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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Latest articles

Volume 41 (5)

Rethinking Urban America through the Lens of the Carceral State
Thompson, H. A., Murch, D., vol. 41 (5): 751-755
Welfare Crises, Penal Solutions, and the Origins of the "Welfare Queen"
Kohler-Hausmann, J., vol. 41 (5): 756-771
Between a Rock and Hard Place: Delaware Prison Reform and the Urban Landscape, 1961-1977
Williams, Y., vol. 41 (5): 772-786
Pushers, Victims, and the Lost Innocence of White Suburbia: California's War on Narcotics during the 1950s
Lassiter, M. D., vol. 41 (5): 787-807
Creating Crime: The Rise and Impact of National Juvenile Delinquency Programs in Black Urban Neighborhoods
Hinton, E., vol. 41 (5): 808-824
The Law and Order Origins of Urban Gay Politics
Stewart-Winter, T., vol. 41 (5): 825-835
Cell Taught, Self Taught: The Chicano Movement Behind Bars - Urban Chicanos, Rural Prisons, and the Prisoners' Rights Movement
Chase, R. T., vol. 41 (5): 836-861
Suburban Land Development in Antebellum Boston
Karr, R. D., vol. 41 (5): 862-880
"Everywhere Is Taksim": The Politics of Public Space from Nation-Building to Neoliberal Islamism and Beyond
Batuman, B., vol. 41 (5): 881-907
The Modern Vernacular Reassessed: The Socioarchitectural Origin of the Taipei Walkup Apartments
Lin, J.-A., Chen, L.-C., vol. 41 (5): 908-926
"Closer to Heaven": Race and Diversity in Suburban America
Gottlieb, D., vol. 41 (5): 927-935
Ideas, Actors, Conflicts, and Contexts Matter: Postwar Planning in American Urban History
Grantmyre, L., vol. 41 (5): 936-942
Back to the Future: New Histories of New York in a New Age of Inequality
Juravich, N., vol. 41 (5): 943-950

Volume 41 (4)

Amsterdam, D., vol. 41 (4): 559-560
From Urban as Site to Urban as Place: Reflections on (Almost) a Half-Century of U.S. Urban History
Katz, M. B., vol. 41 (4): 560-566
Urban History and the Construction of Social Difference
Fernandez, L., vol. 41 (4): 566-571
Michael Katz on Place and Space in Urban History
Gilfoyle, T. J., vol. 41 (4): 572-584
Notes on a Desegregated Method: Learning from Michael Katz and Others
Connolly, N. D. B., vol. 41 (4): 584-591
Michael B. Katz's "From Site to Place" and Urban History in Europe and Beyond
Lees, L. H., vol. 41 (4): 592-595
Comment on Michael B. Katz, "From Urban as Site to Urban as Place: Reflections on (Almost) a Half Century of U.S. Urban History"
Frisch, M., vol. 41 (4): 595-599