Journal of Urban History

Journal of Urban History (JUH), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, provides scholars and professionals with the latest research, analyses, and discussion on the history of cities and urban societies throughout the world. JUH presents original research by distinguished authors from the variety of fields concerned with urban history. Each insightful issue offers the latest scholarship on such topics as public housing, migration, urban growth, and more.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0096-1442
ISSN (online): 
1552-6771

Latest articles

Volume 40 (4)

Coordinator's Introduction to the Forum
von Hoffman, A., vol. 40 (4): 631-633
Christopher Klemek's Response to "The Roots and Routes of Urban Renewal"
Klemek, C., vol. 40 (4): 633-635
Jennifer S. Light's Response to "Thinking through Urban Renewal"
Light, J. S., vol. 40 (4): 635-636
Jon Teaford's Response to "The Roots and Routes of Urban Renewal"
Teaford, J., vol. 40 (4): 636-637
Suleiman Osman's Response to "The Roots and Routes of Urban Renewal"
Osman, S., vol. 40 (4): 638-639
Gail Radford's Response to "An 'Ethic of City Rebuilding'"
Radford, G., vol. 40 (4): 640-641
Remember the Workers, Kristin Szylvian's Response to "Thinking through Urban Renewal"
Szylvian, K. M., vol. 40 (4): 641-643
Rip It Up and Start Again? Response to Forum on "The Roots and Routes of Urban Renewal"
Zipp, S., vol. 40 (4): 644-647
The St. Louis Rent Strike of 1969: Transforming Black Activism and American Low-Income Housing
Karp, M., vol. 40 (4): 648-670
"No Crystal Stair": The Cleveland Public Schools and the Struggle for Equality, 1900-1930
Miggins, E. M., vol. 40 (4): 671-698
Shantytown Revolution: Slum Clearance, Rent Control, and the Cuban State, 1937-1955
Horst, J., vol. 40 (4): 699-718
"Everybody Was Looking for a Good Government Job": Occupational Choice during Segregation in Arlington, Virginia
Perry, N., Reybold, L. E., Waters, N., vol. 40 (4): 719-741
Trade, Transport, and Storage in Amsterdam Inns (1450-1800)
Hell, M., vol. 40 (4): 742-761
A Symbolic Landscape for Suburbia: Baltimore Chizuk Amuno's "Hebrew Culture Garden"
Kargon, J., vol. 40 (4): 762-791
Place and the City Biography: Between the Local and the Universal in the Sun Belt
Holliday, K. E., vol. 40 (4): 792-798
For the Love of Cities
von Hoffman, A., vol. 40 (4): 799-805
Networks of Power, Knowledge, and Control in Industrializing America
Zonderman, D. A., vol. 40 (4): 806-811
A Queer Public Sphere: Urban History's Sexual Landscape
Potter, C., vol. 40 (4): 812-822

Volume 40 (3)

The Place of the City: Collaborative Learning, Urban History, and Transformations in Higher Education
Meringolo, D. D., vol. 40 (3): 419-424
Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore: Seeing the Connections of Research, Teaching, and Service as Justice
King, P. N., vol. 40 (3): 425-449