Session: Changing political representation in changing urban space: Central and eastern European cities from the late 19th century to the inter-war years

Monuments and marches: Claiming Vienna’s Ringstrasse, 1857-1914


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Session: Changing political representation in changing urban space: Central and eastern European cities from the late 19th century to the inter-war years
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The city as national resource: Urban identities, public space, and symbolic practices in Vilnius, 1850-1930


How Prague became Czech: Public space at the fin-de-siécle


Commemorations and the national revitalization of Kraków


Funeral ceremonies and the city: A field for political pluralism (Petersburg and Moscow at the beginning of the 20th century)


The monarch and the town: Symbols of power in cities of the eastern Prussian provinces in the late 19th Century


The contesting of urban space in Warsaw at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries


Kopiec Unji Lubelskiej: Imperial politics and national celebration in fin-de-siécle Lemberg


St. Petersburg and Moscow as stages for public manifestations, 1896-1915