Urban History occupies a central place in historical scholarship, with an outstanding record of interdisciplinary contributions, and a broad-based and distinguished panel of referees and international advisors. Each issue features wideranging research articles covering social, economic, political and cultural aspects of the history of towns and cities. The journal coverage is worldwide in its scope. In addition, it hosts innovative multi-media websites – including graphics, sound and interactive elements – to accompany selected print articles. The journal also includes book reviews, reviews of recent PhD theses, and surveys of recent articles in academic journals. An indispensable tool for urban historians worldwide, the journal’s annual bibliography features on average over 1,000 publications culled from monographs, edited collections and periodicals.