Session: Urban space, violence and crime in the 19th and 20th centuries: Interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives

Urban bodies/U-Bahn bodies: Racism and urban rail transport in New Berlin (1990-present)


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Session: Urban space, violence and crime in the 19th and 20th centuries: Interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives
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Le Corbusiers dream: The tragic demise of the Chicago Robert Taylor Homes and the Amsterdam Bijlmermeer


Violence, race, and rebellion in 19th Century California


The order of the city: The politics of the clean and the safe city in late 20th-century Germany


Red light districts: Narratives of spatial governance in two German cities


Breeding grounds of crime': Liquor and its governable spaces in a South African Metropolis


The city of Port Said as nodal point in networks of crime and prostitution


Open network/closed cells: Contrasting approaches to domestic defence in Manchester and Liverpool


Patterns of urban policing: Day-to-day responses of the Antwerp police force to popular and official demands for an orderly urban environment, 1890-1914