Monthly Archives: June 2011

The urban setting for the creation and circulation of news


Speaker:
Session: Street life and street culture: Between Early Modern Europe and the present
Conference:

Topographies of News


Rome and Divided Memory. Via Rasella and the Fosse Ardeatine 1944-2010


Space, memory and conflict in the Rome of Clement VII


A Spiralling Crisis: Famine, Finance and Public Works in the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza 1590-1600


The Voice of the People: the economic crisis of the fifteenth century in the Portuguese cities as seen through the parliamentary debates


Une crise? Quelle crise? Rythmes et limites de “la crise de la fin du Moyen Âge” à Paris


La gestion collective d’une crise financière: le cas de Tàrrega (Catalogne) en 1378


Staging urban history, Urban festivities and the creation of historic townscapes in Belgium 1860-1958


The Homecoming of the Martyrs, Inauguration ceremonies in the reconstruction after the First World War in France


Melita renascens – The building of a new European capital


Vienna Festival, Civic Architecture and Archducal Power in a Central European City (14th-16th centuries)


Starring: mother and housewife. Gender in narratives of the home in Post-War Germany


Floorcloth, linoleum and vinyl; the changing technologies of hard flooring materials and their impact on domestic space (1850-1950)


Bulgarian pioneer women architects and their innovating role during the interwar period


Advertising, Consumer Society and the transformation of women’s life in Spain during the first third of 20th Century


Les juifs de la Couronne d’Aragon seraient-ils citoyens?


Entre liberté économique et contrainte spatiale: la condition des juifs dans les villes de l’espace aragonais à la fin du Moyen Âge


Jewish Citizen in Southern Portugal during the Middle Ages: Social Topography, Economic Activities and Relationship with the Christian Majority. The Case of Estremoz


Cautious Neighbours: Jewish-Christian Interaction in the Cities of Late Medieval Austria


Class, Space and neighbourhood: the local politics of control


Création planifiée / évolution spontanée : la formation d’un nouveau quartier à Orléans (1880-1914)


A strong sense of neighbourhood in medieval and early modern Utrecht


The production of public places and spaces in late Ottoman Damascus: contesting public education


Sailors in Space: Transformations of the Ottoman Naval Academy throughout the 19th Century


Nocturnal Security in fin de siècle Istanbul


Neighbourhoods and Neighbourly Relations in Seventeenth-Century Istanbul


Baroque Piety And Status Honour: The Elite And The Privatisation Of The Church In Seventeenth-Century Antwerp


Commemoration in the Community: Memory in the Parish Churches of Medieval London


Graves And Memorials As An Expression Of Status: The Case Of Utrecht (1300-1600)


Cathédrale ou Collégiale? Monuments And Commemoration In Late Medieval Toul


La circulation des savoirs sur l’assainissement urbain entre la France et l’étranger (1890-1930)


Town planning of Zagreb as a part of European knowledge exchange


Importing American engineering: the technical debate in the Allgemeine Bauzeitung


Contribution de la culture technique de l´ingénieur géographe à la construction de la discipline urbanistique: la trajectoire professionnelle de Carl Friederich Joseph Rath


Agents of Globalization: Iberian ports within the European context, 17th and 18th centuries


European global players: the Northwestern Portuguese ports within the Iberian context during the 15th and 16th centuries


Towns, space and powers in medieval Portugal: a comparative approach


The urban form in medieval Portugal: a comparative study


Virtual Grodno Interactive Map as a Work-in-Progress


Lviv Interactive: The Pros and the Cons of Urban History Online


A new Website on the Urban History of Galicia: Making Maps Interact


Florence, Nuremberg and beyond: Italian silks in central Europe during the Renaissance


From Lucca to Venice: Italian silk production between Middle Ages and Early Modern Period


Luxury textile ensembles of Burgundian urban consumers c. 1384-1550


The trickle down of luxury textiles from courtly to bourgeois consumers in late mediaeval Bruges


Maritime trades and people mobility in 19th century. The look-out point of a Sicilian port. Catania harbour and the eastern coast of Sicily network


Transport and urban networks in medieval Holland (1200-1560)


Resilient structures. River trade in the IJssel region during the fifteenth century


Urban network and state economic policy: the Milanese case in the second half of the 18th century


Mendicants in Towns of Galicia during the Late Medieval and early Modern Times


Influences of Mendicants on structures and developments in Medieval Bosnia and Dalmatia


Towards the West: how Franciscan monasteries designed urban places in Portugal


Zum Standort von Mendikantenklöstern in der mittelalterliche Stadt: Einige Beispiele aus südwestdeutschen Städten


The Entrepreneurial City: Local Government and Historical Strategies to Inner City


Making Madrid Private and Public: Entrepreneurialism, Power, Democracy


Films of Westphalian towns in the 20th century as means of representation, creation of “image” and gaining publicity


Elena Gottarelli: une histoire pour une Bologne meilleure


“Rivers and Urban Development” – Marie Frommer’s doctoral thesis as an early example of women’s contribution in urban planning


The women’s presence in the “social housing discourse” in New York: Mary Simkhovitch’s contribution to the field of settlement and low-cost public housing


Feminist Theories of the American Cooperative Housekeeping-Reform, 1870-1930


Analysis of urban space devoted to sporting facilities for football clubs – The case study of the “IV Municipio” of Rome


Sport, heritage and the environmental psychology of place


New public spaces in the city. The rehabilitation of stone quarries in the metropolitan area of the Athens


The layered leisure landscape of Antwerp’s Nachtegalenpark, 1910-2010


The de-Ottomanization of Thessaloníki: culture, urban planning and the ideological treatment of its historic fortifications


An experiment in urban modernity; the development of Sarajevo during the period of Austro-Hungarian administration, (1878-1918)


De-ottomanisation, Europianisation, and Austrian Urban Architects in the Balkans


The modern city of Bosnia: engineers and hygienist theories 1878-1918


The Berlin Trade Exhibition 1896: Not a World Exhibition, but a ‘World City’ Exhibition


In Memoriam the Sydney International Exhibition, 1879: enduring urban and cultural legacies


Sin City Sick City: Representing the Festival of Sayyid Ahmed in the midst of 19th Century Cholera Epidemics


Nobles between town and countryside. The integration of noble residences in the city of Bruges in an age of expansion (12th-14th century)


La culture équestre dans la définition des élites urbaines à Gênes à travers les Annales lanuenses (XIIe-XIIIe siècles)


Urban elites and seigniorial elites in Brussels: cultural links, family ties and social convergence (12th-14th century)


The Lay Aristocracy in the Tuscan March between city and Country (11th-12th centuries)


Exporting Environments: Cinematic Urbanisms at the ›New Bauhaus‹


Towards a Minor Photography. John Gutmann in San Francisco


Cavalcanti, Cinema and the City


Fatih Akin’s Istanbul


Rabat-Salé: Urban and Cultural Hybridity in the Seventeenth Century


The Portuguese in Azamor: Social Relations and Military Architecture


Building the Portuguese City in North Africa: Continuity and Changes in Ceuta from 1415 to 1640


De la ville marocaine à la ville portugaise : milieux citadins et vie urbaine dans les villes côtières marocaines avant et durant l’occupation portugaise (15e-16e siècle)


Financial and commercial trade between Milan and Lisbon in the second half of the XVI century


Networks and merchant diasporas. Florentine bankers in Lyons in the 16th century


Network takers or network makers? Portuguese traders in the Medieval West


Merchant networks and business culture in late medieval Lübeck


Economics and embellishment. Tollgates and the meaning of city entrances in 19th-century Belgium (1800-1860)


Between form and space: city gates in early modern southern Portugal


The Changing Historical Gates of Sofia as Invariants


City gates and arches in the Castilian Renaissance: Urban embellishment and triumphal emblem


Street lighting in the modern city: a question of atmosphere


Gaslight comes to the city. Public requirements and private speculation in the Northern cities of Italy


Public lighting in Moravian and Silesian towns in the second half of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century


Street lighting in Spanish cities in the nineteenth century: from oil lamp to electricity


Between Imperial and Municipal in Helsinki: An Unrealized Plan for a City Hall 1913


National and Municipal Representation in the Austro-Hungarian Empire


The City Hall in Wrocaw, its History, Architecture and Symbolism


The Pride of Prague – A Neverending Story? (Old City Hall in Prague)


A symbol of unity or disunity? Nationalizing the City Hall in Kolozsvár/Cluj (1840- 1940)


“This mighty Arena of shining asphalt”: Establishing the Copenhagen City Hall and Square


Coexistence and conflict in medieval Spain: a case of water management in Al-Andalus


Speaker:
Session: Cristina Segura Graiño
Conference:

Les conflits de l’eau dans les villes d’Auvergne, XIIIe-XVIe siècles


Speaker:
Session: Cristina Segura Graiño
Conference:

Conflict Resolution, the administration of water in Piacenza


Speaker:
Session: Cristina Segura Graiño
Conference:

Les conflits autour de l’usage de l’eau dans les villes du nord du royaume de France et de l’ouest de l’Empire


Speaker:
Session: Cristina Segura Graiño
Conference:

“”Gipsy ghetto” in Budapest – The case of the 8th district


Celebration & Conflict. The Reception of the Hungarian Millennial Monuments (1896)


Jews in municipal self-governments in the Second Polish Republic, 1918-1939: Cracow and Warsaw


The Population of the Upper Silesian cities – between the Poles and the Germans


Controlling Birth? Relationships between Midwives, Women, and the Medical Profession in Urban England, 1960-1992


‘Perfect Ventilation, Good Sewage and Effective Water Closets’: Urban Factors in the Development of Modern Nursing in Dublin, 1858-1898


The Lure of the City: The Urbanization of Medicine and its Impact on Nursing and Nurse Recruits, 1850-1911


Midwives: Finnish Urban Women in the Service Economy during the Eighteenth Century


Ecologie des revendications urbaines à Bruxelles (1985-1995)


The restructuring of the Dapperbuurt: the start of the urban renewal process in Amsterdam in the Seventies


Urban Militancy for Urban Planning: the Legacy of Carlo Doglio


Street Knowledge: Community Needs and Urban Planning


“”Urban historians as city brand makers”


The strategic role of mega events in the reinvention and rethinking process of the European contemporary city as a destination for cultural tourism. Turin: from ‘Europe’s Detroit’ to ‘Capital of the Alps’


The arcane circle of urban memory: the role of history in urban regeneration


The effects of cultural tourism and leisure developments on the daily operation of the historical city of Athens


The effects of the contemporaneity on the urban and tourist development of Ravenna, “Fortress of Falling Empire”


Perpetual (re)building of the urban space: the incidence of heritage tourism on the transformation of the city of Alcobaça, Portugal


Petitioner and target group. Early modern neighbourhoods as corporate actors


Petitioning, colonial policy, constitutional experiment and the development of Dutch political thought


Political participation through visitation in Early Modern Bavaria


Creation of administration of Early Modern Prague Cities as a process of democratisation?


Comparing the Architectural Heritage of Central Lodz with the largely non-extant urban landscape of pre-1914 Warsaw


Croissance et métamorphose d’une ville de la banlieue strasbourgeoise


Why are houses interesting? Some thoughts from eighteenth-century London


Lennep 1746-1929: The urbanistic evidence for the gradual decline of a medieval capital and municipal town


Se repérer à Gênes et à Marseille aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles : les usages pratiques des plans et des guides


L’évolution des modes de repérage dans le contexte des embellissements urbains : le cas bruxellois (1770-1840)


Aménager l’espace et contrôler la population: la mise en place des bureaux de police à Rome entre l’occupation française et la Restauration


L’invention d’une poste à domicile à Lisbonne à la fin du XVIIIe siècle : description, perception et usage de l’espace urbain


La transparence urbaine au prisme de la numérotation des maisons. Le cas de Genève au XVIIIe siècle


Le numérotage dans l’espace urbain en France au siècle des Lumières


Se repérer à Lyon à l’époque moderne


Rapport de synthèse à partir des communications suivantes


Systèmes d’identification de l’espace urbain à Fermo (IT): de la toponomastique spontanée à la numération aménagée des bâtiments


A negotiated city. Viscosity and inertias in the transformations of aristocratic palaces in Pavia (XVI-XVIII c.)


Nella casa alle Quattro Marie vicino alla Punta del Pasquirolo nel circuito del Camposanto ». La pluralité des systèmes de localisation des immeubles milanais entre XVIe et XVIIe siècles


Les lexiques de la localisation urbaine à Naples aux XVIème et XVIIème siècle


Rome comme ville sacrée: lieux, dynamiques, pratiques, représentations (XVIe-XIXe siècles)


Une cartographie écrite: nommer et classer l’espace au Portugal du 16ème siècle


Dans les rues de Florence: système de identification de l’espace urbain entre l’époque médiévale et moderne


La toponymie et l’identification de l’espace dans les villes médiévales portugaises. L’exemple de Coimbra


Rapport de synthèse à partir des communications suivantes


Speaker:
Session: Modern and Contemporary Period
Conference:

The Industrial City as a Pattern of Development. Reflections on an Unaccomplished Experiment: the Belice Valley between the 1970s and the 1980s


The drawback of being independent. Ambitions and financial limits at the Universite libre de Bruxelles


Moving or Staying: A Matter of Positive Selection?


The City of Men: Urbanization and gender in nineteenth century Moscow


The Changing Culture of Alcohol and Addiction in Brighton, 1878-1948


“”Raggety all over”: slumming, child poverty and imperialism in Dorothy Tennant’s London Street Arabs


“”If it wasn’t for the ‘ouses in between”: Urban crowding in a Victorian music-hall song


Urban Affairs and Urban Actors: Huguenot Refugee Initiatives in Amsterdam, 1681-1685


Merchant Business and Networks in English-German trade of 1668-1680


Le bourreau dans l’espace urbain: acteur et victime de la mise à l’écart. (Hainaut et Brabant-15e-16e s.)


English Monastic Towns and Social Movements in the 14th and 15th Centuries: choice of action


Cortes et Corte sous le règne de Jean II de Castille (1406-1454)


Civic Iconography: The Great Seal of Ghent in Van Eyck and on Stage


Urbanization in Western Orissa: A Discourse on its growth and decline


Cosmopolitanism, minorities and urban spaces in Mediterranean port-cities, 17th to 19th centuries: research questions and theoretical approaches


Spatial Bonds and Boundaries of Minorities in the Ottoman Mediterranean


Mediterranean Port Cities and Institutions (XVIIth century). A Physical Description


Jewish urban spaces – a social development and settlement models in France and Italy before and after emancipation


Jewish Minority (Community) in Ottoman Port of Izmir during 17-19th Centuries


European “nations” put to the test by cosmopolitanism: some reflections starting with the case of Italians in Alexandria in the 19th century


The Qr?na Italian Jewish Community of Tunisia: An example of Transational Dimension


Harboring the Infidel: Urban Accommodations for Ottoman Turks in Venice and Livorno


The Grand Paris Debates and the Public Use of Urban History


Linnaeus doesn’t live in the city. The cataloguing of the XXth Century architecture as a device to transform the contemporary city. Turin and Ivrea as case-studies


The “historical heritage” and its uses in a post-socialist city: the case of Kaliningrad


Road construction and the appropriation of an urban history in Belgium (1928-1962)


Contesting the Research of Relocation in El Paso, Texas: Urban Removal and Counterhegemonic Resistance on the U.S.-Mexico Border


Urban History and Political Militancy. Rome in the 1950s


Social and Economic Development of Russian Regions and Regional Centers after the Reform of the 1860s-1890s


Guberniya City and the Periphery: the Interaction of Socio-cultural Worlds in the Central Black Earth Region of Russia in the Second Half of the 19th Century


«Harbingers of the Metropolitan Region»: Transnational Business and Work Identities in the Basel Border Area, 1890-1914


Gibraltar as City, Nation, and Regional Centre, 1895-1945


Turin: capital-city of Savoy and the control on the territories of the state. Infrastructures and architectures on the territory


Constructing an Architecture of the Region: the case of South-east Queensland


Digging up urban historical influences. From past to present in Iasi – Romania


The notion of regional capital and the decentralization in France in the years 1860-1910


“”City of many villages”: the making of the Rotterdam annexation region in comparative and long-term perspective (1300-2000)


Enfance urbaine en vacances. Projet social et projet architectural dans les colonies de vacances en Italie dans les années 1960


Summer camps at the Belgian seaside (1886-1980): a solution to the problem of loitering teens?


Socialist Cities and Children’s Spaces. The Case of Moscow (1950-70) 


Lived childhood spaces of post-war suburbs in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area from the 1950s to the 1970s


The children’s theatre in socialist Yugoslavia – “homeland nook” of the youngest citizens of “new” Yugoslav cities


Adoption at the time of allied occupation, USA, Germany, United Kingdom 


Displaced children in Germany after Second World War – Whose responsibility/legacy?


First enemies, then fathers: The GYA program of the U.S. Army and the Americanization of German Youth. The example of Bremerhaven, Germany


Associational life in Russia, 1855-1917


Families without women: fraternal associations in nineteenth century France and Britain


A nineteenth-century factory as a family replacing domain?


Clubs as vehicles for integration in the urban fabric


Dominant Families, Weak Associations: A Study of 18th and 19th Century Colonial Montreal, Canada


Socio-economic Relations & Civil Society: Alost in the 17th-18th Centuries


Reinforcing the family? Urban expansion, social relations and parochial government in London’s eastern suburb, 1550-1700


Civil Society or Civic Inclusion? The Welfare System in Northern Italian Cities from 1400 to 1800


Heads of households as tools for cartography of the late medieval Dijon


The atlas of the fire boundary. A new urban moving map of Rotterdam


A new Building in an old City: an analysis of the spatial relationship between the seventeenth-century Amsterdam City Hall and the Dam Square


City and Spectacle: a vision of pre-earthquake Lisbon


Understanding the urban tissue history through GIS assisted integration of geologic, geomorphic, historical and architectural data: the case of the history of Ferrara


Twelve Centuries of Landscape Transformation in the Randstad Holland in 6 Maps: ca. 800, 1200, 1500, 1700, 1900 and 2000


Four cornerstones for historical urban topography in the Low Countries. A methodological survey on four map corpuses and their potential for urban history


Cartographier la fabrique de la ville. L’Atlas historique des villes de France, un modèle en mutation


“Oggetto da Principe”. Innovations, growth and mobility in the secondary sector of Trieste in the Eighteenth century


Attracting masters, rebuilding Baroque Rome: The Accademia di San Luca between the late sixteenth and the late seventeenth century


Les villes du verre: privilèges et innovations dans l’Europe moderne


To kill two birds with one stone. Keeping immigrants in by granting free burghership in early modern Antwerp


The role of the guild in the Amsterdam book trade, 1580-1815


Regulating entrance in early modern guilds in the Low Countries


Guilds, skills and technical development among the coopers in de Low Counties in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries


Craft guild’s legislation and woolen production: the case of Florentine Arte della Lana in Fifteenth and Sixteenth centuries


‘The Ordinance for Taking Apprentices and for their Enrolment': the 1469 catalyst for technological innovation in English goldsmithing


Faire de Montréal une véritable ‘ville-nature’ » : une adaptation particulière de la notion de ville durable en contexte nord-américain


Green spaces in the city: comparing environmental policies and urban development in Mainz and Wiesbaden 1960-2010


Inscrire la nature en ville dans la longue durée : l’exemple du Parc de la Caffarella, à Rome


Preservation and Utilization of Tokyo Suburban Green Area. Case Study of Minuma Rice Field


Le Caire, ville durable : une mission impossible? Traductions égyptiennes et déplacement des enjeux pour une mégapole en crise


Points de convergence et singularités des approches du développement urbain durable en Europe et au Canada: l’analyse de Vancouver et Barcelone


Ecoquartiers en Europe: quelles leçons par ceux du Nord de l’Europe, quelles perspectives et quelles politiques dans les pays du Sud?


Sortie des énergies fossiles et politiques de développement durable dans quelques villes européennes (Stockholm, Fribourg-en-Brisgau, Hanovre, Grenoble) : l’héritage des années 1960-70


Urban Environmental Policy in Mainz and Wiesbaden – “intrinsic logic” of urban sustainability in two Rhine cities since the 1950s


Comment: Critical Perspectives on Geographies of Transgression in the History of the City


Urban Fringe as a Place for Everyday Transgressions


Keeping the Bubble out of Trouble: ‘Outcharming’ Transgressions in a Post Apartheid City


Bad Girls at the Berlin Wall: Adolescence, Provocation and Self-Experience in a Dangerous City Area


Out of Control. Geographies of Crime and Vice in Wartime Berlin (1939-1945)


The socialist city and its ‘melina’ in Polish People’s Republic


Geographical Police Knowledge of Urban Disorder, Antwerp 1880-1914


Policing Street Carnival in Lisbon 1890-1930


Spaces of tolerance or transgression? Zones for prostitution and nocturnal encounters in the early modern city (Mons 14th-16th c.)


Asian Cities depicted by European Painters : In the Case of a Japanese Folding Screen Painting with 28 Cityscapes and 8 World Sovereigns


New discovery – Stockholm in the early 17th century


The use of 16th century Netherlandish artists’ Roman vedute as historical sources


Topography and Mythological Transfiguration in Two 16th Century Genoese Cityscapes: a Jan Massys’ Painting and an Anton van den Wyngaerde’s Etching


Through the Eyes of a Sixteenth Century Reporter : the View of Constantinople by Pieter Coecke van Aelst


A Portrait Unmasked. The Iconology of the Birds’-eye view by Virgilius Bononiensis (1565) as a Source for Typological Research of Private Buildings in 15th and 16th Century Antwerp


Cities in Princely Decorum: Typologies, Meanings and Sources of Urban Views in Sixteenth Century Tapestries


The Image of the City: Representations of Urban Landscape in the Oeuvre of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’


Further reflections on urban limits: the fortified city in Alberti’s De re aedificatoria and the Vitruvian tradition


The Walls of Fez


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

Architecture of Power and Urban Space in a Divided City: A History of Official Buildings in Nicosia/Lefkosa


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

The Havana walls


Chronicle of a School Fence. Social Dynamics in a Problematic Neighborhood of Bucharest


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us’: Peace walls, and the public policy response to civil disorder in Belfast


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

Town walls do not a prison make: uses to be made of surviving or traceable historic Town Walls in the 21st Century towns and cities.


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

Invisible Walls: War, Reconstruction and Divisions in Sarajevo and Beirut


Speaker:
Session: Walls and the city
Conference:

The Rise, Partial Supremacy and Decline of the Urban Local Authority in England and Wales since 1835


Urban Development and Municipal Power: Beijing in the Wave of Globalization


Cultural power at war: Belgrade and Budapest 1940-44


Between local belonging and national citizenship: Regulating access to welfare provisions in nineteenth-century Belgian cities


Dictating Democracy: The Impact of Governor Baltia’s ‘Dictatorship’ on Local Government in Eupen-Malmedy, 1919-1925


How to rule a small town in early 20th century Portugal


The rise and fall of Mayor’s power in Greece, 1833-1936


Parceling out municipal power: local democracy and urban governance in Amsterdam, 1880-1940


Municipal power before municipal reform: representations and realities of the English municipal corporations in the age of reform


Markets in Europe. 19th and 20th Centuries: An Interpretive Hypothesis


Designing the ‘heart of consumption': the supermarket as a new model of food market in the contemporary city


The market of San Miguel in Madrid – A historical and monumental site


New order on ancient traditions: Dublin’s Iveagh Markets


The reorganization of the food wholesale markets: the case study of Rome (1870-1930)


Ambitious aspirations: transforming the food system in nineteenth century Stockholm


Market halls in Scandinavia, Russia and Central and Eastern Europe and they impact on developing of the cities


Jazz Expatriates as Cosmopolitans: the City is the World


Walter Sickert and the Changing Face of Urban Entertainment


Bartók’s hero and the city


Music, social identity and urban experience in the 19th century Greek-orthodox community of Constantinople


The internationalization of musical life in urbanized European capitals. A comparison of the operatic life in re-planned Paris and Rome at the end of the 19th century


Rossini Fever in the Cities of Paris and Milan


Carnival in Paris, Culture for the Masses


Emergence of Commercial Dance Culture in Vienna, 1780-1820


Urban transformations and neighborhood change. Bruges, three neighbourhoods in a comparative perspective


Mobilité intra-urbaine du peuple de Nantes d’après les listes du logement des gens de guerre (1719-1734)


Fashioning the neighbourhood: the role of the parish in the urban topography of London’s East End, 1580-1630


Neighborhood in Bologna’s Streets in the late medieval and early modern Period


Urban development and Jewish communities in Copenhagen 1700-1850


Political neighbourhood in 15th century Paris: the hôtel d’Artois and its “Burgundian” surroundings


Espaces et population : des quartiers « spécialisés » au sein des patrimoines immobiliers des ecclésiastiques vénitiens (XIVe-XVIe siècle)?


Profiling and ranking urban districts: the case of 15th- and 16th-century Brussels


Neighbourhoods, Suburbs and Ethnic Quarters in the Hungarian Towns of the 14th and 15th Centuries


From ‘the People’ to ‘the Citizen': Municipal Leisure in Manchester’s Urban Parks 1890 – 1910


Misread landscapes: the Victorian public park as ideological battleground


Ornamental, outdated or organic? City trees in a shaken environment (Belgium, 1850-1900)


The 19th century urban renewal of Salerno through pleasure gardens (la Villa) and the seafront promenade


The formation of promenades and parks in Zagreb as a part of European cultural exchanges


Walking on the Urban Edge


“”Utile Ducli” : the creation of promenades in Breton ports in the XVIIIth century


La commercialisation des loisirs dans les promenades parisiennes au XVIIIe siècle


Urban partialities in Navarre in the Late Middle Ages


Barons, Towers, and Hospitals: The Formation of a Social and Political Elite in Late Medieval Rome


Urban Conflicts and Royal Politics in Late Medieval Southern Italy. The City of L’Aquila in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries


Social Networks and Urban Elite´s Conflicts in Valladolid at the End of the Middle Ages


Los Velasco: stratégies lignagères, conflit et négociation à l’intérieur d’une famille de projection urbaine au Moyen Âge castillan


Institutional Pluralism, Coalitions and Revolts: The Case of Late Medieval Bologna


Lineage and faction in the Lombard towns (late 14th – early 16th century)


Regiving birth to a “historical center”: the Pelourinho’s program (Bahia, Brazil)


Changes in historic urban characteristics of Istanbul due to the planning practices in 20th century


Les couches historiques de l’environnement bati – l’example du centre historique de Budapest


Historic Urban Centres in Italy: an unavoidable concept


Making history. Historians and the creation of historic towns in Belgium (1800-1958)


Sight and sense. Armand Heins and the imagination of the historic urban centre at the 1913 Ghent World Fair


Les enjeux de la naissance du terme „centre ville” en Hongrie, première moitié du 19ème siècle


Les franchissements de la Loire au XVIIIe siècle à Blois, Orléans et Tours et la mue contrastée des centres urbains


Quand la ville (se) pose en seigneur. Nuremberg, l’écrit et la maîtrise de l’espace-temps vers 1500


De la ville aux mille rues à la ville exemplaire : la variété des éloges identitaires de la ville et leur récupération par les clercs au service du roi


Londres et le roi à la fin du Moyen Âge


« A requeste de bones genz li sires a la demande ». Recherche sur l’expression d’une identité urbaine dans le dialogue entre le Prince et la ville (espace francophone, XIIIe-XVe siècles)


Le registre de délibérations comme outil de représentation de l’identité urbaine et lieu de dialogue entre autorité communale et pouvoir royal (Brignoles, 1387-1391)


Arguments politiques et culture urbaine dans les raisonnements de Tolède contre Grenade après 1492


La « casa del racional » : mémoire fiscale et identité urbaine dans la couronne d’Aragon (XIVe-XVe siècle)


Les actes urbains, témoins d’une conscience identitaire et instruments de décision politique et de contrôle social en Flandre aux 14e et 15e siècles


Les notaires et la ville (Italie, fin du Moyen Age)


L’écrit et le pouvoir dans l’Italie bas-médiévale : les chancelleries urbaines et la construction de l’Etat territorial (XIVe-XVe siècle)


Pour ce que c’estoit chose non permectable en ville de police ». Violence regulation in the cities of the Low Countries (14th-17th centuries)


A clash of cultures? Violent behavior in Antwerp during the sixteenth century


Crime and gender 1600-1900: a comparative approach


The repression of prostitution in eighteenth century Bruges


Marriage, Law and Religion on the Relationship of Secular and Clerical Penal Power in Early Modern Bremen


Activités économiques des villes du royaume de Galice à partir de la contribution de l’Alcabala


Flemish towns: maritime trade and fighting with piracy in the beginning of the XVth century


Regional and interregional trading networks and commercial practices at the port of Antwerp in the 14th and 15th centuries. The testimony of merchants and skippers in court records


Changing hierarchies among medieval port towns in Holland (1200-1550)


Les espaces fluvio-maritimes contrôlés par les villes portuaires atlantiques au Moyen Âge


Commercial circuits in late medieval Northern Spain: the case of Cuatro Villas of the coast


Nouvelles données à propos du procès de formation des sociétés maritimes basques au cours du haut Moyen Age : le cas de Guipúzcoa (Pays basque)


Current state of art and new directions in research on Medieval Port-towns of Atlantic Europe in the Middle Ages


Disputed Transformations: The Redevelopment of Cologne’s “Stollwerck” Factory


Revealing Hidden Industries: The Impact of Deindustrialization on Edinburgh and Rome


Smoothing the National Landscape: Industrial Decline and Postwar Urban Renewal in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


“”More than a Lunchbucket Town”: Planning Post-Industrial Cities in North America


Urban decline and the inner city riots of 1981


Industrial crisis and reorganisation in a small city: Bassano del Grappa, 1945-1980


Industrial decline and urban governance: industrial policy in Chicago, 1920-1970


Decentralization Policy and the Decline of the Industrial City in France, 1934-1963


Back to the future: Recent representations of urban history in Vienna, Berlin and Dresden


Museums and archives as mass media: the role of citizens within the transformation of the cities


New paradigms in city museums. Exhibitions, the unrepresented and the knowledge gap


The Free and Hanseatic City Represented – The Historical Museum of Hamburg


Comparative Approach and the Historical Representations of Towns


Anatole Kopp the militant historian


Livable neighbourhoods. A hype or a new label for a continuing process?


Creating an accessible environment. Liveability as a concept in disability politics in the Federal Republic of Germany from the 1970s to the present


The city with the best quality of living worldwide. Theorizing and evaluating concepts and Vienna’s performances of livability


A dirty ruinous city: livability in Amsterdam 1815-1830


Ambiguous Modernism in the Urban Planning of Hanoi and Saigon, 1940-1945


Healthy, Wealthy and Wise: The Struggle for the Livable City in Charleston, South Carolina


Caught between two worlds: ‘livability’ in Indonesia


An African perspective on Livability


Living alone or with others? Elderly widows and widowers in Drammen Norway 1801-1900. Household and family situations


Urban opportunities: Imperial St Petersburg and Helsinki as marriage markets and labour markets for women


“”God has given me a manly spirit” Consumption and generating gender in the early 19th century merchant community between east and west


Married Women Working Independently, 18th century Copenhagen


Gender perspectives on urban crowds, 1700–1850


Noble ladies and the political sociability in the eighteenth-century Stockholm


Seeing is believing : urban gossip and the balcony in early modern Italy


What difference did gender make? Thoughts on writing the history of European towns


The Glocal Waterfront – evaluating standardisation in the docklands of Buenos Aires and Dublin


Contemporary Planning Practices for Municipalities A Case Study on Meherpur Model Town Plan, Meherpur Municipality, Bangladesh


Warsaw – Lodz: Nation-state capital and post-industrial city from global and local perspectives


Dessau, Central Germany: From Industrial City to ‘Bauhausstadt Dessau’


Global tendencies and zones of transition: The “Annenstraße” of Graz as an example for new developments in urban planning and management history


“”Village in the city” and complex development forces


Climate change adaptation in urban slums: overcoming barriers to community-government partnership


How the Global Meets the Local in a Postsocialist Slovak City (The Case of Banska Bystrica)


City twinning and inter-urban co-operation: A regime theory perspective


Revue Urban History (Great Britain)


Revue Stadsgeschiedenis (The Netherlands)


Revue Lide Mesta (Czech Republic)


Revue Ciudades (Spain)


Revue Citta e Storia (Italy)


Urban history review/Revue d’histoire urbaine (Canada)


Editing the Histoire de l’Europe urbaine


Writing cities and the making of modern Europe 1750-1914


Editing the Cambridge Urban History of Britain


A German perspective


The transformation of Spanish cities, between the crisis of the colonial system (1898) and the Civil War (1936)


Mussolini et la ville. Le fascisme entre anti-urbanisme et modernité


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Local Government and urbanization: the modernization of municipal système in nineteenth century Greece


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The idea of ‘international’ and local planning actors for the Development of Istanbul in 1950s


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Session: Modern
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On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: The Lynching of High-Rank O?cers in Urban Spain during the Peninsular War


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Session: Modern
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Urban development of Zagreb in the 19th century


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Session: Modern
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Stockholm. The late XIX early XX century debate on preservation and restoration


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Session: Modern
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Penser-classer la documentation iconographique numérisée


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Session: Modern
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Greek orthodox Roma


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Session: Modern
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From the skiing track to the skiing tunnel – sport and green space in Helsinki since the 1960s


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Session: Modern
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L’enregistrement des archives historiques industrielles grecques et une proposition pour leur catalogation électronique. Un outil pour l’histoire urbaine


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Session: Modern
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Le salaire des ouvriers de la construction au Moyen Âge: forme, rythme et dysfonctionnement. Le cas de Gérone au XVe siècle


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Session: Medieval and Early Modern
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“Feudal” or “Capitalist”? Urban land administration systems in the 17th and 18th century


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Session: Medieval and Early Modern
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The discussion about organization of medieval city Craft in Russia


Provision of Green spaces in London, 1930-1990


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Session: Medieval and Early Modern
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Les villes languedociennes et l’impôt du roi au début de la guerre de Cent Ans: techniques et stratégies ?scales


La centralisation de l’État savoyard entre faiblesses et crise de communication. L’exemple de la Communauté de Genève (XVe-début XVIe s.)


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Picturing Potosi: Transnational Interests and the Construction of a Spanish Colonial City


Jacqueline Tyrwhitt and the construction of a transnational scholarly community concerned with sustainable urban design


Les axes de la question urbaine et régionale dans les congrès de la Société Interaméricaine de Plani?cation (SIAP), 1956-1988


The Anglo-American «Townscape Connection” and the birth of urban design


Regards corporels sur l’histoire transnationale des villes. Montréal-Bruxelles au tournant du 20e siècle


The Architecture of Progress : Public Buildings and Planning in modern Osaka


Timely Innovations: Trains, Planes, and the «Whites Only» Economy that Made Miami a Pan-American City


La ville et le globe : les expositions d’urbanisme comme champ transnational, Etats-Unis / Europe, 1910-1913


Housing Development and the Alliance for Progress: Urban Renewal, and Housing Policy in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires in the 1960s


Universities’ contribution to the innovativeness of cities


Antwerp and innovation in the 16th Century


ICT Growth Factors in the Far Northern European City of Oulu


Shifting capitals : innovation (and conservative strategies) in Italy 1850-1880


Autour de Lyon : les limites daministratives comme frein au développement


Swedish Citites’ Incorporation Strategies


Intra-metropolitan dynamic and social organization in the Sao Paulo metropolitan region


Prague. Urban development of the Middle-European metropolis


Des forti?cations de 1840 à l’annexion des communes suburbaines en 1860: à la recherché des anticipations de l’extension parisienne


Logic and Geometric Strategy in Portuguese Urban Spaces During the XVII and XVIII Centuries


The Polyconceptual Cities?


The Architects and the History of Urban Planning in Brazil: The Constitution of the Field and the Iberian-American Dialogues


Revising Functionalism: a «case» in urban history studies


Writing Urban History for a large public and for students


Images of ideal cities in the conceptual projects of Radical Architecture


Barcelona deconstructed under the gaze of José Luís Guerín in Under construction


Cold War Urban Representations: The Same Stars, Marilyn’s Wink, and a Ratty Little Bowl of Forget-Me-Nots


Imaging the City. Venturi and Scott Brown’s Learning from Las Vegas and the Filmic Representation of the City


Branding Budapest, a city in process


The Man Between: Carol Reed’s Berlin


The City as Split Screen: Urban Identity and its Double in Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood for Love


The markets of Montpellier: national identity, food culture, and everyday city spaces


A Town Space of One’s Own : Dwellers Searching for Alternatives to O?cial Development


Spatial subversion for home-based work


Nature, gender and sensuousness in the lived suburban spaces from 1950s to the 1970s


The structures of everyday city. Space and urban practices in inter-war popular Barcelona, 1914-1936


Weimar and Dresden on the rise – can knowledge-based urban development save east Germany’s university towns?


Two visions, one city. The evolution of spatial concepts concerning University Premises in Poland on the Example of Poznan


University and city? – University and region! Neisse University as a regional partnership


Universities as Centres of Political Life in Russian Cities (1861-1905)


Own vs. Gown: Oxford University Press as an agent of partnership as well as rivalry in seventeenth-century Oxford


The Battle for the Standard : Students on the Streets of Scotland, 1880-1948


Worldwide underground cities


The underground: from zapping to musical cityscape


Eventrer Paris: Le percement du chemin de fer Métropolitain de la capitale, 1898-1946. Peurs, techniques et obstacles d’un grand ouvrage en sous-sol


Form and no form


City streams-public supply services and industrialisation of towns in the 19th and early 20th century


The Hague and its cultural industry in the 20th century


Nothing under the dress : the aridity of the fashion industry in Milan


Place-based Dimensions of Creativity : The Case of Cirque de Soleil


The re-emergence of Amsterdam as a major publishing hub in a changing international context


World cultural cities across the centuries. The evolution of cultural industries from an international perspective


Binary Stars in a Di?erent Orbit. Wealth, Power and Status in Sixteenth Century Antwerp and Lyon


Elite chrétienne et élite juive dans la Mantoue des Gonzaga (XVI-XVIIe siècles)


Sapientia et Auctoritas : The functional élites of Sopron and Freiburg im Breisgau in the 15-16th centuries


Power and the elite in the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza, between the XVI and XVIII centuries


Gouverner ou gérer? L’engagement des élites dans les corps de ville en Europe à l’époque moderne


Elites judiciaires de rang moyen et pouvoir municipal en france (seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle-XVIIIe siècle) : une désa?ection imaginaire ?


Ediles communaux et acteurs de la haute ?nance à Bruxelles (1750-1850): (re)composition des groupes élitaires à travers la première révolution industrielle


The Present of the Recent Past. The Di?cult Transformation of a « Paradigmatic Socialist City ».The Case of Dunaújváros (the former Stalin City)


Urban happens : City of Bucharest, from a socialist metropolis to a global city. An approach from the view of spatial localization of economic activity


De?lad Square in Warsaw. How Far Can One Run Away from Ideology?


Representations and images of ‘recent history’ of post-socialist cities. Liminality and transition of landscape icons


Socialist legacies in the city: towards “banalization”?


The Church Park – in the Heart of Lahti Landscape History


The in?uence of Law in the history of urban development: a case study in Ilha Grande dos Marinheiros – Southern region of Brazil


Urban Voids in the Historic City


The Modern Idea of Park and the Formation of the Urbanism in São Paulo: Der Städtebau and the British Town Planning Reception


Thermal comfort index for outdoor spaces in altitude tropical climate: a study in an urban settlement in Campinas, Brazil


Origin and development of Split’s gardens and parks in relation to the continuous changes of the town’s historical forti?cations and its growth


Gardens and “Green areas” in 17th- Century Madrid : The Maps of Mancelli (1622) and Texeira (1656)


Le Plan d’occupation des sols du faubourg Saint-Antoine à Paris (1993-2000), retour sur une patrimonialisation du banal


La construction des centraux téléphoniques parisiens confrontée aux règlements d’urbanisme dans la première moitié du XXe siècle


Le Conseil des bâtiments civils et la réglementation de voirie en France dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle


Ingérence royale dans les pays de tradition scabinale: vers une pluralité des institutions de gestion de l’urbanisme et de la construction dans la France du Nord XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle


The change of cooperative competition in the merchant community of Pori 1820-1840


Merchant widows in Stockholm and Turku 1750-1820


Religious networks, merchants and the question of trust in the Baltic trade during the 18th century


The hierarchic spatial structure of Dutch timber export trade in the Gulf of Finland, 1722-1780


Artistes et artisans dans la cité de l’Ancien Régime


Quartiers artistiques et transformations de l’espace urbain à Bruxelles (XVIIIe-XXe siècles)


Topographie politique et sonore dans la ville de Liège aux con?ns du XVIe siècle et dans la première moitié du XVIIe siècle


Les ateliers d’artistes et leur voisinage : espaces mondains et espaces de modes. Paris 1830-1914


Rue des Imaginaires, la coexistence des ateliers d’artistes dans les villes du Nord de l’Europe à la ?n du Moyen Âge


Les artistes et leurs résidences dans l’espace urbain à Mantoue,1450-1550


Le quartier parisien de la chanson (1900-1950)


Rebuilding a nation of provincials. Three Flemish towns and their reconstruction after the First World War


Bobriki, Stalinogorsk, Novomoskovsk: A Forgotten Sotsgorod as a Re?ection of Soviet Town-Planning Ideas. A History of Construction and Ways of Development


The twentieth century metamorphosis of Wünsdorf, Germany, from mega-garrison to sleepy suburb


Sibiu, Romania and Zamosc, Poland


Cultural Politics and Everyday Experience : Urban Imaginary of a Small Croatian Town


Orientalism and the cityscape


Singing without border. On a 19th century urban folk melody popular in several Balkan towns


Building urban culture as a national project: From Viennese diaspora to Serbian cities (Belgrade, Pan?evo, Kragujevac)


From begovat to bourgeoisie ? Some re?ections on the transformation of urban Muslim elites in Bosnia-Hercegovina before World War I


Community centres: a form of literary, cultural and social life in Bulgaria (mid XIXth- mid XXth centuries)


Between Political Gathering and Tavern. Social and public life in Pirot during the 19th Century


Une cité sanatoriale alpine : Sondalo en Valteline


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Les édi?ces-sanatoriums: une architecture moderne dans la ville de Paris au début du XXe siècle


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L’urbanisme sous contrôle médical. Davos, Leysin, Montreux et Lausanne dans le dernier quart du XIXe siècle


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Le sanatorium franco-américain de Tony-Garnier (1917) et ses modèles européens. La cité sanitaire comme complément de la ville industrielle


Building a utopia : the sanatorium ‘Sotiria’ in Athens


Deux archétypes des relations entre sanatoriums et milieux urbains: Davos (Suisse) et le plateau d’Assy (France)


La naissance du sanatorium en Europe et aux États-Unis (1860‚1902)


Urban modernization from Far East to Eastern Europe: the reconstruction scheme for the centre of Skopje


Leisure is Everybody’s Business : Josè Luis Sert in Havana during the 50s, the paradoxical e?ects of the Functional City


Techno-cosmopolitanism at Work : The Atelier des Bâtisseurs and the Migration of Urban Design Practices in Morocco and Algeria


Otto Koenigsberger and the Domestication of Neighborhood Planning in India


Michel Ecochard in Lebanon and Syria during the 1960’s. The spread of Modernism, the Building of the Independent States and the Rise of Local professionals of planning


Lauchlin Currie : ideas about urban planning in Colombia 1949-1993


Merchant colonies in Brindisi and Taranto harbors form the middle ages to the modern area


Les colonies marchandises des Amal?tains dans la Méditerranée entre IXe et XIe s. Le cas de Tunis


Medieval settlements of foreign traders’ in Famagusta and their transformation in Modern times


Mercantile colonies in Bari between IX and XIV


Foreign Traders’ Settlements in Famagusta, 1291-1373


Acres, ville de la Méditerranée. Histoire d’un quartier de Pise au Moyen Orient


Marchands et artisans étrangers dans l’espace urbain de Dubrovnik au Moyen Âge


De l’espace viticole à l’hinterland, l’exemple d’une capitale régionale, Bordeaux à la ?n du Moyen Âge


De l’hinterland subi à l’hinterland construit. Une tentative de lecture géopolitique des hinterlands de Trieste


Urban networks in a long time perspective. Venice and its Mainland from 15th to 19th century


Migration ?ows and the changing structure of port-city hinterlands: Bremen in the nineteenth century


The commercial landscape of the Southern Low Countries during the late middle ages and the sixteenth century : an old antithesis refuted and a new one developed


From International Gateway to a Central Place of Local (In)Signi?cance – the process of change in the hinterland of the Swedish town of Lödöse, c. 1050-1646


Comparative urban planning : Historic Cities and Patrick Geddes’ urban ideal


The impact of the automobile on European cities before mass motorization. A comparative historical overview, 1920-1950: sources and methodology


The conception of public works services: human resources and the municipal organization of public works in Antwerp, 1819-1880


Eaux de Paris, eaux d’Athènes , 1870-1930 : histoires croisées d’un réseau urbain


De la «revue municipale» aux archives municipales


La genèse con?ictuelle du polycentrisme religieux urbain. L’implantation dominicaine en Castille au XIIIe siècle


Sacralité ou superstition: le désenchantement du lieu de culte Anglican au 17e siècle


Polycentrisme religieux sur la Rive Droite à Paris au Moyen Âge


Prêtres et policiers à Rome pendant la premiere moitié du XIXe siècle


Masonic urbanism and heritage in Spain: new aspects from the democracy


Le polycentrisme religieux a Venise (XIV°-XV°siecles), paradoxe ou paradigme?


Entre recherche du salut, prestige et esprit civique: les bourgeois de Ratisbonne et le polycentrisme religieux de leur ville


clatement de la communauté ou islamisation de la société


Urban economy and urban space in the late medieval city (Bruges 14th-16th centuries)


Urban Cartography and Territorial Ambitions: the production of space in sixteenth-century Lille


Tentatives de réorganisation d’une cité polycentrique : les interventions des da Varano dans le tissu urbain de Camerino (?n XIVe-début XVIe siècles)


Productive crisis. Henri Lefebvre and the European city after the welfare state


Main basse sur la ville. L’urbanisation de Naples entre Alphonse le Magnanime et Don Pedro de Toledo


Les villes de la Seine : discours royal et usages sociaux de l’espace autour de Paris


La ville racontée : usages et représentations de l’espace a Paris au début du 15e siecle


La « fabrique urbaine », une approche dialectique des relations espaces/sociétés en milieu urbain non plani?é


De la ville médiévale à la ville moderne: pour une relecture critique du modèle italien


One disease, three remedies. Napoli, Roma, Genova facing 1656-57 Plague epidemics


Quand (et comment) un événement modi?e une structure. L’espace urbain de Plaisance avant et après la peste de 1630


Plague and Distribution of Property (Ivrea, Northern Italy, 1630)


Russian Provincial O?cialdom from its origin till Soviet Power: social and demographic aspects, Tambov Province Case


Friend or Foe ? Civilians, War Experience, and the Military in Southern Germany


Spectacles of 1809: Napoleonic, Russian and Austrian Celebrations in Lemberg


The Toulon Ball in the neutral City of Copenhagen 1794. The Story of a Cancellation


« S’approprier les moeurs, les habitudes, et la langue françaises »: le théâtre et l’impérialisme culturel français à Mayence et Turin (1798-1814)


Les nuits avec mon ennemi ». L’hébergement des troupes et l’occupation Française de la ville de Porto de mars à mai 1809


The French Armies in Trento (1796-1809). Chronicles, Diaries, and Autobiographies


Transforming city dwellers into peasants: a new task for the landless rural workers’ movement in Brazil


Les villes chiliennes en révolution ? Pouvoir populaire urbain et cordons industriels durant le gouvernement de Allende (1970-1973)


L’entrée en scène des périphéries: la grande grève de la construction de 1936 à Buenos Aires


Revolutionary changes towards Latin America’s urban masi?cación, 1910s-1930s


La plèbe de la ville de Guatemala (1808-1821): un acteur oublié?


Urban Revolt, Nationalist Revolutions : Puebla and Valencia, 1808-1812


Between Amurallamiento and Forti?cacion: Urban Expansion and Colonial Control in Havana, 1729-1762


Les révolutions des Alcabalas in Quito : une approche diachronique comparée


Histoire de Annaba: héritage colonial et continuum urbain


Turin et la réinterprétation du modèle du XIXe siècle dans les plans d’urbanisme des années 1980-1990


L’haussmannisation visitée par les urbanistes du XX siècle: entre connaissance et evaluation


La politique de logement populaire de l’Inde indépendante: un héritage de l’ancienne métropole ? Ré?exions à partir du cas de Bombay


La di?usion du modèle de la Haussmannisation aux villes-capitales du Brésil au début du XXe siècle


The 19th century town structures in Tartu and their reception in 20th century


Cooperation among regions with di?erent geographical conditions: the role of the marketline in the development of the society and trade in NE-Hungary


Sallanches (France, Haute-Savoie) : une ville de montagne à la ?n du Moyen Âge


Quelques considérations concernant les lieux centraux de la principauté de Valachie aux XIVe-XVe siècles au regard de leur environnement


Les petites villes des marges montagneuses de l’Ebre (Pyrénées, Monts Cantabriques et Système Ibérique) d’Auguste aux Wisigoths: caractères régionaux et rapports de pouvoirs


Formes résidentielles et vie domestique dans deux petites villes alpines: Sondrio et Sierre à la ?n du XIXe siècle


Des caractéristiques des villes de montagne: Puigcerdà (Cerdagne) à l’aune de Puerto Soller (Majorque)


Défendre la ville en pays de relief : apprivoiser un espace spéci?que


Châteaux et peuplement dans les Monts Forez au Moyen Âge


Petites villes de montagne : jalons pour une étude européennes comparative


Utopian Nightmare or Liveable Neighborhood? Residential Housing in Budapest in the Communist Period


Totalitarian versus Authoritarian Urbanism : Politics and the Design of So?a in the 1930s-1950s


The Very Model of a Modern Imperial City: Gondar, Ethiopia


Foreign parallels and a variety of concepts in the Soviet town planning during the reign of Stalin


The Palazzo degli A?ari in Milan and the Contingent Nature of Fascist Urbanisms


Building a socialist town in Yugoslavia and in the Eastern Block country: Czechoslovakia


Architecture of Italian rationalism in Istria


Low to Lviv. Soviet Urban Planning and Design in the Soviet West under Stalinism and Destalinization, 1939-1966


Laughing in Times of Post-war Socialist Establishment: Humor and Wit in Bulgarian Cities, 1945-1956


Eugène Poubelle mis en boîte


Laughter and War in Berlin, 1914-1918


Rire de la ville moderne, culture de masse et imaginaire urbain


La représentation comique des bas-quartiers madrilènes dans la zarzuel (1875-1905): une inversion des répertoires comiques internationaux sur la vie moderne urbaine


The Laughter of Parvenupolis


Bathing together : Daumier’s comic bodies and Parisian public baths before 1850


Metropolitan Mockery. Humour, Wit and Censorship of Theatrical Parodies in the 19th Century


Les revues théâtrales locales en France jusqu’aux années 30 du XXe siècle: s’identi?er en riant?


Rire entre voisins.Formes et enjeux de l’humour dans les « repas de quartier »


The invention of ‘Berlin wit’. Humour and the struggle over metropolitan identity in 19th century Berlin


L’humour au coin de la rue : « drôles » de regards sur la ville avec les arts de la rue


The Rebuilding of the Braunschweig Castle as a Shopping Mall 2005-2007


Corviale, Rome : Social Issues and Architectural Utopia


Forming the Urban through Architecture


Cluster Buildings. Large Scale Urbanism around 1950


A Duck is not a City. Concepts of urban imagery


The Tower : The Unique Big Building in Luxembourg and its History


Big Ambitions, Big Failures : a Comparison of the Designs and Constructions of Four Large Buildings in the Capitals of the Urals and Siberia in the 1920-1930s


The Invention of Invisibility: Munichs Stachusbauwerk


Fortunes and Misfortunes of Big Buildings the Example of Breslau before and after WW I


Shifting the Core and Spinning the City! The Vittoriano and the Urban Reorganization of Rome in the 19th Century


Chronicling Revolt as Urban Practice in the early modern Low Countries


Urban Topography of Famagusta in the notes of chroniclers and novels in Ottoman Period (1571-1878)


“”My life, the tyrannies of Hadji Ali and all the miseries of the Athenians”: Late Ottoman Athens through Panayis Skouzes’ chronicle


Angra et les autres villes açoriennes à la ?n du XVIe siècle dans « Saudades da Terra » de Gaspar Frutuoso


A Merchant Describing the City. Lodovico Guicciardini’s Descrittione di tutti I Paesi Bassi as a source for the Economic History of the Low Countries


Methodologies and sources for the study of the urban transformations: London in early Charles Dickens’s work (1836-1853)


Space, Place and Urban Life in the London Novels of George Gissing


Jacopo d’Albizzotto Guidi’s Description of Venice (1442)


Ecrire la ville, écrire en ville au XVIIIe siècle. Les Loisirs de Siméon-Prosper Hardy


Speeding up the city: the ring road in British urban planning, c.1945-1970


Public play spaces in Amsterdam through the work of Jakoba Mulder


The struggle of Madrid neighbourhood associations in the end of the Franco dictatorship: urban demands, social change and political opposition


Another planning history. The Ten-year plan (1956-1965) for the port of Antwerp as an urbanization project


Wartime Factories, the State and Postwar Planning in Urban America


Suburban Apartments and the Planning of Modern Metropolitan Toronto


Grands ensembles, state expertise and inhabitant participation in post-war France: Sarcelles, 1954-1980


From people to citizens of a planned city and territory. The experience of the Community Movement in Italy (1946-1968)


Conclusions


Une voisine nécessaire et encombrante: Lyon vue du Dauphiné au 18e siècle


Lyon et l’Italie séricicole du 16e au 18e siècle


Young men abroad : Upper German merchants’ sons write from Lyon (1500-1630)


Les relations ?nancières entre les foires de Castille et les foires de Lyon au XVIe siècle


L’installation d’une famille de marchands-banquiers ?orentins à Lyon au début du 16e siècle, les Salviati


Poèmes à leur ami Lyon : Clément Marot, Joachim Du Bellay, Pierre de Ronsard


Prima sedes Galliarum. Une image de la métropole ecclésiastique de Lyon (Occident, XIIe-XVe s.)


Lyon et le concile de 1245 d’après les chroniques italiennes, françaises et anglaises (milieu XIIIe-milieu XIVe siècle)


The age at ?rst marriage in three Belgian cities: Antwerp, Aalst and Ghent, 1800-1906


The role of relief entitlements in regulating urban immigration and settlement: Antwerp, c. 1700-1900


The Position Achievement of Immigrant-Retailers in Mechelen at the Turn of the 18th Century


The immigration of construction workers in sixteenth-century Antwerp. Did policy matter?


Marriage patterns of immigrant craftsmen in the Antwerp luxury trades: the case of the gold and silversmiths in the eighteenth and early 19th centuries


Immigration policy in the 18th century free-port of Trieste


Out of Place. The Case of the ‘Chinese Colony’ in Rotterdam (1911-1940)


Begging Strategies and the Integration of Migrants in Eighteenth-Century London


Autour du droit de bourgeoisie : les immigrants et leur intégration dans les villes des anciens Pays-Bas méridionaux (XVIe siècle)


Cités libres et républiques urbaines en marge de la Monarchie hispanique: Besançon dans ses relations avec l’empereur, le roi de Castille et les cantons suisses


Solidarité, concurrence et défense: l’action politique extérieure des villes françaises à la ?n du Moyen Âge


Armoiries, identité et relations interurbaines à la ?n du Moyen Âge: l’exemple de la municipalité toulousaine


Regarder par-delà la muraille


With Fire, Letters and Secrets: Or How to Turn Private Interests into Late Medieval Civic Foreign A?airs


Les relations d’une ville frontière et de la royauté: Lyon et le roi au XVe siècle


Villes d’Empire – Villes sous domination à la ?n du Moyen Âge: une politique extérieure si di?érente


La participation des villes castillanes à la grande politique du royaume (XV siècle)


Dalla casa del mercante alla residenza cardinalizia romana


Entre “commerce et vie urbaine” : les marchands, acteurs de la gestion de l’habitat (le cas de Lyon aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles)


Toward “private” public sales? Selling second-hand goods in the 18th century Antwerp and Brussels


An example of a pre-industrial shopping street: the rue Dauphine on the Paris Left Bank (1620-1790)


Shops and palaces in Piedmont(Italy) during the early modern age. The cases of Asti, Cuneo, Saluzzo and Savigliano


Out of Seggio : apothecae and markets in XVth century Naples


Architecture and the Economic Life of Shop-Houses: A Comparative Study of Amsterdam, London and Rome


The shop in the house


Commerce in palaces : urbanism, retail and elite architecture in early modern Italy


Accommodating the shop: the commercial use of domestic space in english provincial towns c.1660-1740


Mutiny and Punishment. The Destruction of Old Delhi in British Hands


Collective Punishment, Public Vows and Proto-Contracts in early modern Ottoman Towns


Sanctions canoniques, pénitences et réconciliations des villes rebelles à l’Inquisition (Languedoc, Italie, XIIIe-XIVe siècles)


Exclusions, Dégradations, Urbanicides dans les États du pape au Moyen Âge: de l’absolutisation de l’obéissance au pactisme politique


La conquête romaine en Molossie : la ?n d’un territoire par un châtiment exemplaire


Rome et la déduction coloniale : entre punition et récompense


La punition des villes rebelles par les Assyriens


Entre promenades et jardins publics: les loisirs parisiens et londoniens au XVIIIe siècle


Public services and urban management in Lions, 17th-18th centuries


Changes in medical administration of emergency: local practices of surgery in Paris and London, 1750-1800


Le système annonaire à Florence : de la ville-état à l’état territorial


Poor relief in the early modern Low Countries


Police and Poor Relief in Nantes during the French Religious Wars 1558-1589


A targeted public. ‘Public services’ in ?fteenth-century Ghent and Bruges


Commonwealth or private pro?t? A case-study concerning the government of the city of Nieuwpoort and its alleged abuse of public services in the middle of the 15th century


La distribution de l’eau dans les villes médiévales françaises (XIIIe-XVIe siècles). Service public ou service au public ?


Con?ict or Consensus? The allocation of public services in the Netherlands, 1500-1800


Cosmopolitanism Managed? Trade and Politics in Mediterranean Ports c.1770-c.1870


Hong Kong’s Transformative Image as a Port City: from British Colony to a Special Administrative Region of China


Migrations ; urbanisme et architecture dans les villes ports de l’isthme de Suez: échanges et résistances


Imperial Trieste: Local Culture and Global Commerce in the Adriatic


New York City : How Its Port Shaped Its Architecture


Lagos: Between National and World History (1861-2007)


Staring at the Sea, Staring at the Land


The ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam, 1850-1940. Global Orientation and Local Competition


Changes in Seaport Cities, Large-scale Infrastructure Projects to ‘Modernise’ Traditional Ports in i the 19th Century : London, Hamburg, Rio de Janeiro


Port Cities and Waterfronts – Global Planning Ideas and Local Identities


Contrôle social et logements sociaux à Rome au XXe siècle


L’impact de la politique de construction d’habitat social sur la cohésion sociale d’un quartier suburbain à Madrid 1923-1936


Les transformations de l’ordre social et urbain par ses marges: Gerland (Lyon) 1920-1980


Invisible boundaries : domesticating the Antwerp Seefhoek neighbourhood and its cités ouvrières during the ?nal quarter of the nineteenth century


Theoretical and ideological discourses on the problem of lower-class housing and its town-planning implications


A harmonious society of classes ? Manufacturers and social relationships in the Northern English Town : Halifax, c.1840-c. 1850


Popular housing and social control in the European cities, 1700-1850 : prospects for research


Homeland protection (Heimatschutz) in Vienna around 1900 or The imagination of the city between preserving and reshaping


Horizons nouveaux : représenter les pratiques idéales dans une cité moderne. Firminy-Vert 1959


Does urban life make farmers happy? The central settlements of collective farms in the Estonian SSR


“Our great contribution to the work of building a better tomorrow, a better, happier world” : visions of a new Warsaw after the second world war


“Now is it clear to me, that window and socialism are not in opposition”: happiness living in a new town of a new society


The happy gardeners. Origins and social function of allotment gardens in Germany


“”Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Liberalism and the image of the city in German planning theory around 1870


The changing pattern of urban form in relation to the perception of happiness in Georgian Birmingham


A 365-days-a-year Holiday’ on the Outskirts of Rome. Urban Form, Lifestyles and the Pursuit of Happiness in the Suburb of Casalpalocco


Johann Peter Willebrand’s, « glueckselige Staedte » : Happy Cities as conceived by an 18th century German writer


Reality and appearance: the construction of an urban identity and the elites of Southern Portugal in the late Middle Ages


Multiple social identities in the late medieval city of northwest Europe


Identité urbaine et modèle politique dans la Couronne d’Aragon


he City in the Eye of the Beholder: Early Netherlandish Painting as Vehicle of Social and Political Identity


War, territorial blockade and seigniorial pressure: external constrictions and stimuli in the construction of urban collective identities in ?fteenth-century Castile


Du village à la patrie : les identités urbaines en Provence


Group Identity of Medieval Councils ; A Comparison between English, Swedish and German Towns


Construction politique et juridique de l’identité urbaine en Rouergue au Moyen Âge


Les villes italiennes du Centre et du Nord: une identité territoriale et étatique (XVe-XVIe siècles)


Marketing the ‘Bracing’ Sea Air: health and Welsh seaside resorts,1800-1900


From Port to Resort : The Changing Pro?le of Small English Ports from 1830 to 1914


From the temple of Hygeia to the sordid devotees of Pluto. The Hotwell and Bristol: resort and port in the eighteenth century


Ports, Resorts and Recreational Space : the seashore, dock building and the urban parks movement in a nineteenth-century British town


Development of ‘resort’ and ‘port’ functions in a Mediterranean city: Famagusta in the second half of 20th century


The « Naked City » of Cap d’Agde : Fishing Port Turned Nudist Resort


Gijón. De la ville portuaire et industrielle des Asturies à la ville touristique et culturelle de l’arc atlantique européen, du XIXe siècle à aujourd’hui


The Seaside Watering-Places of Wales


The First Seaside Resorts 1730-1769


Port and resort in symbiosis and con?ict : Whitby, England, in the 19th and 20th century


The beach as port and resort


In Dreamland : the historic seaside amusement park revisited


“”To promote the material and moral welfare of the community”: Neighborhood Improvement Associations in Baltimore, Maryland, 1900-1945


Ségrégation socio–spatiale et inégalités environnementales à Mulhouse (XIXe-XXIe siècles)


The Early Epidemic Streets


Social Inequality in the Supply and Use of Fuels in Scottish Towns


Environmental justice in historical perspective: experiences of cross-section analysis


The return to nature: striving for environmental and social justice of the vegetarian social and health reformers in Berlin, 1880-1914


Our smoke is our prosperity”: Managing and contesting industrial pollution in Middlesbrough, 1880-1940


Les luttes contre les pollutions en Belgique (ca 1850-1930): vie et mort d’un combat urbain et populaire


Floods and Inequitable Responses : New Orleans before Katrina


Les inondations de la Seine à Paris (1802-1910): une « double peine » environnementale et sociale ?


At the limits of the European Sanitary City : Aspects of water-related environmental inequalities in Berlin – Brandenburg (1918-1939)


In market, mansion or mountain : representation of disabled children in reading for the young 1850-1950


A polio child in a Spanish urban community (1940’s-1960’s)


Developing a culture of disability at Apelviken ca 1900-1930 : treating children with non-pulmonary tuberculosis


Under the State’s tutelage : organising assistance for occupational accident victims in Francoist Spain (1939-60)


Experiences and meanings of work in two hostels in Norwich UK 1030-1980


“”Worth saving” disabled children in British cities during World War Two


On a detour : an example of using the disability studies’ theoretical viewpoints in a historical study


From the city to the sea : a biography of disabled childhoods


Consumer cosmopolitism and the city. The case of the Southern Netherlands, 17th-18th centuries


Paris et le luxe oriental au XVIIIe siècle


De la séduction française dans les Pays-Bas du sud (1648-1748): politique, économie, culture matérielle


Sugar and spice : shopping for exotic goods in mid-eighteenth-century England


Consommation et di?usion des produits asiatiques en Bretagne au XVIIIe siècle


Le « Renaissance bazaar » et les Guise : les biens exotiques dans la consommation d’une grande maison aristocratique française du XVIe


Enkhuizen aux 17e et 18e siècles ou le destin contrarié d’une ville cosmopolite des provinces unies


More than just carpets ? The consumption of oriental goods in the late medieval Low Countries


Paris watches in the late 18th century : a French product ?


Chintz, Pintado and Palampore :The Marketing and Market of imported Indian textiles 1600-1800


Dynamique de la maison médiévale de la ville de Tolède: apport de l’analyse factorielle spatialisée


The archaeological simulation before great works: between history and project


De l’annuaire à l’analyse spatiale : une approche systématique des localisations commerciales à Bruxelles 1840-1997


Multi dimensional data-base construction and partial evidence: Problems arising from the study of preindustrial built environments


GIS and the registers of the Antwerp aldermen (1396-ca.1420): keys to the evaluation of space and place in late-medieval urban societies in the Low Countries


L’occupation humaine et son évolution sur le territoire de Lyon depuis les premières traces connues jusqu’à l’antiquité tardive : analyse spatiale à partir des sources archéologiques, avant l’apparition des cartes anciennes


Creating European sceneries overseas during the 16th century : Portuguese urban enterprise and Dutch drawings through contemporary digital media


Mapping sixteenth-century’s Hertogenbosch : a spatial analysis of urban social structures


A GIS for the urban history of a Renaissance city (Ferrara, XVth century)


Buyle Eline, The development of an integrated historical GIS on the Flemish townscapes


Citizens, soldiers and popular unrest in pre-industrial Stockholm, 1719-1848


Civil Soldiers : Prisoners of War in Britain during the Mid-Eighteenth Century


Danish civic militias of the 18th and early 19th century – public spectacle, disciplinary instrument or military institution?


The early Georgian army and urban loyalist culture in England


Cromwellian Garrisons in Ireland during the 1650s


Urban militias and the still birth of the Portuguese bourgeoisie


Scottish urban communities and the British civil wars, 1637-51


The garnison towns in Denmark-Norway during Absolutism 1660-1849


Soldiers and civilians in two frontier towns of the Dutch Republic (1570-1650)


A Privileged Unit Meets Another : The Swiss Troops of the French King in the ‘Republic’ of Strasbourg in the 18th Century


The Plague, crises and interaction between military and civilian in the early 18th century Sweden, the case of Karlskrona


Qu’est-ce qu’un fabricant possède vraiment ? Propriété et gestion dans les manufactures de céramique de la République de Venise, XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles


The property structure of three Scandinavian medieval towns


Formerly Morisco Properties: Urban and Social Change in Catholic Granada


Transactions, co-propriété et relations sociales à Constantine à l’époque moderne


La propriété nobiliaire et les espaces privés de la ville. Le cas de Rome pendant la Renaissance


Le juriste face aux droits de propriété. La perspective de la doctrine lombarde à l’âge moderne


Social power and urban real estate : the case of monastic properties in XVIIth and XVIIIth century Paris


Métayers en ville, propriétaires à la campagne


Work and Property in Early Modern Italy: Padua and Florence in Comparative Perspective


La propriété immatérielle au XVIIe siècle : le cas du banquier anversois La Bistrate et ses opérations de change


Vies précaires et revenus perpétuels: la propriété des rentiers de la monarchie absolue (France, XVIIe siècle)


Inclusion or delusion? (Re)creating the mythology of urban spaces


From utopian thoughts to reality: The city of the future and its transport system: A comparative historical overview on European cities from the late 19th century to the mass motorization of the 1960s


Speaker:
Session: Modern and Contemporary
Conference:

Historical events influences on Iranian contemporary architecture and urban construction case example: Isfahan


Václav Havel and Tomaš G. Masaryk: Presidential art patronage and visual state representation at the Hrad?cany castle in Prague


The invention of two capital cities: Archaeology and public spaces in Athens and Rome


Surviving in Athens during the German occupation


Urban areas and social-political structure of English society in the last third of the 19th century


Great reforms of the 1860–1870s and Russian historical urban studies


Consulting with the community in late medieval towns


Relationship between city-government and citizen after the Batavian revolution in the Dutch republic


God and Law in the city: The case of the great mosque/cathedral of Cordova and its urban surroundings in a pre-modern era


Late medieval and 16th century urbanization – stagnation, expansion or both?


The city in suburbia: Urban metamorphosis and change in central Asian cities after the Arab invasions


Women in the guilds and fraternities


Speaker:
Session: Medieval and Early Modern
Conference:

Carol Reed’s urban trilogy: Vienna, Belfast and Berlin


Photography, order and progress: The construction of an urban ideal: San José, Costa Rica, 1890–1930


Filmic visions: Road movies and the construction of the urban image


Photographing urban America 1964–1979: From Garry Winogrand’s glance to Stephen Shore’s gaze


Migrant city: Lens-based media and the mobilization of Johannesburg’s urban futures


Bosporus as an urban interaction space


Space out of place: The forgotten Paris of Maria de Medici


“”Struggling for the city’s image”: Rome’s premodern urbanisation from a media historical perspective


Bargaining for power in times of media change: Filing and treating petitions in early modern German cities


Dogs, boars and holy mayors: Or how to appease late medieval riots by the use of signs and gestures


The policy of holy signs: The Basel treasury between imperial donation and civic representation


The use of the media to overcome conflicts in early modern Danzig


Engineers and planning: The invention of a professional vocation


Urban infrastructures and haussmannization


Exporting Haussmann and producing the opposite: Turin as “extreme” case study of the Haussmann’s idea of the urbanism and the urban space


Haussmann in the periphery – Lisbon (1880–1930)


Rénovation et projets urbains, revisiter l’haussmannisation


Ostend: A port on the border of the state


On the town of Lödöse: An attempt to explain continuity and change in a medieval port town on the Swedish-Norwegian border, 1050–1646


Port of Famagusta, from 14th to 19th century


Calais et Dunkerque, deaux sentinelles littorales, deux enjeux geostrategiques


Merchants under close scrutiny: Spanish monopoly with America and laws against foreigners’ illegal commerce (1714–1730)


The construction of a Portuguese seaport system in Early Modern age – an exploratory approach: The HISPORTOS project


Continuity and change: the emergence of a structured urban network in the Carpathian Basin between the 11th and the 14th centuries


Town and church in Frankfurt and Mainz: Medieval “Reichsstadt” versus “Bischofsstadt”


Some reflections on deutsch and undeutsch in medieval Livonian towns


The procession of the magistrates before and after elections in Lübeck and Venice around 1600


Political intermediaries and the politics of everyday life in urban Tudor England


Norms, symbols and modes of everyday decision-making in early modern cities: The examples Zürich and Münster


Les pratiques decisionnelles au sein de l’institution consulaire a Lyon (2ème moitié XVIe siècle)


An early modern town of pilgrimage: Burgo cappellae nostrae Sanctae Mariae de Loreto


Museums and exhibitions as urban tourist destinations


German views of American cities, 1870s–1920s


The culture of ruins: Critiques of urban tourism in early 20th century Italy


Grand tours of duty: American military tourism in Europe during the Second World War


Prague and its social housing policy between the wars


Homes for working class and homes for civil servants: Rome between the wars


The beginning of working class housing built by the state in Portugal: The district of Ajuda/Boa Hora


Philothei in inter-war Athens: A co-operative garden suburb par excellence


Local strategies of social housing policies in the area of Merseburg/Leuna in the 1920s


The maltreated citizen: Public riots and rumour-mongering in late 18th century Copenhagen


Through the ears of the citizens – rumours in Copenhagen before, during and after the bombardment of 1807


How old are modern legends?


Rumour, credit and violence: The importance of good reputation for the individual in the Early Modern town


Rumours, networks and political culture in late 18th century Copenhagen


Communication and mediation of poisoning in the 16th century


The Marqués de Tarifa’s account of Jerusalem in 1520


Pietro Martire d’Anghiera and Egyptian Babylon


London from a foreign optic


“Locked gates, smelly alleys, cloistered courtyards”: Early Modern English travellers constructions of Jewish quarters


Interpretation processes in re-used industrial areas


Discourses of memory and revitalization of deindustrialised areas in São Paulo city


Sense of place: mixed blessings


Reuse of Finlayson area in Tampere: National heritage or private playground?


Puerto Madero: Global and local place in Buenos Aires, Argentina


Preservation of cultural heritage in the small cities and the development of contemporary reception


Rome and its reception: British reactions to Rome in the 18th century


Accommodation in guides and descriptions of modern Rome


A geography of the reception in Rome in the 18th century


The reception of artists in modern Rome: The Spanish case


Cuttack city: Capital and commerce


Of sailing ships and sealing wax


Peshawar: A frontier city in the wild northwest of Pakistan