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Call for Articles: Special Section on the History of House Numbering for the journal Urban History

Street addressing is one of the most basic strategies employed by governmental authorities to tax, police, manage, and monitor the spatial whereabouts of individuals within a population. Despite the central importance of the street address as a political technology that sometimes met with resistance, few scholars have examined the historical practice of street addressing with respect to its broader social and political implications. We would like to invite those scholars with an interest in this subject to contribute to a peer-reviewed special section of the journal, Urban History, that we are organizing on the histories and geographies of urban house numbering. Articles should be no more than 8,000 words in length, with a preliminary submission deadline of December 15, 2010.

Each paper submission will go through the journal's regular peer review process; however, it will first be submitted to the special section organizers (Reuben Rose-Redwood and Anton Tantner) for an initial screening prior to peer review. We are particularly interested in showcasing recent work that links the history of urban house numbering to broader debates concerning the interrelations of space, knowledge, and power that have animated contemporary discussions in the social sciences and humanities. If you are interested in contributing to this special section, please contact the special section organizers at your earliest convenience and provide a very brief description of the proposed paper topic to be submitted. We look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Reuben Rose-Redwood, University of Victoria (redwood@uvic.ca)

Anton Tantner, University of Vienna (anton.tantner@univie.ac.at)