Session: Frontiers and identities within cities: Intercultural communication, jurisdictions, and the management of urban space from the Middle Ages to Modernity

Minorities in the City: From isolation to integration (Roma in Sofia, 1989-2005)


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Session: Frontiers and identities within cities: Intercultural communication, jurisdictions, and the management of urban space from the Middle Ages to Modernity
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Citizenship in a multiconfessional space: Strasbourg guilds and the role of religion in the inclusion and exclusion of strangers in the 18th century


Creating (not only) local identity: Historical monographs of Czech towns (1860-1900)


Old established bourgeoisie’ vs. ‘Polish coal miners': Identities and frontiers at the fringe of a German industrial zone in the 20th century


Coexistence of diversity: Urban life in the Early Modern period


Beyond the city: Defining metropolis in Canada and Belgium in the 19th century


Social and political thresholds in 18th century Stockholm


Conceptualizing boundaries in the city: The modern/postmodern debate in social theory


Marking the city: Heterotopia and the aesthetics of urban spaces


Les territories des fortifications de Paris: Fragmentation et hiérarchisation des espaces parisiens


Essai de reconstruction des territoires urbains dans la ville médiévale de Bruxelles a partir de leurs frontieres mentales et des institutions responsables


A minority group in an urban space centred around diamonds’ Jews in Antwerp (Belgium) before and after the Second World War


Istiklal road from 19th century till today: An analysis of socio-cultural and economical approach from a historical perspective