Bibliography of urban history 2021

@article{McTominey2021BibliographyOU,
  title={Bibliography of urban history 2021},
  author={Andrew McTominey},
  journal={Urban History},
  year={2021},
  volume={48},
  pages={768 - 825}
}

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Neighborhood of Fear: The Suburban Crisis in American Culture, 1975–2001 by Kyle Riismandel (review)

  • 2022

Women and the Holy City: The Struggle over Jerusalem’s Sacred Space. By Lihi Ben Shitrit. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 304p. $99.99 cloth.

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    Perspectives on Politics
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a brand of majoritarianism that could in turn prompt an upsurge in violence. It is striking for instance, how hardline policies taken by governments inManila and Bangkok taken by governments toward

Debauched, Desperate, Deranged: Women Who Killed, London 1674-1913

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  • Political Science
    Cultural and Social History
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particularly influential in conferring notions of taste and sophistication. Arguing for social class as a prime determinant of experience in the cultural politics of the West End, McWilliam claims

Broken Cities: A Historical Sociology of Ruins, by Martin Devecka.

Broken Cities: A Historical Sociology of Ruins, by Martin Devecka. John Hopkins University Press, 2020. 184pp., $34.95. ISBN-13: 9781421438429.
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