Historian of the city, politics, and society
I’m delighted to see the special issue of the Urban History Review that I co-edited with Matthieu Caron finally in print! The theme is “bad behaviours and disorderly public spaces,” and the issue includes great new work on Canadian urban history, covering everything from tattooing to the Banff counterculture. In addition to my work as editor, I wrote an article on the Yonge Street pedestrian mall, and co-wrote the issue introduction. You can read the issue (with access to Érudit, that is), here.