The April/June 2015 issue of the journal “City” (Volume 19, Issue 2-3) includes several articles on transportation history. These appear as part of a special issue focused on “Interactions with Infrastructure as Windows into Social Worlds: A Method for Critical Urban Studies.”
The articles most directly related to transportation history are:
– “Interactions with infrastructure as windows into social worlds: A method for critical urban studies: Introduction,” by Hillary Angelo & Christine Hentschel
– “The birth of the urban passenger: Infrastructural subjectivity and the opening of the New York City subway,” Stefan Höhne
– “Hierarchies of happiness: Railway infrastructure and suburban subject formation in Berlin and Cairo around 1900,” Joseph Ben Prestel
To see the full table of contents for this issue of the journal, including free access to abstracts, see http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ccit20/current#.VR7KO_nF98F. Note that you may be able to get a free copy of these articles by placing a request with your library’s Interlibrary Loan program.
Thanks to Asha Weinstein Agrawal for the post.