Scientific programme (update 24-5-2022)

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Sessions and Papers

Below (drop-down) all sessions and individual papers are listed. All details (abstracts, affiliations, ....) will be processed in the following weeks.

Any programme incompatibilities or issues can be reported via email to eauh2022@uantwerpen.be. Note that we only take into account incompatibilities for session spokespersons that are first author of a paper in another session that is programmed at the same time slot. Overlap in co-organizing or co-authoring roles are inevitably due to the large number of parallel sessions.


Main sessions

  • ​M1 - Railway Station Neighbourhoods: Local Motion and Emotion in a Global Context (Anneleen Arnout, Nicolas Kenny) (short title: Railway Station Neighbourhoods)
  • M2 - Urbanization and Urban Networks in Regional Frameworks between 1300- 1600. Dynamics and Projections. (María ASENJO-GONZÁLEZ, Elisabeth CROUZET-PAVAN, Andrea ZORZI) (short title: Urbanization and Urban Networks)
  • M3 - Friars in Motion: Mendicant Orders and Urban Development (1200-1500) (Silvia Beltramo, Catarina Almeida Marado , Gianmario Guidarelli) (short title: Friars in Motion)
  • M4 - The Role of Journals in the Construction and Circulation of Town Planning Knowledge (1900-1960) (Angelo Bertoni, Ines Tolic, Thomas Renard) (short title: The Role of Journals)
  • M5 - The Times are Changing: Cities, Seasons and Urban Life Around the World (Dorothee Brantz, Avi Sharma) (short title: The Times are Changing)
  • M6 - Spaces of Urban Citizenship: Aspiring, Appropriating, and Claiming Urban Space (19th-20th C.) (Geert Castryck, Johan Lagae) (short title: Spaces of Urban Citizenship)
  • M7 - Villes capitales: fonder l'espace urbain, forger l'identité politique (Pierre Chabard, Caroline Varlet) (short title: Villes capitales)
  • M8 - Migration as a Gendered Process: Redefining Domesticity and Displacement (Marianna Charitonidou) (short title: Migration as a Gendered Proces)
  • M9 - Military Authorities and the Urban Landscape in 19th/20th Century Europe (Dragan Damjanović, Aleksander Łupienko) (short title: Military Authorities and the Urban Landscape)
  • M10 - Cities in the flow : Networked flows mis/matching urban life (Greet De Block, Massimo Moraglio) (short title: Cities in the flow)
  • M11 - Cultural heritage in remote areas VS territorial inequality due to rural-urban population movements (Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo, Réka Horeczki) (short title: Cultural heritage in remote areas)
  • M12 - Entrepreneurship, craft guilds and transformations of urban space, 1300-1800 (Heidi Deneweth, Jaap Evert Abrahamse) (short title: Entrepreneurship, craft guilds and transformations)
  • M13 - Fires and Urban Communities during the Early Modern and Modern Periods (shane ewen, Marie-Aline Thebaud-Sorger) (short title: Fires and Urban Communities)
  • M14 - Cargoes, bodies, stories: depicting flux (un-)control in the port city. (Gabriel Gee, Eliano Sousa Santos) (short title: Cargoes, bodies, stories)
  • M15 - Cities, Mobility and Transient Residents in a Long-term Perspective, 1200-2000 (Hilde Greefs, Anne Winter) (short title: Cities, Mobility and Transient Residents)
  • M16 - Structural Change as Experience. Reconstructing Everyday Life in Deindustrializing Cities (Sebastian Haumann, Valentina Fava) (short title: Structural Change as Experience)
  • M17 - Ottoman Cultural Mobilities: 19th Century Modes of Travel, Collecting and Display (Semra Horuz , Belgin Turan Özkaya ) (short title: Ottoman Cultural Mobilities)
  • M18 - Jewish Migrations and their Effect on Modern Urban Cultures (Maja Hultman) (short title: Jewish Migrations)
  • M19 - Summerhouses and Garden Plots in State-socialist Europe after World War II (Epp Lankots, Marija Dremaite) (short title: Summerhouses and Garden Plots)
  • M20 - Towards a common culture on urban archives for a better understanding of urban past (Vincent Lemire, Frédéric Moret, Paul Lecat) (short title: Towards a common culture on urban archives)
  • M21 - Welfare cities in motion: Urban community, public services and the common good, c. 1750–2000 (Magnus Linnarsson, Mats Hallenberg) (short title: Welfare cities in motion)
  • M22 - Building Cities with Children: Standardization, Experiences & Capabilities in Urban Space, 1950-2000 (Tiina Männistö-Funk, Martin Emanuel) (short title: Building Cities with Children)
  • M23 - Institutional Inequality? Access to Colonial Institutions in Early Modern Port Cities (Archa Neelakandan Girija, Isabel dos Guimarães Sá, Maarten Van Dijck) (short title: Institutional Inequality?)
  • M24 - Public Renaissance: Urban Cultures of Public Space in Early Modern Europe (Fabrizio Nevola, Enrico Valseriati) (short title: Public Renaissance)
  • M26 - Religion, mobility and co-spatiality in cities (Susanne Rau, Jörg Rüpke, Michel Lussault) (short title: Religion, mobility and co-spatiality in cities)
  • M27 - Struggles for the City: Toward a History of Urban Social Movements (1800-present) (Philipp Reick, Christian Wicke, Mikkel Thelle) (short title: Struggles for the City)
  • M28 - Motion in City Museums. How to Represent Historical Change and How to Deal with Urban Movement (Joan Roca Albert) (short title: Motion in City Museums)
  • M29 - State-socialist Housing and Urban Renewal (Petr Roubal, Csaba Jelinek) (short title: State-socialist Housing and Urban Renewal)
  • M30 - Heritage at Risk and Heritage in Conflict (Ufuk Serin, Başak Kalfa-Atakli) (short title: Heritage at Risk and Heritage in Conflict)
  • M31 - Traversing the Town, cities as ‘practised places’ 1650-1850 (Deborah Simonton, Gudrun Andersson, Jon Stobart) (short title: Traversing the Town)
  • M32 - Urban Space and Inequality before 1850 (Tim Soens, Richard Rodger) (short title: Urban Space and Inequality)
  • M33 - Cities in (E)motion? Urban Milieus of Exile, Refuge, and Belonging (Katalin Straner, Joachim Schloer) (short title: Cities in (E)motion?)
  • M34 - Internal Immigrants and the Making of the Modern House (Panayotis Tournikiotis, Konstantina Kalfa) (short title: Internal Immigrants and the Making of the Modern House)
  • M35 - Complex urban legacies at work in the socio-spatial structure of cities of Eastern Europe (Pieter Troch, Guido Hausmann) (short title: Complex urban legacies at work)
  • M36 - The Place of the Urban Past before "Public History", 1850-1960 (Tanja Vahtikari, Tom Hulme) (short title: The Place of the Urban Past)
  • M37 - Gender, Space and Everyday Mobility in Modernizing Global Cities (Danielle van den Heuvel) (short title: Gender, Space and Everyday Mobility)
  • M38 - The City as a Broadcasting System: Communication and Sites of Openness/Seclusion in Premodern Europe (Nathan van Kleij, Isabel Casteels) (short title: The City as a Broadcasting System)
  • M39 - Assessing social mobility in Western European towns (13-18th centuries) (Pere Verdés Pijuan, Denis Menjot, Albert Reixach Sala) (short title: Assessing social mobility)
  • M40 - How to sell a city? Promoting urban tourism (1750-2000) (Gerrit Verhoeven, Ilja Van Damme, Jan Hein Furnée) (short title: How to sell a city?)
  • M41 - Who owns the city? Dynamics of urban landownership in the 19th and 20th centuries (Tim Verlaan, Monika Motylinska, Tm Verlaan) (short title: Who owns the city?)
  • M42 - Perceptions of disasters in early modern cities (Koichi Watanabe, Lorenza Gianfrancesco, Mina Ishizu) (short title: Perceptions of disasters)
  • M43 - Fleeting Frontiers: Constructing and contesting social difference in urban green spaces (Antonia Weiss, Elin Håkansson ) (short title: Fleeting Frontiers)

Specialist sessions

  • S1 - New Approaches to Urban Socio-Spatial Disparities in Welfare and Liberal Regimes (20th C.) (Christoph Bernhardt, Marjaana Niemi) (short title: New Approaches to Urban Socio-Spatial Disparities)
  • S2 - Deviant sex in the city - The policing of public sex after 1945 (Andrés Brink Pinto) (short title: Deviant sex in the city)
  • S3 - The moralisation of urban poor relief in France during the long nineteenth century (David Briscoe, Will Clement) (short title: The moralisation of urban poor relief)
  • S4 - The Urbanism of "Knowledge" during Dictatorships and Totalitarian Regimes in the 20th Century (Katerina Chatzikonstantinou, David Martín López) (short title: The Urbanism of "Knowledge")
  • S5 - Small Towns in Global Perspective: A Dynamic Narrative? (Peter Clark, Bill Rowe) (short title: Small Towns in Global Perspective)
  • S6 - Housing the refugees, urban zones of social segregation (Despina Dimelli, Alexios Tzompanakis) (short title: Housing the refugees)
  • S7 - Interchange: Transport Systems and the Modernisation of European Urban Planning c.1930-1980 (Simon Gunn, Elvira Kaihrullina) (short title: Interchange: Transport Systems)
  • S8 - “POWER TO THE PEOPLE”: Cities and Suffrage (Matti O. Hannikainen) (short title: “Power to the People")
  • S9 - Narcotic Cites: Discourses, Strategies and Imaginaries around Urban Drug Use after 1945 (Stefan Höhne, Boris Michel, Gemma Open) (short title: Narcotic Cites)"
  • S10 - Cadastral computing on Napoleonic cartographic sources (Frederic Kaplan) (short title: Cadastral computing)
  • S11 - Spatial transformations in Crete as aftermath of the Treaty of Lausanne and the population exchange between Greece and Turkey in 1923 (AMALIA KOTSAKI) (short title: Spatial transformations in Crete)
  • S12 - Caught between land and sea: The social geography of harbour districts, 1850-1945 (Kristof Loockx, Hilde Greefs) (short title: Caught between land and sea)
  • S13 - Towards a Transnational Urban History of Japan and Europe. Modernity and Governance. (Takahito Mori, Rainer Liedtke) (short title: Towards a Transnational Urban History)
  • S14 - An outsider's perspective? Early Modern depictions of cities by immigrants and travelers (Abigail Newman) (short title: An outsider's perspective?)
  • S15 - On the Road: Mapping Pre-modern Traffic Infrastructure (Niels Petersen) (short title: On the Road)
  • S16 - Port Cities of the Adriatic: Multiethnicity and Cultural Exchanges in the Borderlands (Katalin Prajda) (short title: Port Cities of the Adriatic)
  • S17 - Decolonising Urban History: Formulating an Agenda (Markian Prokopovych, Shane Ewen) (short title: Decolonising Urban History)
  • S18 - Don't Even Think Of Parking Here! Negotiation of Claims and Rights for Use of Urban Public Space (Angelka Psenner) (short title: Don't Even Think Of Parking Here!)
  • S19 - Disruptive urban events and changes in future thinking (Middle Ages – Early Modern Period) (Jeroen Puttevils, Jeroen Puttevils) (short title: Disruptive urban events and changes in future thinking)
  • S20 - Social categorization in Early modern colonial cities (Sophie Rose, Elisabeth Heijmans) (short title: Social categorization)
  • S21 - Urban mobility, city experience and the rise of public transport: 1880-1960 (Dieter Schott, Martin Knoll) (short title: Urban mobility)
  • S22 - Tolerant Migrant Cities? The Case of Holland, 1600-1900 (Samantha Sint Nicolaas) (short title: Tolerant Migrant Cities?)
  • S23 - Terroir and Cities: Localities, Markets, and Urban Network (Miki Sugiura) (short title: Terroir and Cities)
  • S24 - Migrants in Suburbia: Migration and Urban Transformations in Metropolitan Borderlands, 1960-2000 (David Templin, Jens Gründler) (short title: Migrants in Suburbia)
  • S25 - Networking urban demands. Infrastructuring the modern consumer 1890-1989 (Mikkel Thelle, Stefan Höhne) (short title: Networking urban demands)
  • S26 - Merchants’ and Makers’ Marks in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Diversity in Approaches (Jim van der Meulen, Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz) (short title: Merchants’ and Makers’ Marks)
  • S27 - Armed Cities: Postwar American Military Bases in European Urban History (José Vela Castillo, Pedro García Martínez) (short title: Armed Cities)
  • S28 - Precolonial Urbanisms: a global perspective on the indigenous practices of urban life (Benjamin Vis, Victor Brunfaut, Robin Coningham) (short title: Precolonial Urbanisms)
  • S29 - The Retreat of the Making City: Towards an Integrated and Interdisciplinary Approach (Bert De Munck) (short title: The Retreat of the Making City)
  • S30 - Urban Transnationalism and Subnational Urban Activism: City diplomacy in the global perspective (Laura Kolbe) (short title: Urban Transnationalism and Subnational Urban Activism)
  • S31 - Lost neighbours : Jewish communities in European towns, 19th and the first half of the 20th century (Martin Pekar, Andrea Pokludova) (short title: Lost neighbours)
  • S32 - Urban transitions (spokesperson to be confirmed)



Round tables

  • Pleasurescapes (Lisa Kosok, Heiko Droste)
  • Small Towns in Global Perspective (Peter Clark, Bill Rowe)
  • The future of urban inequality studies (Bruno Blondé, Tim Soens)
  • Cultural rhythms in the city and inequality (Peter Stabel, John Stobart)
  • Title to be confirmed (Bert De Munck)
  • A new Urban History (Maarten Prak, Lantschner)
  • Industrial Cities and Discourses of Modernity in Central and Eastern Europe 1890s-1990s (Kamil Śmiechowski)
    • Chair: Matthieu Gillabert
    • Discussants: Laura Kolbe, Andrea Pokludova, Agata Zysiak

Inequality sessions

  • I1 - Inequalities at the margins
  • I2 - Health inequalities
  • I3 - Inequalities in the built environment
  • I4 - Planning Collective/Social Housing
  • I5 - Urban Renewal & inequalities
  • I6 - Planning Ethnic / Religious Inequalities
  • I7 - Inequality & Political Struggle
  • I8 - Inequalities on the urban labour market
  • I9 - Inequalities and Social Difference
  • I10 - Urban Planning, and social struggle
  • I11 - How property and real estate creates inequalities
  • I12 - The memory of urban inequality
  • I13 - Inequalities: Life Cycle perspectives
  • I14 - Unequal access to resources
  • I15 - It’s all about location?
  • I16 - Transnation inequalities
  • I17 - New methodologie about inequalities from urban studies
  • I18 - Migration and inequalities

* Session spokesperson will be assigned as soon as possible

Papers per session

Main Sessions

  • M1 - Railway Station Neighbourhoods (Anneleen Arnout, Nicolas Kenny)
    • Emotions and Railway Stations, Montreal 1850s-1920s (Nicolas Kenny)
    • Railroad Urbanism: Terminal Stations in the Nineteenth-Century American City (David Schley)
    • In Bad Odor… On the Emotional and Sensory Topography of a Railway Station in Eastern Poland. The Case of Lublin in the 20th Century. (Stephanie Weismann)
    • Gare du Nord: Havoc and Haven in a Paris Neighbourhood (Jacob Paskins)
    • Railway Station Neighbourhoods in West Germany as Spaces of Arrival and Migration, 1960-1990 (David Templin)
    • ​Motion, emotions and ambiances around the Brussels Central Station. Reconfigurations of the urban experience and spatial articulations between fast and slow mobilities (1950-1980) (Claire Pelgrims)
  • M2 - Urbanization and Urban Networks (María Asenjo-González, Elisabeth Crouzet-Pavan, Andrea Zorzi)
    • Cities and their projection in the Kingdom of Naples: urban networks, hinterland, monarchy (14th- 16th centuries) (Pierluigi TERENZI)
    • Jerez de la Frontera and his wine: a perfect pairing since the late Middle Ages (Silvia María Pérez)
    • Urban Hierarchies and Urban Leagues in Late Medieval Castile: the Hermandades from the 13th to 15th century. (María Ángeles Martín Romera)
    • Urban players with rural interests. The craftsmen of Coimbra and the study of their property in the Late Middle Ages. (Matia Helena da Cruz, Maria Amélia Álvaro de Campos)
    • Nantes and Rennes : two capital cities facing the lost of the Duchy’s independance. Between competition and affirmation in a regional area. (Aurore Denmat-Leon)
    • The role of religious orders in the organization of Seville at the end of the Middle Ages. (José María Miura Andrades) 
    • The Rhythms of Urbanization (Peter Stabel)
  • M3 - Friars in Motion (Silvia Beltramo, Catarina Almeida Marado , Gianmario Guidarelli)
    • Friars in Motion: Mendicant Mobility in 14th Century Cologne (Franciscan and Dominican Friaries) (Frederik Felskau)
    • Mendicant friaries and settlement development in Medieval Ireland (Anne-Julie Lafaye )
    • The friars and the urban context: the Servants of Mary in Northern and Central Italy (XIII-XIV cc.) (Emanuele Carletti)
    • Lay Authorities and Liminal Zones of Religious Enclosure in 15th c. Dubrovnik (Ana Marinković)
    • Opening the church to the faithful: liturgical setting and urban development in the sixteenth-century San Domenico Maggiore in Naples (Haude Morvan)
    • "Friars in Decline. Paris Left Bank Mendicant Monasteries : urban economy and morphological influence (Preston Perluss )"
    • The construction of the European convent city through the projection of monasticism in Andalusia and North Rhine-Westphalia. (Francisco Javier Ostos Prieto, Christa Reicher, María-Teresa Pérez-Cano)
  • M4 - The Role of Journals (Angelo Bertoni, Ines Tolic, Thomas Renard)
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF SPECIALIZED JOURNALS IN THE SPREADING OF THE URBAN PLANNING THINKING AND THE EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCES AMONG BRAZILIAN PROFESSIONALS. (Maria Stella Martins Bresciani)
    • THE QUESTIONS OF HUNGARIAN URBAN PLANNING IN THE FIRST THIRD OF THE 20TH CENTURY PRESENTED BY JOURNALS OF HISTORICIST AND MODERN ARCHITECTURE (Gábor György Papp)
    • THE “URBANISMUL” JOURNAL AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SCIENTIFIC URBAN PLANNING IN ROMANIA (Toader Popescu)
    • FOREIGN JOURNALS ON URBAN PLANNING IN USSR BETWEEN TWO WARS: BETWEEN STATE POLICY AND PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT (Anna Vyazemtseva)
    • ATHENS- JOHANNESBURG: MODERN TOWN PLANNING AND GREEK CULTURAL HERITAGE IN TECHNIKA CHRONIKA AND ΤHE SOUTH AFRICAN ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (Kostantinia Karali, Emilia Athanassiou)
    • JOURNALS OF THE NEW CITY: BUILDING NETWORKS OF URBAN DISCOURSE IN GERMANY BETWEEN THE WARS (Dima Vasiliki)
    • METRON: INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ARCHITECTURE"", 1945-1954. (Valeria Casali)
    • REPRESENTATION OF WESTERN URBANISM IN CZECHOSLOVAK ARCHITECTURAL PRESS (1945-1960) (Lívia Gažová)
  • M5 - The Times are Changing (Dorothee Brantz, Avi Sharma)
    • Tree Time: Urban Trees as Timekeepers and Seasonal Indicators (Sonja Dümpelmann)
    • Hot Town: Summer’s Impact on Turn of the Century New York City (Kara Schlichting)
    • The seasonal cycle of social in- and exclusion in urban recreation: Amsterdam and The Hague, 1815-1890 (Jan-Hein Furnée)
    • The lost bamboo bed arrays (Zhen Wang, Zhou Fang)
    • Turning Life into a Spiral – Seasonality in Setting the Pulse of Lifestyle in the Finnish Cities of the 20th Century (Timo Myllyntaus)
    • The challenges of seasonality in the operation of the Roman sewers 1870-1890. (Salvatore Valenti)
    • “Pothole Season” – Using city pavements to understand the intricate relationship of urban environments above and below ground (Simone Müller)
  • M6 - Spaces of Urban Citizenship (Geert Castryck, Johan Lagae)
    • Locals on the Stage: Claiming Urban Citizenship in Early Republican Istanbul (1923-1949) (Ümit Fırat Açıkgöz)
    • Materialised empowerment: reconfiguring the SICAP neighbourhoods of Dakar in colonial and postcolonial times (Luce Beeckmans, Séverine Awenego Dalberto)
    • Water shortage and narratives of citizenship in the inter-war English city (Andrew McTominey)
    • Growing citizenship. The socio-ecological city of Louis G. Le Roy (1970-2012) ( Bruno Notteboom, Isabelle Doucet, Michelle Mlati)
    • Conflict in Spatial Paradigms: Indigenous Newa Movement against the Nepalese State (Bawesh Pradhan, Sambhavi Ganesh)
    • Building working-class urban spaces: The construction cooperatives of interwar Europe (Philipp Reick)
    • Claiming the public space: the presence of non-muslim minority identities in the public ceremonies during the late Ottoman empire (Ahmet Erdem Tozoglu)
    • Evict the Council, Not The People: the Bengali Housing Action Group, Slum Clearance, and the Meaning of Home in 1970s Britain (Claire Wrigley)
  • M7 - Villes capitales (Pierre Chabard, Caroline Varlet)
    • Spreebogen Competition 1992. Making Berlin a greater Capital (Corinne JACQUAND)
    • L'invention des villes capitales au Kazakhstan soviétique et post-soviétique : le cas d'Astana (1994-2019) (Nari Shelekpayev)
    • Bucharest at the Crossroads of Europe. Urban Models and Political Identity (Bogdan Andrei Fezi)
    • Moscow. From the socialist capital city to the European metropolis: a waltz in three-quarter time (Elisabeth Essaïan, Alessandro Panzeri)
    • Les réformateurs de l’urbain face à l’héritage : relectures, réinterprétations pour capter l’esprit de Paris (1890-1919) (Géraldine Texier-Rideau)
    • Europe, la capitale “éclatée”, entre symboles supranationaux et dynamiques locales (Gauthier Bolle)
    • Repenser la notion de ville-capitale au XXIe siècle (Beatriz Fernandez)
    • Les métropoles du Grand Paris et leurs avatars (1994 à aujourd'hui) : approcher les politiques contemporaines par le biais des régimes d'historicités (Alexandre Faure)
  • M8 - Migration as a Gendered Proces (Marianna Charitonidou)
    • Re-Emplacement in Life and in the City Syrian Women’s Social Enterprises in Istanbul – Women to Women Refugee Kitchen, the Muhra and Maide (Ezgi Tuncer, Didem Kılıçkıran)
    • 'Modern' Homes in Franco's Spain: Female Migration, Domestic Service, and the Transformation of City and Country (Alberto Sanchez-Sanchez)
    • Wig Stores as Transnational Spaces of Self-Representation: a case study in Philadelphia (Min Kyung Lee)
    • The city as a gendered space: The case of Tirana and post-1991 Albanian female migration (Ermira Danaj)
    • Bread and bakeries: São Paulo, immigrants, neighborhood and the modern city: 1890/1930 (Ana Lanna)
    • NETS STRETCHED INTO THE UNKNOWN. BAUHAUS WOMEN IN BRITISH EXILE. (Mara Trübenbach)
    • Franco’s Regime Housing Subsidies as a Social Class and Gender Inequalities impulse. The case of the city of Zaragoza (1939-64). (Lucía C. Pérez Moreno, Marta Monzón-Chavarrías)
    • The Right to Domesticity: Shared Residency of Female Caregivers and Old Women (Shelly Cohen, Yael Allweil)
  • M9 - Military Authorities and the Urban Landscape (Dragan Damjanović, Aleksander Łupienko)
    • Recovering Military History through Urban Views: the Lost Towers of Sibiu (Anda-Lucia Spânu)
    • Settling the militaries in the cities of Southern Portugal: the adaptive reuse of the monastic buildings in the 19th century (Catarina Almeida Marado)
    • Military sites and urban transformations in Thessaloniki, Greece, end of 19th-20st c. The role of the Army as a major urban landowner. (Athina Vitopoulou)
    • Russian military infrastructure in Warsaw as an urban space (1864-1915) (Aleksander Łupienko)
    • Russian military authorities and the urban planning of the Finnish town of Hämeenlinna in 1900-1917 (Tuomas Teuho)
    • Militarizing Habsburg Urban Space – The Dynamics of De- and Re-Militarization of Lemberg in the 1840s and 1850s (Frank Rochow)
    • Novelty in times of disorder: Revisiting Vienna’s Armory Museum (1850-56) – style, audience, paradox (Maximilian Hartmuth)
    • Architecture of the Austro-Hungarian Military Port in Pula in Istria (Dragan Damjanović)
  • M10 - Cities in the flow (Greet De Block, Massimo Moraglio)
    • A river, a city, two tunnels and tolls: debating river crossings in Antwerp 1920-1960 (Thomas Vanoutrive, Greet De Block)
    • Urban ports as infrastructures of global mobility: nineteenth century London and Antwerp (Samuel Grinsell)
    • New York’s Seventh Avenue South: from Highway to Urban Life (Patrick Leitner)
    • Canning the city: a sardine tale over the borders (Diego Inglez de Souza)
    • The publics of metropolitan flows: London and Paris circa 1840-1900 (Carlos López Galviz)
    • From 'Terra Incognita' to 'Terra Nova': Airport Territories in the North of Istanbul (Elif Simge Fettahoğlu Özgen, İpek Akpınar, Benedikt Boucsein)
  • M11 - Cultural heritage in remote areas (Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo, Réka Horeczki)
    • Urban-territorial bases for the heritage assessment of depopulated rural areas. Guidelines for resilient development of Sierra de Huelva (Andalusia - Spain) (Daniel Navas-Carillo, Juan-Andrés Rodríguez-Lora, Ana Costa)
    • The transformation of cultural heritage content during urbanisation (Réka Horeczki)
    • Registering the territory for the safeguarding of rural heritage: Three instruments for approaching agrarian, defensive and anthropological heritage. (José-Manuel Aladro-Prieto, Marta García-Casasola, Beatriz Castellano-Bravo)
    • Culture heritage-based community initiatives in Central European peripheries: Case of Vysočina, Šariš and Podlasie (Jan Krajíček)
    • Peripheries and “Glocalities”: some trends for a Global History of the Luso-Spanish Borderlands in Europe and South America (Pedro Albuquerque, Francisco-José García-Fernández)
    • Cultural routes and connected sustainable heritage in rural areas. The Great Trail of Málaga (Spain) (Lourdes Royo Naranjo)
    • Once upon a time, a village wanted to be like a town (Marta Marçal Gonçalves, Stefan Rosendahl, María Teresa Pérez Cano)
    • Cultural heritage-based local development for the resilience of rural, remote, and disperse areas. The case of Mértola (Portugal) as a project in the territory (Blanca Del Espino Hidalgo, Susana Gómez Martínez, Miguel Reimão Costa)
  • M12 - Entrepreneurship, craft guilds and transformations (Heidi Deneweth, Jaap Evert Abrahamse)
    • From Tanners Square to Tawers Street. Evolutions in the Occupational Geography of the Bruges Leather Industry (14th-16th centuries) (Ward Leloup)
    • Leather tanners in Rome between the 16th and 19th centuries: a socio-spatial analysis (Keti Leo, Giuseppe Stemperini, Carlo M. Travaglini)
    • “Florire al maggior dissegno e benefficio pubblico”. The social role of the silk manufacture between economic purposes and protection of public order (Mario Grassi)
    • Urban transformation and craft location: Seville, 1533-1561 (Juan Manuel Castillo Rubio)
    • From Streets to Palaces: Players Making a Space 1300-1800 (Margaret Lindley)
    • Transaction and Speculation of “Realgewerberecht” as a Catalyst for Relocation of Urban Industry in Munich, late 18th and early 19th century (Taichi Kochiya)
    • Demolition at disposal - the demolition entrepreneur in the Dutch shrinking town (1750-1840) (Minke Walda)
    • The City as an Industrial Space. New Evidence on the Output and Spatial Presence of the Textile Industry in Bruges (ca. 1280-1600) (Mathijs Speecke)
  • M13 - Fires and Urban Communities (shane ewen, Marie-Aline Thebaud-Sorger)
    • Between the fires of religious struggles: the great fire of Cluj in 1697 (Mária Lupescu Makó)
    • The Calamitous Conflagration, Mumbai 1803 (Sukriti Issar)
    • Breaching Confessional Walls: Anthropogenic fire and the ghetto of Ferrara (Myrna Martin)
    • ‘Les risques ordinaires d’incendie’: Fire and Families in Working-Class Montreal, 1895-1935 (Magda Fahrni)
    • France, 1958: urban arsons as a primetime show: The demolition of Ménilmontant as a seminal case study for the history of urban fires(Hélène Jannière, Alessandro Benetti)
    • Burning An Illusion: Race, Resistance, and the “Riots” in 1980s England (Aaron Andrews)
  • M14 - Cargoes, bodies, stories (Gabriel Gee, Eliano Sousa Santos)
    • Intermodal Transportation and the Changing Role of Seaports in Cargo Transport since the 1960s (Christoph Strupp)
    • Building the National Flavour: The Cod Fisheries and the Transformation of Portuguese Landscape (Andre Tavares)
    • Irish Immigrants in American Cities: the Appropriation of Pejorative Irish Stereotypes in Periodicals, 1875–1906 (Lindsay Janssen)
    • Flux control in the port city: introduction (Gabriel Gee, Eliana Sousa Santos)
    • Welcoming strangers/securing the continent (Caroline Wiedmer)
    • Socialist Port Cities and their Global Entanglements (Brigitte Lenormand, Sarah Lemmen)
  • M15 - Cities, Mobility and Transient Residents (Hilde Greefs, Anne Winter)
    • The pilgrim and the city. Regulation and networks of foreign pilgrims in early modern Venice (Sandra Toffolo)
    • Foreigners, Migrants and Transients. Floating population in late Medieval Valencia (13th-15th centuries) (Antoni Furio, Juan Vicente Garcilla Marsilla)
    • Grison Pastry Makers as migratory agents of change in Copenhagen's Public Sphere - app 1780-1880 (Jakob Ingemann Parby)
    • Closed gates and dark streets: urban spaces of arrival at night in early nineteenth-century Leiden (Marjolein Schepers)
    • Commercial Mobility Beyond the Metropolis: British Coastal Towns as Hubs for Transient Traders (1870s-1930s) (Léa Leboissetier)
    • Investigating the impact of refugee camps on the development of its hosting cities, a comparative investigation. The case of Jordan. (Dina Dahood Dabash )
  • M16 - Structural Change as Experience (Sebastian Haumann, Valentina Fava)
    • From an ‘Infant Hercules’ to the death of Teesside Steelmaking. community, heritage and the impact of deindustrialisation in the manufacturing town (Tosh Warwick)
    • Can the Resilience of the Workers' Micro-Community Overcome the Consequences of their Factory Ruination? The Case of Housing Block "Experiment-57 (Ana Grgic)
    • Documentary Photography and 'Visibility' of Urban Life in Ireland. documentary photography and deindustrialization in Dublin, 1979 – 1991 (Erika Hanna)
    • Experiences of structural change and related constructs of identity and authenticity in a post-industrial urban landscape (Wesener Andreas)
    • From Industrial Giants to Ruins of Industry. Reinterpreting Yugoslav industry in Serbia Today (Ada Vlajic)
    • The breaking point. Transition of the 1990s and the end of the industrial era in Praga district in Warsaw (Katarzyna Sadowy)
    • Questioning a master narrative of successful (de)industrialisation. Public history discourses in the context of Esch-sur-Alzette (Jens van de Maele)
  • M17 - Ottoman Cultural Mobilities (Semra Horuz , Belgin Turan Özkaya)
    • ‘Artful Diplomacy’ as Modus Itineris: Reflections on the Journeys of the Hyphenated Manases across Europe (Gizem Pilavcı)
    • Entangled Artifacts, Ottoman Industrialism, and the 1851 Great Exhibition in London (Sibel Zandi-Sayek)
    • The Ottoman Empire at the 1900 Paris Exposition: Orientalism, Representation, and Identity (Gizem Tongo, Vazken Khatchig Davidian)
    • Loans, Looms, and Liquidation: Diaspora Dealer Networks in the Early Twentieth-Century Market for Islamic Art and Antiquities (Roxanne Goldberg)
    • Archaeology in the Making: Trans-national Curators and Bureaucrats of Early Archeology in Ottoman Lands (Belgin Turan Özkaya)
    • The Railway and Ottoman Engagements with Anatolian Pasts (Elvan Cobb)
    • Treasuries in Motion: The Display of the Topkapı Palace Collections during the 19th Century (Nilay Özlü)
    • Towards a Radical Cartography of Ottoman Landscape Photographs (Erin Hyde Nolan)
  • M18 - Jewish Migrations (Maja Hultman)
    • Reading Jerusalem Street – a cross section through the History of Haifa (Lena Lorenz)
    • Yiddish Theatre and Emigration in the Urban Space of Iaṣi, Romania (Sarit Cofman-Simhon)
    • German-Jewish Welfare activities towards Jewish migrants from Eastern Europe – Shaping urban space between 1890 and 1917 (Anna Michaelis)
    • The impact of Stockholm’s Jewish elite reflected through the process of completion of a symphony orchestra and a concert hall, 1900-1926. (Mia Kuritzén Löwengart)
    • The Geography of Jewish Interwar Montreal: A Cartographic and Demographic Survey (Yosef Robinson)
    • Mapping the Jewish Switzerland. Reconstructing Israel Joshua Singer's Treatment of Jewish Life in Interwar Berlin in "The Karnovsky Family". (Agustín Cosovschi)
    • Living a daily Jewish life – the Jewish living area in 19th and 20th centuries Łódź (Ruthie Kaplan)
    • London's Contested Yiddish Public Sphere: Jewish Nationalism and Cultural Activity 1895-1906 (William Pimlott)
    • "Lodzermentch," or how cultural capital was negotiated between newcomers and older elites in Łódź, at the beginning of the 20th century (Marcos Silber)
  • M19 - Summerhouses and Garden Plots (Epp Lankots, Marija Dremaite)
    • Summerhouse settlements and promoting modern culture of domesticity in a socialist Yugoslavia during the 1960s (Jasna Galjer)
    • Constructing Communities. Garden Cooperatives in Soviet Estonia. (Triin Ojari)
    • Collectivity and Technology: Socialist Summerhouse Typology on the Lake Balaton in Hungary (Domonkos Wettstein)
    • Exploring allotments as objects of socialist urban planning: Ideologies, policies and (architectonical) forms of urban gardening spaces (Petr Gibas)
    • Building Your Own Private Space: The Architecture of the Summerhouse in Soviet Garden Association (Anna Guseva)
    • Building the dream: Houses for gardeners in Soviet Lithuania. (Matas Šiupšinskas)
    • The Soviet Dachas in Kazan: a Hybrid Space between the Urban and the Rural. (Camille Robert-Boeuf)
  • M20 - Towards a common culture on urban archives (Vincent Lemire, Frédéric Moret, Paul Lecat)
    • Archival Tools for Urban Archives and Urban History (Carole Lamoureux)
    • Connecting Ruins: The History of the Mughrabi Neighborhood in Jerusalem (Maria-Chiara Rioli, Luca Sandoni)
    • Public Streets in Administrative Yearbooks. A crossover study between the street services archives and the administratives yearbooks (Paul Lesieur, Loic Vadelorge)
    • LIBRA, a database for the diagnosis of Quito's urban history (Tamara Estupinan, Carlos Espinosa)
    • Inequalities as an archival order: the case of the Bologna (13th-15th centuries) (Clément Carnielli)
    • The Paris metropolis in 1954, social and spatial inequalities (Valérie Gouet, Paul Lecat)
    • Archives of the Ordinary Cities in Southeast Asia. Case study of Chiang Mai (Thailand) (Pijika Pumketkao, Nathalie Lancret)
  • M21 - Welfare cities in motion (Magnus Linnarsson, Mats Hallenberg)
    • Surprising Similarities? Politics of Food Provisions between ‚Moral‘ and ‚Market‘ Economies in Vienna, Paris, and New York City, c. 1770s-1870s (Jonas M. Albrecht)
    • The common good in urban cites in Norway c. 1850-1920 (Knut Dørum)
    • Connected – or not connected? The uneven development of municipal services in Helsinki in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. (Marjaana Niemi)
    • Public or private? The challenges of providing power service in Argentinian cities and towns (1890–1930) (Luz Irene Pyke)
    • Public Services and political contestation in Nordic Capital Cities c. 1850–1920 (Mats Hallenberg, Magnus Linnarsson)
    • The welfare states and the expansion of regional recreation areas. The Danish capital metropolis in the mid- and post-war period. (Henning Bro)
    • The politics of building new schools in the Irish city: religion, health, and welfare in Galway, c. 1940-60 (Richard Butler)
    • The national state, welfare cities and local practices of housing construction. The example of Swiss cities in the war and post-war period (Florian Müller)
  • M22 - Building Cities with Children (Tiina Männistö-Funk, Martin Emanuel)
    • Referring Children to the Underworld: Techno-Politics of Schools and Tunnels in Stockholm, ca 1945-65 (Martin Emanuel, Daniel Normark)
    • From “Stop the Child Murder” to children’s playground? Children and residential neighbourhoods in The Netherlands since the mid-20th century (Frank Schipper)
    • Towards standardized childhood. The development of built play spaces in Helsinki 1940-1990 (Veera Moll)
    • Daycare as multidisciplinary welfare service – standardising daycare centres in Finland in the 1970s and 1980s (Hanna Tyvelä)
    • Exploring the city through multi-sensory learning: case of post-war Helsinki (Antti Malinen, Tanja Vahtikari)
    • The city of motorized threat Children’s traffic safety materials in Finland from 1950s to the 1990s as spatial construction (Tiina Männistö-Funk)
    • Many Dangers Lie Ahead - "Lasten liikennelaulu" (The Children's Traffic Song) and the educational value of urban nostalgia (Ainur Elmgren)
  • M23 - Institutional Inequality? (Archa Neelakandan Girija, Isabel dos Guimarães Sá, Maarten Van Dijck)
    • Who had access to the Misericórdias in the Portuguese colonies? (Isabel dos Guimarães Sá)
    • Negotiating Family Life through Colonial Institutions in VOC-Asia, 1700-1800 (Sophie Rose)
    • Plaintiffs and Their Civil Suits in Colonial Colombo, Galle, and Matara, ca. 1760-1790 (Dries Lyna, Wouter Raaijmakers)
    • Black Vecinos in an American Port (Guadalupe García)
    • To Save Further Expences”: Medical Labor and the Atlantic Slave Trade in Charleston, 1750-1758 (Patrick T Barker)
    • Unequal Intermediate Bodies: Problem of Institutional Disparity in the 18th century Colonial World (1759-1763) (Giulio Talini)
    • Changing Urban Spaces; A Study about the Craftsmen community of Coromandel coast (Akhil A R)
  • M24 - Public Renaissance (Fabrizio Nevola, Enrico Valseriati)
    • The materiality of public space in early modern Europe: built environment, material culture and public space (Fabrizio Nevola)
    • The Power of Space: Political Public Spaces in Renaissance Europe (Massimo Rospocher)
    • Public Religion: Inwardness and Social Engagement in Late Medieval Europe (Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet)
    • The mediality of urban information: Early Modern European Cities as mediated living spaces and resonating boxes (Daniel Bellingradt)
    • Parties, Enmity and Violence. Spaces and Materiality of Conflict and Dissent in Renaissance Verona (Enrico Valseriati, Umberto Cecchinato)
    • The Circulation of Chapbooks in Early Modern cities from a gender perspective (Juan Gomis)
    • Crime, Gender and Space in Early Modern Madrid (Blanca Llanes Parra) 
    • From social dramas to digital public histories: re-articulating early modern urban research using geolocated mobile media (David Rosenthal)
  • M26 - Religion, mobility and co-spatiality in cities (Susanne Rau, Jörg Rüpke, Michel Lussault)
    • Contested Pilgrimages: How and Why the Underworld God was Replaced by the Fertility Goddess in Sixteenth Century Chinese Taishan? (Meng-chi Hsueh)
    • The written Church – Urban monumental inscriptions as practice of appropriation of space in the age of the Reformation (Teresa Schröder-Stapper)
    • Multiconfessionalism and migration: the city of Strasbourg in the 18th century, a Case Study (Donatus Duesterhaus)
    • Of Metro Lines and Liturgy: An Armenian Christian Itinerary of Istanbul (Christopher Sheklian)
    • Religion and Co-spatiality in a former Portuguese colonial city in India (Nuno Grancho)
  • M27 - Struggles for the City (Philipp Reick, Christian Wicke, Mikkel Thelle)
    • Inequality, Ethnic Conflict and Clashes between Power Factions as Drivers of Social Protest: Urban Riots in Early 19th Century Spain (José María Cardesín Díaz)
    • The 1907 Buenos Aires Rent Strike and the Role of Women in the Making of an Urban Grassroots Movement (Lucas Poy)
    • Masters of the street. Practices of spatial claims-making in the city of Antwerp, Belgium, 1880-1940. (Schoups Martin)
    • Urban social movements in Barcelona working-class suburbs: a diachronic comparison, 1914-1975 (José Luis Oyón, Manel Guardia)
    • The Urbanism of Urban Movements: Historical Vicissitudes of Movements and Cities in Brazil (Jeroen Stevens)
    • Transport policy under the pressure of the street: The 1971 transport price protests in Dortmund (Hans H. Bass)
    • Urban movements under East German conditions? – Civic engagement for the preservation of the old towns in the German Democratic Republic (Julia Wigger)
    • Barricade, Strike, Occupy!: The Long History of Urban Disruption (Mehmet Dosemeci)
  • M28 - Motion in City Museums (Joan Roca Albert)
    • Motion in City Museums. How to present historical change and how to deal with urban movement (PETER LUMMEL)
    • The role of city museums in thinking about the future of cities (Tim Marshall) 
    • Role of City Museums Emphasizing Spatial Continuity and Urban Memory in Ankara (Meltem Özkan Altınöz) 
    • A museu on the move (Jakob Ingemann Parby) 
    • Community stories, changing places, cultural connections: Pembroke Place, liverpool (Liz Stewart) 
    • Bordeaux an attractive city (Laurent Védrine) 
    • Agile museography : how a city museum can follow the urban mouvement ? (Xavier De la Selle) 
    • Departures: from Nostalgia to modernity. The silent paths of urban motions in a city museum picture. The case study of Museum of Lisbon’s Arthur May painting. (Mario Nascimento)

  • M29 - State-socialist Housing and Urban Renewal (Petr Roubal, Csaba Jelinek)
    • Socialist-era housing complexes as an intellectual stimulus for the development of local urban studies (Slavomíra Ferenčuhová)
    • The Temporal Violence of Demolition: Coalescence of Modernities, Futurities and Anachronies in a Moscow Khrushchevka (Ekaterina Mizrokhi)
    • The ideological and cultural practices of Soviet Yerevan housing landscapes formation. Narrative semiotic analysis of residents' experience (Harutyun Vermishyan)
    • Norwegian Prefabrication of the 1960s-70s: International Models and Local Hybrids (Maryia Rusak)
    • The cyclical history of state socialist housing cooperatives in Hungary – A historical sociological approach (Csaba Jelinek)
    • Technical, social and urban experimentation in the "Maribor- Jug" neighborhood (1973 -'82) in Maribor, Slovenia (Raimondo Mercadante)
    • Eating Out in the Soviet City: Self-Service, Take-Away and other Progressive Methods of Socialist Foodservice in the Khrushchev Era (Olav Hofland)
  • M30 - Heritage at Risk and Heritage in Conflict (Ufuk Serin, Başak Kalfa-Atakli)
    • From Contested Heritage to Urban Leisure Centers: Neoliberal Urbanism and Heritagization in Yerevan. (Éva Merenics, Ágnes Erőss)
    • A Love-Hate Affair with Catastrophe: the new trend of “Ruin Porn” and the Spomeniks (Eleftheria Gkaliou)
    • Safeguarding Palestinian rural heritage for resilient communities. A case of Masar Ibrahim trail  (Jawida Mansour)
    • The Resilience of Building Heritages Against Flood Based Disaster, The Case Study of Lorestan Province on 2019 Disaster, Iran. (Fatemeh Fotouhi Ahl, Mostafa Behzadfar)
    • The museum city against the industrial city: Historical perspective on the fire at the Lubrizol factory in Rouen in September 2019 (loic Vadeloge)
    • Natural heritage as cultural heritage at risk; the case of Thessaloniki, Greece (Eleni Athanasiadou, Athina Vitopoulou)
    • The Old City of Aleppo, the post-conflict recovery efforts and their challenges (Ruba Kasmo)
  • M31 - Traversing the Town (Deborah Simonton, Gudrun Andersson, Jon Stobart)
    • Crossing Boundaries: Work, Spatial Mobility and Social Interaction in the late 18th Century (Caroline Lindroth)
    • Spaces and Places of Electoral Politics in the Late Georgian Town: The Hustings (Elaine Chalus)
    • Moving around: Intra urban migration in Swedish eighteenth century towns. (Dag Lindström)
    • Cross the walls: A study of circulations between the city center and the « terroir » of Marseille (1660-1720) (Florie Imbert-Pellissier)
    • Precarious Practices: Men and Women on the Margins of Urban Spaces in Stockholm c. 1776–1836 (Tobias Larsson)
    • A Sociable Office: Claiming Urban Space in Nineteenth-Century Sweden (Gudrun Andersson)
    • Thomas Shotter Boys' "Original Views of London as it is:" London as Real Space and Perceived Space (Kemille Moore)
    • Urban experience and female flâneurs in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Budapest (Emese Gyimesi)
    • Pathways, performances and footsteps: conceptualising movement through the city (Jon Stobart)
  • M32 - Urban Space and Inequality (Tim Soens, Richard Rodger)
    • Long-term developments in urban inequality in late medieval and early modern Rotterdam (Maarten Van Dijk)
    • Levelling through space? Socio-spatial redistribution in Antwerp’s darkest hour (1584-1586) (Rogier van Kooten)
    • Location, location, location? Deciphering early-modern real estate economics in Amsterdam and Leiden (Jaap-Evert Abrahamse, Roos van Oosten, Menne Kosian, Thoms van den Brink (Delft)
    • Inequality and Spatiality within London’s Livery Companies in the Mid Sixteenth Century: Geographies of the 1538 Harness List (Justin Colson)
    • The city in crisis. Wealth inequalities in  Kraków in the 18th century (Ewa Kaźmierczyk)
    • Proceeding without any welldigested scheme’: policy decisions and Newcastle’s residential space, 1780-1830 (Sarah Collins (Newcastle)
    • Economic Inequality and Social Segregation in Leiden, 1550–1850: A Diachronic GIS-based Analysis (Arie van Steensel, Roos van Oosten, Thomas Vermaut, Martin Hooymans, Mark Raat)
    • Poor neighbours, good neighbours? The impact of spatial segregation on social relations in the eighteenth-century city: the case of Bruges (Belgium). (Heidi Deneweth, Wouter Ryckbosch)​​​​​​​​
  • M33 - Cities in (E)motion? (Katalin Straner, Joachim Schloer)
    • "I have lost a lot, but I have a lot left in you", the emotional struggle of homeless Jews (Marleen van den Berg)
    • “Little Vienna“ in Colombia and Mexico (Susanne Korbel)
    • Jewish migrants and urban home-making in modern Stockholm (Maja Hultman)
    • Trapped in Liminal Space. Experiences of Homelessness Among Displaced Karelians in Post-War Helsinki, 1944–1950 (Antti Malinen, Mervi Kaarninen)
    • Room for guests?: Greek Gastarbeiter and their unequal access to West German urban centers (1960-1989) (Maria Adamopolou)
    • A post-Soviet nocturnal repatriation: becoming local in Minsk at late evening trolleybuses (Andrey Vozyanov)
    • Heritage in Harlem. Edificial? Emotional? Ethnic? (Svenja Hoenig)
    • Tel Aviv – A Non-stop City (Omri Yavin)
  • M34 - Internal Immigrants and the Making of the Modern House (Panayotis Tournikiotis, Konstantina Kalfa)
    • A Manifesto of Minimums. The ‘Poblados Dirigidos’ of Madrid as a Laboratory of Modern Social Housing (1955-1967) (Ana Esteban-Maluenda, Celia Castro Gonsales)
    • Collaborative Housing as Migrant Dwellings; Lessons from the Tehran Region (Maryam Shafiei)
    • From state-led to aided self-help: Marshall Plan and workers’ housing cooperatives in Turkey (Sila Karatas Basoglu)
    • Co-operative Housing in State Socialist Lithuania as a field of architectural and social experimentation (Marija Drėmaitė)
    • The Finnish Joint Stock Housing Company in Helsinki as a New Urban Working Classes' Form of Self Help for Rehousing, Architecture and Modernization (Juhana Heikonen)
    • Urbanophilia' VS 'Urban Reconstruction' across the Greek political spectrum in the early 60s (Christos Kritikos)
  • M35 - Complex urban legacies at work (Pieter Troch, Guido Hausmann)
    • Tashkent’s imperial and socialist legacies: Infrastructure, city planning, and water (Julia Obertreis)
    • Political Legacy or Architectural Heritage: Preservation in Post-Ottoman, Socialist and Post-Socialist Sofia (Elitza Stanoeva)
    • Commodification of Nostalgia in Tbilisi (Ketevan Gurchiani)
    • The Imperial legacy of the cities of the USSR after World War II and the youth movements of Leningrad and Kharkiv (1945-1991) (Olga Malinova-Tziafeta)
    • The legacy of Ottoman urban modernization in the periphery: Pirot from late Ottoman modernization to socialist transformation (Nenad Stefanov)
    • Socialist Prishtina: the legacy of ideological spatialization (Florina Jerliu)
    • “A Common Big Family” . Uncanny Sympathies in contemporary Batumi on the Georgian Black Sea Coast (Tamta Khalvashi)
  • M36 - The Place of the Urban Past (Tanja Vahtikari, Tom Hulme)
    • Foregrounding the Sensory and Emotional Dimensions of the Preservation Movement (Rebecca Madgin)
    • Staging Batavia – constructing the past and present of a colonial capital through ceremony and public spectacle, 1845-1869 (Mikko Toivanen)
    • Tomorrow Is Here: Creating the Illusion of a Pure Colonial Past in 20th century in Connecticut (Laura Macaluso)
    • Rewriting the public space: materiality, historical semiotics and negotiations of the Ottoman past in Crete and Lesvos (1913-1047) (Marilena Pateraki)
    • J.B. Priestley and the Interwar Battle to Save British Commercial Heritage (Sarah Mass)
    • 1930, the year of the great re-enactment: Modernization and performative receptions of history in Athens on the Centennial of the Greek State (Emilia Athanassiou , Panayotis Tournikiotis)
    • Heritage Conservation, Urban Modernism and Public History in Interwar Melbourne (James Lesh)
    • The construction of the local identity in socialist city. The case of postwar Łódź, Poland (Magdalena Rek-Woźniak)
  • M37 - Gender, Space and Everyday Mobility (Danielle van den Heuvel)
    • Mapping the Spatial Syntax of Sex Work in Early Modern Venice (Saundra Weddle)
    • From village to city: everyday travel and geographies of community in early modern England (Charmian Mansell)
    • Mapping mobility in early modern Amsterdam 1742-1791: Gendered Mobility, Scope, and Neighbourhood (Bob Pierik)
    • Producing mobility in the modernizing metropolis: walking, begging and peddling in Berlin’s Tiergarten, c. 1740-1830 (Antonia Weiss)
    • Locked Doors, Porous Walls: The Ruota in Post-Tridentine Rome (Michal Lynn Shumate)
    • Illuminating Gender in the Early Modern Urban Space of Edo: A study on Edo Meisho Zue (Marie Yasunaga)
    • Creating a social map of Paramaribo (1846) (Thunnis van Oort, Coen van Galen, Rick Mourits)
    • Out and about in London. Gendered experiences of mobility in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century diaries. (Anneleen Arnout)
  • M38 - The City as a Broadcasting System (Nathan van Kleij, Isabel Casteels)
    • Fire disasters as communication tools in the sixteenth-century Netherlands (Janna Coomans)
    • The Communication of Neighbourliness in Later Medieval London (Kirstin Barnard)
    • Celebrating the streets in early modern Bologna: Popular neighbourhood festivals as political broadcasting systems (Eva van Kemenade)
    • Spectator or show? Execution audiences and the uses of the urban environment in the early modern Low Countries (Isabel Casteels)
    • Closed meetings or open resistance? Spatial strategies of (il)legitimate meeting activity in the late medieval Low Countries (1300-1500) (Hannah Serneels)
    • Moving between Open and Closed Spaces: Doors, Walls, and Municipal Legitimacy in the Cities of the Fifteenth-Century Low Countries (Nathan van Kleij)
    • Inns and other Mobility Sites as Spaces of Communication in Early Modern Venice (Rosa Salzberg)
  • M39 - Assessing social mobility (Pere Verdés Pijuan, Denis Menjot, Albert Reixach Sala)
    • Downward mobility. A case study from fifteenth-century Siena (Mathieu Caesar)
    • Blessings and Cursus: Officeholding and Social Mobility in the Monastic Town of Reading, 1350-1600 (Joe Chick)
    • Social mobility of migrants in Urban Spain: Madrid and Cadiz in the 18th century (Hillel Eyal)
    • Public institutions, migratory policy and social mobility: French merchants in the Crown of Aragon (sixteenth and seventeenth centuries) (José Antonio Mateos Royo)
    • Social (im)mobility in the Early Reformation: representations and realities of the city as educational space (Luana Salvarini)
    • Ecclesiastical careers in the Medieval Crown of Aragon: social promotion and fiscal activity of pontifical collectors and subcollectors (Esther Tello Hernández)
    • The elites of Zaragoza during the reign of Juan II of Aragon (1458-1479). Trajectories of social ascent and internal inequalities (Irene Velasco Marta)
    • Tax-farming municipal rents in two Portuguese towns: Porto and Loulé (late 14th- early 16th centuries) (Catarina Rosa)
    • Réflexion sur la mobilité sociale dans la ville de Perpignan, XIIIe-XVe s. Officiers du roi et élites municipales. (Romain Saguer)
  • M40 - How to sell a city? (Gerrit Verhoeven, Ilja Van Damme, Jan Hein Furnée)
    • Urban Tourism and Urban Reform in Paris: Touristy Citizens, Monumental Tourism, and the Experience of Modernity, 1852 – 1872 (Nilak Datta)
    • Spatial Representation in Trade and Port City Culture: The Role of the Carpet Trade in Izmir’s Urban Promotion during the long 19th century (Fatma Tanis)
    • Cities as a destination, train as a means of transport: tourism in the Iberian Peninsula between 1888 and 1939 (Maria Ana Bernardo, Ana Cardoso de Matos)
    • Selling a 'City of History and Progress' - promoting the city of Leicester between the 1930s and the 1960s (Hartshorne Sally Ann)
    • “My Kind of Town”: the role of cameras and reporters in the making of a new Chicago, 1960s –1980s (Wes Aelbrecht)
    • Make Do and Spend: the role of fashion in rebranding London as a tourist destination after the Second World War (Bethan Bide)
    • Welcome to ground zero: the involvement of business networks in rebuilding a tourist infrastructure for post-war Rotterdam (1940-1970) (Hilde Sennema)
    • Visit Bohemian Venice – the city of fairy tales or How to sell a small town? (Barbora Vacková, Lenka waschková Císařová)
  • M41 - Who owns the city? (Tim Verlaan, Monika Motylinska)
    • Urban agents and rental market: The reproduction of São Paulo city in the late nineteenth century (Monique Borin)
    • Planning, property-ownership and power in post-1945 Britain (Alistair Kefford )
    • Landownership of modern mass housing neighborhoods: Visualization of the changing urban form and space usage (Melinda Benkő)
    • Residential space and the internal dynamics of the city (Richard Rodger)
    • ‘Volkseigentum’ in the GDR: People’s property coalitions and conflicts over property rights and practical usage in 1980s East Berlin (Kathrin Meißner)
    • Ownership in colonial cities shaped by “gens d’ailleurs”: Writing urban histories of Central-African cities beyond the colonizer/colonized paradigm (Johan Lagae)
    • Negotiations between owners of properties and rental contracts affected by the expropriations, and public authorities in 19th-century Paris (Rosa Tamborrino)
    • Land distribution and construction activity in interwar Belgrade (Elvira Ibragimova)
  • M42 - Perceptions of disasters (Koichi Watanabe, Lorenza Gianfrancesco, Mina Ishizu)
    • Beijing Floods in 1801 and the Theory of Devine Admonition (Akira Horichi)
    • Adoption and ‘vernaculisation’ of Chinese epistemology in Tokugawa Japan (Koichi Watanabe)
    • Memories and traditions of flooding in the early modern Japanese town (Reiji Iwabuchi)
    • Remembering natural disasters in the early modern town in Japan: case studies of monuments of natural disasters (Hiroyuki Ishigami)
    • Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 1631, Italy, Southern Europe (Lorenza Gianfrancesco)
    • Experiencing the Great European Shipworm Infestation in Urban and Rural Coastal Flanders (1733-1752) (Michael-W. SERRUYS)
    • Early modern Italian responses to disasters, 1650s, Italy, Southern Europe (Renato Sansa)
  • M43 - Fleeting Frontiers (Antonia Weiss, Elin Håkansson )
    • "Botanical gardens as spaces of female agency: Considering the role of the Amsterdam Hortus Medicus and the Leiden Hortus Botanicus in the 17th century (Catherine Powell)"
    • At home outside. Contributions of women in green structure design of Dutch post-war housing districts (Imke van Hellemondt)
    • Portable Natures, or Cultivating the Outskirts: Urban Agriculture and the Italian Experience in New York City, 1880-1940. (Gilberto Mazzoli)
    • Gardening the colonial space: green areas and company towns in Africa (Beatriz Serrazina)
    • Social Mingling and Distinction in Pleasure Gardens in Late Imperial St. Petersburg and Moscow (Svetlana Ryabova)
    • A lake to serve them all? Negotiating society at the shores of Rotsee (Linus Ruegge)
    • Spatial and social order of green public spaces: the Alameda Central in Mexico City’s historic centre (Fernando Gutierrez H.)

Specialist Sessions

  • S1 - New Approaches to Urban Socio-Spatial Disparities (Christoph Bernhardt, Marjaana Niemi)
    • Arrival Quarters in Post-War Urbanisation: Comparing „Transit Zones“ in Welfare Capitalist and Socialist Cities: Oslo, Stockholm and Riga, 1950s-1980 (Hakan Forsell)
    • Socio-spatial disparities and ethnic boundary-making in mixed Albanian-Slavic cities of Socialist Yugoslavia (Troch Pieter)
    • From Equalization to Gentrification. Ambivalences of urban renewal policies in Post-WWII Germany (Malgorzata Popiolek-Roßkamp)
    • The Advocacy Planning and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States: The Architects' Renewal Committee and the Democratization of Urban Planning (Marianna Charitonidou)
  • S2 - Deviant sex in the city (Andrés Brink Pinto)
    • Sexual dissidence and deviance in postwar Los Angeles: between repression and opportunities for new behaviors and intercourses (Ruben Pallol)
    • In the Shadow of the Night: Prostitution and the Police in Socialist Prague (Christiane Brenner)
    • Queer sex in the state-socialist city (Judit Takacs)
    • "Not when you are looking for something" - Spatial, Temporal and Political Cruising through Haifa's City-space (Dotan Brom, Yoav Zaritsky)
  • S3 - The moralisation of urban poor relief (David Briscoe, Will Clement)
    • Coquins and Citoyens: Negotiating community in petitions for aid in Revolutionary Bordeaux, 1791-1795 (David Briscoe)
    • Public health and private space: the first housing inspectors in France, 1850-70 (Will Clement)
    • Pronatalism’s Peripheries: Housing Poor Women in Early Third Republic Paris, 1880 – 1912 (Olivia Cocking)
  • S4 - The Urbanism of "Knowledge" (Katerina Chatzikonstantinou, David Martín López)
    • Public space and national identity during the Franco regime: the myth of Hispanicism and its effect on the city (María Isabel CABRERA GARCÍA)
    • Terezin: The culture in the ghetto. From the Nazi urban ideology to the current musealization of the pain space. (Miguel Ángel Espinosa Villegas)
    • Building (Pathological) Life: Sustaining Pathogenesis via Architecture - The Operations of Turkish Hygiene and Experimental Biology Journal, c.1940s (Gizem Sivri)
    • Educating a fascist New Man and the role of social space plays in indoctrination: example of a fascist mining colony of Raša in Istria. (Črtomir Lorber)
  • S5 - Small Towns in Global Perspective (Peter Clark, Bill Rowe) + Round Table
    • Centralism and local autonomy in Hispanic America. The rural municipalities of Buenos Aires, Argentina in comparative perspective (1856-1876) (Mariana Canedo)
    • Smaller cities in Jordan as agents of change: revealing hidden dynamics of secondary cities through history in the Arab World (Janset Shawash)
    • Small Towns in East Central Europe: the dynamism of networking and its limitations (Katalin Szende )
    • The Courtauld family’s influence on the development of three small Essex towns c.1790-1920 (Ian Mitchell )
    • Small Castilian towns in the Duero river basin: historical background and main influencing factors in their contemporary evolution (1842-2011) (María A. Castrillo Romón , Juan Luis de las Rivas Sanz, Miguel Fernández Maroto)
    • Thinking Creativity beyond Metropolis: The Czech Small Towns in c. 1900-1945 (Jaroslav Ira)
    • Greek small coastal cities in transition (Katerina Chatzikonstantinou, Lydia Sapounaki-Dracaki )
    • Small Town Growth on the North European Periphery (Steinar Aas, Matti Hannikainen)
    • The rise and fall of small Nordic towns (Lars Nilsson)
  • S6 - Housing the refugees (Despina Dimelli, Alexios Tzompanakis)
    • Policies for refugees housing and their effect in the European cities (Alexios Tzompanakis, Despina Dimelli)
    • The geography of Refugees’ integration and segregation (Paschali Stefani, Loizos Loizou, Despina Dimelli)
    • Refugee housing and spatial planning - The case of the Mediterranean countries (Despina Dimelli)
  • S7 - Interchange: Transport Systems (Simon Gunn, Elvira Kaihrullina)
    • From Rome To Paris: Free Public Transport - A Transnational Urban Utopia of the 1970s? (Daniel Gordon)
    • Preston Express: transport interchanges and fast city concepts in Lancashire (Victoria Jolley)
    • Connecting Bicycles and Buses: Mobilizing Car-Less People in the Motor Age (Patrick Bek)
    • Transport nodes or horizontal separation? Tram, road and pedestrian traffic planning in new residential areas of the GDR, CSR and USSR in the 1970s (Elvira Khairullina)
  • S8 - “Power to the People" (Matti O. Hannikainen)
    • From plutocracy to liberal pluralism: Democratic breakthrough in a regional capital in Sweden 1900-1940. (Rolf Hugoson)
    • On the Legitimacy of Female Participation in Politics in the London County Council (1889-1907) (Weifang Lu)
    • How did universal and equal suffrage change the power relations between Kuopio and Jyvaskyla after civil war at 1918-1919? (Pirjo Ovaskainen)
  • S9 - Narcotic Cites (Stefan Höhne, Boris Michel, Gemma Open)
    • Liquor Bars and Moral Panic in early Weimar Berlin (Sina Fabian)
    • Urban Teenage Underworlds: Youth, Drug-Taking and Moral Panics in 1960s’ London (Felix Fuhg)
    • Controlling drugs in the Hoog Catharijne POPS, Utrecht (1973-2001) (Jasper Bongers)
    • Everything started with a narcotic "orgiastic revolution", a counterhistory of heroin in Turin (Enrico Petrilli)

  • S10 - Cadastral computing (Frederic Kaplan)
    • Effective Annotation: How to Leverage Manual Work for the Automatic Vectorization of Cadastral Maps (Remi Petitpierre, Paul Guhennec)
    • Cartographier l’exception. Variations on the Napoleonic cadastral space. (Federica Pardini)
    • Dynamics of ownership in the Venetian cadaster of 1808 (Isabella di Lenardo)
  • S11 - Spatial transformations in Crete (Amalia Kotsaki)
    • Integration of the refugees settlements of 1922 into the cultural heritage in Greece and the role of tourism. (AMALIA KOTSAKI, ALEXANDROS VAZAKAS)
    • The spatial reflection of the treaty of Lausanne in Chania Crete and the contribution of exchangeable property to its urban and social transformation. (AIKATERINI KARADIMA)
    • The architectural and urban transformations by the population exchange of the Lausanne Treaty (1923) – the ""exchangeable property"" of Eastern Crete (DESPOINA PAPADOPOULOU)
  • S12 - Caught between land and sea (Kristof Loockx, Hilde Greefs)
    • White and colonial seamen in British sailortowns (1914-1939) (Justine Cousin, Joe Redmayne)
    • One foot ashore. Accommodation and lodging in Antwerp’s waterfront district in the second half of the nineteenth century (Jasper Segerink)
    • The most wretched of humanity? The inhabitants of Boston’s sailortown, 1850-1930 (Kristof Loockx)
    • Under Their Eyes: ‘Public Health’ and Interracial Families in Cardiff’s Sailortown (Jenna Twyford-Jones )
  • S13 - Towards a Transnational Urban History (Takahito Mori, Rainer Liedtke)
    • The Impact of the Western Ideas on the Birth of Town and Regional Planning in Japan: An Overview of Japanese Research (Satoshi Baba)
    • Fireproofing the Japanese City against Disasters and Total War, 1923-1945 (Julia Mariko Jacoby)
    • The German Influence on the First Subway in Tokyo (Shuichi Takashima)
    • The Western Reception of Japanese Architecture from the 1920s to the 1960s (Beate Loeffler, Katja Schmidtpott)
  • S14 - An outsider's perspective? (Abigail Newman)
    • Dirck Stoop’s way: examining a traveler painter in 17th century Lisbon (Susana Varela, António Candeias, Sara Valadas)
    • Accuracy and Deliberate Modification in António de Holanda's Foreign Gaze (Pedro Flor)
    • Anton van den Wyngaerde’s Panorama of Walcheren: A Journey into Local Identity (Ryan Gregg)
  • S15 - On the Road (Niels Petersen)
    • Staple markets, fairs and tolls as nodes in the premodern transport network (Bart Holterman)
    • Life on the road – Medieval travelling needs as reflected in traffic infrastructure (Maria Carina Dengg)
    • Medieval and Early Modern roads in Finland –Aspects of seasonality and seasons in the logistics of travelling and transport in the North. (Tapio Salminen)
  • S16 - Port Cities of the Adriatic (Katalin Prajda)
    • The Jewish and Tuscan commercial and merchant networks between Trieste and the main Istrian towns. (Miriam Davide )
    • City and newcomers: case study on Šibenik in 15th century (Ante Birin)
    • Between Eagle and Lion: Ethnicity, Religion and Culture in Rijeka against the Backdrop of Habsburg-Venetian Rivalry (1400-1600) (Robert Kurelić)
    • TOWNS, BORDERS, FOREIGNERS & BANDITS BETWEEN VENICE REPUBLIC AND HABSBURG'S LANDS (Darko Darovec )
  • S17 - Decolonising Urban History (Markian Prokopovych, Shane Ewen)
    • Provincializing urban history: Why most urban history is still nineteenth-century history (Bert de Munck)
    • Rethinking Europe in Teaching Urban History (Katalin Straner)
    • Untypical Empires and Marginal Cities: Exploring Ways of Reformulating Urban History (Markian Prokopovych)
  • S18 - Don't Even Think Of Parking Here! (Angelka Psenner)
    • Changing activities through changing mobility - field study of an inner city street in Budapest, Hungary (Viktoria Eva Lelek)
    • Public Space for People – Approaches to the Restitution of Parking Space (Susanne Tobisch)
    • Cars, sidewalks and a recent history of feeling safe on urban streets (Mathias Mitteregger)
    • Urban Morphologies - streets of the 19th century in their genesis (Daniel Loeschenbrand)
  • S19 - Disruptive urban events and changes in future thinking (Jeroen Puttevils)
    • Leaping into the Future: The French Revolution and Uncanny Temporality in Paris (William Max Nelson)
    • Did the plague of 1399-1400 disrupt mercantile future thinking in Venice? (Nicolò Zennaro, Francesco Guidi Bruscoli)
    • The Chronicle as a Compass for an Uncertain Future : Searching for Patterns in Early Modern Dutch Chronicles (Theo Dekker)
    • Love's future in times of rupture: the marriage story of Daniel van der Meulen and Hester Della Faille (Sanne Hermans)
  • S20 - Social categorization (Sophie Rose, Elisabeth Heijmans)
    • Desertion between colonial ports cities on the Indian continent in the 18th century (Alexander Geelen, Rafaël Thiebaut)
    • State, Imperial Polities and Censuses in the French Caribbean (1763-1804) (Fanny Malègue)
    • Racial categories and self-fashioning in Spanish American colonial cities (Jorge Díaz)
    • The Troubles of Global Civitas: Immigration, Segregation, and Convivencia in Colonial Manila, 1580-1700 (Ryan Crewe)
  • S21 - Urban mobility (Dieter Schott, Martin Knoll)
    • The station that went to town. The main railway station in Antwerp (1895-1905) and the creation of a new environment (Stefaan Grieten)
    • "The population needs to remain in fresh air:” urban rail transport as part of daily life of the inhabitants of industrial agglomerations (1890-1914) (Michaela Závodná)
    • Public Transport and Belle Époque Tourism. Interdependencies of Urban Development and Early Tourism in Innsbruck (Tyrol) and New Orleans (Louisiana) (Hester Margreiter )
  • S22 - Tolerant Migrant Cities? (Samantha Sint Nicolaas)
    • A criminal class? Amsterdam defendants 1850-1905 (Jeannette Kamp)
    • Conflicts between migrants and locals in Leiden and Rotterdam, 1600-1800. (Karlijn Luk)
    • Migrants and the courts in Amsterdam and Delft, 1600-1800 (Samantha Sint Nicolaas)
  • S23 - Terroir and Cities (Miki Sugiura)
    • Rivalry with the Wine of the City: Territorial Reconceptualization of Bordeaux Wine in the 19th Century (Keisuke Nomura)
    • Frontier character and viticulture at riverfront cities in Early Modern France: Saumur and Metz (Masanori Sakano)
    • Parallel Formation of Terroir Products and Regions: Champagne in the 18th–19th Centuries (Kazue Akamatsu)
    • French Wine Terroirs and Early Modern Dutch Markets (Miki Sugiura)
  • S24 - Migrants in Suburbia (David Templin, Jens Gründler)
    • Lack of Services? Migrants and Infrastructure in West European Suburbs in the Second Half of the 20th Century (David Templin)
    • In the Shadow of the Industrial Metropolis: Turin’s and Munich’s Suburban Italian Neighbourhoods in the 1960s to 1980s (Olga Sparschuh)
    • Housing in Small Town High-rise Estates: Migrants in Rural and Suburban Westphalia in the Late 20th Century (Jens Gründler)
  • S25 - Networking urban demands (Mikkel Thelle, Stefan Höhne)
    • The Invention of the ‘Modern’ Consumer: Appropriating Infrastructure in the Urban Everyday (Jan Hansen)
    • Welfare landscapes as infrastructure: Køge Bay Seaside Park and the consumption of leisure in post-war Copenhagen (Mikkel Høghøj)
    • Reverberations of the Past, Politics of Gentrification: The Making of a Republican Enclave in Istanbul (Kaan Kubilay Asar)
  • S26 - Merchants’ and Makers’ Marks (Jim van der Meulen, Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz)
    • “...and Used it Next to his Coat of Arms": Marks and Burgess Identity in Sixteenth-Century Germany (Marcus Meer)
    • Merchants’ Marks and A Database: Reconstructing Premodern Urban Connections (Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz , Anna Paulina Orłowska )
    • Coopers’ Marks, Merchants’ Marks and Gaugers’ Marks, the Archaeological Perspective: Marks on Barrels and Casks from the Low Countries (Jeroen Oosterbaan)
    • The Artisan is Present: Drapers' Marks as Signifiers of Social Identity in Sixteenth-Century Flanders (Jim van der Meulen)
  • S27 - Armed Cities (José Vela Castillo, Pedro García Martínez)
    • Military housing programs in USA and in Greece (1950-1970). (Vassiliki Petridou)
    • Cold War Architectures: US Army Planning and Construction in West Germany in the 1950s (Elijah Borrero)
    • The presence of the American Armed Force in Veneto Region (Italy) and its influence in territorial-making process (Federico Camerin)
    • Building an island within the Island. The Lages Field military base in Terceira (Azores – Portugal) (Antonieta Leite)
  • S28 - Precolonial Urbanisms (Benjamin Vis, Victor Brunfaut, Robin Coningham)
    • Precolonial Urbanism and the Role of Indigenous Practice in Urban Development (Benjamin Vis, Victor Brunfaut, Robin Coningham)
    • Permanence and Transformation in Cusco (Peru): The adaptability of Inca settlements (Adriana Scaletti-Cárdenas)
    • Greening the Cities Enhancing Urban Resilience, Learning from Marrakech history: Menara and Agdal Gardens UNESCO World Human Cultural Heritage sites (Carlo Alberini)
    • Integration of Morphological Approaches of Namibia's Indigenous Settlements Planning into Contemporary Urban Planning (Kristofina Asino)
  • S29 - The Retreat of the Making City (Bert De Munck)
    • Artisans’ chase for urban space. Clusters of construction entrepreneurs in Brussels, c. 1830–1930. (Matthijs Degraeve)
    • 'London Leads the World': reconstructing London's fashionable reputation in response to processes of deindustrialisation, 1945-1966 (Bethan Bide)
    • The Factory Wall. In search of an architectural vocabulary (Ioana Gherghel)
  • S30 - Urban Transnationalism and Subnational Urban Activism: City diplomacy in the global perspective (Laura Kolbe)
    • Perception of city planning and environment on both sides of the Iron Curtain in Finnish-Soviet twinning city conferences 1969 – 1989 (Laura Kolbe)
    • The Spatial Narratives of the Cold War Diplomacy: The Case of Belgrade (Aleksandra Stupar, Mladen Pešić)
    • Diplomacy takes shape: articulations between architecture, city and politics in the American Interwar (Leonardo Novo)
  • S31 - Lost Neighbours (Martin Pekar, Andrea Pokludova)
    • The Social Status of the Interwar Municipal Elite of Jewish origin During the Holocaust (on the Example of the Town of Prešov) (Zuzana Tokarova)
    • Cracow Jewish community as subject and object of town policy during Habsburg period (1866-1914) (Hanna Kozinska-Witt)
    • Crossing the Borders of Jewish Ghettos in the Bohemian Lands (Daniel Baranek)
    • Jewish Religious Community in Moravská Ostrava/Ostrava (Hana Šústková)
  • S32 - Urban transitions (spokesperson to be confirmed)
    • ​Timothy Moss - The Techno-politics of Urban Transitions: Berlin 1920-2020 (Timothy Moss)
    • Anna Agafonova - Urban electrification through energy crisis: a case of Cherepovets, 1910 - 1940s (Anna Agafonova)
    • Urban transitions in Dutch modern heritage neighborhoods (Joost Tennekes, Like Bijlsma)


Inequality Sessions

  • I1 - Inequalities at the margins.
    • Like a “ragged girdle”: informal settlements, inequality and urban reform in 20th century Vienna (Friedrich Hauer, Andre Krammer)
    • Unfulfilled promises of Yugoslav socialism: Informal housing as a counternarrative of post-war housing strategies and their modernisation agenda (Sanja Matijević Barčot, Ana Grgić)
    • Urban marginality – challenging stereotype portrayals of urban centre and periphery through the case of 18th-20th century Gothenburg, Sweden (Martina Hjertman)
  • I2 - Health inequalities (Disease)
    • Caste and Public Health: Perspectives from Inter-War Bombay (1918-1939) (Mrunmayee Satam)
    • Mapping the Miasma' - Ireland's experience a nineteenth century pandemic. Analysing and mapping the 1832 cholera epidemic in provincial Ireland (Fióna Gallagher)
    • Sanatoria as a factor of urban health inequality (Katerina Chatzikonstantinou)
    • Health inequalities, tuberculosis in the working class city, Barcelona 1929-1936 (Celia Miralles Buil)
  • I3 - Inequalities in the built environment
    • Housing inequalities in Portuguese cities between the 16th and 18th centuries. (Liliana Castilho)
    • The marketplaces and its social inequalities: some Portuguese cases in early modern age. (Daniela Nunes Pereira)
    • Housing inequality in Late Imperial Moscow (Elena Yakubenko)
  • I4 - Planning Collective Housing / Social Housing
    • Agnetapark - Rise and fall of a welfare state (Jan van der Mast)
    • From kitchen to collectivity: The contribution of shared spaces within Viennese habiTAT projects to just communities and inclusive cities (Elisabeth Weiler, Angelika Psenner)
    • Social housing patrimonialization, the case of the Gratte-Ciel district in Villeurbanne (Aliénor Wagner-Coubès)
    • Ideological and Cultural Practices in The Soviet Housing Space: The Case of Allocation and Obtaining of Apartments in Yerevan (Harutyun Vermishyan, Srbuhi Michikyan)
    • Social housing 20th century: bottom-up accaparation space (W-Germany) (Hoschek Swenja)
    • From roots to rise: social inequality, revitalisation and housing in the Cureghem district of Brussels (Susan Galavan)
  • I5 - Urban Renewal & inequalities
    • Path Dependent Neighbourhoods: Tracing the Shifting Causal Effects of Vienna’s ‘Soft Urban Renewal’ (Byeongsun Ahn)
    • Matosinhos Sul - Urban Requalification vs Vacant Places in Matosinhos (Portugal). Urban inequalities in the southern part of the city (Francisco Costa, Hugo Barreira, Maria Botelho)
    • URBAN RENEWAL IN FINLAND: CASE OF THE WORKERS DISTRICT KALLIO (Mika Mäkelä)
    • Responding to inequality caused by Modernization of Tokyo and Flood Damage: A Case Study of the Family of Takao under the Meiji Regime of Japan (Shoji Mimura)
  • I6 - Planning Ethnic / Religious Inequalities
    • The New Settlements: Housing Benefits intensify Spatial Inequality (Liran Huri, Yael Allweil)
    • Transforming urban boundaries through religious inequalities: Kavala as seen through the eyes of the Traveler’s and the Archivals' Accounts (Velika Ivkovska)
    • Floating Populations, Rooted Networks. Tracing The Evolution of Russeifa City from Marka Refugee Camp’s Perspective (Dina Dahood Dabash )
    • un:settling stigma. Continuous Inequalities and Spatial Exclusion of Roma and Sinti in Planning Post-War German Cities (Wiebke Maria Reinert)
  • I7 - Inequality & Political Struggle
    • Defending Political Dominance in Multi-Ethnic East Central European Cities Through Local Government - the Case of Lviv (Heidi Hein-Kircher)
    • Inequality, Ethnic Conflict and Clashes between Power Factions as Drivers of Social Protest: Urban Riots in Early 19th Century Spain (Jose Maria Cardesin Diaz)
    • Inequality and challenge – the case of Reformation Mühlhausen (Thomas Lau)
    • Political, economic and spatial implications of inequality in Ottoman and Autonomous Crete, 1870-1913 (Yannis Kokkinakis)
  • I8 - Inequalities on the urban labour market
    • In Spite of Discrimination and Inequality: The City as a Propelling Force of the Lombard Moneylenders Achievements in the Low Countries (13th-17thC.) (Myriam Greilsammer)
    • Together against Inequality : The Joint Struggle of Jews and Catholics in Bayonne against the Discriminative chocolate-Makers Guild during the 18th C. (Nimrod Gaatone)
    • The intra- and inter-urban dynamics of the scientific instrument trade in Britain, 1760-1860 (Alex Butterworth, Duncan Hay)
    • READING SPACE THROUGH RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION : THE PERŞEMBE PAZARI AND ITS SPATIAL CONFIGURATION SINCE THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Müge Neda Altınoklu)
  • I9 - Inequalities and Social Difference
    • Caste, Sports, Inequalities and Bombay City: Understanding Dalit Responses (1920-1960) (Babasaheb Kambale)
    • A party for everyone? Inequalities in the access of leisure in Barcelona. The Paral·lel and the 5th District between 1914 and 1919. (Marc Geli Taberner)
    • Queer histories from Malmö – writing history with and about social movements (Pål Brunnström, Matilda Svensson Chowdhury)
    • Historic Inequality Accessing Urban Green Spaces: The Case of Madrid (Marta Quintana de Juan)
  • I10 - Urban Planning, and social struggle
    • Moral economies of tenants and landlords: social conflict on rent controls in interwar Greece (Nikos Potamianos)
    • POVERTY AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES ON CROATIAN PERIPHERY: EXAMPLE OF THE CITY OF BELI MANASTIR (Mateo Žanić, Geran Marko Miletić, Ivana Bendra)
    • Constructing "a spectacular, green and social valley"? Ecological urbanism, civil protest, and landscape architecture in the Brussels Maelbeek Valley (Koenraad Danneels)
    • Property rights and colonial cities (Johan Lagae)
  • I11 - How property and real estate creates inequalities
    • Agency of real estate owners (Alistair Kefford)
    • Expropriations Haussman era Paris (Rosa Tamborrino)
    • Land distribution, municipal lands and development interwar Belgrado (Ibragimova)
  • I12 - The memory of urban inequality.
    • Heritage and Inequality in the Post-Conflict City: State and Non-state Actors in the Rebuilding of Mosul (Ethel Sara Wolper)
    • Who makes history? Inequalities and remembrance in a multi-dimensional Leiden neighbourhood, Transvaal 1860-2020 (Ariadne Schmidt, Alicia Schrikker)
    • Between Panopticon and Pornotopia: Understanding Municipal Plans for Eros Centers in Urban Maritime Environments (Vincent Baptist)
  • I13 - Inequalities: Life Cycle perspectives
    • Servants’ experience of cities on the Grand Tour – opportunity and competition (Sophie Dunn)
    • Exclusion and Resistance: Women Migrants in Brasília (Emily Story)
    • Old Age, Social Mobility and Poverty in South Germany, 17th to 18th centuries (Ludwig Pelzl)
    • Gender (in)equality in early modern Netherlandish lottery-rhymes (Marly Terwisscha van Scheltinga)
    • Adapting (in)equality standards for China: soviet-style residential spaces in Luoyang, 1955-1960 (Karina Khasnulina)
  • I14 - Unequal access to resources
    • Dealing with water scarcity in large urban households. Orphanages for the poor and for the more prosperous in early modern Amsterdam. (Milja Van Tielhof)
    • Follow the Wood: Tracing Early Modern Urban Inequality through the Making of Resources (Mirjam Hähnle)
    • Inbuilt Inequality? Social Life and Image Construction in Newly Built Housing Estates in 1970s Germany (Swenja Hoschek)
  • I15 - It’s all about location? Spatial inequalities and the city
    • ​Housing inequality in late imperial Moscow (Elena Yakubenko)
    • ​Political, economic and spatial implications of inequality in Ottoman and Autonomous Crete, 1870-1913 (Yannis Kokkinakis)
    • ​Health inequalities: Tuberculosis in the working-class city (Barcelona 1929-1936). (Celia Miralles Buil)
    • ​Urban marginality – challenging stereotype portrayals of urban centre and periphery through the case of 18-20th century Gothenburg, Sweden. (Martina Hjertman)
    • ​New Town to New World: Planning Enlightenment Edinburgh’s Unequal Progress  (Phil Dodds)
    • Burghers and Taxes. Wealth Inequalities in Cities of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 17th Century (Katarzyna Wagner)
  • I16 - Transnation inequalities
    • Mapping Galata and Pera: the contribution of Italian and Italo-Levantine architects in cosmopolitan Istanbul between the 19th and 20th centuries. (Luca Orlandi)
    • African migrants in Istanbul (Yasar Abdulaziz)
    • Urban Power in the Dutch Empire: Amsterdam's Role In Forging the North/South Divide (Joshua Leon)
    • Urban Architecture in Santiago de Compostela: Aldo Rossi’s Influence in Galicia (Santiago Rodríguez-Caramés)
    • Beijing Department Store: A Show Window of the New China (Zhengfeng Wang)
  • I17 - New methodologies about inequalities from urban studies
    • Shox and the City – Quantifying spatial impact of Disruptions and Megatrends (Constantin Alexander)
    • Against ageism in the contemporary city through a good urban design. (Rosaria Revellini)
    • Inequalities in urban space and the creation of death-scapes through famine in the occupied Athens (1941-1942) (GEORGIOS KRITIKOS)
  • I18 Migration and inequalities
    • Attempt of resolving the refugee settlements' inequality in the new State-built “Phoenix” settlement of Thessaloniki, Greece. (Sotiria ALEXIADOU)
    • Immigrants and floating population from the Cantabrian coast in Valencia (1478-1516) (Inazio Conde)
    • African migrants in Istanbul: How do urban inequalities and limited access to economic resources affect living conditions in the city? (Abdülaziz Ahmet  Yaşar)