Vol. 42 Nbr. 1-2, December - December 2015
- "Cinematic and literary cityscapes as discursive node and character in globalism".
- The globalization of "American City": whiteness, multiculturalism, and empire in James Ivory's The Golden Bowl.
- Seeking refuge in a hostile city: minority narratives of Kolkata in Aparna Sen's 36 Chowringhee Lane and Anjan Dutt's Bow Barracks Forever.
- Reinventing the enemy's intentions: native identity and the city in the poetry of Joy Harjo.
- Map-making through multi-thread urban film and television narratives.
- London and professional society in H. G. Wells's Tono-Bungay and Hanif Kureishi's The Buddha of Suburbia.
- 'Haunted and Obeah': Gothic spaces and monstrous landscapes in Jean Rhys's Voyage in the Dark.
- The shock of the everyday: B. S. Johnson's post-war cityscape.
- Mapping the blind city: the urban crisis and false narrative in Shirley Clarke's The Cool World.
- World streets and Viae Ferae: the nineteenth-century cityscape in space and time.
- The Spirit of Cities: Why the Identity of a City Matters in a Global Age.
- Slumming: Sexual and Racial Encounters in American Nightlife, 1885-1940.
- City Reading: Written Words and Public Spaces in Antebellum New York.
- Buildings Must Die: A Perverse View of Architecture.
- The History of Future Cities.
- Saving the City: The Great Financial Crisis of 1914.
- The Magical Imagination: Magic and Modernity in Urban England, 1780-1914.