death and the City: Female Public Suicide and Meaningful Space in Modern Mexico City
Sloan, K. A., vol. 42 (2): 396-418
Stand Our Ground: The Street Justice of Urban American Riots, 1900 to 1968
Elkins, A., vol. 42 (2): 419-437
Real Estate and the City: Considering the History of Capitalism and Urban History
Glotzer, P., vol. 42 (2): 438-445
Urban History, the Slave Trade, and the Atlantic World 1500-1900
Edwards, E., vol. 42 (2): 446-450
Cities under Duress
Carroll, P. J., vol. 42 (2): 451-458

Volume 42 (1)

Introduction. Unmarried and Unknown: Urban Men and Women in the Low Countries Since the Early Modern Period
Devos, I., Schmidt, A., De Groot, J., vol. 42 (1): 3-20
Women Alone in Early Modern Dutch Towns: Opportunities and Strategies to Survive
Schmidt, A., van der Heijden, M., vol. 42 (1): 21-38
Rural Single Female Migrants in Early-Nineteenth-Century Bruges: An Exception to the Rules?
De Langhe, S., vol. 42 (1): 39-60
Alone and Far from Home: Gender and Migration Trajectories of Single Foreign Newcomers to Antwerp, 1850-1880
Greefs, H., Winter, A., vol. 42 (1): 61-80
Discourses versus Life Courses: Servants Extramarital Sexual Activities in Flanders during the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Matthys, C., vol. 42 (1): 81-100
Life and Death of Singles in Dutch Cities, 1850-1940
Kok, J., Mandemakers, K., vol. 42 (1): 101-120