Journal of Urban History
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Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74
Samuel P. HAYS, The Changing Political Structure of the City in Industrial America, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 6
Richard M. MORSE, Brazil's Urban Development: Colony and Empire, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 39
Charles STEPHENSON, Tracing Those Who Left: Mobility Studies and the Soundex Indexes to the U.S. Census, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 73
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Sam Bass Warner, Jr., in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 85
Dwight W. HOOVER, Review Essay: Surveying the American Urban Past, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 111
Ronald D. COHEN, Review Essay: Schooling in Early Nineteenth-Century Boston and New York, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 116
News and Notes, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 123
Hans BLUMENFELD, Continuity and Change in Urban Form, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 131
Richard M. BERNARD; Bradley R. RICE, Pdolitical Environment and the Adoption of Progessive Municipal Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 149
Carl ABBOTT, Popular Economic Thought and Occupational Structure: Three Middle Western Cities in the Antebellum Decade, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 175
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Stephan Thernstrom, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 189
Richard J. HOPKINS, Review Essay: Mobility and the New Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 217
Marvin B. BECKER, Review Essay: Violence in Medieval Italian Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 229
Richaqrd A. GOLDTHWAITE, Review Essay: Urban History and Italian Renaissance Sstudies, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 233
Gerald STRAUSS, Review Essay: Germans and Their Towns, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 238
David M. FAHEY, Review Essay: The Victorian City, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 243
Zane L. MILLER, Review Essay: Urban Blacks in the Post-Civil War South, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 247
News and Notes, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 252
Tamara K. HAREVEN, Introduction: The Historical Study of the Family in Urban Society, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 259
Darrett B. RUTMAN, People in Process: The New Hampshire Towns of the Eighteenth Century, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 268
Stuart M. BLUMIN, Rip Van Winkle's Grandchildren: Family and Household in the Hudson Valley, 1800-1860, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 293
Sally GRIFFEN; Glyde GRIFFEN, Family and Business in a Small City: Poughkeepsie, New York, 1850-1880, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 316
Laurence A. GLASCO, The Life Cycles and Household Structure of American Ethnic Groups: Irish, Germans, and Native-born Whites in Buffalo, New York, 1855, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 339
Tamarad K. HAREVEN, Family Time and Industrial Time: Family and Work in a Planned Corporation Town, 1900-1924, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 365
Leo F. SCHNORE, Urban History and the Social Sciences: An Uneasy Marriage, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 395
John B. SHARPLESS; Ray M. SHORTRIDGE, Biased Underenumeration in Census Manuscripts: Methodological Implications, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 409
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Eric E. Lampard, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 440
David D. BUCK, Review Essay: Tracing Hierarchical Systems of Cities in Pre-Modern History, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 473
James E. VANCE, Jr., Review Essay: Cities of External Trade in a Feudal Countryside, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 484
Paudl SLACK, Review Essay: Town and Country: The Provincial Perspective in English Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 489
JoEllen MCNERGNEY VINYARD, Review Essay: On the Fringe in Philadelphia, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 492
James F. RICHARDSON, Review Essay: The Violent City, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 498
News and Notes, in: Journal of Urban History 1, 1973/74, p. 502


Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75
Blaine BROWNELL , Introduction: Urban Themes in the American South, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 139
David R. GOLDFIELD , Urban-Rural Relations in the Old South:The Example of Virginia, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 146
Howard N. RABINOWITZ , From Reconstruction to Redemption in the Urban South, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 169
Keith L. BRYANT , Jr., Cathedrals, Castles, and Roman Baths: Railway Station Architecture in the Urban South, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 195
Dana F. WHITE ; Timothy J. CRIMMINS, Urban structure, Atlanta, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 231
Numan V. BARTLEY , Review Essay: The Limits of Urban Reform in the New South, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 253
Philip J. FUNIGIELLO , Review Essay: Urban Research, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 256
Edward PESSEN , The Social Configuration of the Antebellum City: An Historical and Theoretical Inquiry, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 267
Richard M. MORSE , The City-Idea in Argentina: A Study in Evanerscence, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 307
Paul GOODWIN ; Hugh M. HAMILL, Jr.; Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Richard M. Morse, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 331
Richard P. SCHAEDEL , Review Essay: The Native Ethic of Latin American Cities: Hope or Illusion?, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 357
Ralph E. LUKER , Review Essay: Religion and Social Control in the Nineteenth-Century American City, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 363
Carl ABBOTT , Review Essay: Building Urban-Industrial America, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 369
Harold T. PARKER , Review Essay: A Methodological Gem, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 373
Allen F. DAVIS , Review Essay: Jacob Riis and Urban Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 377
Richard W. HULL , Urban Design and Architecture in Precolonial Africa, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 387
Jon A. PETERSON , The City Beautiful Movement: Forgotten Origins and Lost Meanings, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 415
Roger D. SIMON , Housing and Services in an Immigrant Neighborhood: Milwaukee's Ward 14, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 435
Bruce M. STAVE , Interview: A Conversation with Blake McKelvey, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 459
Bainbridge COWELL , Jr., Review Essay: Model Building and Data Gathering in Latin American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 487
Ronald D. COHEN , Review Essay: Urban Schooling in the Gilded Age and After, in: Journal of Urban History 2, 1974/75, p. 499

Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77
Sam Bass WARNER, Jr.; Sylvia FLEISCH, The Past of Today's Present: A Social History of America's Metropolises 1960-1860, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 3
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Oscar Handlin, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 119
Charles TILLY, Review Essay: Peeping Through the Windows of the Wealthy, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 131
Raymond A. MOHL, Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 139
Michael E. BONINE, From Uruk to Casablanca: Perspectives on the Urban Experience in the Middle East, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 141
Avery M. GUEST, Ecological Succession in the Puget Sound Region, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 181
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Richard C. Wade, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 211
John BODNAR, Review Essay: The Immigrant and the American City, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 241
Bernard H. MOSS, Review Essay: Urban Workers and Utopian Socialism in France, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 251
Blaine A. BROWNELL, Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 259
Frank J. COSTA, The Evolution of Planning Styles and Planned Change: The Example of Rome, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 263
Eugene J. WATTS, Property and Politics in Atlanta: 1865-1903, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 295
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Bayrd Still, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 323
David R. GOLDFIELD, Review Essay: The Black Ghetto: A Tragic Sameness, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 361
Vincent J. KNAPP, Review Essay: The Parisian Poor: 1660-1848, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 371
Philip J. FUNIGIELLE, Review Essay: The Federal Government and Metropolitan America, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 379
Olivier ZUNZ, Introduction (issue devoted to Immigrants and Workers in European and American Cities), in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 387
Lynn H. LEES; John MODELL, The Irish Countryman Urbanized: A Comparative Perspective on the Famine Migration, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 391
Michael P. HANAGAN, The Logic of Solidarity: Social Structure in Le Chambon-Feugerolles, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 409
John T. CUMBLER, The City and Community: The Impact of Urban Forces on Working Class Behaviour, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 427
Olivier ZUNZ, The Organization of the American City in the Late Nineteenth Century: Ethnic Structure and Spatial Arrangement in Detroit, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 443
Louise A. TILLY, Urban Growth, Industrialization, and Women's Employment in Milan, Italy, 1881-1911, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976, p. 467
Ronald AMINZADE, Breaking the Chains of Dependency: From Patronage to Class Politics, Toulouse, France, 1830-1872, in: Journal of Urban History 3, 1976/77, p. 485

Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78
John Robert MULLIN, City Planning in Frankfurt, Germany, 1925-1932: A Study in Practical Utopianism, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 3
Michael P. MCCARTHY, On Bosses, Reformers, and Urban Growth: Some Suggestions for a Political Typology of American Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 29
Michael F. HAMM, The Modern Russian City: An Historiographical Analysis, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 39
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Constance McLaughlin Green, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 77
David H. MILLER, Review Essay: Russian Urban Development and the 'Myth' of Backwardness, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 117
Zane L. MILLER, Scarcity, Abundance, and American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 131
Alan WILLIAMS, The Police and the Administration of Eighteenth-Century Paris, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 157
John C. SCHNEIDER, Public Order and the Geography of the City: Crime, Violence, and the Police in Detroit, 1845-1875, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 183
Peter HALVORSON; Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Brian J. L. Berry, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 209
Elliott RUDWICK, Review Essay: A Tale of Two Riots, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 239
Jean SCARPACI, Introduction (Special Issue on Immigrant Women and the City), in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 251
Carol GRONEMAN, Working-Class Immigrant Women in Mid-Nineteenth-Century New York: The Irish Woman's Experience, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 255
Janice Reiff WEBSTER, Domestication and Americanization: Scandinavian Women in Seattle, 1888-1900, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 275
Corinne Azen KRAUSE, Urbanization without Breakdown: Italian, Jewish, and Slavic Immigrant Women in Pittsburegh, 1900-1945, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 291
Maxine SELLER, The Education of the Immigrant Woman: 1900-1935, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 307
Julia Kirk BLACKWELDER, Women in the Workforce: Atlanta, New Orleans, and San Antonio, 1930-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 331
David C. HAMMACK, Elite Perceptions of Power in the Cities of the United States, 1880-1900: The Evidence of James Bryce, Moisei Ostrogorski, and their American Informants, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 363
Peggy A. PHILLIPS, Neo-Corporatist Praxis in Paris, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 397
Patricia HERLIHY, Death in Odessa: A Study of Population Movements in a Nineteenth-Century City, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 417
Gary D. ALLINSON, Japanese Cities in the Industrial Era, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 443
Blake MCKELVEY, Review Essay: Bicentennial Urban Essays, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 477
John BUTLER, Review Essay: A Bicentennial harvest: Four Studies of the Early American Community, in: Journal of Urban History 4, 1977/78, p. 485

Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79
Theodore HERSHBERG, The New Urban History: Toward an Interdisciplinary History of the City, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 3
Craig A. LOCKARD, Patterns of Social Development in Modern Southeast Asian Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 41
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Graeme Davison: Urban History in Australia, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 69
Edward PESSEN, Review Essay: Fruits of the New Urban History: The Sociology of Small Nineteenth-Century Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 93
Don Harrison DOYLE, Review Essay: Nineteenth-Century Cities: Evolutionary and Instantaneous, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 109
Louis FILLER, Review Essay: Socialism Living and Dead, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 119
Diane Maher CAMERON, Review Essay: Historical Perspective on Urban Police, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 125
Joseph STIPANOVICH, Review Essay: Immigration and American Social History, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 133
Eugene P. ERICKSEN; William L. YANCEY, Work and Residence in Industrial Philadelphia, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 147
Alan I. MARCUS, Professional Revolution and Reform in the Progressive Era: Cincinnati Physicians and the City Elections of 1897 and 1900, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 183
Lawrence N. LANGER, The Historiography of the Preindustrial Russian City, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 209
John K. ALEXANDER, Review Essay: Urban America in the Revolutionary Era: Studies in the Neglected Period of American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 241
Leonard P. CURRY, Review Essay: Summing Up Southern Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 255
Dennis CLARK, Review Essay: Invention and Contention in the Quaker City, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 265
Joel A. TARR, Introduction (Special Issue on The City and Technology), in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 275
Clay MCSHANE, Transforming the Use of Urban Space: A Look at the Revolution in Street Pavements, 1880-1924, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 279
Joel A. TARR, The Separate vs. Combined Sewer Problem: A Case Study in Urban Technology Design Choice, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 308
Mark H. ROSE; John G. CLARK, Light, Heat, and Power: Energy Choices in Kansas City, Wichita, and Denver, 1900-1935, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 340
Mark FOSTER, City Planners and Urban Transportation: The Amerian Response, 1900-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 365
Glen E. HOLT, Review Essay: The Main Line and Side Tracks, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 397
Andrew LEES, Historical Perspectives on Cities in Modern Germany: Recent Literature, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 411
Mark GOLDMAN, Buffalo's Black Rock: A Neighborhood and the City, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 447
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with H. J. Dyos: Urban History in Great Britain, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 469
Kathleen LOGAN, Review Essay: Urban Anthropology: Moving Toward a Synthesis, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 501
Michael H. EBNER, Review Essay: Urban Development in America, 1776-1876, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 511
Marc B. BAER, Review Essay: Class and Community in Victorian Britain, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 521
Eugené M. TOBIN, Review Essay: A 'New' Look for the 'Old' Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 5, 1978/79, p. 530

Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80
Joseph L. ARNOLD, The Neighborhood and City Hall: The Origin of Neighborhood Associations in Baltimore, 1880-1911, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 3
Edward D. WYNOT, Jr., Urban History in Poland: A Critical Apparaisal, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 31
David G. JOHN, Johann Michael von Loen's Ideal City: A Reflection of Eighteenth-Century Currents in Germany, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 80
Howard SPODEK, Review Essay: Pluralist Politics in Colonial Indian Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 97
Jonathan W. ZOPHY, Review Essay: The Urban Dimension of the Reformation, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 102
David M. FAHEY, Review Essay: From Labor History to Working Class History, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 105
R. Vladimir STEFFEL, Review Essay: The Housing Question and Urban History: Britain, 1740-1918, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 112
Blaine A. BROWNELL, Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 123
Kenneth R. HALL; George W. SPENCER, The Economy of Kañcipuram: A Sacred Center in Early South India, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 127
Peter MARCUSE, Housing in Early City Planning, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 153
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Gilbert A. Stelter: Urban Hisstory in Canada, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 177
John F. BAUMAN, Review Essay: Housing the Urban Poor, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 211
Diane A. GHIRARDO, Review Essay: Mezzanotte in the Mezzogiorno: The Urban Problems of Southern Italy, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 221
James F. RICHARDSON, Review Essay: Police History: The Search for Legitimacy, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 231
Howard SPODEK, Studying the History of Urbanization in India, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 251
Ralph L. PEARSON; Linda WRIGLEY, Before Mayor Richard Lee: George Dudley Seymour and the City Planning Movement in New Haven, 1907-1924, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 297
Steven L. OLSEN, Yankee City and the New Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 321
William L. BLACKWELL, Review Essay: Geography, History, and the City in Europe and Russia, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 339
George E. POZZETTA, Review Essay: Italians and Urban America, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 357
Bruce M. STAVE, Intoduction, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 371
Francois BEDARIDA; Anthony SUTCLIFFE, The Street in the Structure and Life of the City: Reflections on Nineteenth-Century London and Paris, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 379
John MODELL, An Ecology of Family Decisions: Suburbanization, Schooling, and Fertility in Philadelphia, 1880-1920, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 397
Kenneth J. JACKSON, Race, Ethnicity, and Real Estate Appraisal: The Home Owners Loan Corporation and the Federal Housing Administration, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 419
Seymour J. MANDELBAUM, Urban Pasts and Urban Policies, in: Journal of Urban History 6, 1979/80, p. 453

Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81
Alan I. MARCUS, The Strange Career of Municipal Health Initiatives: Cincinnati and City Government in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 3
Neil Larry SHUMSKY, Vice Responds to Reform: San Francisco, 1910-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 31
Marilyn Thornton WILLIAMS, New York City's Public Baths: A Case Study in Urban Progressive Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 49
Don H. DOYLE, The Urbanization of Dixie, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 83
Richard J. HOPKINS, Newer Directions in Mobility and Community Studies, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 93
John F. MCCLYMER, The Study of Community and the 'New' Social History, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 103
Jonathan W. ZOPHY, Reformation and War in the Early Modern German City, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 119
Eugene J. WATTS, Black and Blue: Afro-American Police Officers in Twentieth-Century St. Louis, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 131
F. A. DAHMS, The Evolution of Settlement Systems: A Canadian Example, 1851-1970, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 169
Michael FRISCH, Oyez, Oyez, Oyez: The Recurring Case of Plunkett v. Steffens, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 205
Walter LICHT, Labor and Capital and the American Community, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 219
Eric H. MONKKONEN, Blood and Space: More Studies of Nineteenth-Century Crime and Justice, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 239
Davidd MENT, Corporations, Unions, and Blacks: The Struggle for Power in American Industrial Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 247
Robert ROCKAWAY, The Future of American Jewish Communal Histories, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 255
Stephanie W. GREENBERG, Neighborhood Change, Racial Transition, and Work Location: A Case Study of an Industrial City, Philadelphia, 1880-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 267
William H. WILSON, J. Horace McFarland and the City Beautiful Movement, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 315
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Anthony R. Sutcliffe: Urban History in Britain, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 335
Mark Stewart FOSTER, Delivering the Masses: Recent Excursions in Transportation History, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 381
Diane KOENKER, Peasants, Proletarians, and Posad People: Social Dimensions of Russian Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 391
Eugenie Ladner BIRCH; Deborah S. GARDNER, The Seven-Percent Solution: A Review of Philanthropic Housing, 1870-1910, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 403
Neil H. LEBOWITZ, Above Party, Class, or Creed: Rent Control in the United States, 1940-1947, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 439
Carolyn Tyirin KIRK; Gordon W. KIRK, Jr., The Impact of the City on Home Ownership: A Comparison of Immigrants and Native Whites at the Turn of the Century, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 471
Ronald H. BAYOR, Ethnicity in Urban America, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 499
Edward F. HAAS, Depression and New Deal in Urban America, in: Journal of Urban History 7, 1980/81, p. 507

Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/82
Fred W. VIEHE, Black Gold Suburbs: The Influence of the Extractive Industry on the Suburbanization of Los Angeles, 1890-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 3
Susan Migden SOCOLOW; Lyman L. JOHNSON, Urbanization in Colonial Latin America, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 27
Lester ROWNTREE, Creating a Sence of Place: The Evolution of Historic Preservation of Salzburg, Austria, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 61
Timothy J. CRIMMINS; Neil Larry SHUMSKY, Clio's Stephchildren: Textbooks in American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 77
Howard N. RABINOWITZ, Reps on the Range: An Anti-Turnerian Framework for the Urban West, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 91
Bradford LUCKINGHAM, The American West: An Urban Perspective, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 99
June SOCHEN, Myths and Realities about Urban Women, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 107
Thomas S. HINES, Housing, Baseball, and Creeping Socialism: The Battle of Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles, 1949-1959, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 123
John T. ALEXANDER, Petersburg and Moscow in Early Urban Policy, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 145
Jane H. PEASE; William H. PEASE, Social Structure and the Potential for Urban Change: Boston and Charleston in the 1830s, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 171
John MODELL, The Expansion of State Education: Two New Views, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 197
Selma C. BERROL, Urban Schools: The Historian as Critic, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 206
John K. ALEXANDER, Resurrecting the 'Progressive' Interpretation of the Coming of the American Revolution: Committees, Crowds, and the Urban Crucible, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 217
James H. JACKSON, jr., Migration in Duisburg, 1867-1890: Occupational and Familial Contexts, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 235
Edwin A. GERE, Jr., Dillon's Rule and the Cooley Doctrine: Reflections of the Political Culture, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 271
Michael J. DOUCET, Urban Land Development in Nineteenth-Century North America: Themes in the Literature, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 299
Jon A. PETERSON, Environment and Technology in the Great City Era of American History, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 343
Terrence J. MCDONALD, From Economics to Political Economy in the History of Urban Public Policy, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 355
Geoffrey BLODGETT, Yankee Leadership in a Divided City: Boston, 1860-1910, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 371
Gerald Michael GREENFIELD, Privatism and Urban Development in Latin America: The Case of São Paulo, Brazil, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 397
Richard BLANTON, Urban Beginnings: A View from Anthropological Archaeology, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 427
Kenneth T. JACKSON, Toward an Interdisciplinary History of the American City: Comment, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 449
Terrence J. MCDONALD, Toward an Interdisciplinary History of the American City: Comment, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 454
Olivier ZUNZ, Toward an Interdisciplinary History of the American City: Comment, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 463
Theodore HERSHBERG, Toward an Interdisciplinary History of the American City: Response, in: Journal of Urban History 8, 1981/81, p. 472

Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83
Richard J. MORRIS, Urban Population Migration in Revolutionary America: The Case of Salem, Massachusetts, 1759-1799, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 3
Marvin LUNENFELD, Governing the Cities of Isabella the Catholic: the Corregidores, Governors, and Assistants of Castile (1476-1504), in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 31
Beverley HECKART, The Balance and the Bridge: The Origins of the Loi Malraux in Avignon, 1952, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 57
Robert ALDRICH, The Building of Manhattan-sur-Sein, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 89
Ronald P. GROSSMAN, Urban Form: Five Millenia in the Story of Man's Attempt to Leave His Imprint on the City's Landscape, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 98
Kathleen LOGAN, The Urban Poor in Developing Nations, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 108
Neil Larry SHUMSKY, Nineteenth-Century San Francisco: Histories of a City, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 117
Diana VELEZ, Late Nineteenth-Century Spanish Progressivism: Arturuo Soria's Linear City, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 131
Barry J. KAPLAN, Metropolitics, Administrative Reform, And Political Theory: The Greater New York City Charter of 1897, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 165
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Joel A. Tarr: Urban History and Policy, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 195
M. J. DAUNTON, Experts and the Environment: Approaches to Planning History, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 233
Elliott RUDWICK, Black Urban History: In the Doldrums, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 251
John R. LAMPE, Interwar Bucharest and the Promises of Urbanism, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 267
Edward J. DAVIES, II, Class and Power in the Anthracite Region: The Control of Political Leadership in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1845-1885, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 291
Douglas E. BOOTH, Transportation, City Building, and Financial Crisis: Milwaukee, 1852-1868, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 335
Eul-Soo PANG, Buenos Aires and the Argentine Economy in World Perspective, 1776-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 365
Robert SCHWARTZ, Vienna: Culture in Tension, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 383
Robert G. BARROWS, Beyond the Tenement: Patterns of American Urban Housing, 1870-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 395
Howard GILETTE, Jr., The Evolution of Neighborhood Planning: From the Progressive Era to the 1949 Housing Act, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 421
Peter W. MOORE, Public Services and Residential Development in a Toronto Neighborhood, 1880-1915, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 445
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Ingrid Hammarstrom, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 473
Joseph L. ARNOLD, Frederick Law Olmsted: Rusticus and Urbanus, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 501
H. SPODEK, Urban Form and Urban Culture, in: Journal of Urban History 9, 1982/83, p. 511

Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84
Christopher WINTERS, The Classification of Traditional African Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 3
Christopher SILVER, The Ordeal of City Planning in Postwar Richmond, Virginia: A Quest for Greatness, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 33
Dennis C. ROUSEY, 'Hibernian Leatherheads': Irish Cops in New Orleans, 1830-1880, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 61
Richard BERNARD, Cities, Suburbs, and Sunbelts: The Politics of Metropolitan Growth, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 85
Stephan V. WARD, Planning History in Britain: A Review Article, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 93
Don H. DOYLE, History from the Top Down, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 103
Anthony R. SUTCLIFFE, Urban History in the Eighties: Reflections on the H. J. Dyos Memorial Conference, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 123
David J. O'BRIAN; Mary Joan ROACH, Recent Developments in Urban Sociology, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 145
David R. GOLDFIELD, The New Regionalism, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 171
Brian C. O'CONNOR, Working-Class Kinship Networks: A Marriage of Methods, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 187
Robert K. WHELAN, New Towns: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed?, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 195
Betsy BLACKMAR, Class Conflict in Canadian Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 211
Clay MCSHANE, Essays in Public Works History, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 223
Ronald LAWSON, The Rent Strike in New York City, 1904-1980: The Evolution of a Social Movement Strategy, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 235
Philip SCRANTON, Milling About: Family Firms and Urban Manufacturing in Textile Philadelphia, 1840-1865, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 259
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with François Bédarida: Urban History in France, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 295
Jon C. TEAFORD, Technology, Expertise, and Municipal Services, 1860-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 319
Julia Kirk BLACKWELDER, Crime, Policing, and the Dangerous Classes, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 329
Gilbert A. STELTER, Introduction, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 347
Gilbert A. STELTER, The Classical Ideal: Cultural and Urban Form in Eighteenth-Century Britain and America, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 351
Jeffrey D. NEEDELL, Making the Carioca Belle Epoque Concrete: The Urban Reforms of Rio de Janeiro under Pereira Passos, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 383
Richard M. MORSE, 'Peripheral' Cities as Cultural Arenas (Russia, Austria, Latin America), in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 423
Alan TRACHTENBERG, Image and Ideology: New York in the Photographer's Eye, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 453
John F. BAUMAN, Review Essay: Housing, Architecture, and Social Change: The British and American Experience, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 465
Akira NAKAMURA, Review Essay: The Anatomy of Suburban Politics in Japan: The Case of Western Tokyo, in: Journal of Urban History 10, 1983/84, p. 477

Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85
Blaine A. BROWNELL, After Ten Years: An Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 3
Stuart M. BLUMIN, Explaining the New Metropolis: Perception, Depiction, and Analysis in Mid-Nineteenth-Century New York City, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 9
John R. LAMPE, Interwar Sofia Versus the Nazi-Style Garden City: The Struggle Over the Muesmann Plan, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 39
Dennis ROMANO, Charity and Community in Early Renaissance Venice, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 63
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Sam Bass Warner, Jr.: Ten Years Later, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 83
Bradley R. RICE, Review Essay: How Different is the Southern City, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 115
Seymour J. MANDELBAUM, Thinking About Cities as Systems: Reflections on the History of an Idea, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 139
Susan J. LEWANDOWSKI, Merchants and Kingship: An Interpretation of Indian Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 151
Frank F. CONLON, Caste, Community, and Colonialism: The Elements of Population Recruitment and Urban Rule in British Bombay, 1665-1830, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 181
Frank BROEZE, Review Essay: Port Cities: The Search for an Identity, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 209
M. H. PORT, Review Essay: London Reformed, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 227
Carl ABBOTT, Review Essay: Air conditioned Growth Machines, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 235
John Frederick SCHWALLER, Review Essay: Spanish Colonial Towns, from Aztec to Anglo, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 245
Clayton R. KOPPES; William P. NORRIS, Ethnicity, Class, and Mortality in the Industrial City: A Case Study of Typhoid Fever in Pittsburgh, 1890-1910, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 259
Michael P. WEBER, East Europeans in Steel Towns: A Comparative Analysis, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 280
Robert B. FAIRBANKS, From Better Dwellings to Better Community: Changing Approaches to the Low-Cost Housing Problem, 1890-1925, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 314
John SHEAIL, Interwar Planning in Britain: The Wider Context, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 335
Maris A. VINOVSKIS, Review Essay: Searching for Classes in Urban North America, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 353
James F. RICHARDSON, Review Essay: The Politics of Planning and Physical Development, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 361
S. Martin GASKELL, Review Essay: Housing History: A Story of Mean Streets, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 371
Gordon H. PIRIE; Deborah M. HART, The Transformation of Johannesburg's Black Western Areas, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 387
David Paul NORD, The Public Community: The Urbanization of Journalism in Chicago, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 411
Marian J. MORTON, Seduced and Abandoned in an American City: Cleveland and Its Fallen Women, 1869-1936, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 443
Gerald D. NASH, Review Essay: Urban Development in the Southwest, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 471
Mark D. SZUCHMAN, Review Essay: The Faces of Labor in Latin America: Migration, Tradition, and Organization, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 481
David ENGLANDER, Leeds and Liverpool: Some Comparisons and Contrasts, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 491
Samuel L. BAILY, Review Essay: The Italian Migration Experience: Understanding Continuity and Change, in: Journal of Urban History 11, 1984/85, p. 503

Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86
Peter K. EISINGER, The Search for a National Urban Policy, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 3
Harvey BOULAY; Alan DIGAETANO, Why Did Political Machines Disappear?, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 25
Douglas E. BOOTH, Municipal Socialism and City Governement Reform: The Milwaukee Experience, 1910-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 51
Jon A. PETERSON, Review Essay: The Evolution of Public Open Space in American Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 75
Howardd B. ROCK, Review Essay: An Enduring Revolution: Artisans in the New Nation, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 89
Maureen A. FLANAGAN, Charter Reform in Chicago: Political Culture and Urban Progressive Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 109
Margaret W. ANDREWS, The Emergence of Bureaucracy: The Vancover Health Department, 1886-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 131
Seth M. SCHEINER, Commission Government in the Progressive Era: The New Brunswick, New Jersey, Example, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 157
Elliott R. BARKAN, Review Essay: Vigilance Versus Vigilantism: Race and Ethnicity and the Politics of Housing, 1940-1960, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 181
Robert A. ROCKAWAY, Review Essay: World of Their Children: Second-Generation New York Jews, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 191
Abraham HOFFMAN, Review Essay: The Writing of Chicago Urban History: From Bare Beginnings to Significant Studies, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 199
Christine MEISNER ROSEN, Infrastructural Improvement in Nineteenth-Century Cities: A Conceptual Framework and Cases, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 211
Ira M. LAPIDUS, Cities and Societies: A Comparative Study of the Emergence of Urban Civilazation in Mesopotamia and Greece, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 257
Howard SPODEK, Review Essay: The Urban History of India: An Update, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 293
Christopher SILVER, Review Essay: The Age of Urban Decline, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 309
Ann Durkin KEATING, Review Essay: The Federal Government and U.S. Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 318
Deborah S. GARDNER, Preface, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 331
Rosalie GENEVRO, Site Selection and the New York Housing Authority, 1934-1939, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 334
Peter MARCUSE, The Beginnings of Public Housing in New York, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 353
Ann L. BUTTENWIESER, Shelter for What and for Whom? On the Route Towardd Vladeck Houses, 1930 to 1940, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 391
Joel SCHWARTZ, Tenant Unions in New York City's Low-Rent Housing, 1933-1949, in: Journal of Urban History 12, 1985/86, p. 414

Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87
Jeffrey S. ADLER, Vagging the Demons and Scoundrels: Vagrancy and the Growth of St. Louis, 1830-1861, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 3
Timothy K. KINSELLA, Traditional Manufacturing Cities in Transition to Human-Centered Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 31
Clyde A. HAULMAN, Changes in Wealth Holding in Richmond, Virginia, 1860-1870, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 54
Susan MANN, Review Essay: New Perspectives on Chinese Urbanization: The Last Two Hundred Years, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 72
Timothy J. CRIMMINS, Review Essay: Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words? Illustrated Urban Histories, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 82
Francis G. COUVARES, Review Essay: Moral Tales, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 92
Arnold HIRSCH, Review Essay: The Last 'Last Hurrah', in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 99
Gary B. NASH, The Social Evolution of Preindustrial American Cities, 1700-1820: Reflections and New Directions, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 115
Joanne MEYEROWITZ, Women and Migration: Autonomous Female Migrants to Chicago, 1880-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 147
Brian J. GRAHAM, Urbanization in Medieval Ireland, ca. A.D. 900 to ca. A. D. 1300, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 169
Marjorie MURPHY, Review Essay: Gender Relations on an Urban Terrain: Locating Women in the City, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 197
John J. BUKOWCZYK, Review Essay: The Church in the Immigrant City, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 207
Michael HANAGAN, Review Essay: Industrialization and Urban Society in Nineteenth-Century France, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 218
Blaine A. BROWNELL, Editor's Note, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 235
Robert L. FISHMAN, American Suburbs/English Suburbs: A Transatlantic Comparison, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 237
Paul-André LINTEAU, Canadian Suburbanization in a North American Context: Does the Border Make a Difference?, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 252
Carl ABBOTT, The Suburban Sunbelt, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 275
Kenneth T. JACKSON, Suburbanization in England and North America: A Response to 'A Transatlantic Comparison', in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 302
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Kenneth T. Jackson, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 307
Peter O. MULLER, Review Essay: Turning the American City Inside Out, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 348
Carol A. O'CONNOR, Review Essay: The Rise and Faldl of Suburbia, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 354
Timothy J. GILFOYLE, The Urban Geography of Commercial Sex: Prostitution in New York City, 1790-1860, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 371
William H. WILSON, The Billboard: Bane of the City Beautiful, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 394
Carl STRIKWERDA, Review Essay: The City in History Revisited: New Overviews of European Urbanization, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 426
John Frederick SCHWALLER, Review Essay: The Political Economy of Hispanic Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 451
Kenneth L. KUSMER, Urban Black History at the Crossroads, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 460
Carl ABBOTT, Review Essay: Modern Times, in: Journal of Urban History 13, 1986/87, p. 471

Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88
Mark H. ROSE; Joeld A. TARR, Introduction (to special issue on The City and Technology), in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 3
Mark J. BOUMAN, Luxury and Control: The Urbanity of Street Lighting in Nineteenth-Century Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 7
Joel A. TARR; Thomas FINHOLT; David GOODMAN, The City and the Telegraph: Urban Telecommunications in the Pre-Telephone Era, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 38
Mary Corbin SIES, The City Transformed: Nature, Technology, and the Suburban Ideal, 1877-1917, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 81
Paul BARRETT, Cities and Their Airports: Policy Formation, 1926-1952, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 112
Arnold FLEISCHMAN, The Territorial Expansion of Milwaukee: Historical Lessons for Contemporary Urban Policy and Research, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 147
Richard RODGER, Concentration and Fragmentation: Capital, Labor, and the Structure of Mid-Victorian Scottish Industry, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 178
John ARCHER, Ideology and Aspiration: Individualism, the Middle Class, and the Genesis of the Anglo-American Suburb, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 214
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Zhou Lei: Urban History and Development in Beijing (Peking), in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 254
Harvey KANTOR; Theodore MITCHELL, Review Essay: Class, Politics, and Urban School Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 269
Martin J. DAUNTON, Cities of Homes and Cities of Tenements: British and American Comparisons, 1870-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 283
Mona DOMOSH, The Symbolism of the Skyscraper: Case Studies of New York's First Tall Building, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 320
Patricia RAUB, The National Geographic Magazine's Portrayal of Urban Ethnicity: The Celebration of Cultural Pluralism and the Promise of Social Mobility, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 346
Brian K. LADD, Public Baths and Civic Improvement in Nineteenth-Century German Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 372
Charles TILLY, Review Essay: What's Left of the City?, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 394
Dennis SMITH, Review Essay: In Pursuit of the Urban Variable, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 399
John F. MCCLYMER, Review Essay: Social Space and the Development of Working-Class or Urban Culture, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 406
Josef W. KONVITZ, Does the Century 1650-1750 Constitute a Period in Urban History? The French Evidence Reviewed, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 419
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Thomas Bender: Urban History as Intellectual and Cultural History, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 455
Thomas BENDER, Review Essay: The Culture of the Metropolis, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 492
Julia Kirk BLACKWELDER, Review Essay: Working-Class Women and Urban Culture, in: Journal of Urban History 14, 1987/88, p. 503

Journal of Urban History 15, 1988/89,
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Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90
Robert J. KOLESAR, The Politicsd of Development: Worcester, Massachusetts, in the Late Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 3
Suzanne MODEL, The Effects of Ethnicity in the Workplace on Blacks, Italians, and Jews in 1910 New York, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 29
William ISSEL, Business Power and Political Culture in San Francisco, 1900-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 52
Robert FISHMAN, Review Essay: The Mind of the Metropolis: New York and Its Intellectuals, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 78
Paul R. HANSON, Review Essay: Urban Community, Urban Culture, Urban Revolution: Where Do the Three Intersect?, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 91
Philip J. FUNIGIELLO, Review Essay: The New Deal in the Urban South, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 99
Rhoads MURPHEY, Communal Living in Ottoman Istanbul: Searching for the Foundations of an Urban Tradition, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 115
Penelope J. CORFIELD, Walking the City Streets: The Urban Odyssey in Eighteenth-Century England, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 132
Mary Lou LOCKE, Out of the Shadows and into the Western Sun: Working Women of the Late Nineteenth-Century Urban Far West, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 175
Richard J. WALTER, Review Essay: Recent Works on Latin American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 205
W. Edward ORSER, Secondhand Suburbs: Black Pioneers in Baltimore's Edmondson Village, 1955-1980, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 227
David T. BEITO; Bruce SMITH, The Formation of Urban Infrastructure Through Nongovernmental Planning: The Private Places of St. Louis, 1869-1920, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 263
Terrence J. MCDONALD, Review Essay: Redisc, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 304
Heather T. FRAZER, Review Essay: Labor, Reform, and Feminism in Chicago During the Progressive Era, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 312
Leonard P. CURRY, Review Essay: Philadelphia's Free Blacks: Two Views, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 319
Blaine A. BROWNELL, Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 339
William GLEASON, Public Health, Politics, and Cities in Late Imperial Russia, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 341
Elaine Glovka SPENCER, Policing Popular Amusements in German Cities: The Case of Prussia's Rhine Province, 1815-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 366
Daniel Eli BURNSTEIN, Progressivism and Urban Crisis: The Nerw York City Garbage Workers' Strike of 1907, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 386
Robin L. EINHORN, Review Essay: The Journalist's City in Late-Nineteenth-Century America, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 424
Kerby A. MILLER, Review Essay: Urban Immigrants: The Irish in the Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 428
Louis J. MARCHIAFAVA, Review Essay: Houston - An American Image, in: Journal of Urban History 16, 1989/90, p. 442

Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91,
Joseph L. ARNOLD, Review Essay: Architectural History and Urban History: A Difficult Marriage, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 70
John F. BAUMAN; Norman P. HUMMON; Edward K. MULLER, Public Housing, Isolation, and the Urban Underclass: Philadelphia's Richard Allen Homes, 1941-1965, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 264
Roger BILES, Review Essay: Cities in the New South, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 309
Marguerite W. DUPREE, Review Essay: Medicine Comes to Town: Medicine and Social Structure in Urban Britain, 1780-1870, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 79
David M. FAHEY, Review Essay: Elites, Evangelicals, and the London Poor, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 293
David R. GOLDFIELD, Editorial, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 3
Richard HARRIS, Working-Class Home Ownership in the American Metropolis, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 46
John B. JENTZ, Class and Politics in an emerging Industrial City: Chicago in the 1860s and 1870s, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 227
Andrew LEES, Berlin and Modern Urbanity in german Discourse, 1845-1945, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 153
Earl LEWIS, Review Essay: The Beginnings of a Renaissance: Black Migration, the Industrial Order, and the Search for Power, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 296
Robert LEWIS, The Segregated City: Class Residential Patterns and the Development of Industrial Districts in Montreal, 1861 and 1901, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 123
Bill LUCKIN, Review Essay: Sites, Cities, and Technologies, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 426
Bradford LUCKINGHAM, Review Essay: The Urban Sunbelt: Images and Realities, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 316
Harold M. MAYER, Review Essay: Chicago Suburbia, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 421
Eugene P. MOEHRING, Review Essay: The Networked City: A Euro-American View, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 88
John MUENDEL, Medieval Urband Renewal: The Communal Mills of the City of Florence, 1351-1382, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 363
David SCHUYLER, Review Essay: The Peripheral View from Sever Hall, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 303
Howard SPODEK, Review Essay: Toward a usable World History, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 98
Patricia Burgess STACH, Review Essay: Preparing for the Urban Future: The Theory and Practice of City Planning, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 207
Bruce M. STAVE, Interview: A Conversation with Michael H. Frisch, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 181
William B. THOMAS; Kevin J. MORAN, The Politiciziation of Efficiency Concepts in the Progressive Period, 1918-1922, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 390
Christian TOPALOV, Scientific Urban Planning and the Ordering of Daily Life: The First 'War Housing' Experiment in the United States, 1917-1919, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 14
Judith Ann TROLANDER, Review Essay: Hull-House and the Settlement House Movement: A Centennial Reassessment, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 410
Richard C. WADE, Teh Enduring Ghetto: Urbanization and the Color Line in American History, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 4
Leonard WALLOCK, The Myth of the Master Builder: Robert Moses, New York, and the Dynamics of Metropolitan Development Since World War II, in: Journal of Urban History 17, 1990/91, p. 339

Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92
Sam Bass WARNER, Jr., When Urban History is at the Center of the Curriculum, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 3
S. Ilan TROEN, Establishing a Zionist Metropolis: Alternative Approaches to Building Tel-Aviv, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 10
Alan DIGAETANO, Urban Political Reform: Did it Kill the Machine?, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 37
Daniel M. BLUESTONE, The Pushcart Evil: Peddlers, merchants, and New York City's Streets, 1890-1940, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 68
Ronald H. BAYOR, Review Essay: Reform Mayors and Urban Politics: New York and Chicago, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 93
Arnold R. HIRSCH, Review Essay: Academia Ain't Ready for Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 98
Louise MCREYNOLDS, St. Petersburg's 'Boulevard' Press and the Process of Urbanization, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 123
Steven J. HOFFMAN, 'A Plan of Quality': The Development of Mt. Lebanon, a 1920s Automobile Suburb, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 141
David GOLDFIELD, Editor's Note (Making Urban History), in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 182
Cary CARSON, City Museums as Historians (Making Urban History), in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 183
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Frank Jewell: Urban History at the Valentine Museum (Making Urban History), in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 192
Graham HODGES, Review Essay: The Decline and Fall of Artisan Republicanism in Antebellum Nerw York City: Views from the Street and Workshop, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 211
Robert FISHER, Review Essay: Organizing in the Modern Metropolos: Considering New Social Movement Theory, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 222
Zane L. MILLER, Pluralism, Chicago School Style: Louis Wirth, the Ghetto, the City, and 'Integration', in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 251
Donald L. MILLER, Lewis Mumford: Urban Historian, Urban Visionary, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 280
Brian J. GRAHAM; Lindsay J. PROUDFOOT, Landlords, Planning, and Urban Growth in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth- Century Ireland, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 308
Sharon V. SALINGER, The Phoenix: The 'New Urban History' in Old Philadelphia, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 330
Peter J. SCHMITT, Review Essay: Grave Matters: American Cemeteries in Transition, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 338
Richard STOTT, Review Essay: American Cities in the Civil War, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 346
John T. CUMBLER, Review Essay: Class, Race, and Survival: Politics in Hard Times, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 355
Charles N. GLAAB; Mark H. ROSE; William H. WILSON, The History of Kansas City Projects and the Origins of American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 371
Cheryl GREENBERG, The Politics of Disorder: Reexamining Harlem's Riots of 1935 and 1943, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 395
Dominic T. ALESSIO, Capitalist Realist Art: Industrial Images of Hamilton, Ontario, 1884-1910, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 442
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Ellsworth Brown: Urban History at the Chicago Historical Society (Making Urban History), in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 470
Andrew HOLMAN, Review Essay: Cities and Immigrants: A Canadian Perspective, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 489
Dominic A. PACYGA, Review Essay: The Making of Working-Class Chicago, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 498
Ann Durkin KEATING, Review Essay: Urban History in the Windy City, in: Journal of Urban History 18, 1991/92, p. 504

Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93
R. C. NASH, Urbanization in the Colonial South: Charleston, South Carolina, as a Case Study, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 3
Gilles VANDAL, The Nineteenth-Century Municipal Responses to the Problem of Poverty: New Orleans' Free-Lodgers, 1850-1880, as a Case Study, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 30
Michael WAGENAAR, Conquest of teh Center or Flight to the Suburbs? Divergent Metropolitan Strategies in Europe, 1850-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 60
T. C. SMOUT, Review Essay: Recent Writing on Scottish Urban History Since 1707, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 84
Stephen D. ENGLE, Review Essay: German Communities in Urban New York, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 91
Fred W. VIEHE, Review Essay: Almost Progressives: The Continuing Odyssey of Urban Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 102
Jeffrey MIREL, Review Essay: Urban Schools as Contested Terrain, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 111
James S. OLSON, Review Essay: Sports as Cultural Currency in Modern America, in: Journal of Urban History 19/1, 1992/93, p. 127
Journal of Urban History 19/2, 1992/93
Josef W. KONVITZ, Introduction (Special Issue on megalopolis), in: Journal of Urban History 19/2, 1992/93, p. 3
Michael H. EBNER, Experiencing Megalopolis in Princeton, in: Journal of Urban History 19/2, 1992/93, p. 11
Jeffrey E. HANES, From Megalopolis to Megaroporisu, in: Journal of Urban History 19/2, 1992/93, p. 56
Greg HISE, Home Building and Industrial Decentralization in Los Angeles: The Roots of the Postwar Urban Region, in: Journal of Urban History 19/2, 1992/93, p. 95
Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93
Raymond A. MOHL, Bayrd Still: Pioneer Urban Historian, 1906-1992 (Obituary), in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 3
Rudy KOSHAR, Against the 'Frightful Leveler': Historic Preservation and German Cities, 1890-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 7
Andrew WIESE, Places of Our Own: Suburban Black Towns Before 1960, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 30
Michael J. REIMER, Reorganizing Alexandrina: The Origins and History of the Conseil de l'Ornato, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 55
Jonathan KAHN, Re-Presenting Govenment and Representing the People: Budget Reform and Citizenship in New York City, 1908-1911, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 84
John Frederick SCHWALLER, Review Essay: Spanish Cities of the Golden Age, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 104
Joseph W. KONVITZ, Review Essay: Port Cities and Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 115
Gregory BUSH, Review Essay: 'Genial Evasion' in the Big Time: Changing Norms of Respectability Within an Expansive Urban Culture, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 121
Carl ABBOTT, Review Essay: To Boldly Go Where No Data Have Gone Before, in: Journal of Urban History 19/3, 1992/93, p. 139
Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93
James C. DAVIS, Review Essay: Coping with the Underclasses: Venice, Lille, and Zurich in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 116
Samuel P. HAYS, From the History of the City to the History of the Urbanized Society, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 3
N. J. DEMERATH III; Rhys H. WILLIAMS, Between 'Town' and 'City': Religion and Ethnicity in Political and Economic Development, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 26
Dale BAUM; Worth Robert MILLER, Ethnic Conflict and Machine Politics in San Antonio, 1892-1899, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 63
Michael H. EBNER, (Moderator), Samuel P. Hays and the Social Analysis of the City: A Symposium (Making Urban History), in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 85
Jeremy BOULTON, Review Essay: The Quest for Stability in the Early Modern City, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 110
Allen F. DAVIS, Review Essay: Lewis Mumford: Man of Letters and Urban Historian, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 123
Mark H. ROSE, Review Essay: Planning Gets Down to Business, in: Journal of Urban History 19/4, 1992/93, p. 132

Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94
Karen SAWISLAK, Relief, Aid, and Order: Class, Gender, and the Definition of Community in the Aftermath of Chicago's Great Fire, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 3
Deon Van TONDER, Boycotts, Unresst, and the Western Areas Removal Scheme, 1949-1952, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 19
Thomas N. LINEHAN, Japanese American Resettlement in Cleveland During and After World War II, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 54
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with David Kahn: Urban History at the Brooklyn Historical Society, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 81
J. Christopher SCHNELL, Understanding the Urban West: Geography, Capitalism and Cities [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 107
David L. CARLTON, The Sunbelt Debate Revisited [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 114
Ruth BEN-GHIAT, Architecture and Urbanism in Fascist Italy [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 123
Sam Bass WARNER, Jr., The Public Settings of Everyday Life [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 133
Michael JOHNS, The Making of an Urban Elite: The Case of Rosario, Argentina, 1880-1920, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 155
John D. FAIRFIELD, The Scientific Management of Urban Space: Professional City Planning and the Legacy of Progressive Reform, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 179
Philipa BEAN, The Irish, the Italians, and Machine Politics, a Case Study: Utica, New York (1870-1960), in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 205
Loomis MAYFIELD, Chicago Wasn't Ready for Reform [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 240
Louise MCREYNOLDS, Urbanism as a Way of Russian Life [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 240
Richard WEIGHT, The Politics of Pleasure: The Left, Class Culture, and Leisure in England, 1918-1960 [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 252
Marilynn S. JOHNSON, The City and the Sword: A California Love Story [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 271
David SCHUYLER, Environmental Politics and the Decline of the Progressive Synthesis [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 277
Christine Meisner ROSEN; Arthur Tarr JOEL, The Importance of an Urban Perspective in Environmental History, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 299
Christopher HAMLIN, Environmental Sensibility in Edinburgh, 1839-1840: The 'Fetid Irrigation' Controversy, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 311
Andrew HURLEY, Creating Ecological Wastelands: Oil Pollution in New York City, 1870-1900, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 340
Martin V. MELOSI, Sanitary Services and Decision Making in Houston, 1876-1945, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 365
Adam W. ROME, Building on the Land: Towards an Environmental History of Residential Development in American Cities and Suburbs, 1870-1990, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 407
Lynn Hollen LEES, Urban Public Space and Imagined Communities in the 1980s and 1990s, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 443
Maria Ioannis BAGANHA, Growth and Stagnation: Problems of Theory and Method [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 451
Dolores HAYDEN, The Power of Place: Claiming Urban Landscapes as People's History, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 466
Richard HARRIS; Matt SENDBUEHLER, The Making of a Working-Class Suburb in Hamilton's East End, 1900-1945, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 486
Christopher WILLIAMS, The Revolution from Above in Soviet Medicine, Leningrad 1928-1932, in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 512
Emily HONIG, Class Conflict and Urban Identity in Modern East Asia [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 548
Joseph A. RODRIGUEZ, Mexicans in U.S. Cities: New Perspectives [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 554
Paul BARRETT, Chicago and Its Interpreters, 1892-1992 [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 20, 1993/94, p. 577

Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95
Sara MILLER MCCUNE, Publishers' Note, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 3
Carrie MULLEN, Publishers' Note, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 3
David GOLDFIELD, Editor's Note, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 5
Stuart M. BLUMIN, City Limits: Two Decades of Urban History in the JUH, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 7
Carl ABBOTT, Reading Urban History: Influential Books and Historians, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 31
Sam Bass WARNER, Jr., What To Do When No One Is Listening, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 44
Bruce M. STAVE, Introduction: The City in the Camera's Eye, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 55
Howard GILLETTE, Jr., Race Relations in Washington, D.C., 1878-1955: A Photographic Essay, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 57
Frederic M. MILLER, Race Relations in Washington, D.C., 1878-1955: A Photographic Essay, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 57
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Blaine A. Brownell, David Goldfield, and Raymond A. Mohl: Twenty Years of the Journal of Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 86
Lara MARKS, Jewish Identity and the City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 113
Jessica KROSS, The Dutch and the English in New York [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 118
Karen SAWISLAK, Processes of Urban Construction [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 130
Owen D. GUTFREUND, The Path of Prosperity: New York City's East River Drive, 1922-1990, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 147
Perry R. DUIS, Symbolic Unity and the Neighborhood: Chicago during World War II, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 184
Melanie ARCHER, Small Capitalism and Middle-Class Formation in Industrializing Detroit, 1880-1900, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 218
Jonathan MORRIS, Hamburg, Health, and Bourgeois Liberalism [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 256
Joel SCHWARTZ, Postindustrial New York and the End of Urban History [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 265
Kenneth W. GOINGS, Toward a Newd African American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 283
Raymond A. MOHL, Toward a New African American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 283
Elsa Barkley BROWN, Mapping the Terrain of Black Richmond, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 296
Gregg D. KIMBALL, Mapping the Terrain of Black Richmond, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 296
Earl LEWIS, Connecting Memory, Self, and the Power of Place in African American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 347
Kenneth W. GOINGS, 'Unhidden' Transcripts: Memphis and African American Agency, 1862-1920, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 372
Gerald L. SMITH, 'Unhidden' Transcripts: Memphis and African American Agency, 1862-1920, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 372
Raymond A. MOHL, Making the Second Ghetto in Metropolitan Miami, 1940-1960, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 395
Kenneth W. GOINGS, The Shifting Historiography of Africand American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 435
Raymond A. MOHL, The Shifting Historiography of African American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 435
Joe W. TROTTER, African Americans in the City: The Industrial Era, 1900-1950, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 438
Kenneth L. KUSMER, African Americans in the City since World War II: From the Industrial to the Post-Industrial Era, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 458
Steve ROSSWURM, Emancipation in New York and Philadelphia [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 505
Arnold R. HIRSCH, On the Waterfront: Race, Class, and Politics in Post-Reconstruction New Orleans [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 511
Cheryl GREENBERG, God and Man in Harlem [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 518
Christopher E. LINSIN, Point of Conflict: Twenthieth-Century Black Migration and Urbanization [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 527
John F. BAUMAN, The Truly Segregated?: Exploring the Urban Underclass [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 536
Hanchao LU, Creating Urban Outcasts: Shantytowns in Shanghai, 1920-1950, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 563
Joseph A. RODRIGUEZ, Ethnicity and the Horizontal City: Mexican Americans and the Chicano Movement in San Jose, California, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 597
Okechukwu OKEKE, Urban Politics in Aba: Rivalry between Indigenes and Nonindigenes since 1953, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 622
Lewis BERNSTEIN, New Research on Work and Ethnicity in Modern Shanghai [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 653
Richard DENNIS, Room for Improvement?: Recent Studies of Working-Class Housing [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 660
Howard CHUDACOFF, The Destiny of Peter Knights [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 674
Richard RODGER, Taking Stock: A Comment on Two Decades of Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 677
Stuart M. BLUMIN, A Reply to Richard Rodger, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 680
Moshe ADLER, Ideology and the Structure of American and European Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 691
Randall A. DODGEN, Salvaging Kaifeng: Natural Calamity and Urban Community in Late Imperiadl China, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 716
David O. STOWELL, Small Property Holders and the Great Strike of 1877: Railroads, City Streets, and the Middle Classes, in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 741
Felix DRIVER, Visualizing Landscapes [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 21, 1994/95, p. 764

Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96
Graeme DAVISON, Introduction, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 3
David HAMER, The Making of Urban New Zealand, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 6
Graeme DAVISON, Australia: The First Suburban Nation?, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 40
Alan MAYNE, A Just War: The Language of Slum Representation in Twentieth-Century Australia, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 75
Mark PEEL, The Rise and Fall of Social Mix in an Australian New Town, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 108
Lionel FROST, The Urban History Literature of Australia and New Zealand, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 141
Maureen A. FLANAGAN, The City Profitable, The City Livable: Environmental Policy, Gender, and Power in Chicago in the 1910s, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 163
Alexander Von HOFFMAN, Weaving the Urban Fabric: Nineteenth-Century Patterns of Residential Real Estate Development in Outer Boston, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 191
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Eric Monkkonen, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 231
Martin J. DAUNTON, Middle-Class Voluntarism and the City in Britain and America [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 253
Thomas R. METCALF, Colonial Urbanism in the French and British Empires [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 264
Pamela M. PILBEAM, The 'Stalled Society': The Regions Versus the Center [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 270
James BORCHERT, Residential City Suburbs: The Emergence of a New Suburban Type, 1880-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 283
Clifton HOOD, Changing Perceptions of Public Space on the New York Rapid Transit System, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 308
Kurt C. SCHLICHTING, Grand Central Terminal and the City Beautiful in New York, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 332
Eric W. M. ALLISON, Historic Preservation in a Development Dominated City: The Passage of New York City's Landmark Preservation Legislation, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 350
Leslie Page MOCH, Pushing at the Margins of French Urban History [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 377
James H. JACKSON, Jr., Social Order in Central European Cities [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 384
Patricia BURGESS, Profit, Planning, and Politics: Expanding the History of City Planning [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 391
Christopher SILVER, Visions of the Modern City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 399
Julio César PINO, Dark Mirror of Modernization: The Favelas of Rio de Janeiro in the Boom Years, 1948-1960, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 419
John LEAR, Mexico City: Space and Class in the Porfirian Capital 1884-1910, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 454
Gordon E. CHERRY, Bournville, England: 1895-1995, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 493
Jeffrey D. NEEDELL, Continuities and Change: A Century of Adaptation in Brazil [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 509
Maurice BERESFORD, Urban History: A Fragment of Autobiography and a Fragmentary Review [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 516
Elizabeth BAIGENT, Ideal Types and Otherness: Migrants and City Dwellers in the Nineteenth-Century British Isles [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 524
Stuart GALISHOFF, A Plague of Avarice, with Here and There a Dollop of Humanity [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 531
Michael HOLLERAN, Boston's 'Sacred Sky Line': From Prohibiting to sculpting Skyscrapers, 1891-1928, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 552
Alice O'CONNOR, Community Action, Urban Reform, and the Fight Against Poverty: The Ford Foundation's Gray Areas Programm, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 586
Robert WIEBE, The Urban Historian as Citizen: In Honor of Sam Bass Warner, Jr., in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 626
Dominic A. PACYGA, Central Park and the Public Sphere [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 649
Thomas BENDER, New York and the Rise of Urban Conservatism [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 656
Jon C. TEAFORD, The Heroes and Villains of Urban Renewal [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 665
Edward K. MULLER, Roy Lubove 1934-1995 [Obiturary], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 675
Carl ABBOTT, Thinking About Cities. The Central Tradition in U.S. Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 687
Charles TILLY, What Good is Urban History?, in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 702
Leslie A. CLARKSON, God, Man, and Cities: Creation, Re-Creation and Construction [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 720
Richard M. DUNN, Living, Dying, and Building in the Metropolis [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 727
Terry R. SLATER, The European Historic Towns Atlas [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 739
Thomas J. SUGRUE, More Than Skin Deep: Redevelopment and the Urban Crisis [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 22, 1995/96, p. 750

Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97
Norman FAINSTEIN; Susan NESBITT, Did the Black Ghetto Have a Golden Age?: Class Structure and Class Segregation in New York City, 1949-1970, With Initial Evidence for 1990, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 3
Robert A. SLAYTON, Labor and Urban Politics: District 31, Steel Workers Organizing Committee, and the Chicago Machine, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 29
Herbert S. KLEIN, The Demographic Structure of Mexico City in 1811, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 66
Penelope J. CORFIELD, New Approaches for Old Towns [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 94
D. K. DRUMMOND, From the Sub-Urban to the Suburban: Stages in the Urban Process in Britain, 1790-1970 [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 108
Wayne J. URBAN, Portaits of Failure [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 113
Kevin BOYLE, Capital Cities: Industry and Power in the Urban Midwest [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 120
Robert A. BURNHAM, Reform, Politics, and Race in Cincinatti: Proportional Representation and the City Charter committee, 1924-1959, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 131
Ravi KALIA, Bhubaneswar: Contrasting Visions in Traditional Indian and Modern European Architecture, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 164
Shelton STROMQUIST, The Crucible of Class. Cleveland Politics and the Origins of Municipal Reform in the Progressive Era, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 192
Rick HALPERN, Respatializing Marxism and Remapping Urban Space [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 221
Anthony R. HENDERSON, Prostitution and the City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 231
R. Burr LITCHFIELD, Medieval and Early-Modern Italian Cities [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 240
Maureen A. FLANAGAN, Women in the City, Women of the City: Where Do Women Fit in Urban History?, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 251
Suellen HOY, Caring for Chicago's Women and Girls: The Sisters of the Good Shepherd, 1859-1911, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 260
Maryann Gialanella VALIULIS, Toward 'The Moral and Material Improvement of the Working Classes': The Founding of the Alexandra College Guild Tenement Company, Dublin, 1898, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 295
Janice L. REIFF, A Modern Lear and His Daughters: Gender in the Model Town of Pullman, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 316
Jeanne Marie PENVENNE, Seeking the Factory for Women: Mozambican Urbanization in the Late Colonial Era, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 342
Mary A. DECREDICO, Image and Reality: Ken Burns and the Urban Confederacy, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 387
Douglas KARSNER, Aviation and Airports: The Impact on the Economic and Geographic Structure of American Cities, 1940s-1980s, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 406
Richard LONGSTRETH, The Forgotten Arterial Landscape: Photographic Documentation of Commercial Development Along Los Angeles Boulevards During the Interwar Years, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 437
Katherine A. LYNCH, European Migration History Writ Large and Small [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 460
David ORMROD, Feeding the Cities [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 468
D. M. PALLISER, English Medieval Cities and Towns: New Directions [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 474
Graham Russell HODGES, Planeurs, Prostitutes, and Historians: Sexual Commerce and Representation in the Nineteenth Century Metropolis [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 488
J. C. ROBERTSON, Civic and Other Loyalities [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 498
Anne C. MEYERING, Workers in European Cities, 1880 to 1950 [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 513
Marc H. CHOKO, Investment or Family Home?: Housing Ownership in Paris at the Turn of the Century, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 531
David T. BEITO, The 'Lodge Practice Evil' Reconsidered: Medical Care Through Fraternal Societies, 1900-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 569
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Rich Beard: Urban History in New York and at the Atlanta History Center [Interview], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 601
Campbell F. LLOYD, Achieving a Balance in Urban Educational History [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 623
Diane DRUMMOND, Locating Power and Authority in Urban Britain: The North-South Divide? [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 633
Joseph W. KONVITZ, Is Paris Beautiful?: An Essay on the Relations Between Ideas and Power [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 640
Sophie C. M. DE SCHAEPDRIJVER, Some Remarks on Urban History in Belgium [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 647
Fred W. VIEHE, The Revival of Urban Politics: Pro-Growth Versus Slow-Growth as an Organizing Theme for the Late Twentieth-Century City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 657
Stephen HARDY, Sport in Urbanizing America: A Historical Review, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 675
Peter BALDWIN, Antiprostitution Reform and the Use of Public Space in Hartford, Connecticut, 1878-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 709
Tom HANCETT, Metropolitan Frontiers: Atlanta, 1835-2000 [Exhibit Review], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 739
Judith R. RAFTERY, Western Urban History Comes of Age [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 744
Andrew WIESE, Suburbia: Middle Class to the Last? [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 750
Vanessa MARTIN, Illusions of the City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 760
Margaret SPRATT, Beyond Hull House: New Interpretations of the Settlement Movement in America [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 770
Barbara M. POSADAS, Crossing the Collar Line: Working Women at Desks, Switchboards, and Tables [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 23, 1996/97, p. 777

Journal of Urban History 24m 1997/98
Kathryn L. REYERSON, Public and Private Space in Medieval Montpellier: The bon Amic Square, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 3
Carl ABBOTT, The International City Hypothesis: An Approach to the Recent History of U.S. Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 28
Sarah S. ELKIND, Building a Better Jungle: Anti-Urban Sentiment, Public Works, and Political Reform in American Cities, 1880-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 53
Andrew R. L. CAYTON, On the Importance of Place, or, a Plea for Idiosyncrasy, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 79
Eric SANDWEISS, Searching for a 'Sense of Place', in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 88
Mark S. R. JENNER, Underground, Overground: Pollution and Place in Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 97
Greg HISE, City Slices, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 111
Joseph BRADLEY, Russia's Cities of Dreadful Delight, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 120
Simon RENTON, City Crowds and Criminal History, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 130
David R. RINGROSE, Capital Cities, Urbanization, and Modernization in Early Modern Europe, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 155
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Charles Tilly: Urban History and Urban Sociology, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 184
John R. GENNARI, Recovering the 'Noisy Lostness': History in the Age of Jazz, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 226
Peter B. LEVY, The Persistence of the Color Line, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 235
Michael B. KATZ, Segmented Visions: Recent Historical Writing on American Welfare, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 244
Julio César PINO, The Faces of Urban Poverty in Brazil: Squatter Life in Rio de Janeiro and the Northeast, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 256
J. M. ELLIS, A Steady State: Urban Society in Early Modern Europe, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 264
Nicholas PURCELL, Hydrology and Urbanism, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 278
Diego ARMUS; John LEAR, The Trajectory of Latin American Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 291
David SOWELL, Repertoires of Contention in Urban Colombia, 1760s-1940s: An Inquiry into Latin American Social Violence, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 302
Brian OWENSBY, Domesticating Modernity: Markets, Home, and Morality in the Middle Class in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, 1930s and 1940s, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 337
Diane E. DAVIS, The Social Construction of Mexico City: Political Conflict and Urban Development, 1950-1966, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 364
Diego ARMUS; Juan SURIANO, The Housing Issue in the Historiography of Turn-of-the-Century Buenos Aires, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 416
Pierre-Yves SAUNIER, Center and Centrality in the Nineteenth Century: Some Concepts of Urban Disposition under the Spot of Locality, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 435
Jean-Pierre COLLIN, A Housing Model for Lower- and Middle-Class Wage Earners in a Montreal Suburb: Saint-Léonard, 1955-1967, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 468
Stephen BLAKE, Three Perspectives on Indian Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 491
Tim HITCHCOCK, Roy Porter: Historian of London and Reluctant Postmodernist, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 497
Kathleen UNO, Laboring Classes in Urban Japan, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 507
Bill LUCKIN, Versions of the Environmental, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 510
Elliot J. GORN, Selling Urban Dreams, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 524
Burton W. PERETTI, Chief Amusements, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 534
Joseph A. RODRIGUEZ, How Mexicans Became Mexican Americans: Recent Studies of Immigration, Labor, and Ethnic Identities, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 542
Danielle Sibener PENSLEY, The Socialist City? A Critical Analysis of Neubaugebiet Hellersdorf, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 563
David W. GALENSON, Ethnicity, Neighborhood, and the School Attendance of Boys in Antebellum Boston, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 603
Vanessa HARDING, Diversity and Success in the Medieval City, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 627
Peter BORSAY, Fat Sources and Big Ideas: Society, Enlightenment, and the Town, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 643
Steven DINER, The Nation's City, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 655
Raphaël FISCHLER, Health, Safety, and the General Welfare: Markets, Politics, and Social Science in Early Land-Use Regulation and Community Design, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 675
Peter READ, The Destruction of Mahers Road Beecroft, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 720
Derek KEENE, Hors D'Oeuvres: Archaeology and the History of English Towns, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 743
Brian COWEN, Reading Early Modern London, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 755
David SOWELL, Recent Perspectives on the Latin American City, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 764
Kristin STAPELTON, Foreigners and China's Modern Cities, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 768
John T. CUMBLER, What It Means to Be a Worker, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 775
Clifton HOOD, New Studies in Gay and Lesbian History, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 782
Blair A. RUBLE, The Great American Metropolis, in: Journal of Urban History 24, 1997/98, p. 793

Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99
Raymond A. MOHL, City and Region: The Missing Dimension in U.S. Urban History, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 3
Stephen V. BITTNER, Green Cities and Orderly Streets: Space and Culture in Moscow, 1928-1933, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 22
Roger BILES, Thinking the Unthinkable about Our Cities: Thirty Years Later, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 57
Bruce M. STAVE, A Conversation with Charles M. Harr: Urban History and the Great Society, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 75
Glenna MATTHEWS, Whose Backyard? Cities, Suburbs, and the American Soul [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 94
Joseph C. BIGOTT, Comprehending the Landscape: Gas Stations, Grass, Great Streets, and Grand Avenues [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 103
Becky M. NICOLAIDES, The Resort City Gets Real [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 110
Ted W. MARGADANT, Comparative Perspectives on Cities and States [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 130
Heather Ann THOMPSON, Rethinking the Politics of White Flight in the Postwar City: Detroit, 1945-1980, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 163
Peyton MCCRARY, The Dynamics of Minority Vote Dilution: The Case of Augusta, Georgia, 1945-1986, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 199
Michele H. BOGART, Public Space and Public Memory in New York's City Hall Park, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 226
Elaine S. ABELSON, Homeless in America [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 258
Edward T. O'DONNELL, How the Irish Became Urban [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 271
Bryant T. RAGAN , Jr., Urban Politics in the Age of the French Revolution, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 287
Graham MOONEY, Public Places and Private Lives in Imperial London, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 294
Mark H. ROSE; Joel A. TARR, Introduction to the Special Issue, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 315
Maureen OGLE, Water Supply, Waste Disposal, and the Culture of Privatism in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American City, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 321
Martha J. BIANCO, Technological Innovation and the Rise and Fall of Urban Mass Transit, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 348
Clayd MCSHANE, The Origins and Globalization of Traffic Control Signals, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 379
Paul BARRETT; Mark H. ROSE, Street Smarts: The Politics of Transportation Statistics in the American City, 1900-1990, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 405
Joel A. TARR, A Note on the Horse as an Urban Power Source, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 434
Glenna MATTHEWS, 'The Los Angeles of the North': San Jose's Transition from Fruit Capital to High-Tech Metropolis, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 459
Félix V. Matos RODRÍGUEZ, Spatial and Demographic Change in Nineteenth-Century San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1800-1868, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 477
Penelope J. CORFIELD, A Conversation with Vera Bácskai: Urban History in Hungary, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 514
Elizabeth BAIGENT, Typologies of Urban History [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 536
Paul GRIFFITHS, Family and Community in Late Medieval and Early Modern Towns [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 547
Kathleen WILSON, Languages of Class, Practices of Power: The English Middle Class from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Centuries [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 557
Robert B. SHOEMAKER, Gender, Language, and Urban Social Relations in Europe, 1540-1850 [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 570
James BORCHERT, Viewing the 'Underclass' and Ghetto from the Top Down [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 583
Anthony M. ORUM, Peering into the Urban Future: Blurred Visions, Double Visions, and a Little Clear Thinking [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 594
Timothy R. MAHONEY, 'A Common Band of Brotherhood': Male Subcultures, the Booster Ethos, and the Origins of Urban Social Order in the Midwest of the 1840s, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 619
Kristin M. SZYLVIAN, Industrial Housing Reformd and the Emergency Fleet Corporation, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 647
Stephen METRAUX, Waiting for the Wrecking Ball: Skid Row in Postindustrial Philadelphia, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 690
Gail RADFORD, Housing Ideals and Realities: New Historical Explorations [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 716
Maureen A. FLANAGAN, The Disorderly Urban Community [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 725
Andrew LEES, Cities, Society, and Culture in Modern Germany: Recent Writings by Americans on the Großstadt [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 734
Chris EVANS, Capital, Labor, and Class in the Victorian City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 745
Timothy SPEARS, From Yawp to Discourse: The Language of Urban America [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 755
Geneviève MASSARD-GUILBAUD, The Genesis of an Urban Identity: The Quartier de la Gare in Clermont-Ferrand, 1850-1914, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 779
Robert B. FAIRBANKS, Rethinking Urban Problems: Planning, Zoning, and City Government in Dallas, 1900-1930, in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 809
Dana L. BARRON, Sex and Single Girls in the Twentieth-Century City [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 838
Max PAGE, Four Ways of Looking at City Building in America [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 848
Michael HOLLERAN, 'The Machine That Makes the Land Pay': Recent Skycraper Scholarship [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 860
David D. HEBB, Merchant Communities in Eighteenth-Century English Ports [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 868
Paul BETTS, German Modernity as New Historical Object [Review Article], in: Journal of Urban History 25, 1998/99, p. 874

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