13th international conference on urban history “Reinterpreting cities” – Helsinki (Finland) – August 24 -27 2016

13th international conference on urban history “Reinterpreting cities”

Organisers : EAUH (European Association for Urban History)

Place : Helsinki (Finland)

Date : August 24 -27 2016

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Sessions :
M01. Myth Making in the City: Mythologies, Memories and Meaning in Comparative Context
M02. Rethinking Towns and Universities: Old and New Methodological Approaches
M03. Out! Expulsions and Removals from Urban Communities, from the Middle Ages to the Present
M04. After Pompeii – Where Does the Study of the Roman City Go in the 21st Century?
M05. Strangers in the City: Migration, Identity and Place 1200–1700
M06. Belief Systems and the Making of Urban Politics: Comparing Cities in Europe and the Wider Mediterranean World (1100–1700)
M07: Gender, Credit and Creditworthiness in Premodern cities (1200–1800)
M08. Urban Hierarchy: The Interaction Between Towns and Cities in Europe in Late Medieval and Early Modern Times
M09. Inner City Redevelopment 1300–1800: Transformations of the Structure and Appearance of Pre-modern Towns
M10. Spaces on the Urban Margin and Periphery in the Pre-industrial Period/ Marges et périphéries urbaines en Europe (Moyen Âge/Temps Modernes)
M11. Urban Spaces, Mobility and “Citadinité” in the Mediterranean cities (14th to 18th century)
M12. Global Consumption in European Cities (1500–1850)
M13. Gender in Maritime, Trading and Imperial towns: European and Atlantic urban Communities, c. 1650–1850
M14: Liminal Lives: Relations between Urban Societies and Non-Human Animals (16th – 19th Century)
M15. Urbanizing Nature: the Role of the City in Reshaping Nature 1500–2000
M16. Adapting City in the World of Changing Boundaries (16th–20th Centuries)
M17. Legal Pluralism in European and Colonial Cities, 1600–1940
M18. Conceiving and Elaborating the Landscapes of Power: Comparative Perspectives on Capital Cities, 19th–21st centuries
M19. Settler Cities: A Useful Concept to Reinterpret Transnational Urban History?
M20: Emerging Cities – Knowledge and Urbanisation in Europe’s Borderlands 1880–1945
M21. European Seaport Cultures
M22. Reinterpreting Space and Spatial Relationships
M23. The Street: Making and Meaning (19th and 20th Centuries)
M24. Everyday Experiences and Emotions in Transforming Urban Environments, 19th-20th Century
M25. (Im)material Memory Traces in the Urban Landscape. Europe, 19th–20th Century
M26. Urban History and the Materiality of Literary Narratives
M27. The City on Display. How to Interpret and Share Urban History?
M28. Towns of Two-fold Memories and Mentalities Around the Baltic Sea
M29. Culture and Cities: Cities as Agents of Urban Cultural Development Since the 1920s.
M30.Transnational Urban Planning Expertise, Between and Within Europe and Americas (1900–1950)
M31.The Social History of Pre-planned Model Cities
M32. Post-war Reconstruction in Transnational Perspective
M33. At Home in the “Concrete Jungle”: Lived Experience and Reputation in Twentieth-century Mass Housing
M34. Reconsidering Mass Housing and Environmental Thought After 1945
M35. Urban Automobility: Ambivalences and Disputes
M36: Mapping Networks in Historical Cultural Markets: Methods and Tools
M37: Repenser les usages politiques de la rue. Europe-Amériques XIXe–XXIe siècles / Rethinking the Political Uses of the Streets: Europe-America 19th–21st Centuries
M38. Digital Cities: a New Paradigm for Urban Historical Research
M39. Facilitating Urban History – Archives in the Digital Transformation
M40: The City as Mnemonic Device
M41: Contemporary Public Spaces and Cultural Manifestations – Cities, Creativity and Modern Civic Expressions
M42: (Post)communist Urbanism: Reassessing Ideologies in the Contemporary City
M43: Town Hall Squares as Spatial Focal Points of Urban Life in the 19th and 20th Century
M44: Worker Housing and the Shaping of the 20th Century City
S01: Life in the Ruins: Nature and Urban Dereliction
S02. The Place of the Dead: Burial Areas and Buried Bodies in Early Modern European cities
S03: Re-interpreting the Islamic Medina: New Perspectives on Linking and Distancing of Space
S04: Reinterpreting Privileges: the First Urban Charters in Medieval Europe in a Comparative Perspective
S05: Monastery in Medieval Urban Setting
S06: Cities at War in the Medieval Islamic World (Xth–XVth c.) / Villes en guerre dans le Dār al-Islām médiéval (Xe–XVe s.)
S07. Inter-city Competition in Global Urban History (Middle Ages – Early Modern Period)
S08: Sensing Urban Darkness and Light in Early Modern and Contemporary Towns
S09: The Noses and Eyes of the City: Reinterpreting Early Modern Politics and Administrative Practices of Hygiene
S10: Communication in Early Modern Towns: News, Gossip, Messages
S11: Natural Disasters and Relocation of Cities in Spanish America, 16th – 18th centuries
S12: Geographies of Urban “In-between-ness” in the Islamic World: Space, Culture and Society
S13. Writing Urban History Today: Experiences and Challenges in the Process of History Making
S14: On the Front: Exploring the Boundary between Seaside Cities and the Sea
S15: Satire and the City: Representations of Cities and Urban Life in the Comical Press (18th – 20th centuries)
S16: Outdoor Spaces for Children: Playgrounds as Materiality, Urban Planning and Designed Space in a Historical Perspective
S17: Reinterpreting Urban Underground Spaces for the Production and Conservation of Foodstuffs in Modern and Contemporary History
S18: The Impact of the Second Industrialization Utilities on European Urban Growth, XIXth and XXth Centuries
S19: Railways and Cities: Sensorial and Emotional Perspectives
S20: Ambiguous Spaces: The Menacing and Inviting Shadows of Urbanity
S21: Urban Animals: Human–Animal Relations in 20th Century Urban Societies
S22. Educating the Urban Youth in the Twentieth Century
S23. Reinterpreting Global History: Second Cities, an Alternative Road to Global Integration in the Nineteenth and Twentieth century
S24: Cultural heritage of the Post-totalitarian cities: 20th and 21st Centuries
S25: Cities, Science and Satire: Satirical Representations of Urban Modernity and Scientific and Technological Innovation in the Public Space
S26: Re-interpretation of the Ottoman City under the Tanzimat (Reforms)
S27: Conflicts and Connections: City Partnerships in the “Global Cold War”
S28: Religious Sites and Urbanization in Contemporary Europe
S29: Managing the State, Transforming the City. Office Buildings for Central State Administrations as a ‘Forgotten’ Type of Political Architecture, 1880–1980
S30: Women on the Edge: Mobility and Regionalism from the Margins

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