Session: Urban stability and civic liberties: Two fundamental concepts and the practice of crime control in early Europe (1400-1800)

Burghers or town council? Who is responsible for urban stability in late medieval and early modern German towns?


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Session: Urban stability and civic liberties: Two fundamental concepts and the practice of crime control in early Europe (1400-1800)
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Social control and urban government: the case of Goerlitz, 15th and 16th centuries


Illicit artisan work and the control of deviant economic behaviour in Leipzig and Lübeck


They obey all magistrates and all good lawes and we think our cittie happie to enjoye them': Migrants and civic order in early modern English towns


Bringing great shame upon this city': Sodomy, the courts and the civic idiom in south west England, 1720-1820


Ye shall disturbe no mans right': Oath-taking and oath-breaking in early modern Bristol


Public houses and civic tensions in early modern Bern


Compromise and shake-hands. Town council, authority and peace in early modern Austrian small towns