Urban History
vol. [1], 1974 – vol. 29, 2002

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Urban History Yearbook [1], 1974
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Urban History Yearbook [2], 1975
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, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook , p.
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Urban History Yearbook [3], 1976
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Urban History Yearbook [4], 1977
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, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook , p.
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   Reviews of Books, p.

Urban History Yearbook [5], 1978
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, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook , p.
, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook , p.
, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook , p.
   Reviews of Books, p.

Urban History Yearbook [6], 1979
David REEDER, H.J. Dyos: an appreciation [Obituary], in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 4
Harold CARTER, The Map in Urban History, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 11
Derek FRASER, Politics and the Victorian City, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 32
S.H. RIGBY, Urban Decline in the Later Middle Ages, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 46
Alan DYER, Growth and Decay in English Towns 1500-1700, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 60
C.V. PHYTHIAN-ADAMS, Dr. Dyer's Urban Undulations, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 73
R.G. RODGER, The Law and urban Change, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 77
George GORDON, Rateable Assessment as a Data Source for Status Area Analysis, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 92
G. DAVISON, Australian Urban History: a progress report, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 100
Derek FRASER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 110
Peter CLARK, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 120
   Reviews of Books, p. 131
   Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 184
    Register of Research in Urban History, in: Urban History Yearbook 1979, p. 225

Urban History Yearbook [7], 1980
S.G. CHECKLAND, The urban historian and the political will, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 5
Daniel ROCHE, Urban history in France, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 12
Oliver ZUNZ, Residential segregation in the American metropolis, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 23
Lynn Hollen LEES, The study of social conflict in English industrial towns, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 34
Robert LEWIS, Seaside holiday resorts in the United States and Britain, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 44
Bill LUCKIN, Death and survival in the city, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 53
Shun-ichi WATANABE, Planning history in Japan, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 63
Susan REYNOLDS, Decline and decay in late medieval towns, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 76
Philippa GLANVILLE, The topography of seventeenth-century London, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 79
Geoffrey GREEN, Title deeds: a key to local housing markets, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 84
Martin DAUNTON, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 92
David CANNADINE, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 102
   Reviews of Books, p. 113
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 180
Joyce ELLIS, Register of research in urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1980, p. 219

Urban History Yearbook [8], 1981
Richard DENNIS; Stephen DANIELS, 'Community' and the social geography of Victorian cities, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 7
Hartmut KAELBLE, Social mobility in America and Europe: a comparison of nineteenth-century cities, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 24
Jürgen REULECKE; Gerhard HUCK, Urban history research in Germany: its development and present condition, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 39
Peter BURKE, The early modern town – its history and historians: a review article, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 55
Maurice BERESFORD, English medieval boroughs: a hand-list: revisions, 1973-81, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 59
Lempi Borg WIK; Thomas HALL, Urban history atlases: a survey of recent publications, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 66
Narayani GUPTA, Twelve years on: urban history in India, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 76
Robert THORNE, New perspectives on English architectural history: a review of recent writing, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 80
Martin DAUNTON, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 90
David CANNADINE, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 105
Joyce ELLIS, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 118
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1981, p. 123
   Reviews of Books, p. 174

Urban History Yearbook [9], 1982
Rodney HILTON, Towns in societies – medieval England, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 7
Susan REYNOLDS, Medieval urban history and the history of political thought, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 14
Nigel GOOSE, English pre-industrial urban economies, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 27
Kevin GRADY, The records of the Charity Commissions: a source for urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 31
E.P. HENNOCK, Central/local government relations in England: an outline 1800-1950, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 38
Martin DAUNTON, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 50
David CANNADINE, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 63
Joyce ELLIS, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 72
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1982, p. 79
   Reviews of Books, p. 135

Urban History Yearbook [10], 1983
A.D. KING, 'The world economy is everywhere': urban history and the world system, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 7
Raymond A. MOHL, The new urban history and its alternatives: some reflections o recent U.S. scholarship on the twentieth-century city, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 19
R.J. MORRIS, Property titles and the use of British urban poll books for social analysis, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 29
N.J. ALLDRIDGE, House and household in Restoration Chester, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 39
Elizabeth BLOOMFIELD, Community, ethos and the local initiative in urban economci growth: review of a theme in Canadian urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 53
Martin DAUNTON, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 73
David CANNADINE, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 91
Joyce ELLIS, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 103
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1983, p. 110
   Reviews of Books, p. 162

Urban History Yearbook [11], 1984
George GORDON, The shaping of urban morphology, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 1
Derek KEENE, A new study of London before the Great Fire, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 11
P.J. CORFIELD; Serena KELLY, 'Giving directions to the town': the early town directories, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 22
Gareth SHAW, Directories as sources in urban history: a review of British and Canadian material, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 36
S.H. RIGBY, Urban decline in the later middle ages: the reliability of the non-statistical evidence, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 45
D.A. HAMER, Urban history in Australasia: New Zealand urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 61
Max KELLY, Urban history in Australasia: Urban history goes social: some recent work in Australia, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 68
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 81
Richard TRAINOR, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 96
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 110
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1984, p. 118
   Reviews of Books, p. 169

Urban History Yearbook [12], 1985
Richard TRAINOR, Urban elites in Victorian Britain, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 1
G.H. PIRIE, South African urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 18
S.J. WRIGHT, Easter Books and Parish Rate Books: a new source for the urban historian, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 30
G.G. ASTILL, Archaeology and the smaller medieval town, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 46
Lila LEONTIDOU, Land allocation and social transformation in inter-war Athens: a study in peripheral urbanization, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 54
Peter CLARK, International urban history at Leicester, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 74
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 77
Richard TRAINOR, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 108
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 128
Diana DIXON; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1985, p. 131
   Reviews of Books, p. 173

Urban History Yearbook [13], 1986
Jeremy BOULTON, Residential mobility in seventeenth-century Southwark, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 1
Michael BERLIN, Civic ceremony in early modern London, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 15
R.S. SINDALL, The criminal statistics of nineteenth-century cities: a new approach, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 28
S.J. STEVENSON, The 'habitual criminal' in nineteenth-century England: some observations on the figures, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 37
Mary E. DALY, Irish urban history: a survey, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 61
Andrew SAINT, The LCC centenary history project: an experiment in collaborative history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 73
Kevin BALES, Reclaiming antique data: Charles Booth's poverty survey, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 75
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 81
Richard TRAINOR, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 107
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 124
Diana DIXON; Nick WILSON, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1986, p. 132
   Reviews of Books, p. 169

Urban History Yearbook [14], 1987
M. NOBLE, Growth and development in a regional urban system: the country towns of eastern Yorkshire, 1700-1850, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 1
Studying the middle class in nineteenth-century urban Britain
Peter JONES, Perspective, sources and methodology in a comparative study of the middle class in nineteenth-century Leicester and Peterborough, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 22
Stana NANADIC, Record linkage and the exploration of nineteenth-century social groups: a methodological perspective on the Glasgow middle class in 1861, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 32
Philip HILLS, Division and cohesion in the nineteenth-century middle class: the case of Ipswich, 1830-1870, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 42
Stephen J. PAGE, A new source for the historian of urban poverty: a note on the use of charity records in Leicester, 1904-29, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 51
David D. BUCK, The study of urban history in the People's Republic of China, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 61
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 76
Richard TRAINOR, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 109
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 125
Nicholas WILSON, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1987, p. 135
   Reviews of Books, p. 176

Urban History Yearbook [15], 1988
Callum G. BROWN, Did urbanization secularize Britain?, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 1
Elizabeth RUTLEDGE, Immigration and population growth in early fourteenth-century Norwich: evidence from the tithing roll, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 15
Elizabeth BAIGENT, Assessed taxes as sources for the study of urban weath: Bristol in the later eighteenth century, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 31
Richard RODGER; Jennifer NEWMAN, Property transfers and the Register of Sasines: urban development in Scotland since 1617, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 49
A.J. VICKERY, Town histories and Victorian plaudits: some examples from Preston, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 58
Jan Eivind MYHRE, Nordic urban history and urban historians in the last decade, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 65
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 78
R. Malcolm HOGG; Peter BORSAY; Richard TRAINOR, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 89
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 109
Diana DIXON; Nicholas WILSON, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1988, p. 118
   Reviews of Books, p. 171

Urban History Yearbook [16], 1989
D.I. GREENSTEIN, Politics and the urban process: the case of Philadelphia, 1800-54, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 1
M.D. REILLY, Urban electric railway management and operation in Britain and America, 1900-14, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 22
Sally-Beth MACLEAN, Drama and ceremony in early modern England: the REED project, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 38
james ALEXANDER, The economic structure of the City of London at the end of the seventeenth century, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 47
Dennis MILLS; Joan MILLS, Occupation and social stratification revisited: the census enumerators' books in Victorian Britain, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 63
Herman DIEDERIKS, Economic decline and the urban elite in eighteenth-century Dutch towns: a review essay, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 78
Carl STRIKWERDA, The paradoxes of urbanization: Belgian socialism and society in the belle époque, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 82
Richard RODGER, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 97
Peter BORSAY; Bill LUCKIN; Malcolm HOGG, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 136
David REEDER, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 167
   Reviews of Books, p. 186
Diana DIXON; Pierre COSTA; Nigel GOOSE; Nicholas WILSON, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 1989, p. 244

Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990
J.C. ROBERTSON, Moving on from holes and corners: recent currents in urban archaeology, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 1
S.J. WRIGHT, Sojourners and lodgers in a provincial town: the evidence from 18th century Ludlow, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 14
P.J. ATKINS, The spatial configuration of class solidarity in London' west end 1792-1939, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 36
Alan MAYNE, Representing the slum, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 66
Helen MELLER, Planning theory and women's role in the city, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 85
R.J. MORRIS, Externalities, the market, power structures and the urban agenda, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 99
Peter FEARON, Urban strife in twentieth-century America [Review Essay], in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 110
Aubrey NEWMAN, Mapping the metropolis: London [Review Essay], in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 122
Rick TRAINOR, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 126
Bill LUCKIN; Peter BORSAY; Malcolm HOGG, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 138
David REEDER; Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 173
   Reviews of Books, p. 190
Diana DIXON; Nigel GOOSE; Pierre COSTA, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 17, 1990, p. 264

Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991
A.D. MILLS, Chester ceremonial: re-creation and recreation in an English 'medieval' town, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 1
Julia MERRITT, The social context of the parish church in early modern Westminster, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 20
Peter BORSAY, History or heritage: perceptions of the urban past, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 32
American Urban History
Carl ABBOTT, International cities in the dual systems model: the transformations of Los Angeles and Washington, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 41
Andrea Tuttle KORNBLUH, City sex: views of Amrican women and urban culture, 1869 to 1990, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 60
Josef W. KONVITZ, Forming urban culture: environmental perception and design in nineteenth-century America, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 84
Mel HOLLI, Pieces of the puzzle: Chicago in fragments [Review Essay], in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 95
Peter LING, Gemeinschaft into ghetto: black communities and white urban America [Review Essay], in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 106
Rick TRAINOR, Conference reports, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 113
Joyce ELLIS; Bill LUCKIN; Malcolm HOGG, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 127
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 153
   Reviews of Books, p. 173
Nigel GOOSE; Pierre COSTA; Barry HAYNES; David REEDER, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History Yearbook 18, 1991, p. 213

Urban History 19, 1992
Richard RODGER, Urban History: prospect and retrospect, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 1
David A. REEDER, Schooling in the city: educational history and the urban variable, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 23
Roderick J. LAWRENCE, Integrating architectural, social and housing history, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 39
Jeanne Catherine LAWRENCE, Geographical space, social space and the realm of the department store, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 64
Partho DATTA, Celebrating Calcutta [Review Essay], in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 84
Joyce ELLIS; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 99
Rick TRAINOR, Conference reports, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 124
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 130
   Reviews of Books, p. 146
Christopher DYER, Small-town conflict in the later Middle Ages: events at Shipston-on-Stour, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 183
Dennis SMITH, Paternalism, craft and organizational rationality, 1830-1930: an exploratory model, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 211
Robert A. BURNHAM, Planning versus administration: the Independent City Planning Commission in Cincinnati, 1918-1940, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 229
Mary E. FISSELL, Health in the city: putting together the pieces [Review Essay], in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 251
Rosica PANOVA; Raina GAVRILOVA, Bulgarian urban historiography [Review Essay], in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 257
Rick TRAINOR, Conference reports, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 269
   Reviews of Books, p. 275
Nigel GOOSE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 19, 1992, p. 316
   Index of towns, p. 403

Urban History 20, 1993
David POSTLES, An English small town in the later Middle Ages: Loughborough, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 7
James S. AMELANG, Vox populi: popular autobiographies in early modern urban history, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 30
Keith LAYBOURN, The Guild of Help and the changing face of Edwardian philanthrophy, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 43
Mike SAVAGE, Urban history and the social class: two paradigms, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 61
Peter MCCAFFERY, Ethnicity and the American city [Review Essay], in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 78
Gervase ROSSER; Joyce ELLIS; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 84
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 114
   Reviews of Books, p. 133
Bill LUCKIN, Accidents, disasters and cities, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 177
Jeremy BOULTON, Clandestine marriages in London. an examination of a neglected urban variable, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 191
John SCOFIELD, The capital rediscovered: archaeology in the City of London, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 211
Vanessa HARDING, Communicating London's early history, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 225
   Reviews of Books, p. 233
Nigel GOOSE; Pierre COSTA; Neil RAVEN, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 20, 1993, p. 266
   Index of towns, p. 343

Urban History 21, 1994
Lynn Hollen LEES, The challenge of political change: urban history in the 1990s, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 7
David GARRIOCH, House names, shop signs and social organization in western European cities, 1500-1900, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 20
Kiri KAFKOULA, In search of urban reform: co-operative housing in inter-war Athens, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 49
Renu THAKUR, Urban hierarchies, typologies and classification in early medieval India, c. 750-1200, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 61
Pamela SHARPE, De-industrialization and re-industrialization: women's employment and the changing character of Colchester, 1700-1850, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 77
Gervase ROSSER; Joyce ELLIS; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 97
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 132
   Reviews of Books, p. 151
Richard BRITNELL, The Black Death in English towns, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 195
Margot FINN, Debt and credit in Bath's court of requests, 1829-39, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 211
Michael SIGSWORTH; Michael WARBOYS, The public's view of public health in mid-Victorian Britain, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 237
Philippa Mein SMITH; Lionel FROST, Suburbia and infant death in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Adelaide [Dyos prize 1993], in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 251
Nigel GOOSE, Urban demography in pre-industrial England: what is to be done?, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 273
   Reviews of Books, p. 285
Nigel GOOSE; Isabelle BACKOUCHE; Neil RAVEN, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 21, 1994, p. 319
   Index of towns, p. 382

Urban History 22, 1995
Elizabeth RUTLEDGE, Landlords and tenants: housing and the rented property market in early fourteenth-century Norwich, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 7
Shani d'CRUZE; Jean TURNBULL, Fellowship and family: oddfellows' lodges in Preston and Lancaster, c. 1830-c. 1890, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 25
Jim YELLING, Public policy, urban renewal and property ownership, 1945-55, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 48
Helen MELLER, urban renewal and citizenship: the quality of life in British cities, 1890-1990, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 63
Gareth SHAW; Tim COLES, European directories: a universal source for urban historians, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 85
David REEDER, Conference report, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 103
Gervase ROSSER;Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 107
   Reviews of Books, p. 139
Art and the City
Stana NENADIC, Introduction: art and the city, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 175
Malcolm GEE; Jill STEWARD, Art and the modern European city: survey and conference report, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 181
Jesús-Pedro LORENTE, Galleries of modern art in nineteenth-century Paris and London: their location and urban influence, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 187
Nick PRIOR, Edinburgh, Romanticism and the National Gallery of Scotland, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 205
Dorothy ROWE, Georg Simmel and the Berlin Trade Exhibition of 1896, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 216
Roy HARTNELL, Art and civic culture in Birmingham in the late nineteenth century, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 229
Malcolm MILES, Art and urban regeneration, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 238
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 253
Barry DOYLE, Conference report, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 272
   Reviews of Books, p. 276
   Herman Diederiks (1937-95) [Obituary], in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 315
   List of books received, p. 316
   Abstracts of articles, p. 317
Stephen HIPKIN, Closing ranks: oligarchy and government at Rye, 1570-1640, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 319
David VINCENT, Secrecy and the city, 1870-1939, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 341
Martin POWELL, Did politics matter? Municipal public health expenditure in the 1930s, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 360
Alan MAYNE, A barefoot childhood: so what? Imagining slums and reading neighbourhoods, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 380
David ENGLANDER, Urban history or urban historicism: which? A response to Alan Mayne, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 390
   Reviews of Books, p. 392
David REEDER, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 22, 1995, p. 415
   Index of towns, p. 481

Urban History 23, 1996
Gervase ROSSER, Myth, image and social process in the English medieval town, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 5
Jon STOBART, An eighteenth-century revolution? Urban growth in north-west England, 1664-1801, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 26
Andrew BROWN-MAY, A charitable indulgence: street stalls and the transformation of public space in Melbourne, c. 1850-1920 [Dyos Prize], in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 48
Christopher R. FRIEDRICHS, German cities in the late early modern era: some problems and prospects, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 72
Richard RODGER, 'Historiens du dimanche' [Review Essay], in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 86
Gareth SHAW; Tim COLES, Conference report, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 90
Gervase ROSSER; Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 93
   Reviews of Books, p. 122
Helen HILLS, Mapping the early modern city, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 145
Rosemary SWEET, The production of urban histories in eighteenth-century England, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 171
John SHEAIL, Town wastes, agricultural sustainability and Victorian sewage, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 189
James BORCHERT, Cities in the suburbs: heterogenous communities on the US urban fringe, 1920-60, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 211
Stana NENADIC, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 228
Alan MAYNE, Conference report, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 247
   Reviews of Books, p. 250
Harry S.J. JANSEN, Wrestling with the angel: problems of definition in urban historiography, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 277
Martha HOWELL; Marc BOONE, Becoming early modern in the late medieval Low Countries, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 300
J.C. ROBERTSON, Reckoning with London: interpreting the Bills of Mortality before John Graunt, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 325
D. SIM, The Scottish house factoring profession, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 351
Callum G. BROWN, Religion in thecity [Review Essay], in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 372
Lars NILSSON, 'Sunday historians' and local history, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 380
   Reviews of Books, p. 383
Isabelle BACKOUCHE; Lucy FAIRE; Neil WOOD, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 23, 1996, p. 402
   Index of towns, p. 444

Urban History 24, 1997
Lionel FROST, Coping in their own way: Asian cities and the problem of fires, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 5
Geoffrey CLARK, Life insurance in the society and culture of London, 1700-75, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 17
Bill LUCKIN; Graham MOONEY, Urban history and historical epidemiology: the case of London, 1860-1920, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 37
John WELSHMAN, Eugenics and public health in Britain, 1900-40: scenes from provincial life, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 56
Gervase ROSSER; Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 76
   Reviews of Books, p. 106
Isabel del VAL VALDIVIESO, Urban growth and royal interventionism in late medieval Castille, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 129
Renu THAKUR, Segregation of artisans in early medieval India: Mohammad Habib's thesis reconsidered, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 141
Colin G. POOLEY; Jean TURNBULL, Changing home and workplacei n Victorian London: the life of Henry Jaques, shirtmaker, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 148
Barry M. DOYLE, The structure of elite power in the early twentieth-century city: Norwich, 1900-35, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 179
John D. FAIRFIELD, Democracy in Cincinnati: civic virtue and three generations of urban historians, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 200
Annette O'CARROLL, Tenements to bungalows: class the the growth of home ownership before the Second World War, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 221
Barry M. DOYLE, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 242
   Reviews of Books, p. 256
Robert TITTLER, Reformation, civic culture and collective memory in English provincial towns, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 283
Michael POWER, Councillors and commerce in Liverpool, 1650-1750, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 301
Simon HEAP, 'Jaguda boys': pickpocketing in Ibadan, 1930-50, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 324
David SCHUYLER, The new urbanism and the modern metropolis [Review Essay], in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 344
Alan MAYNE, Conference report, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 359
   Reviews of Books, p. 363
Isabelle BACKOUCHE; Lucy FAIRE; Neil WOOD; Claire FOGG, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 24, 1997, p. 388
   Index of towns, p. 442

Urban History 25, 1998
Jon STOBART, Shopping streets as social space: consumerism, improvement and leisure in an eighteenth-century country town, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 3
Pedro FRAILE, Putting order into the cities: the evolution of 'policy science' in eighteenth-century Spain, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 22
Vivian BICKFORD-SMITH, Representing Cape Town on the eve of apartheid, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 36
Mingzheng SHI, Rebuilding the Chinese capital: Beijing in the early twentieth century, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 60
Gervase ROSSER; Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History25, 1998 , p. 82
   Reviews of Books, p. 108
W.R. LEE, The socio-economic and demographic characteristics of port cities: a typology for comparative analysis?, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 147
Gabrielle DORREN, Communities within the community: aspects of neighbourhood in seventeenth-century Haarlem, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 173
Juan F. Remón MENÉDEZ, Nature and the city: the Parque del Oeste and the exapnsion of nineteenth-century Madrid, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 189
Bozidar JEZERNIK, Western perceptions of Turkish towns in the Balkans, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 211
Robert TITTLER, Capitalism and culture: the functions of the European city [Review Essay], in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 231
Finn-Einar ELIASSEN; Katalin SZENDE, The Norwegian urban tradition in a European context [Conference Report], in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 237
Chris WILLIAMS; Tim WILLIS, Urban governance, its changing style, authority and legitimacy [Conference Report], in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 240
Barry DOYLE, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 244
   Reviews of Books, p. 258
R.J. MORRIS, Civil society and the nature of urbanism: Britain, 1750-1850, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 289
Martin GORSKY, Mutual aid and civil society: friendly societies in nineteenth-century Bristol [Dyos Prize], in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 302
Irene MAVER, Glasgow's public parks and the community, 1850-1914: a case study in Scottish civic interventionism, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 323
Graeme MORTON, Civil society, municipal government and the state: enshrinement, empowerment and legitimacy: Scotland 1800-1929, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 348
David REEDER, The industrial city in Britain: urban biography in the modern style [Review Essay], in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 368
   Reviews of Books, p. 379
Chris WILLIAMS; Isabelle BACKOUCHE; Claire FOGG, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 25, 1998, p. 405
   Index of towns, p. 444

Urban History 26, 1999
Ruth WATSON, 'Ibadan – a model of historical facts': militarism and civic culture in a Yoruba city, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 5
Tim MELDRUM, Domestic service, privacy and the eighteenth-century metropolitan household, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 27
Steve POOLE, 'Till our liberties be secure': popular sovereignty and public space in Bristol, 1750-1850, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 40
Michèle DAGENAIS, Political dimensions to leisure and culture acitivites in Canadian cities, 1880-1940, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 55
Brad BEAVEN; John GRIFFITHS, The blitz, civilian morale and the city: mass-observation and working-class culture in Britain, 1940-41, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 71
Harold L. PLATT, The emergence of urban environmental history [Review Essay], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 89
Ben SCHRADER, The twentieth-century urban planning experience [Conference Report], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 96
Penelope CORFIELD, Urban history outreach – Swedish style [Conference Report], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 98
Gervase ROSSER; Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 102
   Reviews of Books, p. 129
José Antonio Mateos ROYO, All the town is a stage: civic and religious festivals in Spain during the golden age, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 165
Spencer JORDAN; Peter WARDLEY; Matthew WOOLLARD, Emerging modernity in an urban setting: nineteenth-century Bristol revealed in property surveys, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 190
Robert GRAY; Donna LOFTUS, Industrial regulation, urban space and boundaries of the workplace: mid-Victorian Nottingham, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 211
J.W.R. WHITEHAND; Christine M.H. CARR, Morphological periods, planning and reality: the case of England's inter-war suburbs, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 230
Kenneth STUNKEL, Lewis Mumford's idea of community in an urban world [Review Essay], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 249
Shani d'CRUZE, Imperfect workers – imperfect answers: recent publications on the history of women and work [Review Essay], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 257
Louise MISKELL, The Scottish city: changing identities [Conference Report], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 268
Lucy FAIRE; Phil JONES, Conflicts of interest: boundaries, identities and urban space since 1750 [Conference Report], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 270
Barry DOYLE, Research in urban history: a review of recent theses, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 273
   Reviews of Books, p. 289
Alan MAYNE; Susan LAWRENCE, Ethnographies of place: a new urban history research agenda, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 325
David SUNDERLAND, 'A monument to defective administration'? The London Commissions of Sewers in the early nineteenth century, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 349
Takashi HIRANO, Retailing in urban Japan, c. 1868-1945, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 373
John FOOT, From boomtown to bribesville: the images of the city, Milan 1980-97 [Dyos Prize], in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 393
   Reviews of Books, p. 413
John SMITH; Isabelle BACKOUCHE, Current bibliography of urban history, in: Urban History 26, 1999, p. 441
   Index of towns, p. 488

Urban History 27, 2000

Urban History 28, 2001
Spencer DIMMOCK, English small towns and the emergence of capitalist relations, c. 1450-1550, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 5
Mark MCCARTHY, The forging of an Atlantic port city: socio-economic and physical transformation in Cork, 1660-1760, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 25
Peter SHAPELY, Urban charity, class relations and social cohesion: charitable responses to the Cotton Famine, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 46
Alan G.V. SIMMONDS, Conservative governments and the new town housing question in the 1950s, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 65
Arturo ALMANDOZ, The intelligentia's two visions of urban modernity: Gómez's Caracas, 1908-35, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p.
Gervase ROSSER; Mark JENNER; Bill LUCKIN, Review of periodical articles, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 106
    Book Reviews, p. 133
Derek KEENE, Issues of water in medieval London to c. 1300, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 161
Patrick BOUCHERON, Water and power in Milan, c. 1200-1500, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 180
Lance van SITTERT, 'Velddrift': the making of a South African company town, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 194
J.W.R. WHITEHAND; Christine M.H. CARR, The creators of England's inter-war suburbs, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 218
Sandip HAZAREESINGH, Colonial modernism and the flawed paradigms of urban renewal: uneven development in Bombay, 1900-25, in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 235
Charles PHYTHIAN-ADAMS, 'Small-scale Toy-towns and Trumptons'? Urbanizations in Britain and the new Cambridge Urban History [Review Essay], in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 256
Helen MELLER, From Dyos to Daunton: The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, vol. III[Review Essay], in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 269
Michael DERHAM, How green was my valley? Urban history in Latin America [Review Essay], in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 278
Barry DOYLE, Research in urban history [Review Essay], in:Urban History 28, 2001, p. 292
   Reviews of Books, p. 303

Urban History 29, 2002

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