Session: Who was running the cities? Elites and urban power structures, 1700-2000

Chicago’s Educated Middle Class and the Problem of Political Power, 1880-1940


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Session: Who was running the cities? Elites and urban power structures, 1700-2000
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Class and Politics: The Case of the Bourgeoisie


Running “modern” cities in a patriarchal milieu: Perspectives from the nineteenth century Balkans, Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest and Sofia


The elite in German Cities during the 18th and 19th century


Governing Trondheim in the 18th century: Formal structures and real life


Mobility and politics: Some notes on the participation of immigrants and their descendants in São Paulo


The challenge of urban democracy: Municipal elite in Edinburgh and Leipzig, 1890-1930


Mobility and politics: Some notes on the participation of immigrants and their descendants in São Paulo


Pluralist power in the 18th century English towns: The urban elite of King’s Lynn


Voluntary society as power agency in mid-19th century Pest: Urbanisation and the changing distribution of power