Port & Urban Settings

A.K.Y. Ng, C. Ducruet, W. Jacobs, J. Monios, T. Notteboom, J.-P. Rodrigue, B. Slack, K. Tam, and G. Wilmsmeier. “Port geography at the crossroads with human geography: between flows and spaces.” Journal of Transport History 41, 84-96.

Bassett, M. M. Regional societies and the migrant Edwardian Royal Dockyard worker: locality, nation and empire.” In Four Nations Approaches to Modern ‘British’ History: A (Dis)United Kingdom?, edited by N. Lloyd-Jones and M. M. Scull. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 

Beaven, Brad, Karl Bell and Robert James (eds.), Port Towns and Urban Culture: International Histories of the Waterfront c.1700 – 2000. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Bird, James. The Major Seaport of The United Kingdom. London: Hutchinson, 1963.

Borsay, Peter and John Walton, eds. Resorts and Ports: European Seaside Towns since 1700. Bristol: Channel View Publications, 2011.

Broeze, Frank. “Port Cities: The Search for an Identity.” Journal of Urban History 11, no. 2, (1985): 209 – 225.

Burton, Valerie. “Boundaries and Identities in the Nineteenth Century English Port: Sailor town Narratives and Urban Space.” In Identities in Space: Contested Terrains in the Western City since 1850, edited by Simon Gunn and Robert Morris, 137 -151. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.

Crane, Sheila. “Deciding Where To Draw The Line: Urban Strategies and the Vieux-Port of Marseille During the Second World War.” In Identities in Space: Contested Terrains in the Western City since 1850, edited by Simon Gunn and Robert Morris. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.

Desfor, Gene. Jennefer Laidley, Quentin Stevens and Dirk Schubert, eds., Transforming Urban Waterfronts: Fixity and Flow. London: Routledge, 2011.

Fingard, Judith. Jack in Port: Sailortowns of Eastern Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Gunn, Simon and Robert J Morris, eds. Identities in Space: Contested Terrains in the Western City since 1850. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.

Honhenberg, Paul and Lynn Lees. The Making if Urban Europe, 1000 – 1950. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1985.

Hoyle, B.S., David Pinder and M. Sohail Hussian. Revitalizing the Waterfront: International Dimensions of Dockland Redevelopment, 2nd ed. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 1994, [First Edition 1988].

Hoyle, B.S. “Port City Interface: Trends, Problems and Examples.” Geoforum 20, no. 4, (1989): 420 – 435.

Hoyle, B. S. and David Pinder. European Port Cities in Transition. Australia: John Wiley & Sons, 1992.

James, Robert. “‘Read for Victory’: Public libraries and book reading in a British naval port city.” Cultural and Social History, (2018). Available online https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/GvBi2RyZAQdW2Zp3QQ4B/full

Kokot, Waltraud, M. Gandelsman – Trier, Kathrin Wildner and Astrid Wonneberger, eds. Port Cities as Areas of Transition: Ethnographic Perspectives on Urban Studies. London: Transcript Velag, 2009.

Konvitz, Josef. “Port Cities and Urban History.” Journal of Urban History 193, no. 3, (1993): 115 – 120.

Konvitz, Josef. “Contemporary Urban History: What the Study of Port Cities Implies for Evidence. Methodology and Conceptualization.” Journal of Urban History 39, no. 4, (2013): 801 – 806.

Lawton, Richard and Robert Lee, eds. Population and Society in Western European Port Cities, c. 1650 – 1939. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2002.

Lee, Robert. “The Socio-economic and Demographic Characteristics of Port Cities: a Typology for Comparative Analysis.” Urban History 25, no. 2, (1998): 147 -172.

Lee, Robert. “Configuring the City: In-migration, Labour Supply and Port Development in Nineteenth Century Europe”, International Journal of Maritime History, 17, no. 1, (2005), 91 – 122.

Lee, Robert. “The Seafarers’ Urban World: a Critical Review>” International Journal of Maritime History 25, 1, (2013): 23 – 64.

Morgan, Frederick and James Bird. Ports and Harbours, 2nd ed. London: Hutchinson, 1958, [First Edition 1952].

Notteboom, Theo, César Ducruet and Peter de Langen. Ports in Proximity: Competition and Coordination among Adjacent Seaports. Aldershot, Ashgate, 2009.

Nevanlina, Anja Kervanto. “Classified Urban Spaces: Who Owns the History of Helsinki South Harbour?” In Identities in Space: Contested Terrains in the Western City since 1850, edited by Simon Gunn and Robert Morris. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.

Palmer, Sarah. “Ports.” In The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, Volume 3, edited by  Martin Daunton, 133 – 150. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Stavard, Jill and Alexander Cowan. The City and The Senses: Urban Culture since 1500. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.

Stevenson, Deborah. Cities and Urban Cultures. London: Open University Press, 2003.

Miguel Suárez Bosa, ed. Atlantic Ports and the First Globalisation c. 1850–1930. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Vickers, Daniel. “Beyond Jack Tar.” The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 50, no, 2, (1993): 418-424.

Wakeman, Rosemary. “What Is a Sustainable Port? The Relationship between Ports and Their Regions.” Journal of Urban Technology 3, no. 2, (1996): 65 – 79.

Warsewa, Günter. “Adaptation and Individuality: The Re-invention of the Port-City.” In Locality, Memory, Reconstruction: The Cultural Challenges and Possibilities of Former Single-Industry Communities, edited by Simo Häyrynen, Risto Turunen, Jopi Nyman, 18-45. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.

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