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A Ghetto Takes Shape
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 305

A Ghetto Takes Shape

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Down and Out, on the Road
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 332

Down and Out, on the Road

Looks at the history of homelessness in America, from colonial times to the present day.

African American Urban History since World War II
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 552

African American Urban History since World War II

Historians have devoted surprisingly little attention to African American urban history ofthe postwar period, especially compared with earlier decades. Correcting this imbalance, African American Urban History since World War II features an exciting mix of seasoned scholars and fresh new voices whose combined efforts provide the first comprehensive assessment of this important subject. The first of this volume’s five groundbreaking sections focuses on black migration and Latino immigration, examining tensions and alliances that emerged between African Americans and other groups. Exploring the challenges of residential segregation and deindustrialization, later sections tackle such topics a...

Black Communities and Urban Development in America, 1720-1990: Antebellum America
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 448
African American Urban History since World War II
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 552

African American Urban History since World War II

Historians have devoted surprisingly little attention to African American urban history ofthe postwar period, especially compared with earlier decades. Correcting this imbalance, African American Urban History since World War II features an exciting mix of seasoned scholars and fresh new voices whose combined efforts provide the first comprehensive assessment of this important subject. The first of this volume’s five groundbreaking sections focuses on black migration and Latino immigration, examining tensions and alliances that emerged between African Americans and other groups. Exploring the challenges of residential segregation and deindustrialization, later sections tackle such topics a...

Bridging the Atlantic
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 310

Bridging the Atlantic

Bridging the Atlantic discusses comparative developments in modern European and American history. The case studies on British, German, and U.S. History since the eighteenth century assembled here seek to establish an integrated vision of Atlantic history. The contributions by European and American historians challenge the concept of American exceptionalism and present a vivid example of the ongoing debate between American and European historians on the structure and nature of European-American relations.