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2007   RATCLIFF JR, 'Samuel Morland and his calculating machines c.1666: the early career of a courtier–inventor in restoration London.', British Journal for the History of Science (2007) 159–79.
  SNELL E, 'Discourses of criminality in the eighteenth-century press: the presentation of crime in The Kentish Post, 1717–1768', Continuity and Change (2007) 13–47.
  RAST RW, 'The cultural politics of tourism in San Francisco's Chinatown, 1882–1917.', Pacific Historical Review (2007) 29–60.
  ABOY R, '‘The right to a home’: public housing in post-World War II Buenos Aires.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 493–518.
  WOOD AG, 'New approaches to crime, health, and poverty in Mexico City (review essay)', Journal of Urban History (2007) 527–31.
  DINZEY-FLORES ZZ, 'Temporary housing, permanent communities: public housing policy and design in Puerto Rico.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 467–92.
  PARSON D, 'The decline of public housing and the politics of the red scare: the significance of the Los Angeles public housing war.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 400–17.
  WILLIAMS RY, 'Black Milwaukee, women, and gender.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 551–6.
  PRITCHETT WE, 'Black Milwaukee and urban African American history.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 557–61.
  THOMPSON VE, 'Boulevard dreams: Paris and the myths of modernity (review essay).', Journal of Urban History (2007) 663–9.
  GOODMAN AP & SUGRUE TJ, 'Plainfield burning: black rebellion in the suburban North.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 568–601.
  CLOSMANN CE, 'Chaos and contamination: water pollution and economic upheaval in Hamburg, 1919–1923.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 828–47.
  MASSARD-GUILBAUD G & THORSHEIM P, 'Cities, environments, and European history.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 691–701.
  STOTT G, 'Enhancing status through incorporation: suburban municipalities in nineteenth-century Ontario.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 885–910.
  MORAN J, 'Early cultures of gentrification in London, 1955–1980.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 101–21.
  ALLEN AT, 'Reformers and radicals: gender politics in the modern city (review essay).', Journal of Urban History (2007) 139–44.
  MASTERS B, 'The middle eastern city between orientalism and urban history (review essay)', Journal of Urban History (2007) 161–6.
  CZAOLICKI A, '‘Pure milk is better than purified milk’: pasteurization and milk purity in Chicago, 1908–1916.', Social Science History (2007) 411–33.
  MARTÍNEZ JG, 'Selling avant-garde: how Antwerp became a fashion capital (1990–2002).', Urban Studies/Utopian Studies (2007) 2449–64.
  HATT M, 'Space, surface, self: homosexuality and the aesthetic interior.', Visual Culture in Britain (2007) 105–28.
  MELLOR DM, '‘Fragments of an unknowable whole’: Michelangelo Antonioni's incorporation of contemporary visualities in London, 1966.', Visual Culture in Britain (2007) 45–62.
  BELISE D, 'Negotiating paternalism: women and Canada's largest department stores, 1890–1960.', Journal of Women’s History (2007) 58–81.
  D'ANTONIO P, 'Nurses – and wives and mothers: women and the Latter-day Saints Training School's class of 1919.', Journal of Women’s History (2007) 112–36.
  COX P, 'Compulsion, voluntarism, and venereal disease: governing sexual health in England after the Contagious Diseases Acts.', Journal of British Studies (2007) 91–115.
  ESCOBEDO ER, 'The Pachuca panic: sexual and cultural battlegrounds in World War II Los Angeles.', Western Historical Quarterly (2007) 133–56.
  GRAHAM W, HUDGINS CL & LOUNSBURY CR et al, 'Adaptation and innovation: archaeological and architectural perspectives on the seventeenth-century Chesapeake', William and Mary Quarterly (2007) 451–522.
  HUNT C, '‘Everyone's poor relation’: the poverty and isolation of a working-class woman local politician in interwar Britain.', Women's History Review (2007) 417–30.
  JOHNSTON L, 'Mobilizing pride/shame: lesbians, tourism and parades.', Social and Cultural Geography (2007) 29–45.
  HOLDER N, 'Mapping the Roman inscriptions of London.', Britannia (2007) 13–34.
  IKEGAME A, 'The capital of Rajadharma: modern space and religion in colonial Mysore', International Journal of Asian Studies (2007) 15–44.
  NEGUSSIE E, 'Managing conservation of the built heritage in post-socialist Budapest: evidence from the Old Jewish Quarter.', International Journal of Heritage Studies (2007) 136–56.
  ARDAMAN E, 'Perspective and Istanbul, the capital of the Ottoman Empire.', Journal of Design History (2007) 109–30.
  BEITEL K, 'Did overzealous activists destroy housing affordability in San Francisco? A time-series test of the effects of rezoning on construction and home prices, 1967–1998.', Urban Affairs Review (2007) 741–56.
  REICHL AJ, 'Rethinking the dual city', Urban Affairs Review (2007) 659–87.
  BELFORD P, 'Sublime cascades: water and power in Coalbrookdale.', Industrial Archaeology Review (2007) 133–48.
  LILLEY KD, LLOYD CD & TRICK S, 'Designs and designers of medieval ‘new towns’ in Wales.', Antiquity (2007) 279–93
  BÁN D, 'The railway station in the social sciences', Journal of Transport History (2007) 289–93.
  WEINSTEIN L, 'Explaining incomprehensible Bombay in three volumes (review essay)', Internal Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2007) 225–31.
  MACDOUGALL H, 'Toronto's health department in action: influenza in 1918 and SARS in 2003.', Journal of the Merioneth Historical and Record Society (2007) 56–89.
  CLAY L, 'Patronage, profits, and public theaters: rethinking cultural unification in ancien régime France.', Journal of Modern History (2007) 729–71.
  ARMSTRONG C, 'Aliens in wartime: a case study of Tyneside 1939–45.', Immigrants and Minorities (2007) 119–40.
  THORNTON RP, '‘A great machine’ or a ‘beast of prey’: a Boston Corporation and its rural debtors in an age of capitalist transformation.', Journal of the Early Republic (2007) 567–97.
  MORT F, 'Striptease: the erotic female body and live sexual entertainment in mid-twentieth-century London.', Social History (2007) 27–53.
  DALE P, GREENLESS J & MELLING J, 'The kiss of death or a flight of fancy? Workers’ health and the campaign to regulate shuttle kissing in the British cotton industry, c. 1900–52.', Social History (2007) 54–75.
  CHANCE H, 'The angel in the garden suburb: Arcadian allegory in the ‘girls’ grounds’ at the Cadbury factory, Bournville, England, 1880–1930.', Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes (2007) 197–216.
  WOODS R, 'Medical and demographic history: inseparable?', Social History of Medicine (2007) 483–503.
  LEES A, 'Broad views of the urban past in Europe and its extensions', Urban History (2007) 347–52.
  FOOT J, 'Micro-history of a house: memory and place in a Milanese neighbourhood, 1890–2000.', Urban History (2007) 431–52.
  HOLLISTER J & SCHULTZ SM, 'The Elting and Hasbrouck store accounts: a window into eighteenth-century commerce.', Accounting History (2007) 417–40.
  HIRT S, 'The compact versus the dispersed city: history of planning ideas on Sofia's urban form.', Journal of Planning History (2007) 138–65.
  DYER S, 'The moral economy of shopping (review article).', Journal of Planning History (2007) 353–61.
  BRADLEY JM, 'Gaelic sport, soccer and Irishness in Scotland.', SiS (2007) 439–56.
  CARPENTER S, 'Masking and politics: the Alison Craik incident, Edinburgh 1561.', Recherches Sociographiques AND Renaissance Studies (2007) 625–36.
  SHORT B, 'War in the fields and villages: the County War Agricultural Committees in England, 1939–45.', Rural History (2007) 217–44.
  NICHOLS T, 'Secular charity, sacred poverty: picturing the poor in Renaissance Venice.', Art History (2007) 139–69.
  LUNDBERG A, 'Queering laughter in the Stockholm Pride parade.', International Review of Social History (2007) 169–87.
  KOOT CJ, 'Constructing the empire: English governors, imperial policy, and inter-imperial trade in New York City and the Leeward Islands, 1650–1689.', Itinerario (2007) 35–60.
  TYNAN N, 'Mill and Senior on London's water supply: agency, increasing returns, and natural monopoly.', Journal of the History of Economic Thought (2007) pp 49–65.
  GILCHRIST C, '‘This relic of the cities of the plain’: penal flogging, convict morality and the colonial imagination', Journal of Australian Colonial History (2007) 1–28.
  STANGER-ROSS J, 'Italian markets: real estate and ethnic community in Toronto and Philadelphia, 1940–1990', Journal of American Ethnic History (2007) 23–51.
  TAYLOR PJ, 'Space and sustainability: an exploratory essay on the production of social spaces through city-work.', Geographical Journal AND Georgia Journal (2007) 197–206.
  HOULBROOK M, '‘The man with the powder puff’ in interwar London.', Historical Journal (2007) 145–71.
  MCCARTHY H, 'Parties, voluntary associations, and democratic politics in interwar Britain.', Historical Journal (2007) 891–912.
  BREWER J, 'Sensibility and the urban panorama.', Huntingdon Library Quarterly (2007) 229–49.
  MILLER E, 'Variations in the official prevalence and disposal of the insane in England under the poor law, 1850–1900.', History of Psychiatry (2007) 25–38.
  TRUMBACH R, 'Blackmail for sodomy in eighteenth-century London', Historical Reflections (2007) 23–39.
  MAERKER A, '‘Turpentine hides everything’: autonomy and organization in anatomical model production for the state in late eighteenth-century Florence.', History of Science (2007) 257–86.
  CHIKOWERO M, 'Subalternating currents: electrification and power politics in Bulawayo, Colonial Zimbabwe, 1894–1939.', Journal of South African Studies (2007) 287–306.
  EHRENFEUCHT R & LOUKAITOU-SIDERIS A, 'Constructing the sidewalks: municipal government and the production of public space in Los Angeles, California, 1880–1920.', Journal of Historical Geography (2007) 104–24.
  HUDSON JG, 'African American life in South Carolina's Upper Piedmont, 1780–1900.', Journal of Southern History (2007) 884–5.
  DRESSER M, 'Set in stone? Statues and slavery in London.', History Workshop Journal (2007) 162–99.
  COOP S & THOMAS H, 'Planning doctrine as an element in planning history: the case of Cardiff.', Planning Perspectives (2007) 167–93.
  ABRAM RJ, 'Kitchen conversations: democracy in action at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum.', Public Historian (2007) 59–76.
  WAINWRIGHT EM, 'Constructing gendered workplace ‘types’: the weaver-millworker distinction in Dundee's jute industry, c. 1880–1910.', Gender, Place and Culture (2007) 467–82.
  MOLD A, '‘Consuming habits’: histories of drugs in modern societies.', Cultural and Social History (2007) 261–70.
  GUTZKE DW, 'Progressivism and the history of the public house, 1850–1950.', Cultural and Social History (2007) 235–59.
  THORP J, '‘So great a master as Mr Isaac’ an exemplary dancing-master of late Stuart London.', Early Music (2007) 435–46.
  CAMPANELLA R, 'An ethnic geography of New Orleans.', Journal of American History (2007) 704–5l.
  CAPET A, 'Bournville et Port Sunlight: une utopie qui existe quelque part.', Moreana (2007) 208–26.
  COSMOS GG, 'Climate and culture: Manchester meteorology made universal.', Manchester Region History Review (2007) 64–83.
  BENNISON D & GUY C, 'Planning guidance and large-store development in the United Kingdom: the search for ‘flexibility’.', EP A (2007) 945–64.
  SCOTT DIXON C, 'Urban order and religious coexistence in the German Imperial City: Augsburg and Donauwörth, 1548–1608', Central European History (2007) 1–33.
  FIELD G, 'Nights underground in darkest London: the blitz, 1940–1941.', Cercles (2007) 181–217.
  GRAHAM S, 'Demagogues or debaters? A study of Chartist speeches reported in the Halifax Guardian and the Northern Star between 1838 and 1839.', Halifax Antiquarian Society Transactions / Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society (2007) 112–32.
  FRENCH C, 'Who lived in suburbia? Surbiton in the second half of the 19th century.', Family and Community History (2007) 93–109.
  HUGHES J, MAURER-FAZIO M & ZHANG D, 'An ocean formed from one hundred rivers: the effects of ethnicity, gender, marriage, and location on labor force participation in urban China.', Feminist Economics (2007) 159–87.
  BOWDEN S, HIGGINS DM & PRICE C, 'Avoiding conscription to the inter-war ‘army’ of the unemployed: short-time working in the iron and steel industry.', Labour History Review (2007) 5–25.
  SMYES C, A common stage: theater and public life in medieval Arras., Ithaca : Cornell University Press (2007) pp xvi + 335, il.
  KEVORKIAN T, Baroque piety: religion, society, and music in Leipzig, 1650–1750., Aldershot : Ashgate (2007) pp ix + 251, il.
  DRESSER M & FLEMING P, Bristol: ethnic minorities and the city 1000–2001., Chichester : Phillimore (2007) pp xii + 260.
  BEATTIE C, CARPENTER C & DAVID I, 'The later medieval English urban household.', History Compass (2007) 112–58.
  EVANS CJ, 'Urbanization and the end of black churches in the modern world.', Church History (2007) 799–822.
  MCILROY J, 'Two tales about crisis and corruption at the Central Labour College.', Labour History Review (2007) 69–93.
  CHUNG S P-Y, 'Moguls of the Chinese cinema: the story of the Shaw Brothers in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore, 1924–2002.', Modern Asian Studies (2007) 665–82.
  WHITE J, 'Unsentimental traveller: the London novels of Albert Smith.', London Journal (2007) 29–51.
  PINCHES S, ‘The place of my nativity’: pride, prejudice and the rhythm of charitable giving in Warwickshire, c. 1500–1900., Stratford-upon-Avon : Dugdale Society in association with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (2007) pp 33.
  ARNOLD R, 'Modern fashions for modern women: the evolution of New York sportswear in the 1930s.', Costume (2007) 111–25.
  FORSTER C, 'Twenty-five years of urban policy and research, 1982–2006', Urban Policy and Research (2007) 391–9.
  BLONDÉ B, STABEL P & STOBART J eds, Buyers & sellers: retail circuits and practices in mediaeval and early modern Europe., Turnhout : Brepols (2007) pp 350.
  MARTEN JA ed, Children in colonial America., New York : New York University Press (2007) pp xiii + 253.
  BENNISON A & GASCOIGNE A eds, Cities in the pre-modern Islamic world: the urban impact of religion, state and society, London : Routledge (2007) pp xiii + 231, il.
  STEBBINS CE, City of intrigue, nest of revolution: a documentary history of Key West in the nineteenth century., Gainesville : University Press of Florida (2007) pp xx + 258,il.
  GOLDMAN M, City on the edge: Buffalo, New York., Amherst : Prometheus Books (2007) pp 423, il.
  MOORE JR & SMITH J eds, Corruption in urban politics and society, Britain 1780–1950., Aldershot : Ashgate (2007) pp xiii + 181.
  EMERY PA, RUTLEDGE E & Norwich Greyfriars: pre-conquest town and medieval friary, Dereham, Historic Environment, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service (2007) pp xvii + 274.
  MELOSI MV & PRATT JA, Energy metropolis: an environmental history of Houston and the Gulf Coast., Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press (2007) pp vii + 344, il.
  CHANDLER JA, Explaining local government: local government in Britain since 1800., Manchester : Manchester University Press (2007) pp xv + 356.
  PETER B, Form follows fun: modernism and modernity in British pleasure architecture 1925–1940., London : Routledge (2007) pp 223.
  HORDEN P ed, Freedom of movement in the Middle Ages: proceedings of the 2003 Harlaxton Symposium., Donington : Shaun Tyas (2007) pp xxxiv + 366 p.
  HORNSEY B, From Apollo to Mayfair and beyond: (some of the cinemas controlled by Arthur Cohen): Amherst, City and Suburban Cinemas Ltd, London and Southern Cinemas Ltd, Mayfair Circuit (control) Limited, Midland Super Cinemas Limited., Stamford : Fuchsiaprint (2007) pp 12, il.
  WATTS R, Gender and policy in Birmingham, 1902–44. CROOK D & McCULLOCH G eds, History, politics and policy-making in education: a festschrift presented to Richard Aldrich., London : Institute of Education, University of London (2007) 70–88.
  DEHAENE M & de CAUTER L, Heterotopia and the city: public space in a postcivil society., London : Routledge (2007) pp 360.
  BENES P ed, Life on the streets and commons, 1600 to the present: Dublin seminar for New England folklife annual proceedings 2005., Boston : Boston University (2007) pp 179, il.
  BROWNE SF, Making the vote count: the Arbroath Women Citizens’ Association, 1931–1945., Dundee : Abertay Historical Society (2007) pp viii + 88, il.
  BIVINS RE & PICKSTON JV eds, Medicine, madness and social history: essays in honour of Roy Porter., Basingstoke : Palgrave MacmillaN (2007) pp x + 295.
  DABOVE JP, Nightmares of the lettered city: banditry and literature in Latin America, 1816–1929., Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press (2007) pp x + 381.
  MANNARELLI ME, Private passions and public sins: men and women in seventeenth-century Lima., Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press (2007) pp 220.
  MCCORMACK M ed, Public men: political masculinities in modern Britain., Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan (2007) pp xii + 208.
  LIU B & VANDERLEEWU JM, Race rules: electoral politics in New Orleans, 1965–2006, Lanham : Lexington Books (2007) pp xiv + 165.
  CARP BL, Rebels rising: cities and the American Revolution., New York : Oxford University Press (2007) pp ix + 334, il.
  SHARPLES J, Secular gothic revival architecture in mid-nineteenth-century Liverpool. COSTAMBEYS M, HAMER A & HEALE M eds, The making of the Middle Ages: Liverpool essays., Liverpool : Liverpool University Press (2007) 206–33.
  JOINER TE, Sin in the city: Chicago and revivalism, 1880–1920., Columbia : University of Missouri Press (2007) pp xiv + 271, il.
  EKBERG CJ, Stealing Indian women: native slavery in the Illinois Country., Urbana : University of Illinois Press (2007) pp xvi + 236, il
  BRADFORD HT, Tales of London's Docklands, Stroud : Sutton (2007) pp ix + 117.
  OLDFIELD G, The assistance given to the town and its inhabitants by the governors of the town revenues of Whittlesey from 1668 to 1898., Peterborough : Upfront (2007) pp ix + 279, il.
  GIFFORD J, The buildings of Scotland: Perth and Kinross., New Haven : Yale University Press (2007) pp xvii + 802, il.
  FENLON I, The ceremonial city: history, memory and myth in renaissance, Venice., New Haven : Yale University Press (2007) pp xv + 448, il.
  COWAN A & STEWARD J eds, The city and the senses: urban culture since 1500, Aldershot : Ashgate (2007) pp 264, il.
  BAIRD M, The diary of a town hall., Kirkintilloch : Kirkintilloch & District Society of Antiquaries (2007) , 1v.
  HORNSEY B, The dream palaces of Dudley: an essay in celebration of the cinemas., Stamford : Fuchsiaprint (2007) pp iv + 18.
  GOLISTI KOM, The gas adventure at Dewsbury., Pudsey : K.O.M. Golisti (2007) pp 52, il.
  MONTEYNE J, The printed image in early modern London: urban space, visual representation, and social exchange., Aldershot : Ashgate (2007) pp xiii + 286.
  BARRON CM & DAVIES MP eds, The religious houses of London and Middlesex., London : University of London, Institute of Historical Research (2007) pp xxi + 324.
  DEAN AC, The talk of the town: figurative publics in eighteenth-century Britain., Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press (2007) pp 146.
  GOOSSAERT V, The Taoists of Peking, 1800–1949: a social history of urban clerics., Cambridge : Harvard University Asia Center (2007) pp xi + 395, il.
  COLEMAN J, Unionist-nationalism in stone? The national Wallace monument and the hazards of commemoration in Victorian Scotland. COWAN EJ ed, The Wallace book., Edinburgh : John Donald (2007) 151–68.
  LYON J, Within these walls: Roman and medieval defences north of Newgate at the Merrill Lynch Financial Centre, City of London., London : Museum of London Archaeology Service (2007) pp xiv + 193, il.
  TARTE KB, Writing places: sixteenth-century city culture and the Des Roches salon., Newark : University of Delaware Press (2007) pp 269, il.
  YEE SJ, 'Dependency and opportunity: socioeconomic relations between Chinese and non-Chinese in New York City, 1870–1943.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 254–76.
  LAITINEN R, 'Nighttime street fighting and the meaning of place: a homicide in a seventeenth-century Swedish provincial town', Journal of Urban History (2007) 602–19.
  KROESSLER JA, 'New York's new narrative (review essay)', Journal of Urban History (2007) 131–8.
  FERGUSON K, 'Organizing the ghetto: the Ford Foundation, CORE, and white power in the black power era, 1967–1969.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 67–100.
  DYBLE LN, 'Revolt against sprawl: transportation and the origins of the Marin County growth-control regime.', Journal of Urban History (2007) 38–66.
  KREITZER LJ, 'A ‘famous prank’ in Oxford: the Jacobite riots of 1715 and the charge of sexual scandal.', Baptist Quarterly (2007) 33–52.
  BRUNELLE GK, 'Policing the monopolizing women of early modern Nantes.', Journal of Women’s History (2007) 10–35.
  SALLY SV, 'Women and power in the late medieval English village: a reconsideration.', Women's History Review (2007) 311–21.
  FRASER B, 'Madrid's Retiro Park as publicly-private space and the spatial problems of spatial theory', Social and Cultural Geography (2007) 673–700.
  CRAVEN A, 'Contrarie to the Directorie’: Presbyterians and people in Lancashire, 1646–53.', Studies in Church History (2007) 331–41.
  'The spectacle of Olympic Tokyo and imperial Japan.', International Journal of the History of Sport (2007) 1064–96.
  HARDILL I & VILLETTE SM, 'Spatial peripheries, social peripheries: reflections on the ‘suburbs’ of Paris.', International Journal of Sociological and Social Policy (2007) 52–64.
  SOUTHERN N, 'Ulster, God's people, and the interplay between Old Testament and Calvinistic conceptions of covenant', Journal of Contemporary Religion (2007) 19–34.
  HANKINS JR, 'Crown, county, and corporation in early seventeenth-century Essex.', Sixteenth Century Journal (2007) 27–47.
  CHEANG S, 'Selling china: class, gender and orientalism at the department store.', Journal of Design History (2007) 1–16.
  SEDDON J, 'The architect and the ‘arch-pedant’: Sadie Speight, Nikolaus Pevsner and ‘Design Review’', Journal of Design History 2007) 29–41.
  RETFORD K, 'From the interior to interiority: the conversation piece in Georgian England.', Journal of Design History (2007) 291–307.
  BERGER J, '‘There is tragedy on both sides of the layoffs’: privatization and the urban crisis in Baltimore.', International Labor and Working-Class History (2007) 29–49.
  SHANNON W & WINSTANLEY M, 'Lord Burghley's map of Lancashire revisited, c. 1576–1590', International Migration AND Imago Mundi. The International Journal for the History of Cartography (2007) 24–42.
  MAIER J, 'Mapping past and present: Leonardo Bufalini's plan of Rome (1551)', International Migration AND Imago Mundi. The International Journal for the History of Cartography (2007) 1–23.
  ANDREWS JH, 'Unidentified sources for Mercator's regional maps of England', International Migration AND Imago Mundi. The International Journal for the History of Cartography (2007) 96–9.
  DYSTER B, 'Bungling a courthouse: a story of convict workplace reform', Journal of Royal Australian Historical Society (2007) 1–21.
  CHRISTIE N, 'Strangers in the family: work, gender, and the origins of old age homes.', Journal of Family History (2007) 371–91.
  BASKERVILLE RF & CORDERY CJ, 'Charity financial reporting regulation: a comparative study of the UK and New Zealand', Accounting History (2007) 7–27.
  FOGLE L, 'The domus conversorum: the personal interest of Henry III.', Jewish Historical Studies (2007) 1–7.
  RODRIGUES-PEREIRA M, 'An eighteenth-century Sephardi lady – her relations and her property.', Jewish Historical Studies (2007) 31–5.
  SMITH ME, 'Form and meaning in the earliest cities: a new approach to ancient urban planning.', Journal of Planning History (2007) 3–47.
  BEAUREGARD R, 'More than sector theory: Homer Hoyt's contributions to planning knowledge.', Journal of Planning History (2007) 248–71.
  ROLLWAGEN K, 'When ghosts hovered: community and crisis in a company town, Britannia Beach, British Columbia, 1957–1965.', Urban History Review (2007) 25–36.
  ESSEX S & BRAYSHAW M, 'Vision, vested interest and pragmatism: who re-made Britain's blitzed cities?', Planning Perspectives (2007) 417–41.
  RIALL N, 'The early Tudor Renaissance in Hampshire: Anthony Blunt and ‘L'influence française sur l'architecture et la sculpture décorative en Angleterre pendant la première moitié du XVIme siècle’ revisited.', Recherches Sociographiques AND Renaissance Studies (2007) 218–53.
  NAIK AS & STEWART MCH, '‘The hellenization of Edinburgh: cityscape, architecture, and the Athenian cast collection’.', Journal of South African Studies (2007) 366–89.
  MAYHEW RJ, 'Materialist hermeneutics, textuality and the history of geography: print spaces in British geography, c.1500–1900.', Journal of Historical Geography (2007) 463–88.
  EIBACH J & ESSER R, 'Introduction: urban stability and civic liberties.', Urban History (2007) 5–13.
  BRODT B, ELLIOTT P & MISKELL L, 'Review of periodical articles', Urban History (2007) 127–49.
  STANGL P, 'Revolutionaries’ cemeteries in Berlin: memory, history, place and space.', Urban History (2007) 407–26.
  STANFORD CA, 'The body at the funeral: imagery and commemoration at Notre-Dame, Paris, about 1304–18.', The Art Bulletin (2007) 657–73.
  GERMANY KB, 'The politics of poverty and history: racial inequality and the long prelude to Katrina.', Journal of American History (2007) 743–51.
  TAYLOR B, STEWART J & POWELL M, 'Central and local government and the provision of municipal medicine, 1919–39.', English Historical Review (2007) 397–426.
  LOMAS C, '‘Men don't wear velvet you know!’: fashionable gay masculinity and the shopping experience, London 1950 – early 1970s.', Oral History (2007) 82–90.
  MOSHENSKA G, 'Oral history in historical archaeology: excavating sites of memory.', Oral History (2007) 91–7.
  BRYANT M, 'Fleet Street's Star of India.', History Today (2007) 58–59.
  SMITH R, 'Periods, structures and regimes in early modern demographic history', History Workshop Journal (2007) 202–18.
  PRICE J, '‘Heroism in everyday life’: the Watts Memorial for heroic self sacrifice.', History Workshop Journal (2007) 254–78.
  FITZGERALD R, 'Historic building record and the Halifax borough market doors.', Industrial Archaeology Review (2007) 51–74.
  MONKHOUSE S, 'Thomas Eadsforth remembers: a Catholic in 18th century Manchester.', Catholic Ancestor (2007) 244–52.
  DAVIES A, 'Glasgow's ‘reign of terror’: street gangs, racketeering and intimidation in the 1920s and 1930s', Contemporary British History (2007) 405–27.
  COOPER T, 'The early development of scientific research in industry: the case of Metropolitan-Vickers Ltd, 1901–1933.', Manchester Region History Review (2007) 84–105.
  BUCKBERRY JL & HADLEY DM, 'An Anglo-Saxon execution cemetery at Walkington Wold, Yorkshire.', Oxford Journal of Archaeology (2007) 309–29.
  BERG M & CLIFFORD H, 'Selling consumption in the eighteenth century: advertising and the trade card in Britain and France.', Cultural and Social History (2007) 145–70.
  ABRAHAMSON D, 'R.D. Laing and long-stay patients: discrepant accounts of the refractory ward and ‘rumpus room’ at Gartnavel Royal Hospital.', History of Psychiatry (2007) 203–15.
  FINDLAY B, 'Intimate strangers: clubs, pubs and the forging of Glasgow's corporate identity.', Recherches Anglaises et Nord-Americanes (2007) 149–62.
  SHELDON P, 'The dirtiest of jobs: maintaining Sydney's sewers 1890–1910.', Labor History (2007) 127–44.
  EKERS M & LOFTUS A, 'The power of water: developing dialogues between Foucault and Gramsci.', EP D (2007) 698–718.
  JENKINS W, 'Identity, place, and the political mobilization of urban minorities: comparative perspectives on Irish Catholics in Buffalo and Toronto 1880–1910.', Environment and Planning (2007) 160–186.
  COHEN GB, 'Nationalist politics and the dynamics of state and civil society in the Habsburg monarchy, 1867–1914.', Central European History (2007) 241–78.
  HOSKIN PM, 'The accounts of the medieval paternoster gild of York.', Northern History (2007) 7–33.
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