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History of the Urban Environment

Books in this Series


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University of Pittsburgh Press

Martin V. Melosi and Joel A. Tarr, Editors

The History of the Urban Environment series features books that examine the historical impact of urbanization, showcasing the best scholarship within the field of urban environmental history, and presenting issues that matter most to general readers interested in the environment.

Books in the series consider the history of the human-built environment from a broad range of perspectives--geographical, technological, ecological, cultural, and social--in both domestic and international contexts. It presents studies that highlight the environmental challenges faced by specific urban centers, as well as works that combine theoretical and practical approaches to important urban environmental topics.




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