JUH March 2022 Table of Contents

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The Journal of Urban History is pleased to announce the table of contents for the March 2022 issue:

Journal of Urban History
Volume 48, Number 2 / March 2022


Sunlight and Gaslight: Mapping Light in Mid-Nineteenth Century New York City
     Rachel Eu

The Politics of Commemorating the Woman Suffrage Movement in New York City: On the Women’s Rights Pioneer Monument
     Sierra Rooney

Healing the Sick City: Local Guiders, Visiting Nurses, and Vernaculars of Pain on New York’s Lower East Side
     Erin K Cunningham, Joel Black

From “Jungles of Terror” to “God Will Begin a Healing in this City”: Billy Graham and Evangelicals on Cities and Suburbs
     Brian Miller

The Myth of Islamic Heritage Versus Authentic Tradition
     Abeer Allahham

The University and East Asian Cities: The Variegated Origins of Urban Universities in Colonial Seoul and Singapore

     Do Young Oh

New Town Planning as Diplomatic Planning: Scalar Politics, British–Chinese Relations, and Hong Kong
     Maurice Yip

“Not so Much Orwellian as Kafkaesque”: The War on Crime, Information Sharing Systems, and the Limits of Criminal Justice Modernization and Surveillance in Los Angeles County
     Stephen Bohigian

The Bill Clinton Rationale for Welfare Reform: Examining Implications of Race, Class, and Gender Using Documents
     Aziza Tahar Djebbar

Celebrating the Great Union through Smart Digital Solutions: Lessons from Alba Iulia, Romania
     Alexandru Sabin Nicula, Cristian Nicolae Boțan, Viorel Gligor, Emanuela Adina Cociș

Review Essays

Our Nation Is Moving Toward Two Societies: Race, (Im)Mobility, and the Inequalities of Capitalism in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Brandon T. Jett

Genevieve Carpio (2019). Collisions at the Crossroads – How Place and Mobility Make Race.
Oakland: University of California Press, 238 + xx pp., maps, illustrations, notes, bibliography,
index, $29.95, paper.

Fred Harris and Alan Curtis, eds. (2018). Healing our Divided Society – Investing in America
Fifty Years after the Kerner Report. Philadelphia, Rome, Tokyo: Temple University Press, xii +
469 pp., illustrations, tables, notes, index, $24.95 paper, $99.95 cloth.

Patrick Sharkey (2013). Stuck in Place: Urban Neighborhoods and the End of Progress Toward
Racial Equality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 250 + x pp., illustrations, notes, index,
$90.00 cloth, $30.00 paper.

Reassessing Black Urban Politics and Activism, 1865-1930s

Hilary N. Green

Paula C. Austin (2019). Coming of Age in Jim Crow DC: Navigating the Politics of Everyday
Life. New York: New York University Press, 2019, pp. 143, notes, bibliography, index, $26.00

Millington W. Bergeson-Lockwood (2018). Race over Party: Black Politics and Partisanship.
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, pp. 186, notes, bibliography, index, illustrations,
$29.95 paper.

Dennis Patrick Halpin (2019). A Brotherhood of Liberty: Black Reconstruction and its Legacy in
Baltimore, 1865-1920. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 182, notes, index,
illustrations, maps, $39.95 paper.

The Maturing of Texas Urban History

Robert Fairbanks

Alan Lessoff (2019). Where Texas Meets the Sea: Corpus Christi & its History. Austin:
University of Texas Press, 294 pp., tables, maps, illustrations, acknowledgments, notes,
knowledge of urban history. $24.99, paper.

Char Miller (2018). San Antonio: A Tricentennial History. Texas State Historical Association,
Austin, TX, 161 + xii pp., illustrations, bibliography, notes, index, $20, paper.

Eliot M. Tretter (2016). Shadows of a Sunbelt City: The Environment, Racism, and the
Knowledge Economy in Austin. Athens GA: University of Georgia Press, 179 + viii pp.,
illustrations, bibliography, index, $24.95, $74.95 cloth.

Transformation and Tradition: Recent Scholarship on Italian Cities from the Golden Age
to the Age of Uncertainty, 1945 to the Present

Anthony L. Cardoza

Clough Marinaro, Isabella, and Thomassen, Bjørn, eds. (2014). Global Rome: Changing Faces of the Eternal City. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 298 pp., $85 (hardback), $32 (paper).

Dines, Nick (2012). Tuff City: Urban Change and Contested Space in Central Naples. New Yorkand Oxford: Berghahn, xii + 347 pp., $135 (hardback), $34.95 (paper).

Guano, Emanuela (2017). Creative Urbanity: An Italian Middle Class in the Shade of
Revitalization. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 242 pp., $65 (cloth).

Lumley, Robert, and Foot, John, eds. (2004). Italian Cityscapes: Culture and Urban Change in
Contemporary Italy. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, xii + 237 pp., $112 (hardback), $30

The Food Supply We Take for Granted

Jennifer Jensen Wallach

Gergely Baics (2016). Feeding Gotham: The Political Economy and Geography of Food in New
York, 1790-1860. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. xv, 347 + xv, illustrations, notes,
index, $39.95 cloth.

Lana Dee Povitz (2019). Stirrings: How Activist New Yorkers Ignited a Movement for Food
Justice. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, pp. xii, 243, notes, index,
bibliography, illustrations, $29.95 paper.

Helen Tangires (2019). Movable Markets: Food Wholesaling in the 20th Century City.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. xiii, 223, illustrations, notes, bibliography,
index, $59.95 cloth.