Urban History Review

Numéro hors-série, 1980 Urbanization in the Americas : The Background in Comparative Perspective Sous la direction de Woodrow Borah, Jorge Hardoy et Gilbert A. Stelter Sous la direction de Woodrow Borah, Jorge Hardoy et Gilbert A. Stelter

Sommaire (17 articles)

  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs
  2. Preface

General Overview

  1. The Urban Worlds of Latin and Anglo America: PrefatoryThoughts

The Colonial Background

  1. Latin American Cities in the Eighteenth Century: A Sketch
  2. A Malthusian-Frontier Interpretation of United States Demographic History Before c. 1815

Economic Growth and Regional Development

  1. The Role of Commerce in the Growth of Towns In Central Highland Ecuador 1750-1920
  2. Brazilian Modernization and Urban Planning In TheNineteenth Century
  3. Cities and Regional Thought in Argentina and Chile Between 1850 and 1930
  4. Canadian Cities as Social Technologies: An Exploratory Essay

Aspects of Demographic and Social Change

  1. The Cities of Spanish America 1825-1914: Economic and Social Aspects
  2. Urban and Rural Variants of Pre-industrial Demographic Regimes in Nineteenth-Century Brazil
  3. Some Aspects of Canadian Urbanization from 1850 to 1921

The Process of City-Building

  1. Changes in the Socio-Economic Pattern of Spanish-American Cities With Special Reference to Colonial Town Centres
  2. Urban Renewal, Rehabilitation, and Remodelling of Santiago, Chile
  3. City Making And Mending In The United States: On Capitalizing a Social Environment
  4. The Morphology of Nineteenth-Century Cities in the United States
  5. Urban Planning and Development in Upper Canada