Bibliography of urban history 2009

  title={Bibliography of urban history 2009},
  author={Malcolm Noble},
  journal={Urban History},
  pages={519 - 577}
This year has seen the introduction of the digital bibliography online. This is a searchable database of all the bibliographies contained in the Urban History Yearbook and past numbers of this journal. Containing over 33,000 citations, this is an invaluable resource for research. 
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List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland Published in 2009
(The place of publication is London and the date 2009 unless otherwise stated.)


Weimar Cities: The Challenge of Urban Modernity in Germany, 1919-1933
Introduction: Locating Cities and Modernity in Weimar 1. Center and Periphery: Cities in Germany, 1900-1933 2. The Congress of Cities 3. The Urban Spectrum 4. Experiment: Urban Modernity and the
The Cultural Construction of London's East End: Urban Iconography, Modernity and the Spatialisation of Englishness.
Introduction Development Apotheosis The Breath of the East From Bauhaus to the Blitz and Beyond After Ronan Point: Re-imagining the Territory Docklands: The Clearing of the Misery? After Empire:
Voluntary Societies and the Urban Local Community: A Case Study of the Halifax Mechanics' Institution
Abstract This article considers the structure of the Halifax Mechanics' Institution, located in one of the principal manufacturing and commercial towns in the nineteenth-century West Yorkshire, based
Summary.  Several Roman writers report on the existence of a town foundation ritual, inherited from the Etruscans, which allegedly included astronomical references. However, the possible existence of
Local and Regional History as Heritage: The Heritage Process and Conceptualising the Purpose and Practice of Local Historians
The expansion and evolution of local history over the last half century has given rise to both celebration and critical self‐reflection. This attention has been stimulated by the continued importance
Museums in Motion: An Introduction to the History and Functions of Museums
This primary text on museum history examines the rise of museums since the eighteenth century in the fields of science, art, and history.
A Methodology for Assessing the Heritage of Planned Urban Environments: An Australian Study of National Heritage Values
Although urban planning has made strategic and notable contributions to the production of the built environment, these are under‐represented in heritage discourse. Planned environments deserve more
Urban poetics in the French Renaissance
Contents: Introduction: the poetics of urban space Envisioning the city Corrozet and the sense of place ScAve's urban poetics Montaigne's topophilia Epilogue: the topology of the subject Bibliography
Building the Body Politic: Power and Urban Space
There is a growing appreciation of the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. This recognition plays a role in practical politics, too. We can see this in issues of urban sprawl,
Encountering and Overcoming Small-City Problems
During the nineteenth century, Bremen enhanced its economic viability through a series of engineering feats, but struggled with the social problems brought on by urban growth. The most notable