Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ecce sacerdos magnus”: bishop’s entrances in regio patronato dioceses. A comparison between Kingdom of Naples and Portuguese spaces. (XVI-XVIII c.)

Session: Triumphal Arches and Urban entries: Mutations of an Urban Ritual in Christian Europe (16th-20th Centuries)

Moscow triumphal aches: bringing perceptions of war and peace together)

King George and Queen Victoria’s triumphal entries in the ‘ancient city of Edinburgh’: portraying a modern urban identity in the XIX century

Sind wir Helden? A brief architectural history of the Äußeres Burgtor in Vienna

The solemn entries and their representation on paper: a complex relation. The case study of Spanish Milan (16th-17th centuries)

The city and ephemeral architecture in Siena between 15th and 18th century: triumphal arches, ceremonial apparatus and ritual pathways

Freemasonry and its baltic links: the union between german strict observance and the swedish system 1778-1782

Associations in times of political turmoil: science societies and the Bolshevik regime, 1917-1921

Networks across the Iron Curtain: The International Union of Architects (UIA) and its impact on socialist urbanism and East-German architects, 1949-89

Associations and colonial governmentality in the Ionian islands under British rule

Peripatetic cultures of social internationalism (1850-1870). Transnational and local associational cultures in Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland & Italy

Transnational tendencies in a national framework? The early German labour movement as civil society actor, 1830s to 1860s

The transfer of anti-societies: Europe and the United States, 1820-1900

‘Traditional’ or ‘modern’? Changing retail practices in some English towns, 1700-1900

Shopping in Athens during the 19th century. New capital, new spaces, new customers

Continuity of the new

The new and the inherited in a small town: ambivalences of modernization in Banjaluka

Belgrade between empire and nation-state: the 1862 riots and shelling and their aftermath

Reconstruction of identities in the urban space: the cases of Izmir and Thessaloniki in the early 20th century

Towards a Post-Ottoman Muslim Urbanity. The Muslim Associational Network and the Reshaping of Gender Frontiers in Sarajevo (1878-1941)

Conflicts and gender in the viennese consumer culture 1880-1914

Glasgow’s Community Based Housing Associations: More accident than design

Affected Citizens” and Urban Planning: Defining Participatory Rights 1960s-1970s

Agriculture, gardens, and built environment in the ancient city of Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, México

Urban Farming: Resilient Energy-Efficient sources for Long- and Short-Term Food Security

The idea of a Dutch design model city

Constructing “German Prague”: monoethnic visions of a multicultural town, 1800-2000

Vilnius, Wilnia, Wilno, Vilna: Mosaic of Memory

Divided memories – contested spaces. Dispute over a place of memory

Urban activism and heritage care. Case-study of the Antwerp Zurenborg district

Formal and informal networks in the lives of working-class women in late 19 century urban Northern Europe

Citizenship as a relevant factor for inclusion and exclusion? Italian internal migration and italian labour migration to Germany, 1950s-1970s

The archaeology of traditional Maya farming

Forma urbis and urban identity: Naples in the experience of the Interdepartmental Center of Research on Iconography of European City

Les secteurs-piétons en Europe: forme contemporaine de réappropriation de l’identité urbaine depuis les années 1970

Festivals in the 8th district – cultural memory of the “ghetto”

Memory and Identity Between National and Local Narratives – Negotiating the Past in the City of Seville (1892-1950)

Capital memory: What Do Capital Cities Commemorate?

Park fiction’ – the success of a persistent and creative urban action group in hamburg

Thalidomide and social exclusion: urban and rural communities compared

Creating the liveable city in 1970s Britain: state policies and inner city community building

Municipal citizenship: linking local government to the urban inhabitant in the interwar period

Why urban agriculture? A comparison between the significance of urban agriculture in the 17th-18th centuries and today

The ‘terrorist’ underground: film and the representational spaces of left-wing political violence in Italy and Germany (1969-2008)

Corporeality, physical violence and politics in social and oppositional subcultures in Poland 1956-1989

Communities of violence in Barcelona during the Second Republic

A Room with a View: Cold War Cairo

Session: Cities and the Cold War

The concrete obduracy of Hoog Catharijne. The tensions between local politicians, a private developer and citizens 1963-1973

Town twinning during the Cold War: competition for cultural influence or interaction connecting people?

Session: Cities and the Cold War

Bologna in the Cold War: a communist city in the West between interaction and ideological rivalry

Session: Cities and the Cold War

Blending the cold war differences: Belgrade as a stage of architectural exchange

Session: Cities and the Cold War

Modernism and urban renewal in Denmark 1939-1983

Werner Hebebrand and Edmund Bacon: A comparative analysis of post-war urban renewal in Hamburg and Philadelphia

The cultivated town – another perspective on urban life

The history of the Civic Hospital in Venice (1797-2011) in the light of contemporary cultural and urban challenges.

The museum vs. the city as a museum: The case of the New Acropolis Museum in Athens

An Anglo-American vision of modernity: Re-planning the Post-WW2 Portsmouth

İzmir as a Battlefield of Cold War 1950-1970

Collaborate and conform or resist against the Soviet regime in Lithuania in 1944–1990: A case study on resistance of students and professors

Rebuilding the Cities Destroyed in World War II: Growing Possibilities for Comparative Analysis

Transatlantic crossings: The cultural specifity of global ideas on the city

A transnational lobby for postwar planning. The International Federation for Housing and Town Planning in the 1940s and 50s

Urban design: The building of a transnational field in the English-speaking world

Rethinking postwar planning history

Home-centeredness in post-war Oslo and Edinburgh: home and the hierarchies of socio-cultural identity

Coming up for Air: the urban home and novel in interwar London (Storm Jameson, George Orwell, Jean Rhys, Virginia Woolf)

‘From the housewife’s point of view’: active citizenship, feminine identity and the gendered domestic interior in post-first world war Britain

A flat for rent: women’s role and the urban middle class home in the early 20th century Italy

Public housing for the middle class: shaping homes for the civil servants in postwar Italy

The Pilastro Village. Identity conflicts in a public housing suburb of Bologna (1960-1980)

Les hommes de finances dans les villes de Castille: collecteurs, fermiers et financiers 14e-15e siècles

Redistribution de l’impôt et luttes d’influence entre villes, dans le réseau urbain brabançon au 14e siècle

The political side of the coin: financing cities in the Burgundian Low Countries (14th-15th centuries)

The impact of financial crises and social conflicts on the management of urban fiscal systems. The case of the duchy of guelders, 1450-1550

Une opération d’utilité publique au service d’intérêts privés: l’exemple de la création du quartier Mazarin d’Aix (1646-1750)

What price a roof? The Cathedral Chapter and the cost of housing in sixteenth century Toledo

Le patrimoine immobilier des chapitres cathédraux du Moyen Âge à l’Époque Moderne. L’exemple de San Salvador d’Oviedo

Corporate ownership in the capital of modernity: finance and built space in Paris, 1880-1914

Low-rise city Almere and the quest for an urban identity

The Elm Fight and its Consequences: Stockholm as an Alternative City – From Tree-huggers to the Internet

The Museum of Modern Art in Brussels: How 20 years of urban activism can fail

Claiming les halles: urban identity, transformation, and resistance

From domesticity to urbanity: building a demand for public services. The role of the Italian Women’s Association (UDI), 1950s-60s

“We earnestly pray that it may be preserved.” A British petition to save the Kapellbruecke in Lucerne, Switzerland, 1899

Discovering the Environment. On Lucius Burckhardt’s Notion of Sustainability

Clearing away of rubble as decisive part of the reconstruction in Munich

The monumental street space as an element of a sustainable city

Planning beyond limits: Otto Wagner’s comprehensive plans for Vienna

Modernisation ou conservation des villes anciennes maghrébines au XXe siècle? Les projets de percées des médinas au regard des émotions qu’ils suscitent

Between laughter and tears. Modern urban space and emotions

“Ils me font peur, ces architectes”: the fear of urban transformation in Paris

Le Corbusier’s heartbeat

New York, new emotions

Felt Selves: The Crowd Mind and the Social Self in the Modern City

Big City Love? Patterns of intimacy and urban change in Berlin and Cairo (1860-1914)

The role of sound and music in the city of emotions: Greater Manchester and the Ruhr, 1850-1890

The Descrittione di tutta Italia of Leandro Alberti

Visiting the theatre of war. fortresses, battlefields, and the bellicose past in the southern low countries (1697-1750)

Sommos vecinos, no propietarios (We are neighbors not land-owners): The Concept of “Community of Neighbors” in the Struggle against Forced Eviction

Between need and greed: squatting as a social practice in izmir, turkey, 1922-1928

Struggle for urban land: Squatters and the authorities in colonial Manila, 1898-1918

The Condition of the Cultural Class in Austria

Charm of novelty’: the restructuring of the London Zoo and the cultural industries in mid-nineteenth-century Britain

Coming Face to Face with Modernity: Visual culture and the experience of urban renewal in late XIX-century Madrid

The conquest of urban space: popular music, youth cultures and everyday life in the GDR

Transgressing the Void: Socialist Planning vs. Self-Managed Everyday. The Case of Belgrade (Serbia)

Urban memory places of 1920s in St. Petersburg: reconstruction of everyday life in new socialist districts and its reenactments in the present

Spatial STORIES-SOCIALIST realistic district through the eyes of its residents

Housing demand in the Polish Peoples’ Republic

Routines and disturbances in the cognitive economy of socialist cities in the GDR – the example Halle-Neustadt

The amalgamation of tourism and the construction business on the urban fabric: small-scale entrepreneurship on the Greek islands

Tourism boom and urban form on the Greek islands of Hydra and Aegina: two different development approaches in the proximity of Athens

Balearic and Canarian resort cities: A comparative essay in the insular aesthetical urban landscape, 19th-20th centuries

Conflicting uses, conceptions & perceptions of urban green space. Urban politicians versus urban action groups, Antwerp 1860-2010

Gender and class issues in relation to urban space and green areas in Sweden c. 1940 to 1970

Conflicting uses of socialist urban green spaces – The example of the GDR

Bury the monuments!!!

The transformation of urban nodes of power struggle and scenarios of public uprising – A revolutionary road: Tehran University to Azadi Square

The Athens Polytechnic uprising: myth and reality

“The Supreme Lodge of the Ancient Order of Conspirators of the World”: El Paso, Texas as Plotting Ground for the Mexican Revolution

Santiago de Chile: an amnesic post-colonial city

Between cancer and capricorn: urban planning and know-how exchanged

Remembering the Dutch Revolt. Cities, city guides and civic rivalry in the seventeenth century Low Countries

Guidebooks, urban space and sacred topography in modern Rome

The modern art trade in the urban spaces of Berlin and Paris c.1900-1930

Kinshasa, tales of the tangible city

The importance of being at home: a defense of historic preservation in Oran, Algeria

Confronting colonial built heritage. The appropriation of colonial architecture and planning in Indonesia

Built heritage of blue-red-plain-brick-wall in Shanghai

Does denial heal memory? The colonial traces in Jamaican urban tissues

Nick-nacks, feathers, and silk ribbons: the impact of the mercers’ trade on clothing and social perception in Renaissance Florence

Splendid and Grandiose » or « Just Bourgeois ». Drinking Culture as a Social Marker in the United Provinces in the 18th Century

Multivocal metropolis: the social variety of language in the early modern city

Urban development and policy extension in the American societies in early 16th Century

Des Soldats Dans La Ville: La Restauration De L’ordre Dans Les Villes Frontalières Du Nord De L’espagne À L’époque Moderne

Inquisitors, urban society and social policy in 17th century Palermo

Order And Disorder In The Solemn Episcopal Entrances Of Early Modern North-Western Spain

Order and disorder in the urban chronicles of northern Spain, XVI-XVIIi centuries

The urban changes in the city of Zadar in the 11th and 12th century

European planning after the black death (1350-1500)

Transnational planning and disease in West Africa: the inter-colonial conference on yellow fever, Dakar, April 1928

Moving ideas or moving money? School building and development aid in postcolonial Africa

Lisbon’s early 1950’s hub and Africa. Architecture and urban planning

Story of an abondoned port: Urban transformation in Bengal’s Southern frontier

Urban vulnerabilities in “post-conflict” afghanistan

Experiencing the urban: social groups, public displays and the colonial state in Delhi; 1863-1880

Privatizing the game: college football, university stadiums, and the making of exclusive publics

Stadium in the age of mechanical reproduction

Conflict and spectacle in urban stadia

Identity, civic pride and the role of sport in Middlesbrough, c. 1870-1914

Grand hotels in the italian riviera during the belle époque: the cases of genoa and sanremo

International features and local contest. The culture of the Grand Hotel experience in Gardone Riviera on Lake Garda (1883-1914)

Grand Hotels around the Kvarner bay: Hotel Architecture between Politics and Leisure in the Austria-Hungary

A European Hotel in national context: Hotel Kämp in Helsinki as symbol of true metropolitan life

A little Paris? The creation of central boulevards and grand hotels in Brussels (1880-1914)

The Nation on Display: Exhibitions in Prague, 1891 and 1895

Le monde et la province. Les expositions internationales françaises en dehors de Paris entre 1880 et 1914

The walk of the town: prose versus poetry in modelling the early modern city

Constantinople and the Holy Roman Empire: The changing image of the ‘Turk’ in sixteenth-century German Print

Pour une nouvelle sémiologie urbaine: l’industrie Portugaise à l’avenue de la liberté en 1888 et le Portugal à l’exposition universelle de 1889

Cultural dynamics and new forms of urban spectacle in the Aegean island towns, ‘1920 – 1940’

The Republic of San Marino. A place for tourism (1894-1950)

Leisure practices, order and security in Lisbon (1870-1910)

Cultural life in provincial towns. Public space, sociability and representations during the 1st Portuguese liberal cycle

Rhodes, Cos and Porto Lago, Urban policies in the Dodecanese port-cities, under Italian Rule

A Jewish urbanistic movement in Italy during 16th-17th centuries

Civic identity and urban experience through architecture and traveler’s tales: a comparative analysis of Florence and Cairo in the fourteenth fentury

The parochial structure of English monastic towns

Literary descriptions of Spanish cities in XVIII century

The mughal city of lahore through european eyes: reality and perception

Bombed churches as war memorials. Conservation of the Second World War ruins in England from London to Coventry

The “Peace city of Hiroshima” project: building a new city and creating a place of memory

We do not need a town-planning futurism but communist urbanism: was it really the case in Zagreb?

How collective were the Czechoslovak collective houses?

Whose globalization? New towns in socialist Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia and the postcolonial world

From ‘small-time dwellers’ to ‘last of the Mohicans’ and ‘heritage pilgrims’ – the formation of social identities in Finnish small town suburb

Session: The post-war European suburb

The growth of roman suburbs during the XXth century

Session: The post-war European suburb

New Zagreb neighborhoods – East and west compromise

Performing national, familial and urban past? The centenary of the company Friedrich Krupp in Essen in 1912

The decline of the performed past in Amsterdam 1898-1923

Urban Government and Civic Pageants: Making Citizens of the City in Manchester and Chicago

Pageantry, civic identity and the politics of history: The national pageant of Wales

The landscapes of Belgian reconstruction: a balance between modernity and tradition

Cartographies of Latin American University city

Urbanism and visibility: Study of two traditional Arab-Ibadhi cities: Nizwa and Ghardaia by applying space syntax

A critical approach to the urbanization theories in Eastern Europe

New urban stories in a hybrid city museum: a Rotterdam case study on fast food street stories

Per salvare la città et il suo popolo insieme”. Communicating the future: Raimondo Veronese’s prophecies for Venice

Musical urbanism between radicalism and tradition. A reflection on the architectural discourse of the 1920s

Modernity V Traditionalism – the 1923 Belgrade master plan

Planning a modern market town with a historical atmosphere – The reconstruction of Gyongyos, Hungary after the fire of 1917

Feminism, education, and the urban child: the International Kindergarten Union 1892-1914

The Pedagogy of the City: The Emergence of the Urban ‘Knowledge Society’ in Europe and the US, c 1900-1914


A museum for the city of Verona?

The historian and the city museum in a multi-disciplinary age

Thoughts on methodology in studying a Chinese city. A transdisciplinary approach to the case study of Tianjin

Coping with Living Life Abroad. Czech Expatriates in Dresden and Pirna during the Thirty Years’ War

Crossing boundaries: defining and redefining Urban History

Greater Lviv. History of Metropolization

The urban lens: an ideal impetus for heritage studies?

Transgenerational and transnational research and the learning/teaching of urban history in a european perspective

World urban cultural history and “nonwestern” stories, the city of Diu as an interface of east and west

Towards global histories of Southasian cities

Bring some sweep to those streets: reflections on writing a global history of urban segregation

Alphaville revisited: trans-nationalizing the history of urban security and segregation in the age of gated communities

Whose “urban internationale”? Intermunicipalism in Europe, C. 1924-36: The value of a decentrist approach to transnational urban history

(Trans)nationalism and the German city

Comparing urban reform in London and Brussels

Measuring qualities: an application of geographical information systems in comparative urban social history

“Des fausses causes locales”?: comparing prostitution in 18th C. Port cities in France and England

The house and the city in and italian neighborhood: bixiga, são paulo, brazil, 1890-1930

Session: Modern Urban Societies

Lessons from abroad: internationalisation and cosmopolitanism in nineteenth-century Lisbon’s police

The seven cities of Galicia (1500-2000): a multimedia atlas on Spanish urban history

Oporto and epidemics: the city’s response to sanitary crisis

Between two Modernisms: Istanbul and Ankara, 1932-1956

Session: Modern Urban Societies

Experts within the service of the City of Prague and their role in the sanitation of the city’s historical center

Session: Modern Urban Societies

Dedeagatch /Alexandroupolis: Rethinking on the creation and development of an Ottoman company town at the end of the 19th century

Buildings as locations: the significance of space in the Huguenot refugee experience in seventeenth century Amsterdam

‘The clash of cities?’ European perceptions of urbanity in the Christian and Muslim world in comparative perspective

From “Mahatta bus raqam talata [Bus station no.3]” to “Beverly Hills”: spatial imaginaries in suburban Cairo

Between ‘centers’ and ‘peripheries': on the ironies of colonial urban terminology in Africa

Defining peripheral places in Quebec. A review of key planning documents and electronic media (1960-2011)

The urban vocabulary of social stigma in late 20th c. French

The names of Gypsy neighborhoods in Bulgaria: how can you know that they are Gypsy?

to name or not to name, that is the question about Ferentari. Contradictions in naming processes of one Bucharest district

le borgate di Roma: legal and illegal peripheral identities in the Italian Capital city

Borgata» and «borgatari». Rome’s edge in the XXth century

From ‘maloca’ to ‘favela': representation of housing and spacial exclusion in Brazilian popular music (São Paulo, 1950’s and 1960’s)

Tientsin: italian colonialism in china 1900-1947

The military and the city: Incipience of modern urbanism in Sarajevo and Sofia 1878-9

The role of imperial and local authorities on the construction of ports of Smyrna and Thessaloniki

Kazan provinc in Russian Empire: 19-th century urban transformation in comparative perspective

The cit and the state in the campaign for cleaner water in Moscow

French colonialism and the repair and restoration of the public and religious spaces in the Tunisian city of Qayrawan, 1881-1956

Controlling the scientific crowd: organising and accessing ‘parliaments of science’ in British provincial towns, 1831-1884.

Agronomy and Agronomists in the Spanish cities, 1880-1936

Enlightenment in the City in the 18th Century Atlantic

The Golden Horn: A space for science and technical education in the 19th century Istanbul

From Workshop to the city: the Industrial Institute and the Modernization of Lisbon (1852-1900)

Two Planning Competitions for Ankara and Istanbul: French and German schools of urbanism confronted in the early twentieth century

Everything a suburb: The changing lexicon of the Australian urban fronter

East-west labeling of peripheral urban places: an historical perspective on a contemorary phenomenon

Urban reform in times of change, 1839- 1881. Ottoman town planning and frontier cities of Thessaly: The case of Volos

La Société industrielle de l’Est à Nancy: expertise locale et échanges transfrontaliers pour la réforme de l’espace urbain (1883-1920)

Competing for the spaces/competing in the space. State, local powers, economic development and urban spaces in Trieste (1870 – 1918)

The Ottoman governance of urban factions and the role of invisible borders wihthin cities: neighbourhoods, streets, dead-ends and squares

Rearranging urban borders in Ottoman and post-Ottoman Nish’

For my race will speak the metropolis: science, power, urbanism and society in the building of University City of Mexico

Between prestige and expertise. Negotiating the benefits of medical societies in Ghent, Antwerp and Brussels, 1830-1880

The design of the city: the academicism and the Modern Movement in South America

Brazilian garden cities: accommodating urban modernity and foreign ideals

Messengers and strategies, the reception of modern urbanism in Bogota

The pan american congresses of architects: discussing continental identity and the legacy of the european ideology in urban planning (1920-1960)

South american metropolises’ plans (1923-1930): analyses for plan noel (buenos aires), plano agache (rio de janeiro) and plano de avenidas (são paulo)

The city planner and the politicians: Uno Ahren, the city of Gothenburg, and Swedish modern architecture in the 1930s

Municipalité, bureaucraties, savoirs techniques dans un ville de l’Italie méridionale: le cas de Catane de l’époque libérale au fascisme

Mayors, Professors and Managers in struggle: Scientific Expertise and political power in the Greater Berlin town planning debate, 1900-1920

Experts and municipal leaders in the polluted city (France, 1900-1950)

Defending the southern cities of France during the 1870 war: the call for “experts” by the municipalities

Central experts in regional negotiations: The Swedish experience

The role of the “Deutsche Beleuchtungstechnische Gesellschaft” for the implementation of new lighting technologies

Knowledge accumulation and expertise relations around implementation of a high technology urban infrastructure: Electrification of Ottoman Istanbul

The emergence of a new type of expert in France during the second part of the eighteenth century: the public lighting contractor)

Museums and the history and identity of Sarajevo

The town of Bamberg: conflicting, competing or complementing communities?

Florentine merchants in sixteenth-century European cities: a comparative approach

Ruling the City: the Social Networks of a Castilian Oligarchy (1450-1520)

Jewish Congregations of Ottoman Empire and their Contribution to Galata’s Urban Formation

Jewish settlement in banned cities: Jewish immigration in Debrecen in the periods between 1790-1870

Engineering Failures and the Contested Nature of Expertise in mid-Victorian Britain

De Favela a Comunidade. De Favela a Ex-favela. Usages et contra-usages des nouvelles classifications des peripheries urbaines a Rio de Janeiro

Birobidzhan: cultural revival, conceptual geographies, and uses of “The Jew”

From “Atlantis” to …? The past and present of Jewish Krakow in the second decade of the new millennium

History of Jews in Wroc?aw and in L’viv after the Second World War until 1970

Brody Always On My Mind – Mental Mapping of a Jewish City

Jewish fashion houses in AmsterdaM, 1880-1940

Vienna’s Jewish Geography: Imagining the Leopoldstadt

Social inequality and access to formal networks in diverging urban societies. The cities of Mechelen, ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Leiden in the 17th century

Coimbra, when the religious institutions dominated the space

The empire as a myth. Fascist universalism and new urban lifestyles in the italian colonial towns

The Argentine tango on its way to Europe. Global cultural encounters and local challenges around 1900

Les Mille et une nuits (espagnoles). Loisirs urbains et orientalisme architectural

Bohemianism in Lisbon (1840-1910): here as in Paris, London or Berlin

The Vienna Café as cultural icon and commercial venture: 1800-1914

The transmission of entertainment

Influences culturelles et transformations dans l’art musical au XVIIIe siècle: l’observatoire romain

Photography and the Construction of Collective Memory in Ghent, Belgium

The Work of the Carnegie Endowment in Europe after World War I: The Libraries of Belgrade, Leuven, and Reims (1919-1928), a Comparative Approach

Local pasts’ vs. ‘national history’: a case of Kontraktova Square

No turning back: re-negotiating the past in the Dutch cities of Nijmegen and Rotterdam after WWII

Kaunas as an alternative capital of interwar Lithuania

L’usage politique de l’histoire: représenter Villeurbanne (France, Rhône) à travers des récits historiques des années 1905 à 1939

Mannerheim in Helsinki. Inventing Military Traditions after the Finnish Civil War

Connecting individuals and groups: social relations and configurations in late-medieval Vienna

Overlapping neighbourhood social networks within fifteenth century London

Hôpitaux et réseaux de métier à Bruxelles au 14e siècle

Cities as places of common memory in Poland at the turn of the XXI century – two cases: Wroclaw and Sejny

Apocalypse now? Dealing with destruction and defeat in Germany´s Wilhelmshaven in the aftermath of the second world war

Romanians and the city: local politics, historical narratives and public space in Cluj (1918-2000)

The image of the city quantified: pictorial representations of urbanity in early Netherlandish panel painting (1420-1520)

Describing and telling the town through the iconographic and literary sources. Study cases in the Italian Late Middle Ages


Violent crowds in the preindustrial Scandinavian capitals

Popular movements in urban context: the case of late medieval Hungary

The popular politics on the Mediterranean periphery. Social conflicts and solidarity in the Venetian towns of the eastern Adriatic in the 16th century

On a red line across Europe. Butchers and rebellions in XIVth century Siena

Law and order in the Venetian Corfu

Dead bodies and an empire en l’air: secular and sacred authority over urban territory in the early modern period

Putting furniture together. The changing material culture of the domestic interior in Bruges and Oudenaarde during the ‘long’ sixteenth century

Dinner is served. The material culture of the kitchen in sixteenth-century Oudenaarde

The upholder in the consumer culture of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century england

A centre of consumption? Later Medieval Dijon: The inventory of Jehan Aubert

Lux patentissima and world piazza: early modern diplomatic portraits of Rome

The ‘Digital Thematic Deconstruction’ of early modern town views and maps

Al- Quds between the eye and the heart – an ottoman portrait of jerusalen by the flemish painter vanmour (1716)

The 18th-century Prague. Josef Daniel Huber´s „images“ of the capital city of Bohemia

Identifying the (sub)urbs: embedded portraits of antwerp in pieter bruegel the elder’s series of the months

Images de Venise: propositions pour une nouvelle approche à l’histoire de la ville

Fragments d’un discours urbain: la fabrique d’une image urbaine sans image à erfurt à la fin du moyen age

New luxuries in 16th-century York

The ‘material renaissance’ and the middling sort: domestic goods and the practices of everyday life in provincial English urban houses

Fur in dress in the Low Countries between 1450-1650

Civic identity in early modern Southern Italy. Monarchy, feudal power and local élites in the urban renewal (1469-1560) of Sessa Aurunca

Building a civic identity. Historical Memory and identity marks in Castilian cities in the transition from Middle Ages to Modern Era

es apports de la longue durée pour l’étude du renouvellement des oligarchies municipales: la Lois de Bruxelles de Charles Quint à 1795

Brawling, quarreling, and insulting: the civic processing of disputes in sixteenth-century Saxony

Whose autonomy? Power relations in and outside the pre-industrial European municipalities

Do municipal institutions matter? The case of early modern Antwerp and Amsterdam in a comparative perspective

Introduction, Commentator

Between change and persistence. Material culture and consumerism in sixteenth-century Frankfurt on the Main

Small-scale portraits in 16th-century Lyons: fine art, luxury objects or commercial baubles?

Parishes as institutions and contexts for urban music making (Antwerp, c.1585-1794)

Vers une redéfinition de l’institution paroissiale urbaine à la fin du Moyen Âge? L’exemple de Venise

Municipality and periphery. The articulation of different local identities

Middle-Class Poverty and Civic Identity in Copenhagen c. 1770-1850

Looking beyond the city walls: civic identity in the texts of later medieval English towns

Civic Identity, Social Behavior and Accusations of Witchcraft in Early Modern Denmark

L’impact des waqfs sur l’évolution urbaine des villes ottomanes et leur rôle comme des institutions publiques “XIVe-XVIe siècles” (exemple: Edirne)

Citizenship in Pre-modern Eurasia: A Comparison between China, the Near East and Europe

Women and the Urban Parish: Westminster and London

Pragmatic’ religion? Public devotion in 14th and 15th century Mechelen

Cities and Healthcare in Early Modern Europe: Contrasting Paris, London and Marseille between 1550 and 1750

Between millstones – City council as comunication point between Olomouc community and Swedish occupation authorities (1642-1650)

Civic Community versus Urban Society: The Cult of Corpus Christi in Late Medieval Vienna and Buda

Byndyth hym well treuelie and faythfullye: urban apprenticeship in sixteenth-century northern England

Becoming a townsman. The integration of burgher immigrants into society and town council directive in early modern Prague

Early Modern Townsman in a New Military Coat: Municipal Armed Forces in the Czech Lands (1750 – 1848)

Helsinki and Sveaborg – town, fortress and interaction

Impact of military presence in Danish towns 1660-1848

A Mediterranean case of contrasted militarization: the harbour city of Messina

Soldiers, traders and engineers. Military and urban society in Europe (1650-1850)

Community of Communities and/or Community of Individuals? (On the Example of Late Medieval Pressburg)

Constructing Solidarities: Variations in Social Arrangements in the Cities and Towns of England, Italy and the Low Countries, c. 1350-1550

In first person plural: Forging communal identity in the early charters and statutes of medieval Hungarian towns

Late medieval and early modern civic identity in Denmark

Le palais incendié, la plèbe déchaînée. Les mutations de la police de Mexico après la grande émeute de 1692

Crise urbaine et institutionnalisation de la police: le cas de Lisbonne après le tremblement de terre de 1755 (titre provisoire)

Polices et crises politiques à Paris, 1848-1871)

Extension urbaine, migrations et maintien de l’ordre. La réforme de la police des ports à Marseille dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle

Policing eighteenth-century Bristol: taming the chaotic city

Police and dangerous urban classes: culture and practice of public order in the cities of northern Italy after national unity (1861-1880)

Harmoniser la surveillance policière urbaine et rurale ? La Révolution genevoise et l’impossible rationalisation administrative (1792-1798)

Monuments, mayors and memorialisation: strategies for civic commemoration in early modern England

Where to shop? Spatial patterns of retailing circuits in Brussels, 1830-1914

Stages and fictions. Publicity of privacy, fictions of interiors and shopping during the 19th century

Dublin’s South City Markets (1875-1894) a magnificent building but a commercial failure’

Food Retailing and Public Markets System: The Barcelona Case

Market places and central spaces. Markets and the rise of competing spatial ideals in Danish city centres, C. 1850-190

The saint james parish in ghent: social variety and religious unity

Parish, chapter and urban elite to a background of commotion: the case of the higher clergy of st. nicholas and st. pharahild in Ghent (1520-1577)

From the search of a space to (the) definitive establishment: urban parishes of Oviedo in XIVth century

Time and space: structures of urban household provisioning

Paintings, furniture, silk dresses and snuff boxes: The luxury shopping experience of the Swedish aristocracy in eighteenth-century France

Men, women and the supply of luxury goods in eighteenth-century England: the purchasing patterns of Edward and Mary Leigh

A feminine luxury in Paris at the end of the 18th century, Marie-Fortunee d’Este, princesse de Conti (1731-1803)

Gender, luxury and graftwork in British and European international exhibitions C. 1880 to 1910

New luxuries and economic transformations: Venice in the long 18th century)

L’éducation à la consommation, tempérance et ostentation à Marseille au XIXe siècle: affaires de pères, de mères, de filles et de fils…

Women’s roles in the 18th century Copenhagen luxury trade

Commercial routes between the Florentine Republic

Castilian merchants in sixteenth-century Florence. The Astudillo partnership and the Florentine “Natione Spagnuola”

Commercial routes and trading posts of the greek communities in Romania: Cultural and Ekistical Heritage

Piero Pantella from Piacenzaand and the textile industry of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) in the first half of the fifteenth century

From Damascus to Aleppo. The Venetian communities and the near eastern cities

Routes of commerce in Zagreb area in late Medieval period

Structuring local, regional and international levels: The durability of Italian presence in early modern French economic life

Gewolbherren und “Kammerherren” – Florentine and southern German merchants in fifteen-century Buda

Temperate towns and hybrid hills: how ‘European’ was Kalimping, how ‘Asian’ was Darjeeling?

Tale of Two Cities: Bombay and Calcutta in the Eyes of Satyendranath Tagore (1844-1923)

Empire Day in the Antipodes: Local and Global Dimensions

Victorian Food Markets: Designing the City from the Inside Out

Mashup Metropolis: international networks and urban identities in an Australian city

Routes of commerce and foreign merchants settlements in Mediterranean ports and central European cities: 14th-19th centuries

Breed and Brooze, Naval Supply and Early Modern Production

The construction of the sea fortress of Sveaborg – geographic perspectives of the economic impact

The military factor in a daily life of the capital of Russian Empire in XVIII century

Barracks in the city (XVIth-XXth century)

How British was Cape Town by the time of South African Union (1910)?

Citizens of the Empire Day: A comparative study of Urban Elites and Empire Day, 1904-1939

Human mobility and public politics during periods of decline: French immigrants in Aragonese Towns (1635-1702)

The city as “factory of elites” in northwestern Spain during the passage from medieval to early modern times: the case of Oviedo

The lure of Rome. Building yards, immigration and public debt (16th-17th c.)

L’attrait fiscal de Lyon (17e-18e): drainage des élites régionales et géostratégies familiales

Darkness on the edge of town. Life stories of proto-industrialists in the 16th century

Seigniorial apparatus as an urban pole of attraction. The county of Luna (León) at the end of the middle ages

Paradise in the tropics: the Franciscan convent and the idea of order in the colonial towns and cities of Northeast Brazil

São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and the idea of the “European City” (1870-1915)

New Towns – Image Identities Future Perspectives

Session: New Worlds, New Cities

Becoming an ‚imperial river‘. Engineering and disputing the Viennese Danube in Early Modern Times

Infrastructure and the topography of towns in the Randstad (13th-15th century)

Interactions entre paysages fluviaux et urbains dans l’essor des villes riveraines entre Garonne et Meuse, du début du moyen âge à la fin du XVIe s

Ruins and networks :the rise and decay of Alcantara city in Maranhão -Brasil

Session: Shrinking cities

Post-socialist shrinking cities: global challenges

Responses to decline in 17th-century Antwerp. Economic and financial policy of the urban government of Antwerp after 1648

Session: Shrinking cities

Infrastructure as umbilical cord: Water governance and regional engagement in Detroit

Session: Shrinking cities

Shrinking Cities and urban-rural Territories. A methodological framework for a sustainable urban approach

Session: Shrinking cities

Shrinking Cities in Peripheral regions

Session: Shrinking cities

See you in court! The role of the local and the central courts as mercantile contract enforcers in sixteenth-century Antwerp

Hoc Perenni Subsidio Prospexerit Corcyra»: The lure of credit and the urban microfinancial networks

Urban life at river banks: city – river spatial interferences and everyday activities in St. Petersburg, 18 – 20 cc

The Seine, a Parisian river? Imprints, control and dependencies, 18th-20th centuries

Traffic junction: coincidence or intention? The city of Lemberg in memoranda of Galician railway societies

Laval, ville moderne: les promesses d’une ère nouvelle

Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Milan and their waters

The transformation of a socio-natural site: urban development and river transport on the Viennese Danube (19th, early 20th century)

Urban development and public transport; the influence of a tram line on the spatial development on the west side of Amsterdam between 1900 and 1920

‘Riding on top of the car': The Tram and Urban Transformation

The modernization policy of highway network in anatolia

Rivers, industrial cities and hinterland production in Quebec, 19th-20th

L’urbanisation des infrastructures ferroviaires dans la métropole japonaise contemporaine, à travers le cas de sites de grandes gares à Tôkyô: des projets privés à destination du public

From public transport to thematic subway: Barcelona

Paris se meurt: Gratte-ciel, automobile et modernité 1953-1965

La ville à la croisée des chemins. Réseaux d’échanges et discussion des problèmes automobiles en ville (1923-1964)

Immigrant’s neighborhoods and the construction of a metropolis: São Paulo, 1890-1930

Nationalizing Diamonds

Irish identity, sustained memory, and cultural politics in cincinnati urban history

Spatializing the cosmopolitan colonial city. Re-reading the urban landscape of Lubumbashi (DRC)

Centre athénien: en tram, en voiture ou à pied?

Développement des TCSP et maîtrise de l’étalement urbain

Depicting the ottoman city of constantinople in turkish miniatures and french engravings of the 16th and 17th centuries, a cross-cultural perspective

Reconquering Andalusia: The Muslim Cities of the West

Vacate and substitute – shift in cultural context of Istanbul

Cosmopolitanism and Elite Migration in Dresden before World War I

Nation, political parties and social groups: the creation of collective memory in an Italian industrial town between the 1800s and the 1900s

Two englishwomen in Angora: Travellers’ accounts of the ‘New Turkey’

Transition of the ultimate islamic city through the eyes of two italian travellers

Muslim, Christian and Jewish towns in Palestine through European travellers’ accounts (19th – 20th centuries)

The observations and reflections of the German/Danish traveller Carsten Niebuhr during a journey in the Orient 1761-67

Imagined geographies of Isfahan

Medical reformation in sixteenth century Nuremberg

Beyond ‘the public’ and ‘the private’: female agency and social relations in a small early modern city in the Southern Netherlands (Aalst)

Uncovering pathways of female agency in the civil society of late medieval Florence

Women and their agency in public life of czech urban societies in the late middle ages

Infanticide in eighteenth-century london. Feminine solidarity in a criminal practice

Rebuilding a Healthcare System during the Plague: Marseille, 1720-1722

Doctors at the deathbed: accessing health care in early modern Venice

Les docteurs régents de la Faculté de médecine de Paris et la fourniture de soins aux plus défavorisés

Conceptions of the urban space between purity and health

isualizing Venice: the urban history using new technologies

Problems in immersive environment mapping for gis data

Urban Historical Objects’ Virtual Reconstruction Problems: Ways of Solution

Nicosia of the 19th century

History and Virtuality: Recreating Pre-earthquake Lisbon

The open site: on the openness of virtual archaeological site reconstructions to a multiplicity of readings

Arbitrer la répartition des soins et de l’assistance dans une capitale, former l’élite médicale: le conseil général hospices de Paris, 1801-1830

Petite ville est devenue bien grande. Le cas de Billom en Auvergne au bas Moyen Âge

Grandes, moyennes et petites villes du Royaume de Castille à la fin du Moyen Âge. Intégration ou concurrence

The reconstruction of lost worlds in 3D – documentation and approaches in two Danish cases

Petites villes au Portugal à la fin du Moyen Age: critères de définition

Villes neuves et “quasi-città”: architectures, chantiers et structures de l’habitat dans l’historiographie de la région subalpine occidentale

Towards a definition of late medieval urban phenomenon: the case of AsturiaS

Social identities in the small towns of southern Italy between Medieval and Early Modern Period: historiography and new approaches

The topographic identity of small towns in the late medieval and early modern Low Countries

Entre la cour et la ville. Les érudits au service de l’empereur Charles IV à Prague

The best of two worlds. Urban elites as mediators between court and civic society in Mechelen (1450-1550)

La cour de Bourgogne et les circuits économiques parisiens (XIVe-XVe s.): collaboration et confrontation

Dépenser en ville. La cour de Savoie à Genève au XVe siècle

Pour le divertissement de sa Majesté». Les spectacles curiaux comme exemple d’interpénétration entre la ville de Londres et la cour des Tudor

«E ricevettelo con tanta festa et allegrezza, che non si poteria scrivere»: vie de cour et développement urbain à Nicosie (XIVe-XVIe siècles)

La mobilite a la cour du Ferdinand le Catholique

Espaces de la communication politique et espaces curiaux dans le Royaume de Naples sous le règne d’Alphonse le Magnanime

La reine, sa cour, la ville

Two scripts for a single scene The integration of Naples, Barcelona and Lisbon into the Spanish Empire: Old civic traditions and new courtesan practic

Du réseau urbain à la ville capitale. La cour et la ville aux Pays Bas du bas moyen âge aux temps modernes

Residenzstädte im Alten Reich (1300–1800) Urbanität im integrativen und konkurrierenden Beziehungsgefüge von Herrschaft und Gemeinde

Places of Power: the City and the Court in Late Medieval Iberia

Petites villes des reines médiévales du Portugal: identité, fiscalité, juridiction

Violating the safety of the oikos: toichôrychia and assaults against houses in the hellenistic and the roman imperial period

The return of the exiles in early hellenistic Tegea

How to cast a criminal out of Attica: law and territory in ancient Athens

Making law grip: social problems and legal remedies in Solonian Attica and Biblical Israel

La ville, la cour, la modernité de l’État: histoire comparée et histoires connectées d’un “modèle européen” au risque de la World history

Serving the king to access to urban power networks: the morey family’s case in barcelona in the second half of the fourteenth century

Politics and revolt in European and Middle Eastern Cities in the late Middle Ages: Comparisons and contrasts

Urban Protest in Late Medieval Egypt and Syria

Popular revolt and municipal politics in sixteenth-century seville

For the Common Good of the Republic’: Commons’ achievements for their political representation in Late Medieval Northern towns of Spain (1350-1520)

Crime, Sanctuary, and Boundaries in Late Medieval London

Introduction: popular politics in the late medieval and early modern town

Juvenile city? Age and the early history of Melbourne

Session: New Worlds, New Cities

When utopia becomes reality: from new city to (just) city

Session: New Worlds, New Cities

From Ideal to Real: The Evolution of the Savannah Plan from 1733-1851

Session: New Worlds, New Cities

Utopia, miopia and self-help: planning, change and continuity in the Federal District of Brasilia

Foundation and urban development of the city of Puebla in the New Spain and the Laws of the Indies

L’opération Maine-Montparnasse: évolution de la définition architecturale des espaces publics et privés dans une grande opération d’urbanisme des années 50 aux années 90

La place contre la rue, la communauté contre la ville: les socialistes britanniques et francais et la ville 1820-1850

Public space and popular sociability in Lisbon in the early 19th century

Wroclaw’s (Breslau’s) streets and squares in the 19th century and two decades between the World Wars. Public and private space

From synergy to antagonism: Notes on the transformation of public and private open space in the Greek cities

Les rues et les places d’une capitale de provence espagnole: Saragosse au 19e siecle

Churchyards in early modern London and Paris

Friendly streets, hostile streets: the public space in pre- and early modern Balkan towns

The forms of separation. From Contrade Ebraiche (Jewish quarters) to ghettos in the cities under the Venetian republic

The society of jewry in Debrecen

Bavarian immigrants in Evcia (Euboea). A priviliged minority in 19th century Greece

Le pouvoir royal et les villes au Portugal au Moyen Age

The public space: Market squares in Polish towns in the Middle Ages and Early Modern time

Encroachment versus improvement in southwest England

Processus d’intégration d’un groupe d’immigrés dans une grande ville francaise (1920-1940)

Ethnic identity and the city

Jews in Gothenburg

Le gouvernement espagnol et la croissance de Naples entre XVIe et XVIIe siecles

The towns, the urban system and the state in early modern Sweden

Le pouvoir royal et les villes au Portugal au Moyen Age

The crown and the towns in medieval England

Les politiques urbaines des Bourbon face a la croissance de Naples au XVIIIe siecle

The Dutch urban system and the power of the state in the 17th and 18th centuries

Urban growth versus state control. The state of the church in the 17th century

Urban growth and royal interventionism in late medieval Castile

Leisure towns in wartime. The impact of the First World War in Blackpool and San Sebastian

Les répercussions des guerres sur la gestion urbaine et territoriale en Suisse

Les guerres du Xxe siecle et la planification des villes

Paris, Londres et Berlin pendant la Grande Guerre

La réalité de la perception. Changement dans les villes francaises reconstruites. Post 1945

La ville, la guerre et les réfugiés. Salonique (Grece) entre les années 1920 et 1930

L’influence des modeles européens au cours de l’histoire de l’urbanisme et des villes du Canada

Freetown et Conakry

Session: European city as a model

Industrial planning and urban reconstruction after World War II. The case of London 1940-1955

The welfare practised in German towns during World War I. The example of the town of Mainz

Varsovie pendant la deuxieme guerre mondiale 1939-1945

L’économie politique de la place, de la halle, du marché aux grains dans le sudouest de la France 1800-1870

La ville européenne, un ‘modele’? Les Etats-Unis

Modeles européens pour un ville Malgache Antananarivo aux XIXe-XXe siecles

L’exportation du modele urbain européen en Afrique Noire francophone. Des ambiguités du discours et des pratiques

Beyrouth de la ville Ottomane a la ville francaise

Session: European city as a model

Le modele toponomyque francais dans les grandes villes d’Afrique Occidentale au Xxe siecle

La planification urbaine coloniale. Les convergences européennes

Modeles urbains et modes de transport au Maghreb

Loi métropolitaine et communes de plein exercice du Sénégal vers un modele de gestion dégradé? Rufisque (1930-1960)

At the limits of Europe. Trade and taxation in the southern ports of Castile at the beginning of the XVIth century

Varna. Une ville frontiere de trois empires

Session: Frontier Cities

Adaptation et evolution d’une société de frontiere: Cordoue a la fin du Xve siecle

Une ville frontiere a deux visages. Le cas de Messembria

Session: Frontier Cities

Cities and frontier towns in the Kingdom of Murcia in the XVth century

Old and new political elites in a baroque capital. Turin 1705

Les banlieus et les problemes de l’intégration urbaine

Les liberties de Canterbury et de Chester au XVIIIeme siecle

De la banlieu au faubourg. L’évolution parisienne du milieu du XVIIIe au milieu du XIXe siecles

La banlieu bordelaise au XIXe siecle. Identité banlieusarde et intégration urbaine

Wanted and unwanted suburbs. Annexations and urban identity. The case of Christiana (Oslo) in the 19th century

Exploitation oléicole et transformation des moulins a huile dans l’économie frontaliere de Murcie (XIIIe-Xve siecles)

Deventer, trading town in the Frontier 1578-1648

Session: Frontier Cities

Pouvoirs et organisation sociale dans une région de colonisation: l’exemple de Soria

La perception de la frontiere en Guipozcoa au Moyen Age

Hypertrophie des banlieus industrielles en Europe a la fin du 19e et au 20e siecles. Les problemes de gestion d’un espace urbain en expansion

The historical and recent problems of suburbanization in Gyor

Banlieu ou ville? Les lotissements défectueux de la banlieu parisienne dans l’entre-deuz-guerres

Milan et sa périphérie pendant la premiere moitié du XIXe siecle

Un modele d’habitat pour les classes salariées en banlieu de Montréal. Saint-Léonard 1955-1967

Banlieus et détroits municipaux. Les espaces suburbains soumis a la jurisdiction des communes du Bordelais XIIIe-XVIe siecles

Confraternities and local cults. Civic religion between class and politics in Renaissance Bologna

Rituels de mort, les funérailles des ducs de Ferrare a la Renaissance

Continuing civic ceremonies of 1530s London

The London royal entry of Anne Boleyn

Civic patronage of early 15th-century religious drama in The Netherlands

Immobilier et cérémonie urbaine. Les joyeuses entrées francaises a la fin du moyen-age

Playing and staying together. Projecting the corporate image in sixteenth-century Dublin

Rituel, hiérarchie et symboles aux obseques royales a Murcia au XVe siecle

Italian colonialism and the urban transformation of two cities. Addis Ababa and Tripoli

Portuguese colonial settlements of the 15th-18th centuries

Session: European city as a model

Raisons et formes de villes. Essai d’étude comparative des fondations coloniales francaises du début du XVIIIe siecle

Session: European city as a model

A cultural analysis of early modern artisans

Urban craftsmen in the political and symbolic order. The case of Sweden in the eighteenth century

Téhéran (et le modele européen)

Shaping the society. Urbanism and social representations in Brazil and Argentina (1920-1945)

Session: European city as a model

Limites du modele européen dans le Maghreb colonial

L’hotel aristocratique parisien et ses artisans dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siecle

Rénovation urbaine et mutation des activités artisanales. La fabrique parisienne dans le quartier des Arts et Métiers sous le second Empire

Artisans in early-modern London 1500-1750

The artisan and the Hungarian town. Changes in socio-economic status of artisans on the eve of industrialization

Marchés et bazars. Persistance et mutations d’une typologie urbaine (du moyen age au XIXe siecle

L’évolution de la structure et de l’image des espaces publics dans les villes de l’extreme terre-ferme vénitienne

Orde et desordre monumental. La mutation des formes de l’édifice public et ses enjeux au Xxe siecle

Au coeur de l’espace public. La maison de ville, Bourgogne XVIIIe siecle

The traces of an historical town into a modern one. The case of Burgos

Lo spazziopublico milanese tra medio Evo e Rinascimento. Un esame comparativo

Architecture publique et ordre politique. Deux siecles de quetes infructueuses

Pubblico e privato. Vincolo e liberta. Venezia nel rinascimento

Urban patriciate ant the count. The case of Arnhem in the late Middle Ages

Pouvoir d’état et puissances alternatives. Le role politiques des métiers de Bruxelles au 18eme siecle

Les élites urbaines auvergnates alliées du pouvoir royal, XIIIe-XVIe siecles

The councillors of The Hague. The seat of central government 1813-1941

The oligarchy of Ponta Delgada (Azores) and the Portuguese crown. Privilige and politics in the European periphery

La hiérarchie sociale urbaine et l’octroi de crédit bancaire dans les nouvelles frontieres de la Grece (1881-1900)

The local socio-democratic elite and the coming of the Swedish welfare state

Urban elites in the East Midlands c. 1880-1930. Leicester, Peterborough and Market Harborough

Ville et désertification sociale des métiers. La Révolution et le monde artisanal

Artisans and the structure of the labour market in Dutch provincial capitals around 1900

Artisans and urban politics in seventeenth-century Germany

Mayors in national politics in the Weimar Republic

State, aristocracy and urban oligarchies in the Kingdom of Murcia. A turning point around the ‘communidades’ of Castile

Pouvoir et recrutement social dans la municipalité de Lisbonne (1807-1851)

Merchant family in Stockholm through the prism of local government in the 15th century

Katharine buildings. Fluid families and households

From female surplus to poverty. Preindustrial urban households in France

Patricians and partners in early modern Venice

Women and family structure in late eighteenth century Stockholm

Illegitimate children and the nuclear family. Flemish towns in the Middle Ages

Structures familiales, feux féminins et géographie sociale Lyon (1597; 1636), Macon (1591; 1593) et Bourg (1561; 1595; 1601; 1636)

Familles urbaines et structures familiales. Des exemples dans les petites villes du Maine, du Perche et d’ailleurs

Famille et structures familiales dans une ville néohellénique. Hermoupolis dans la seconde moitié du 19eme siecle