Session: The public use of urban history (19th-20th centuries)

Urban History and Political Militancy. Rome in the 1950s


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Session: The public use of urban history (19th-20th centuries)
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Contesting the Research of Relocation in El Paso, Texas: Urban Removal and Counterhegemonic Resistance on the U.S.-Mexico Border


Road construction and the appropriation of an urban history in Belgium (1928-1962)


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