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Historical Studies of Urban America

Lilia Fernández, Timothy J. Gilfoyle, Becky M. Nicolaides, and Amanda I. Seligman, series editors. James R. Grossman, editor emeritus
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Timothy Mennel, Acquiring Editor
Historical Studies of Urban America focuses on North American cities and metropolitan areas as centers of historical change. Series titles are concerned with cities as places that influence spatial relations, politics, economic development, social processes, and cultural transformations - and are in turn shaped by these forces. The series editors seek innovative, comparative, broad-gauged, and ambitious studies that will appeal to historians, urbanists in other disciplines, and educated lay readers.
Timothy Mennel, Acquiring Editor
Historical Studies of Urban America focuses on North American cities and metropolitan areas as centers of historical change. Series titles are concerned with cities as places that influence spatial relations, politics, economic development, social processes, and cultural transformations - and are in turn shaped by these forces. The series editors seek innovative, comparative, broad-gauged, and ambitious studies that will appeal to historians, urbanists in other disciplines, and educated lay readers.
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