Table of contents for The nature of cities / edited by Andrew C. Isenberg.

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CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS	000
INTRODUCTION: NEW DIRECTIONS IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY	000
ANDREW C. ISENBERG
PART I. URBAN SPACES, DEATH, AND THE BODY
1. NEW ORLEANS'S PHANTOM SLAVE INSURRECTION OF 1853: RACIAL ANXIETY, URBAN ECOLOGY, AND HUMAN BODIES AS PUBLIC SPACES	000
ARI KELMAN
2. GREEN SPACE AND CLASS IN IMPERIAL LONDON	000
PETER THORSHEIM
3. THE WAR ON RATS VERSES THE RIGHT TO KEEP CHICKENS: PLAGUE AND THE PAVING OF SAN FRANCISCO, 1907-1908		000
JOANNA L. DYL
4. DEAD BODIES IN HARLEM: ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY AND THE GEOGRAPHY OF DEATH	000
ELLEN STROUD
PART II. THE GEOGRAPHY OF POWER AND CONSUMPTION
5. FRIEND OR FLOOD? THE DILEMMAS OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN EARLY MODERN VENICE	000
KARL APPUHN
6. BANKING ON SACRAMENTO: URBAN DEVELOPMENT, FLOOD CONTROL, AND POLITICAL LEGITIMIZATION, 1848-1862	000
ANDREW C. ISENBERG
7. FAIR PLAY: OUTDOOR RECREATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL INEQUALITY IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY SEATTLE	000
MATTHEW KLINGLE
PART III. CITIES DECONSTRUCTED
8. THE PALENQUE PARADOX: BUSH CITIES, BUSHMEN, AND THE BUSH	000
EMMANUEL KREIKE
9. "PARIS ET LE DÉSERT FRANÇAIS": URBAN AND RURAL ENVIRONMENTS IN POST-WORLD WAR II FRANCE	000
SARA B. PRITCHARD
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS	000
INDEX	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cities and towns -- United States -- History.
Venice (Italy) -- History.
London (England) -- History.
Urban ecology -- History.
Urban health -- History.