Journal of Urban History articles

Volume 42 (3)

Freedom North Studies, the Long Civil Rights Movement, and Twentieth-Century Liberalism in American Cities
Purnell, B., vol. 42 (3): 634-640
"I Love You Peters Proud Creation": Cultural Topographies of St. Petersburg
Anemone, A., vol. 42 (3): 641-646
From Silks to Spices: Changing Processes of Retailing and Consumption in Eighteenth-Century English Towns
Dyer, S., vol. 42 (3): 647-653

Volume 42 (2)

Health Care and Urban Revitalization: A Historical Overview
Day, J. N., vol. 42 (2): 247-258
The Hospital City in an Ethnic Enclave: Tufts-New England Medical Center, Bostons Chinatown, and the Urban Political Economy of Health Care
McKee, G. A., vol. 42 (2): 259-283
"The University that Ate Birmingham": The Healthcare Industry, Urban Development, and Neoliberalism
Conner, C. A., vol. 42 (2): 284-305
"We Will Gladly Join You in Partnership in Harrisburg or We Will See You in Court": The Growth of Large Not-for-Profits and Consequences of the "Eds and Meds" Renaissance in the New Pittsburgh
Simpson, A. T., vol. 42 (2): 306-322
Building the World That Kills Us: The Politics of Lead, Science, and Polluted Homes, 1970 to 2000
Rosner, D., Markowitz, G., vol. 42 (2): 323-345
"Bringing DNA into the Neighborhood" in San Francisco: A Personal Recollection
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 346-358
Conflict or Collaboration: Academic Medical Centers and Their Communities, A Commentary
Risse, G. B., vol. 42 (2): 359-362
Reimagining a Community: Worker Protest and Illicit Artisans in Early Seventeenth-Century Norwich
McClendon, M. C., vol. 42 (2): 363-376
The City and Imperial Propaganda: A Comparative Study of Empire Day in England, Australia, and New Zealand c. 1903-1914
Beaven, B., Griffiths, J., vol. 42 (2): 377-395
Death and the City: Female Public Suicide and Meaningful Space in Modern Mexico City
Sloan, K. A., vol. 42 (2): 396-418
Stand Our Ground: The Street Justice of Urban American Riots, 1900 to 1968
Elkins, A., vol. 42 (2): 419-437
Real Estate and the City: Considering the History of Capitalism and Urban History
Glotzer, P., vol. 42 (2): 438-445
Urban History, the Slave Trade, and the Atlantic World 1500-1900
Edwards, E., vol. 42 (2): 446-450
Cities under Duress
Carroll, P. J., vol. 42 (2): 451-458

Volume 42 (1)

Introduction. Unmarried and Unknown: Urban Men and Women in the Low Countries Since the Early Modern Period
Devos, I., Schmidt, A., De Groot, J., vol. 42 (1): 3-20
Women Alone in Early Modern Dutch Towns: Opportunities and Strategies to Survive
Schmidt, A., van der Heijden, M., vol. 42 (1): 21-38
Rural Single Female Migrants in Early-Nineteenth-Century Bruges: An Exception to the Rules?
De Langhe, S., vol. 42 (1): 39-60
Alone and Far from Home: Gender and Migration Trajectories of Single Foreign Newcomers to Antwerp, 1850-1880
Greefs, H., Winter, A., vol. 42 (1): 61-80
Discourses versus Life Courses: Servants Extramarital Sexual Activities in Flanders during the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Matthys, C., vol. 42 (1): 81-100
Life and Death of Singles in Dutch Cities, 1850-1940
Kok, J., Mandemakers, K., vol. 42 (1): 101-120
Service Access in Premodern Cities: An Exploratory Comparison of Spatial Equity
Stanley, B. W., Dennehy, T. J., Smith, M. E., Stark, B. L., York, A. M., Cowgill, G. L., Novic, J., Ek, J., vol. 42 (1): 121-144
Place and Politics at the Frankfurt Paulskirche after 1945
Rose, S. E., vol. 42 (1): 145-161
The Streetcar in the Urban Imaginary of Latin America
Rosenthal, A., vol. 42 (1): 162-179
Between Order and Modernity: Resurgence Planning in Revolutionary Egypt
Selim, G., vol. 42 (1): 180-200
The Zebra Murders: Race, Civil Liberties, and Radical Politics in San Francisco
Lamberson, C., vol. 42 (1): 201-225
Revisiting the Urban Steelbelts Liberalism: A Retrospective on Roger Biless Recent Scholarship
Shermer, E. T., vol. 42 (1): 226-232
Shifting Currents: Intellectual and Political Histories of the Urban Water Supply
Moga, S. T., vol. 42 (1): 233-236
Conflict and Religion in Late Medieval Urban Society
Davis, J., vol. 42 (1): 237-242

Volume 41 (6)

Dancing in the Streets: The Arts in Postwar U.S. Cities--Introduction
Foulkes, J. L., vol. 41 (6): 955-961
Building a Midwest Cultural Capital: Professional Theater and Urban Development in Minneapolis
Engstrom, S., vol. 41 (6): 962-980
Between the "Culture of Poverty" and the Cultural Revolution: Katherine Dunham's Performing Arts Training Center in East St. Louis, 1965-1973
Das, J. D., vol. 41 (6): 981-998
The Artist as Developer and Advocate: Real Estate and Public Policy in SoHo, New York
Shkuda, A., vol. 41 (6): 999-1016
The "Loft Cause" or "Bohemia Gone Bourgeois?": Artist Housing and Private Development in Greenwich Village
Trask, J., vol. 41 (6): 1017-1031
Seeing the City: The Filming of West Side Story
Foulkes, J. L., vol. 41 (6): 1032-1051
Landscape in Motion: Nostalgia and Urban Redevelopment in Ed Ruscha's Then & Now: Hollywood Boulevard, 1973-2004
Reynolds, M., vol. 41 (6): 1052-1072
City Stories: Place-Making Narratives in the Rise and Fall of Urban America
Bachin, R. F., vol. 41 (6): 1073-1076
Fear, Commercialism, Reform, and Antebellum Tourism to New York City
Gassan, R. H., vol. 41 (6): 1077-1090