University of Pittsburgh Press
Dianne Harris, University of Utah, Series Editor
Books in this series address the ways in which the built world evolves according to a range of cultural forces and explore the ways that buildings, cities, and landscapes affect the formulation and function of deep social, economic, and political structures. They also examine the agency of the built environment as it actively helps to shape class, race, and gender identities. These books are notable for their innovative topics and approaches. The scope of the series is international, and open to multidisciplinary work, but it is primarily focused on publishing spatial histories that have the potential to impact many other kinds of historical thought and writing.