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 40 (6)

Outside the World of Tomorrow: New York Labor and the Public Sphere in the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair
London, D. H., vol. 40 (6): 1011-1027
Impacts of Seaplanes and Seaports on the Perception and Conception of the Modern City: The Case of Istanbul
Zelef, M. H., vol. 40 (6): 1028-1053
Assessing the Impact of the Inner Belt: MIT, Highways, and Housing in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Moss, H., Zhang, Y., Anderson, A., vol. 40 (6): 1054-1078
The Great Chicago Waiters' Strike: Producing Urban Space, Organizing Labor, Challenging Racial Divides in 1890s Chicago
Garb, M., vol. 40 (6): 1079-1098
The National Federation of Town Planning and Housing, 1939-1954: A Network for Town Planners and Architects in Franco's Spain
Garcia Gonzalez, M. C., Guerrero, S., vol. 40 (6): 1099-1122
The Best as Enemy of the Good: The Port Authority's 4th Jetport, Lindenthal's Massive Span over the Hudson, and the George Washington Bridge
Doig, J. W., vol. 40 (6): 1123-1137
The Lindsay Administration and the Sanitation Crisis of New York City, 1966-1973
Chronopoulos, T., vol. 40 (6): 1138-1154
History in a Time of Gentrification
Musgrove, G. D., vol. 40 (6): 1155-1160
Global Elites' Power Over Urban Space: The Long History and Bleak Future of Segregating and Selling the City
McCammack, B., vol. 40 (6): 1161-1167
Debating the Long Civil Rights Movement: Exploring Multiracial Alliances and Disputes
Tilghman, J. R., vol. 40 (6): 1168-1173
Cities Compared: Europe and North America in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Lees, A., vol. 40 (6): 1174-1180
Enacting Asian Urbanism
Lu, D., vol. 40 (6): 1181-1187

Volume 40 (5)

Revisiting the Urban Interstates: Politics, Policy, and Culture since World War II
Biles, R., Mohl, R. A., Rose, M. H., vol. 40 (5): 827-830
L.A.'s Invisible Freeway Revolt: The Cultural Politics of Fighting Freeways
Avila, E., vol. 40 (5): 831-842
Expressways before the Interstates: The Case of Detroit, 1945-1956
Biles, R., vol. 40 (5): 843-854
Realignment: Highways and Livability Policy in the Post-Interstate Era, 1978-2013
Fein, M. R., vol. 40 (5): 855-869
Citizen Activism and Freeway Revolts in Memphis and Nashville: The Road to Litigation
Mohl, R. A., vol. 40 (5): 870-893
Acceptably Pleasing: The Urban Advisors and the Struggle to Improve Freeway Design
Muller, E. K., vol. 40 (5): 894-916
The Cotton Mill Village Turned City: A Retrospective Analysis of Three of Georgia's Smallest Cities
Wickersham, M. E., Yehl, R. P., vol. 40 (5): 917-932
The City and the City: Race, Nationalism, and Architecture in Early Twentieth-Century Bangkok
Chua, L., vol. 40 (5): 933-958