Session: Comparative, transnational and globalised perspectives on urban history

Towards global histories of Southasian cities


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Session: Comparative, transnational and globalised perspectives on urban history
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World urban cultural history and “nonwestern” stories, the city of Diu as an interface of east and west


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


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


Comparing urban reform in London and Brussels


(Trans)nationalism and the German city


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


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