SCHLEY, David 帥德威博士
Assistant Professor, Department of History

PhD, MA Johns Hopkins University,
BA McGill University.
Tel: (852) 3411 6477

Nineteenth-Century US History;
Urban History;
History of Capitalism;
Environmental History.
  A. Book
  Steam City: Railroads, Urban Space, and Corporate Capitalism in Nineteenth-Century Baltimore (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020).
  Gridlocked: A History of Traffic in New York before the Automobile (in progress)
  B. Journal Articles
  “A Natural History of the Early American Railroad,” special issue on The Environment and Early America, guest edited by Christopher Parsons and Cameron Strang, Early American Studies 13, 2 (Spring 2015): 443-466.

“Tracks in the Streets: Railroads, Infrastructure, and Urban Space in Baltimore, 1828-1840,” Journal of Urban History 39, 6 (November 2013): 1062-1084.
  “Landscape and Politics: The Creation of Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park, 1860.” Maryland Historical Magazine 103, 3 (Fall 2008): 294-319.
  C. Book Chapters
  “Industry, Commerce, and Industrialization in the U.S., 1790-1870” in Timothy Gilfoyle, ed., The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019), 37-60.
  “Cities in the Early Republic” in Christine Paulus and Richardson Dilworth, eds., Guide to Urban Politics and Policy (London: SAGE Press, 2016), 21-32.
  “The B&O Railroad and the Changing Use of Streets in Baltimore, Maryland, 1829-1865” in Ralf Roth and Paul Heesvelde, eds., The City and the Railway in the World (Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Press), forthcoming.