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Urban history is a well established and flourishing field of historical research written by a leading scholar this short introduction demonstrates how urban history draws upon a wide variety of methodologies and sources and has been integral to the rise of interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to history since the second half of the twentieth century. First the wave of social scientific positivism receded second the clusters of urban historians previously located in economic history departments lost their focus and third new universities flourished in the emerging glow of cultural history. It may be a pleasure to teach the economic and social science research council that its distinction between money for teaching and money for research is meaningless but the social production of social history is a very arduous business royden harrison is professor emeritus of social history at the university of warwick his latest book is divisions of labour harvester press 1985 which he co edited with jh zeitlin
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