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 41 (2)

Introduction: Reinventing the American Postindustrial City
Karimi, P., vol. 41 (2): 147-157
Postindustrialization and the City of Consumption: Attempted Revitalization in Asbury Park, New Jersey
Ammon, F. R., vol. 41 (2): 158-174
Immigrant Island Cities in Industrial Detroit
Akhtar, S., vol. 41 (2): 175-192
Theaster Gates's Dorchester Projects in Chicago
Reinhardt, K., vol. 41 (2): 193-206
New Bedford Resurgent: A New England Town-Gown Story
Dempsey, A. M., vol. 41 (2): 207-226
Getting Out of a Spot: Deployed Technologies and Revamped Codes for a Thriving Twenty-First-Century City
Norman, M., vol. 41 (2): 227-244
The Creative Class, Urban Boosters, and Race: Shaping Urban Revitalization in Kansas City, Missouri
L'Heureux, M.-A., vol. 41 (2): 245-260
Urban Triage, City Systems, and the Remnants of Community: Some "Sticky" Complications in the Greening of Detroit
Kirkpatrick, L. O., vol. 41 (2): 261-278
Limitations of the Temporary: Landscape and Abandonment
Desimini, J., vol. 41 (2): 279-293
Debris of What-Would-Have-Been: A Photo-Essay Concerning Deindustrialization in Hyper-capitalist and Post-socialist Cities
Grigor, T., Katchi.db, R., vol. 41 (2): 294-306
Decline and Renaissance: Photographing Detroit in the 1940s and 1980s
Aelbrecht, W., vol. 41 (2): 307-325
Urban Decay Photography and Film: Fetishism and the Apocalyptic Imagination
Arnold, S., vol. 41 (2): 326-339
The City from Afar: Urbanization and the Aerial View in Alvin Coburn's The Octopus
Stubblefield, T., vol. 41 (2): 340-353

Volume 41 (1)

Coordinator's Introduction to the Forum
Muller, E. K., vol. 41 (1): 3-5
Selling Pittsburgh as America's Renaissance City
Grantmyre, L., vol. 41 (1): 5-13
Fantasy Meets Reality: The Pittsburgh Renaissance and Urban Utopias
Isaacson, M. P., vol. 41 (1): 13-19
Health and Renaissance: Academic Medicine and the Remaking of Modern Pittsburgh
Simpson, A. T., vol. 41 (1): 19-27
"Live on the Hills and Work in the City": Rise and Fall of Renaissance in Pittsburgh's Regional Hinterland
Dieterich-Ward, A., vol. 41 (1): 28-34
Decline Is Renewal
Vitale, P., vol. 41 (1): 34-39
Renaissance and Retrenchment in the 1970s
Neumann, T., vol. 41 (1): 39-43