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.

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Volume 40 (3)

The Place of the City: Collaborative Learning, Urban History, and Transformations in Higher Education
Meringolo, D. D., vol. 40 (3): 419-424
Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore: Seeing the Connections of Research, Teaching, and Service as Justice
King, P. N., vol. 40 (3): 425-449
Experiencing the City: Experiential Learning in Urban Environments
Henthorn, T. C., vol. 40 (3): 450-461
Engaging the Neighborhood: The East Rogers Park Neighborhood History Project and the Possibilities and Challenges of Community-Based Initiatives
Mooney-Melvin, P., vol. 40 (3): 462-478
Cracks in the Granite: Paternal Care, the Imperial Facade, and the Limits of Authority in the 1824 St. Petersburg Flood
Dills, R., vol. 40 (3): 479-496
Peruvians in Paterson: The Growth and Establishment of a Peruvian American Community within the Multiethnic Immigrant History of Paterson, New Jersey
Francesco, M. G., vol. 40 (3): 497-513
The Racial Politics of Place: Jim Crow, the New Deal, and Suburban Housing on the Virginia Peninsula
Carroll, F., vol. 40 (3): 514-535
Italian American and African American Encounters in the City and in the Suburb
Carnevale, N. C., vol. 40 (3): 536-562
The Road to Upward Mobility: Urbanity and the Creation of a New Middle Class in Postwar West Germany
Staub, A., vol. 40 (3): 563-584
Oswald Nagler, HURPI, and the Formation of Urban Planning and Design in South Korea: The South Seoul Plan by HURPI and the Mok-dong Plan
Jung, S., vol. 40 (3): 585-605
Making New York New: The Modernization of Manhattan and Its Discontents
Britton, J. A., vol. 40 (3): 606-612
Green Cities, the Search for Sustainability, and Urban Environmental History
Wells, C. W., vol. 40 (3): 613-620
"Martial Metropolises": The Impact of World War II on U.S. Cities
Stur, H. M., vol. 40 (3): 621-626

Volume 40 (2)

The Making of a Gecekondulu Identity: Journalistic Representations of the Squatters in Turkey in the 1970s
Avci, O., vol. 40 (2): 211-231
Neither Welcomed, Nor Refused: Race and Restaurants in Postwar New York City
Jou, C., vol. 40 (2): 232-251
The "Silent Majority" in Black and White: Invisibility and Imprecision in the Historiography of Mass Incarceration
Fortner, M. J., vol. 40 (2): 252-282
Privatization, Devolution, and Jimmy Carter's National Urban Policy
Neumann, T., vol. 40 (2): 283-300
Space of Power and Power of Space: Islam and Conflict over Cemetery Space in Colonial Ibadan
Onwuzuruigbo, I., vol. 40 (2): 301-317
State Impediments to Transit-Centered Planning in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1916-1928
Moore, K. W., vol. 40 (2): 318-344
Bringing Good Food In: A History of New York City's Greenmarket Program
Kornfeld, D., vol. 40 (2): 345-356