The Journal of Urban History is pleased to announce the table of contents for the July 2022 issue.
Journal of Urban History
Volume 48, Number 4 / July 2022
Dangerous Librarians: The Survival of Branch Libraries in New York’s Fiscal Crisis
From Black Power to Broken Windows: Liberal Philanthropy and the Carceral State
The Enclosure of the Ejidos of Bogotá Imperial Wars and the End of Common Lands in Colonial New Granada
Constanza Castro Benavides
The Transformation of Private Space in the Later Middle Ages: Rooms and Living Standards in the Kingdom of Valencia (1280-1450)
Luis Almenar Fernández, Antonio Belenguer González
Portugal’s Rising Research in Architecture and Urbanism: The Influence of International Research Centres and Authors
Partrícia Bento D'Almeida, Teresa Marat-Mendes, Michel Toussaint
Berlin Not for Sale: The Film Lens as a Tool of Urban Exploration in 1960s West Berlin
The Development Discourse During Socialist Romania in Visual Representations of the Urban Area
Carefree Streets as Negotiated Play Spaces in Tokyo
Anthony Murithi Njeru
Urbanizing Camels: Camels in Beijing, 1900-1937
Asian Cities: Armature, Enclave, Heterotopia
Marie Gibert-Flutre and Heidi Imai (eds.) (2020). Asian Alleyways: An Urban Vernacular in Times of Globalization. Amsterdam University Press. 226 pages, notes, bibliographies, index, $102.60 (hardback).
K.C. Ho (2020). Neighbourhoods for the City in Pacific Asia. Amsterdam University Press. 236 pages, notes, bibliographies, index, $106.63 (hardback).
Minna Valjakka and Meiqin Wang (eds.) (2018). Visual Arts, Representations, and Interventions in Contemporary China: Urbanized Interface. Amsterdam University Press. 323 pages, notes, bibliographies, index, $111.86 (hardback).
Understanding Chicago’s Latino Communities Through Religion, Politics, and Identity
Frances Aparicio (2019) Negotiating Latinidad: Intralatino/a Lives in Chicago. Urbana, Chicago, Springfield: University of Illinois Press, pp. xviii, 162 pages, appendix, notes, bibliography, index, $26.00 paper.
John H. Flores (2018). The Mexican Revolution in Chicago: Immigration Politics from the Early Twentieth Century to the Cold War. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, xi +234 pages, tables, notes, bibliography, index, $99.00 cloth, $28.00 paper.
Deborah E. Kanter (2019). Chicago Católico: Making Catholic Parishes Mexican. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 232 pages, photographs, maps, charts, tables, notes, index, $24.95 paper.
Saving the Barrio: Immigration and Social Movements in Latino Urban History
Llana Barber (2017). Latino City: Immigration and Urban Crisis in Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1945-2000. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 325 + xii pp., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, $29.95 paper.
Eduardo Contreras (2019). Latinos and the Liberal City: Politics and Protest in San Francisco. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 256, + x pp., illustrations, maps, notes, index, acknowledgements, $45.00, paper.
José E. Cruz, Liberalism and Identity Politics – Puerto Rican Community Organizations and Collective Action in New York City, Centro Press, New York, pp. xv, 171, tables, notes, bibliography, index, $24.99, paper.
A.K. Sandoval-Strausz (2019). Barrio America – How Latino Immigrants Saved the American City. New York: Basic Books, pp. 416, illustrations, acknowledgements, notes, index, $32.00 paper.
The Intersection of Sexuality, Privacy, and Protest After World War II
Clayton Howard (2019). The Closet and the Cul-de-Sac: The Politics of Sexual Privacy in Northern California. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 300 pp., maps, illustrations, notes, index, acknowledgments, $45.00 cloth.
Marc Stein (2019). The Stonewall Riots – A Documentary History. New York University Press, New York, pp. x, 299, illustrations, acknowledgments, notes, index, $35.00, paper.
Andrew Stoner (2019). The Journalist of Castro Street: The Life of Randy Shilts. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. xii, 230, illustrations, notes, index, $22.95 paper.