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 41 (1)

Coordinator's Introduction to the Forum
Muller, E. K., vol. 41 (1): 3-5
Selling Pittsburgh as America's Renaissance City
Grantmyre, L., vol. 41 (1): 5-13
Fantasy Meets Reality: The Pittsburgh Renaissance and Urban Utopias
Isaacson, M. P., vol. 41 (1): 13-19
Health and Renaissance: Academic Medicine and the Remaking of Modern Pittsburgh
Simpson, A. T., vol. 41 (1): 19-27
"Live on the Hills and Work in the City": Rise and Fall of Renaissance in Pittsburgh's Regional Hinterland
Dieterich-Ward, A., vol. 41 (1): 28-34
Decline Is Renewal
Vitale, P., vol. 41 (1): 34-39
Renaissance and Retrenchment in the 1970s
Neumann, T., vol. 41 (1): 39-43
Comments on Pittsburgh Renaissance
Teaford, J. C., vol. 41 (1): 44-46
Making Do, Making Home: Borders and the Worlds of Chinatown and Sonoratown in Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles
Quintana, I. S. L., vol. 41 (1): 47-74
The Securitization of Security: Reorganization of Land, Military, and State in the Pentagon's Backyard
Hill, T., vol. 41 (1): 75-92
Revolutionizing the Tragic City: Rebuilding Chimbote, Peru, after the 1970 Earthquake
Clarke, N., vol. 41 (1): 93-115
"They Shall Not Pass": Opposition to Public Leisure and State Park Planning in Connecticut and on Long Island
Schlichting, K. M., vol. 41 (1): 116-142
Making Urban Citizens: Civility and Civic Virtue in the Modern Metropolis
Lombardo, T. J., vol. 41 (1): 143-151
The Mental and Physical Topographies of Rome
Nussdorfer, L., vol. 41 (1): 152-156
The City as Stage: Performance, Identity, and Cultural Democracy
Hawkins, R., vol. 41 (1): 157-164
Globalization and Urbanization in East Asia since the Middle Ages
Silver, C., vol. 41 (1): 165-170
Beyond Smog, Sprawl, and Asphalt: Developments in the Not-So-New Suburban History
Nickerson, M., vol. 41 (1): 171-180

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