Urban History Review

Volume 45, numéro 1, fall 2016 

Sommaire (10 articles)

Editorial

  1. New Research on the History of Canada’s Urbanization

Articles

  1. Modern Living “hewn out of the unknown wilderness”: Aluminum, City Planning, and Alcan’s British Columbian Industrial Town of Kitimat in the 1950s
  2. “An Eden that is practically uninhabited by humans”: Manipulating Wilderness in Managing Vancouver’s Drinking Water, 1880–1930
  3. Urban Elites, Energy, and Smoke Policy in Montreal during the Interwar Period

Book Reviews  / Comptes rendus

  1. Nicolas Cochard, Les marins du Havre. Gens de mer et société urbaine au XIXe siècle (Rennes : Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2016), 336 p.
  2. Jane Nicholas. The Modern Girl: Feminine Modernities, the Body, and Commodities in the 1920s. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015. Pp. 295
  3. Guy Gaudreau, Sophie Blais, et Kevin Auger, Mine, travail et société à Kirkland Lake, Sudbury, Prise de parole, 2016, 307 p.
  4. Maurizio Gribaudi, Paris ville ouvrière. Une histoire occultée (1789-1848), Paris, La Découverte, 2014. 400 p.
  5. Jean-Pierre Hardy, Jardins et jardiniers laurentiens 1660-1800. Creuse le temps, creuse la terre, Québec, Septentrion, 2016, 298 pages
  6. Richard White. Planning Toronto. The Planners, the Plans, Their Legacies, 1940-1980. Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016. 450 pp.