Urban history

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Urban history is the study of the history of cities—usually just one city at a time.

For over 30 years the Journal of Urban History has presented peer-reviewed original research by scholars from all subfields of urban history, including:

  • Public Housing
  • Migration
  • Urban Growth
  • School Reform
  • City Planning History
  • Racial Segregation
  • Urban Culture
  • Urban Politics

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Further reading

  • Briggs, Asa. Victorian Cities (1993) on Britain
  • Chudacoff, Howard et al. eds. Major Problems in American Urban and Suburban History (2004)