Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Journal of Urban History

Editor's Tribute to Raymond A. Mohl
Goldfield, D., vol. 41 (3): 359-359
Tribute to Raymond A. Mohl, 1938-2015
Biles, R., Rose, M. H., vol. 41 (3): 360-367
The Rise of Italy's Neo-Ghettos
Clough Marinaro, I., vol. 41 (3): 368-387
The New Orleans Lakefront: Nostalgia and the Fate of New Urbanism
Benac, D., vol. 41 (3): 388-403
Where Houston Met Hollywood: Giant, Glenn McCarthy, and the Construction of a Modern City
Calhoun, C., vol. 41 (3): 404-419
Selling Atlanta: Black Mayoral Politics from Protest to Entrepreneurism, 1973 to 1990
Levy, J. A., vol. 41 (3): 420-443
Sardinero and Not a Can of Sardines: Soccer and Spanish Ethnic Identities in New York City during the 1920s
Bunk, B. D., vol. 41 (3): 444-459
"A Town Should Be Built to Make the Whole Thing Work": Modeling Patterson, City Beautiful of California's Central Valley
Ekman, P., vol. 41 (3): 460-478
Exclusion in Arcadia: How Suburban Developers Circulated Ideas about Discrimination, 1890-1950
Glotzer, P., vol. 41 (3): 479-494
The Costs and Consequences of Living in a World Shaped by Leisure Culture: New Literature on Tourism and Urban Recreation in America
Guillen, N., vol. 41 (3): 495-500
Urban Jewish Transformations
Goldstone, G. O., vol. 41 (3): 501-507
Chinese Cities in a Time of Change
Tsui, C. C. M., vol. 41 (3): 508-513
Dreams of Los Angeles: Traversing Power, Navigating Space, and Recovering the Everyday
Zarsadiaz, J., vol. 41 (3): 514-520
Cosmopolitan Attachment: Pluralism and Civic Identity in Late Ottoman Cities
Ersoy, A., vol. 41 (3): 521-525
The City and American Environmentalism
Gioielli, R., vol. 41 (3): 526-533
Miles to Go before We Sleep: Well-Worn Paths and New Directions for Educational Historians
Alvarez, R. L., vol. 41 (3): 534-540
Paris: Haussmann and After
Jordan, D. P., vol. 41 (3): 541-549
Making Visual Order of Urban Disorder: New York City's Nineteenth-Century Illustrated Press
Guarneri, J., vol. 41 (3): 550-554
Corrigendum
vol. 41 (3): 555-555

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