Conference: Berlin 2000

La police: influences et pratiques dans la ville de Mexico a fin du XVIIIe siecle et au début du XIXe siecle

Session: The reshaping of Ionian and Adriatic cities after the collapse of the republic of Venice, 1797-1866. A comparative analysis

Les polices royales de Madrid et de Naples (fin XVIIIE siecle / début XIXe siecle), conceptions, fonctions et réfromes des divisions du territoire urbain

Saisir l’espace urbain: quelques jalons sur la stabilité et le ‘mouvement’ des reperes policiers dans les quartiers de Paris au XVIIIe siecle

Policing responses to the diversity of the city forms from European and American literature on policing (19th and 20th centuries)

Session: The policing of urban space

Territoire policier et ordre local urbain en France: l’exemple de Grenoble 1900-1930

Session: The policing of urban space

Georg Simmel, Julius Bab & die Berliner boheme

Ein geist, der nicht zu fassen ist.’ Zur Auseinandersetzung mit Akzeleration und sozialem Wandel bei Robert Musil und Franz Blei

Experiencing city networks. Georg Simmel and the history of the present Berlin

Urban dreams and urban reality in the writings of Simmel, Benjamin and Bloch

Benjamin, Simmel and the gender of Modernity

The railway comes to Dublin

Session: The railway and the city

Women, the railway and the city

Session: The railway and the city

Following the tracks – Railways in the city centre: Bygone past or unwritten urban history

Railway stations and planning projects in Prague, 1845-1945

Session: The railway and the city

A comparison of Paris and Berlin as rail centres in the nineteenth century

Session: The railway and the city

The impact of the Trans-Siberian railway on architecture and planning of Siberian cities

Line, region and nation

Session: The railway and the city

The railway and the city in The Netherlands

Session: The railway and the city

Rail networks, political networks – Public transportation and neighbourhood radicalism in Weimar Berlin

Session: The railway and the city

Les modeles comme dispotifs cognitifs collectifs et les formes de coordination et coopération entre acteurs

Maurice Rotival and his ‘Organic planning theory’

Internationality and local context in town planning: A comparison of Prague and Brno

Figuring the capital: The architectural and planning ideas about the building of Athens during the inter-war time

From hell and back again: The rise and fall of the modernist ideal in Gorbals, Glasgow

The piano AR. Milan 1944/45

Rationalisme urbain dans la ville italienne: Enrico A. Griffini et l’ideé d’urbanisme

Des idés a la réalité: la traduction des acteurs mobilés dans un project. Rapport de la théorie fonctionnaliste a la pratique dans l’exemple de l’opération Part Dieu a Lyon, 1960-1980

The reconstruction of Rotterdam

Immagini, modelli, idee di citta nei progetti per la ‘rive gauche’ di Anversa all’inizio degli anni ’30

A city and two earthquakes: Messina 1783-1908

Disease as urban disaster: A typology of responses

Fear of fires: The impact of fires on town and townspeople in Finland

Urban catastrophes and imperial relief in the eighteenth century British Atlantic world: three case studies

The hardest worked river. The Manchester floods and the industrialisation of nature, 1850-1880

Autour de deux tremblements de terre – Remiremont, 1682 et Manosque, 1708 – réflexions sur la notion de catastrophe dans la France d’Ancien Régime

One city, three catastrophes: Hamburg from the Great Fire 1842 to the Great Flood 1962

L’incendie dans les villes Francaises du XIXe siecle: l’exemple d’une mutation

Les eaux qui charrient la mort et les désastres: les inondations et pollutions des eaux comme expérience des villes polonaises aux XVe – XVIe siecles

Urban space as ‘field': Aspects of late Ottoman town planning after fires

Espace urbain et espace social: l’étroit circuit des investissements immobiliers de commercants et d’artisans dans la Venise du XVIIe siecle

Organisation professionnelle et structuration d’un espace urbain central: les rives du canal et le quartier Mulino delle Armi a Milan, 1900-1940

Solidarités professionnelles, réseaux familiaux et mutations spatiales a Paris au XIXe siecle: le role des raffineurs de sucre villetteois dans la formation d’un quartier industriel

The shopping gallery in late seventeenth and early eighteenth century London

L’insertion des petits entrepreneurs étrangers dans la ville. Implantations urbaines, réseaux migratoires et solidarités professionnelles a Paris dans l’entre-deux-guerres

Refuse removal in Early Modern Amsterdam, 16th -18th centuries

Civility, police and the civic: Waste disposal, the state, and the historiography of public health in Britain 1300-1850

Waste in the city: The municipalisation of the urban environment after the Black Death

Between myth and reality: Urban cleaning systems in an European perspective

Contrasts of waste disposal between European and Japanese cities

Nowa Huta, 1949-1956: building ‘People’s Poland’

L’urbanisme et les villes nouvelles en Pologne 1945-1955

Underground perspectives of modernisation. Infrastructures, urban models for the new Moscow, 1900-1935

Urban planning in the German Democratic Republic: Stalinstadt / Eisenhüttenstadt, the ‘first socialist city’ in Germany

Limitations in the realisation of social aims of urban planning in socialist cities – the case of the industrial new town of Dunaujváros, Hungary

Sexual encounters in Metropolitan London, 1735-85: the uses of public, semi-public and private space

Deviant Dublin: Visibility, control and the changing geography of prostitution

Policing promiscuity: Asociality and the criminalisation of desire in postwar Britain

The assassination of a prostitute: discourse on femininity, crime and urban degeneration in late nineteenth-century Budapest

The blue press about sexual adventure in The Hague, 1828-1853

Domestic routines and institutional time: working-class household management, 1900-1955

Paying the rent.’ A long time perspective on changes in everyday patterns

Slowly the beat changes its shape: the rhythms of urban everyday life in Stockholm at the end of the early-modern period, 1750-1850

Cycles and rhythms in an urban industrial community: the case of Thomas Nelson, printers, Edinburgh

A year in the life of Leeds societies: 1828

Rhythms, fluctuations and urban behaviour in the film’s visual language of the 20th century (with special respect to Berlin)

Free and easy consumption and social responsibilty: a history of shop closing times in Germany in the 19th and 20th centuries

Atlanta’s multiple histories

Retrochic.’ Cities, museums and the marketing of the urban past

Dilemmas of change and preservation. Reflection of society: the city museums in Berlin as a socially located study of memory

Inventing the merchant city: Glasgow, Amsterdam and Toronto

The national history museum as a showcase for urban prestige

The art of space in the space of art: Edinburgh and its galliers 1780-1860

Propaganda for progress': city museums as tools for civic betterment in early 20th century London

The role of archeology in the invention of the urban past

The reconstruction of the historic cityscape in museums – models, real and virtual

Tools and toys. A life story approach to (re)presenting Amsterdam children in the 20th century

King and city in medieval Portugal. Regulated urbanism, representation of a structured policy

The structure of the Polish city network

Cities, states and Corporate privileges: Sweden during the 17th-19th centuries

Urban communities and central power in Russia under Elisabeth

The Dutch Republic: a federation of city states?

The city and the German nation from the Middle Ages to the present. The origins of the modern civil society in the urban tradition

Towns and state establishment within the Swedish Baltic Empire during the 16th and 17th centuries

From privileged city to cultural capital: Kolozsar (Cluj) in the first half of the 19th century

The royal, the national, the popular and the global: four moments of representation of power and prestige

Cities versus states: Nantes and the origins of the Catholic League, 1580-1589

Friendly societies in South London and Athens, Greece, 1850-1914. Civilising the rough and permeating middle class ethos and national identity to ordinary people

Horsemen, businessmen, gentlemen. Berlin’s ‘Union-Klub’ as a metropolitan elite network, 1860s-1914

Fragmentation and difference. Associational culture in the second half of the nineteenth century, the case of The Hague

Bourgeois citizenship and associative practice in postrevolutionary France

Clubs and societies as indicators for the mechanisms of social and cultural change: England and Germany in the early 19th century in comparison

The temperance movement and urban culture in nineteenth-century Scotland

Sociabilité et espace urbain a Turin au XIXe siecle: sur quelques implications spatiales du phénomene associatif

Urban relief in Budapest in the second half of the nineteenth century

Europe and the urban networks of the Spanish Empire

Internationalist networking in a multicultural setting: worker’s associations in Austro-Hungarian Trieste (1890s-1914)

Training as a merchant. Personal networks as an element in the education of young merchants in the eighteenth century

Graffin Prankard and Francis Jennings in a network of goods and capital. The Anglo-Swedish iron trade in the first half of the eighteenth century

Mercantile networks & mid-Tudor Chester

Networks of trade, trust and information: Finland and Europe at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries

Friends and family: business and social networks of English merchants in the eighteenth century

Planning ambitions in the peripherical society. The cases Weimar and Erfurt 1970-1999

Dynamiques urbaines et mutations sociales

Local effects of the Italian inter-municipal planning debate: a Verona case study

Omnipotence and impotence of the general planning: East and West Germany in comparative perspective 1945-1970

Aspects of town making in Greece after the Second World War. The case of Thessaloniki’s periphery

Naples, the market and the town. The improvements of the maritime mercantile district from the 15th to the 16th century

The fairs of Sud-Tirol between 15th and 17th centuries: space organisation and commercial relations between the German area and the Venetian region

The fairs of stone: The use of the urban space between fleeting constructions and permanent structures: The examples of Veneto and Emilia

The coral fair of Livorno (17th and 18th centuries)

Organisation and distribution of markets in the urban area of Cagliari in the Late Middle Ages

Fuelling and feeding medieval and early modern cities: a transport costs approach

L’essor de la circulation a Paris au cours du premier XIXe siecle: quantification, réponses techniques et réglementaires

Public, private and intermediate passenger transport and the development of English eighteenth-century towns

Carriers and stage coaches in the 17th and 18th centuries and urban growth

La route préindustrielle en France: des réseaux au service de l’environnement urbain

The supply of German cities by river navigation in the period 1830-1860: the case of Hamburg

A structural approach to European cinema history 1900-1930s

The cinema in Italian city foundations – a comparison between the Soviet Union and Germany 1925-1940

Cinema culture in Brussels and Amsterdam 1900-1930s

Cinema, a space to experience the urban. Comparative reflections on Russia and Britain up to the thirites

London – Paris. City bodies and bodies that matter

Cinema reform movements in Hamburg and British cities

Fonctions d’autorité et réseau urbain en Bordelais a la fin du Moyen Age

Réseaux urbains et fonctions économiques a la fin du Moyen Age: l’exemple du Vivarais

Les correspondances municipales entre les villes de Baviere et le réseaux de concertation

Petites villes et leurs réseaux sociaux en pays de moyenne montagne: l’exemple de la Haute-Auvergne et du Rouergue a la fin du Moyen Age

Un exemple de réseaux de pouvoir en Savoie: les bonivard et les Chabod, deux familles chamberiennes

Reconquista et réseaux frontaliers dans la péninsule ibérique (XIIe-XIVe)

Une ville et ses frontieres au Moyen Age, un exemple toscan

The Flemish urban network in its European context

Le réseau urbain auvergnat au Moyen Age: relations et sociabilités internes

From Boomtown to Bribesville. The images of the city Milan, 1980-1997

Construction regulations and land use pattern formation in the new districts of the town Cluj between 1860 and 1930

Ljubljana, Zagred, Belgrade: Three concepts for three capitals?

The impact of European culture on the formation of classical traditions of the Lviv Architectural School

Metropolis Berlin – necessary conditions to be one of the capitals of a great new Europe

Concepts of urban developments of Wroclaw in the first three decades of the 20th century in relation to other European towns

Herrnhut: City upon a hill in turbulent times – religious and social experiment of the Morovian church

Bulgaria’s European orientation after the Berlin Congress of 1878 reflected in its town development

The trap of Western ‘periphery’ reading. Berlin, Vienna, Budapest and Prague monuments around 1900 in contemporary scholarship

Selbstidentifikation und Autostereotypen der Danziger, Thorner und Elbinger Bürger in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts

Echoes of Berlin in the architecture and urban structure of Warsaw in the second half of the 19th and early 20th century

Sites, cities, sights: Imperial exhibition and the urban fabric

Advertising of undertaker: The edging out of death in urban space

Movie-going as window shopping: tracing Finnish urban experience

Glimpsing, glancing and gazing: the visual culture of urban tourism before the First World War

Visualising socialism: fashion and boutiques in East German cities

Femmes dans la cité, femmes dans la citoyenneté (Venise XVIe siecle)

The declining social role of the Porto Patrician women from the late 15th to the 16th century

Women in Rudolphine Prague – objects or subjects?

Building monasteries, constructing gender: Dominican nuns and the transformation of sacred space in the 15th century

Feminine-versus-Masculine space in Jewish-Italian communities during the Early Modern period

Das andere Stadttor: Stadt und Hafen im 18. Jahrhundert

City gates in pre-modern England: informal functions and public perceptions

Gateways to the sun: the urban arches of Louis XIV

Ephemeral triumphal arches as ceremonial gateways to Renaissance Venice

Scandals in public life – an overview

The Liverpool dock trustees and their business methods, 1780-1857

Getting away with it: corruption, scandal and the respectable, 1830-1945

Ingenious and daring’. The Wolverhampton council fraud 1905-1917

A critique of corruption in early nineteenth century urban government

Oil revolution and urbanisation in Venezuela’s mid-twentieth century thinkers: the bases of an urban state 1936-1958

Les socialistes britanniques face a la crise urbaine de la premiere moitié du XIXe siecle

To be reborn: political change, identity crisis and urban strategies in Turin after 1864

Paris, urban crisis and the emergence of modern urban planning, 1800-1853

Revisiting a paradigm for the modern metropolis: the competition for Greater Berlin 1908-1910

Paternalistic modernity: the Bata city Zlín (Czechoslovakia), 1920-1939

Urban planning as a product of crisis: London, 1880-1910

Redesigning Paris after the Second World War

Berlin-Siemensstadt – a linear Industrial city?

When nature calls: Long-term effects of sanatorium treatment for urban tuberculosis patients during the early 20th century

Insignificant others': The Worcester pauper lunatic asylum from the perspective of its inmates, 1852-1870

The politics of voluntary health care in Middlesbrough, 1900-1948

Joseph Townend and the Manchester infirmary: charity, religion, medicine and the Plebeian hospiral patient in the 1830s

Unfit for association with paupers’. Mental health care and charity for the middling sort: Holloway Sanatorium 1885-1900

Narratives of family distress in Britain in the second half of the 20th century

Social networks in the care of lunatics in 17th century Zürich

Choice and the children’s hospital: Great Ormond street hospital patients and their families, 1855-1900

English cathedral charity and the welfare of the poor, 1540-1850

British contributory health schemes in the 20th century

Children and urban rules. The Netherlands as an example

The Warsaw hygiene exhibitions 1887 and 1896. Professionals, ideas and practices

Urban modernism. The Stockholm exhibition 1930

The use of architectural forms as educational devices: Hotels as determinants of public behaviour in Wilhelmine Berlin

Settlement houses, Volksheim and social work. Voluntary education for urban living in Britain, United States and Germany 1880-1914

Public and private spheres: feminist strategies in the modern American metropolis

Return to nature. Responses to urban youth and their health in Nottingham and St.Etienne after the First World War

Modern living as an obligation in the 1920s. The German case

Urban norms, women and modern media. German radio after 1930

Despairing of success': two Italian architects in 18th century London

Une plaque tournante de la circulation des talents: Milan, centre d’accueil des artistes toscans (1450-1500)

The travel diary of an 18th century architect-urbanist: Pierre-Louis Moreau in Italy (1754-1757)

Monuments and fragments. The interplay of artistic forms in the creation of the documentary image of the city

Bien commun’ versus intérets privés: la gestion municipale de l’eau et de la voire dans quelques villes minieres de l’outremer portugais (Minas Gerais, Brésil, XVIIe début du XIXe siecle)

Compagnies privées et municipalités: enjeux de pouvoir autour de l’installation des réseaux techniques dans les villes espagnoles

L’eau a Jérusalem a la fin de la période ottomane (1850-1920): Réseaux techniques et réseaux de pouvoirs

Centralization, revolution and urban order in Mexico’s federal district (1903-1917)

The peculiar costumer: conflicts of power and the modern water supply system in Lisbon, 1850-1930

The history of gasworks in Piraeus city 1878-1967

Projects and betterments in Split during the first half of the 19th century

The urban transformation of the city of Corfu during the British protectorate. The case of the Esplanade

The city of Zara, Zadar in the early 19th century

The reshaping of the waterfronts in Zadar, Split and Corfu

Metropolitan communication and European urban identity 1920-1970

Political capital and ‘moral’ capital: from polycentrism to the Rome-Milan axis within a centralised state

Edinburgh, Glasgow – Moscow, St. Petersburg: historical links

The metropolis and its manufacturing region: London and industrial development in the towns of Southern England, 1780-1840

Petersburg and Moscow: outward and inward Russian capitals

Zwischen Wucher und elitärer Selbstdefinition. Die Geschäftsschriften der italienischen Kaufleute als Mittel zur Konstruktion gesellschaftlicher Identitäten

Seuchen als Gegenstand städtischer Schrifkultur des Spätmittelalters

Zwischen Rede und Bild. Die Schrift als Medium politischer Integration in der mittelalterlichen Stadt

Die Fiktion des Geldes im Medium der Schrift

Der Einsatz der Schrift in der Interaktion zwischen dem Revaler Rat und seinen Nachbarn (1348-1448)

Familiengeschichtliche Aufzeichnungen und politisches Argumentieren in spätmittelalterlichen Städten der Schweiz

The urban horse in the nineteenth century: an early cyborg

Between hierarchy and heterarchy: networks and the reshaping of Vienna, 1890-1914

Renewing the American city after World War II: the political economy of transportation and retailing

The architecture of news in the 19th century New York

Early Christian settlement patterns and their contribution to urban development in Ireland, France and Britain

Le monde urbain valencien aux derniers siecles du Moyen Age

L’immigrations des marchands flamands a Amsterdam (1578-1630)

Kommunikationsstrukturen in ostmitteleuropäischen Metropolen um 1500

James Boswell and the urban experience – identity and public life in 18th century London

Lien social, organisation de l’espace et définition des communautés dans les bourgs monastiques au Moyen Age (exemples bourguignons, Xe-XIIIe siecles)

Urbanisation in Medieval Orissa: a case study of Balasore and its hinterlands

Urbanisation, desuburbanisation or redistribution? The city in Early Modern East-Central Europe

The role of the Amsterdam elite in the transition of the Republic to the Dutch national state

Les villes et l’organisation de l’espace politique en Gaule mérovingienne (VIe siecle)

Les rhythmes urbains (XIVe-XVIIIe siecles)

Firefighting and power conflicts: the organisation of firefighting in Rotterdam in a comparative perspective (1850-1970)

Scottish archive of print and publishing history records (SAPPHIRE): progress and findings

Reciprocal rewards: British poor law nursing and the campaign for state registration

Creating images and constructing identities. The symbolic use of old buildings in Berlin East and West, 1961-1989

L’interconnexion dans le réseau des villes francaises: le role de la taille des villes, de l’économie urbaine et des politiques municipales dans la mise en place des super-réseaux électriques avant 1946

Bulgarian modern town planning at the crossroad of Eastern and Western avant garde

Etat d’urgence: villes et catastrophes (fires in Paris)

The involvement of museums in the urban setting

Italia ’61: Urban and political strategies during Italy’s boom years

Civitas et Urbs: The idea of the ancient city and the concept of modern urbanisation

Political reasons and aesthetic solutions for urban crises in the age of Imperialism: the greater Berlin competition 1910

The urban history of a national conflict: Haifa during the British mandate