Journal of Urban History articles

Volume 39 (3)

Good Neighbors for Fair Housing: Suburban Liberalism and Racial Inequality in Metropolitan Boston
Geismer, L., vol. 39 (3): 454-477
Archaeology, Nostalgia, and Tourism in Post-Civil War Barcelona (1939-1959)
Munoz-Rojas Oscarsson, O., vol. 39 (3): 478-494
Greening Urban Renewal: Expo '74, Urban Environmentalism and Green Space on the Spokane Riverfront, 1965-1974
Bryson, J., vol. 39 (3): 495-512
A Failure to Deliver: Municipal Poverty and the Provision of Public Services in Imperial Sao Paulo, Brazil 1822-1889
Hanley, A. G., vol. 39 (3): 513-535
Checkerboard Neighborhood: Morris Milgram and Privately Developed Interracial Housing in Princeton, New Jersey
Frisone, N., vol. 39 (3): 536-554
Imag(in)ing Work and Urban Experience in the New Deal
Allen, H., vol. 39 (3): 555-559
Meaningful Designs: Orchestrating the Immigrant and Ethnic Landscape
Urban, A., vol. 39 (3): 560-569
Law and the Early Modern City in Political Thought and Social Theory: From the Catholic and Protestant Natural Law Tradition to Giambattista Vico
Marino, J. A., vol. 39 (3): 570-575

Volume 39 (2)

"A Period of Turmoil": Pittsburgh's April 1968 Riots and Their Aftermath
Ribeiro, A., vol. 39 (2): 147-171
Working within the Labyrinth of Race: Crystal Bird Fauset, Urban African American Women, and the National Democratic Party, 1934-1944
McGuire, J. T., vol. 39 (2): 172-192
Historic Preservation's Urban Renewal Roots: Preservation and Planning in Midcentury Philadelphia
Ryberg, S. R., vol. 39 (2): 193-213
Kingston, Jamaica, and Charleston, South Carolina: A New Look at Comparative Urbanization in Plantation Colonial British America
Burnard, T., Hart, E., vol. 39 (2): 214-234
The State of Ambiguity of the Communist Civic Center in Three Romanian Secondary Cities: Braila, Pitesti, and Sibiu
Rauta, A., vol. 39 (2): 235-254
Viewing and Walking: Swedish Visitors to Eighteenth-Century London
Ryden, G., vol. 39 (2): 255-274
The Home Owners' Loan Corporation and the Development of the Residential Security Maps
Greer, J., vol. 39 (2): 275-296
Creative Destruction: Shaping a High-Modernist City in Interwar Turkey
Ungor, U. U., vol. 39 (2): 297-314
The Bronx in Australia: The Metaphoric Stigmatization of Public Housing Tenants in Australian Towns and Cities
Birdsall-Jones, C., vol. 39 (2): 315-330
Placing Tokyo in Time and Space
Waley, P., vol. 39 (2): 331-335
Making and Remaking Boston's Environmental History, for Bostonians and for the Rest of Us
Longhurst, J., vol. 39 (2): 336-341
"First Blacks," Race and the Twentieth-Century City
Bigham, D. E., vol. 39 (2): 342-347
Wish Images for Twenty-First-Century (American) Cities
Sankalia, T., vol. 39 (2): 348-356

Volume 39 (1)

Suburban Diversity in Postwar America
Lassiter, M. D., Niedt, C., vol. 39 (1): 3-14
The Changs Next Door to the Diazes: Suburban Racial Formation in Los Angeles's San Gabriel Valley
Cheng, W., vol. 39 (1): 15-35
"It Was a Real Village": Community Identity Formation among Black Middle-Class Residents in Pontchartrain Park
Gafford, F. D., vol. 39 (1): 36-58
Family Ideals: The Diverse Meanings of Residential Space in Chicago during the Post-World War II Baby Boom
Potter, S., vol. 39 (1): 59-78
"Public Benefits from Public Choice": Producing Decentralization in Metropolitan Los Angeles, 1954-1973
Connor, M. A., vol. 39 (1): 79-100
Glass and Steel: The Shell Oil/Bulova Tower as a Psycho-Spatial Aglet at the Canadian National Exhibition, 1955-1985
Munroe, J. A., vol. 39 (1): 101-129
Under a Golden Sun: The Cultural Politics and Industrial Development of Southern California
Schrank, S., vol. 39 (1): 130-138
Is Bigger Better? Urban History on a Millennial Scale
Friedrichs, C. R., vol. 39 (1): 139-142

Volume 38 (6)

Saints and the "Long Civil Rights Movement": Claiming Space in Memphis
Beaupre, L. E., vol. 38 (6): 971-1002
"Every Man His Own Landlord": Working-class Suburban Speculation and the Antebellum Republican City
Heath, A., vol. 38 (6): 1003-1020
Ordering the Disorderly Slum: "Standardizing" Quality of Life in Marseille Tenements and Bidonvilles
Nasiali, M., vol. 38 (6): 1021-1035
The Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Redlining, and the National Proliferation of Racial Lending Discrimination, 1921-1950
Woods, L. L., vol. 38 (6): 1036-1059
The Machine in the City: Public Appropriation of the Tramway in Britain and Germany, 1870-1915
Schmucki, B., vol. 38 (6): 1060-1093
Competing Visions of the American Single-Family Home: Defining McMansions in the New York Times and Dallas Morning News, 2000-2009
Miller, B. J., vol. 38 (6): 1094-1113
Transportation and Power
Basmajian, C., vol. 38 (6): 1114-1120
Model Miami: Finding New Urban Paradigms for New American Cities
Lasner, M. G., vol. 38 (6): 1121-1127
Entrepreneurial Bureaucrats in the Neighborhood
McNickle, C., vol. 38 (6): 1128-1132
The Death of the Skyscraper
Merwood-Salisbury, J., vol. 38 (6): 1133-1137
Stories of Chicago: Narrative, Theory, and Evidence
Lewis, R., vol. 38 (6): 1138-1144