Overview of all sessions and papers

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 - Urbanisation and Urban Networks (María Asenjo-González, Elisabeth Crouzet-Pavan, Andrea Zorzi)

  • 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)
  • Rhythms of Urbanization during the Middle Ages: a Comparative Approach of Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia (Peter Stabel)
  • The role of religious orders in the organization of Seville at the end of the Middle Ages. (José María Miura Andrades)

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)
  • Lay Authorities and Liminal Zones of Religious Enclosure in 15th c. Dubrovnik (Ana Marinković)
  • 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 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)
  • Athens- Johannesburg: Modern Town Planning and Greek Cultural Heritage in Technika Chronika and the South African Architectural Record (Emilia Athanassiou,Tina Karali and Panagiotis Tournikiotis)
  • 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)

M6 - Spaces of Urban Citizenship (Geert Castryck, Johan Lagae)

  • Growing Citizenship. The Socio-ecological City of Louis G. Le Roy (1970-2012) (Michelle Mlati, Bruno Notteboom, Isabelle Doucet)
  • 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)
  • 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)

M7 - Villes Capitales (Pierre Chabard, Caroline Varlet)

  • Spreebogen Competition 1992. Making Berlin a greater Capital (Corinne JACQUAND)
  • 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)

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)

  • New York’s Seventh Avenue South: from Highway to Urban Life (Patrick Leitner)
  • A River, a City, two Tunnels and Tolls: debating River Crossings in Antwerp 1920-1960 (Thomas Vanoutrive, Greet De Block)
  • The Publics of Metropolitan Flows: London and Paris circa 1840-1900 (Carlos López Galviz)
  • Urban Ports as Infrastructures of Global Mobility: Nineteenth Century London and Antwerp (Samuel Grinsell)
  • Canning the City: a Sardine Tale over the Borders (Diego Inglez de Souza)
  • 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 Rosada)
  • 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)

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Transaction and Speculation of “Realgewerberecht” as a Catalyst for Relocation of Urban Industry in Munich, late 18th and early 19th century (Taichi Kochiya)

M14 - Cargoes, Bodies, Stories (Gabriel Gee, Eliana Sousa Santos)

  • Flux Control in the Port City: Introduction (Gabriel Gee, Eliana 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)
  • The Port of Rijeka and its Global Entanglements (Brigitte Lenormand, Sarah Lemmen)
  • Welcoming Strangers/securing the Continent (Caroline Wiedmer)

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 )

M17 - Ottoman Cultural Mobilities (Belgin Turan Özkaya, Semra Horuz)

  • ‘Artful Diplomacy’ as Modus Itineris: Reflections on the Journeys of the Hyphenated Manases across Europe (Gizem Pilavcı)
  • The Ottoman Empire at the 1900 Paris Exposition: Orientalism, Representation, and Identity (Gizem Tongo, Vazken Khatchig Davidian)
  • 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)

M20 - Towards a Common Culture on Urban Archives (Vincent Lemire, Frédéric Moret, Paul Lecat)

  • Archival Tools for Urban Archives and Urban History (Carole Lamoureux)
  • 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)
  • When Inequality is Structure and Identity: Bologna and the Classification of Citizens in Italian Communes (Filippo Ribani)
  • The Paris Metropolis in 1954, Social and Spatial Inequalities (Valérie Gouet, Paul Lecat)
  • Visualizing Quito in the Inca era:  Employing Digital Mapping and Modeling to Retrace Inca Quito (1500-1570) (Carlos Espinosa Fernández de Córdova)

M21 - Welfare Cities in Motion (Magnus Linnarsson, Mats Hallenberg)

  • 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 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)

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)
  • 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)

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)
  • 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)

  • 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)
  • Liturgy on the Move: Armenian Christian Urban Itineraries (Christopher Sheklian)
  • Religion and Co-spatiality in a Former European 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)
  • 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)

M28 - Motion in City Museums (Joan Roca Albert)​

  • Berlin - always on the move. Dealing with change in Berlin's history and its presentation (Peter Lummel)
  • A Museum on the Move (Jakob Ingemann Parby)
  • Agile Museography : how a City Museum can follow the Urban Mouvement ? (Xavier De la Selle)
  • Bordeaux an Attractive City (Laurent Védrine)
  • Community Stories, Changing Places, Cultural Connections: Pembroke Place, Liverpool (Liz Stewart)
  • 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)
  • The City as the Largest Open-Air Museum? Re-enactment, Juxtaposition and Narration of Heritage Buses in Urban Space (Kevin Ka-In Tsang)

M30 - Heritage at Risk and Heritage in Conflict (Ufuk Serin, Başak Kalfa-Atakli)

  • 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)

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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, Thomas van den Brink, Erik Schmitz)
  • 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)
  • 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)​​​​​​​​

M34 - Internal Immigrants and the Making of the Modern House (Panayotis Tournikiotis, Konstantina Kalfa)

  • Co-operative Housing in State Socialist Lithuania as a Field of Architectural and Social Experimentation (Marija Drėmaitė) 
  • From State-led to Aided Self-help: Marshall Plan and Workers’ Housing Cooperatives in Turkey (Sıla Karataş)
  • 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)

M37 - Gender, Space and Everyday Mobility (Danielle van den Heuvel)

  • 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)

  • 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 Salvarani)
  • 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)

M40 - How to Sell a City? (Gerrit Verhoeven, Ilja Van Damme, Jan Hein Furnée)

  • 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)
  • Visit Bohemian Venice – the City of Fairy Tales or How to Sell a Small Town? (Barbora Vacková, Lenka waschková Císařová)
  • Selling the city: promoting Belgian cities at the world’s fairs in Belgium and abroad between 1885 and 1958 (Silke Geven)

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)
  • 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)

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, Bruno Notteboom)
  • 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)

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 - 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)
  • J.B. Priestley and the Interwar Battle to Save British Commercial Heritage (Sarah Mass)
  • 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)

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)
  • 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

  • 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)

S6 - Institutional Inequality? (Archa Neelakandan Girija, Isabel dos Guimarães Sá, Maarten Van Dijck)

  • 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)
  • Changing Urban Spaces; A Study about the Craftsmen Community of Coromandel Coast (Akhil A R)

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)
  • 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 - The Times are Changing (Dorothee Brantz, Avi Sharma)

  • 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)
  • 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)

S9 - Jewish Migrations (Katalin Straner)

  • Reading Jerusalem Street – a Cross Section through the History of Haifa (Lena Lorenz)
  • German-Jewish Welfare Activities towards Jewish Migrants from Eastern Europe – Shaping Urban Space between 1890 and 1917 (Anna Michaelis)
  • The Geography of Jewish Interwar Montreal: A Cartographic and Demographic Survey (Yosef Robinson)

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 - Complex Urban Legacies at Work (Pieter Troch, Guido Hausmann)

  • 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)
  • Sarajevo’s Vraca: Gates to Palimpsests of Contested Histories and Ambiguous Present (Sabina Tanović)

S12 - Caught between Land and Sea (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, Kristof Loockx)
  • Foreign Female Sex Workers in an Atlantic Port City: Elite Prostitution in Late Nineteenth-Century Antwerp (Hilde Greefs, Anne Winter)

S13 - Towards a Transnational Urban History (Takahito Mori, Rainer Liedtke)

  • 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)

  • 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 - Migration as a Gendered Process (Marianna Charitonidou)

  • Wig Stores as Transnational Spaces of Self-Representation: a Case Study in Philadelphia (Min Kyung Lee)
  • The Right to Domesticity: Shared Residency of Care Workers and Old People (Shelly Cohen, Yael Allweil)

​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)
  • 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 - Structural Change as Experience (Sebastian Haumann, Valentina Fava)

  • 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)
  • The Breaking Point. Transition of the 1990s and the end of the Industrial Era in Praga District in Warsaw (Katarzyna Sadowy)

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, Elisabeth Heijmans, Tim Hitchcock)

  • 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)

  • 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)

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)

S27 - Armed Cities (José Vela Castillo, Pedro García Martínez)

  • Cities and Cities. Reflections on the Impact of the US Military Bases in Spain and their Urban Environments (José Vela Castillo, Pedro García Martínez)
  • Troposcatter Communication System in Northeast Italy. The disused NATO bases in Cavriana and Dosso dei Galli (Olivia Longo, Davide Sigurtà)

S28 - State-socialist Housing and Urban Renewal (Petr Roubal, Csaba Jelinek)

  • The Ideological and Cultural Practices of Soviet Yerevan Housing Landscapes Formation. Narrative Semiotic Analysis of Residents' Experience (Harutyun Vermishyan)
  • 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)

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 (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)

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)
  • Crossing the Borders of Jewish Ghettos in the Bohemian Lands (Daniel Baranek)

S32 - Urban Transitions (Rosemary Wakeman)

  • ​The Techno-politics of Urban Transitions: Berlin 1920-2020 (Timothy Moss)
  • Urban Electrification through Energy Crisis: a Case of Cherepovets, 1910 - 1940s (Anna Agafonova)
  • Urban Transitions in Dutch Modern Heritage Neighborhoods (Joost Tennekes, Like Bijlsma)

S33 - Summerhouses and Garden Plots (Epp Lankots, Marija Dremaite)

  • Building the Dream: Houses for Gardeners in Soviet Lithuania. (Matas Šiupšinskas)
  • Constructing Communities. Garden Cooperatives in Soviet Estonia. (Triin Ojari)
  • Collectivity and Technology: Socialist Summerhouse Typology on the Lake Balaton in Hungary (Domonkos Wettstein)

S34 - Fires and Urban Communities (Shane Ewen, Marie-Aline Thebaud-Sorger)

  • 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)

Inequality Sessions

I1 - Inequalities at the Margins (Kim Overlaet)

  • 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)
  • The Fight of the Fringes: Exploring Newspapers in the Long 19th Century as Arena for Spatial and Social Othering and Counternarratives in the Port Town Gothenburg, Sweden (Martina Hjertman)

I2 - Health Inequalities - Disease (Jord Hanus)

  • 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 (Joan Roca i Albert)

  • 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)

I4 - Planning Collective Housing / Social Housing (Oscar Gelderblom)

  • 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)
  • 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)

I5 - Urban Renewal & Inequalities (Ilja Van Damme)

  • 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)
  • 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 (Rosemary Wakeman)

  • The New Settlements: Housing Benefits intensify Spatial Inequality (Liran Huri, Yael Allweil)
  • 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 (Ruben Peeters, Matti O. Hannikainen)

  • Defending Political Dominance in Multi-Ethnic East Central European Cities Through Local Government - the Case of Lviv (Heidi Hein-Kircher)
  • Political, Economic and Spatial Implications of Inequality in Ottoman and Autonomous Crete, 1870-1913 (Yannis Kokkinakis)
  • From Plutocracy to Liberal Pluralism: Democratic Breakthrough in a Regional Capital in Sweden 1900-1940. (Rolf Hugoson)

I8 - Inequalities on the Urban Labour Market (Bruno Blondé)

  • 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 Century (Nimrod Gaatone)
  • The Intra- and Inter-urban Dynamics of the Scientific Instrument Trade in Britain, 1760-1860 (Alex Butterworth, Duncan Hay)

I9 - Inequalities, Sexual and Social Difference (Manon van der Heijden, Andrés Brink Pinto)

  • 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)
  • "Not when you are looking for something" - Spatial, Temporal and Political Cruising through Haifa's City-space (Dotan Brom, Yoav Zaritsky)

I10 - Urban Planning and Social Struggle (Nicolas Kenny)

  • 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)

I12 - The Memory of Urban Inequality (Sebastian Haumann)

  • 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 (Guido Marnef)

  • 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)
  • Against Ageism in the Contemporary City through a Good Urban Design. (Rosaria Revellini)

I14 - Unequal Access to Resources (Tim Soens)

  • Dealing with Water Scarcity in Large Urban Households. Orphanages for the Poor and for the more Prosperous in Early Modern Amsterdam. (Milja Van Tielhof, substitute presenter: Bob Pierik)
  • Historic Inequality Accessing Urban Green Spaces: The Case of Madrid (Marta Quintana de Juan)

I15 - It’s All about Location? Spatial Inequalities and the City (Rogier van Kooten)

  • ​New Town to New World: Planning Enlightenment Edinburgh’s Unequal Progress  (Phil Dodds)
  • Shox and the City – Quantifying Spatial Impact of Disruptions and Megatrends (Constantin Alexander)

I16 - Transnation Inequalities (Mats Berglund)

  • Urban Power in the Dutch Empire: Amsterdam's Role In Forging the North/South Divide (Joshua Leon)
  • Santiago de Compostela, "the Architecture of the City": Aldo Rossi’s Influence in Galicia (Santiago Rodríguez-Caramés)

I18 - Migration and Inequalities (Torsten Feys)

  • 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)
  • City and newcomers: case study on Šibenik in 15th century (Ante Birin)

I19 - Political Competition and Urban Space (Bruno Blondé)

  • Inequality and Challenge – the Case of Reformation Mühlhausen (Thomas Lau)
  • The Grass is Greener on the Other Side. Urban Extra-Territorialities as Drivers of Opportunity and (In)Equality in the Late Medieval Low Countries (Bente Marschall)
  • Permanence and Transformation in Cusco (Peru): The Adaptability of Inca Settlements (Adriana Scaletti-Cárdenas)

Round Tables

RT1 - Small Towns in Global Perspective (Peter Clark, Bill Rowe)

RT2 - AIPRIL Roundtable: Urbanisation and Inequality:  Historical and Global Perspectives (Tim Soens)

RT3 - Pleasurescapes (Lisa Kosok, Heiko Droste)

RT4 -“Outward Signs of Wealth”. Social Inequality and City Life (Peter Stabel, Jon Stobart)

RT5 - A new Urban History (Maarten Prak)

RT6 - Industrial Cities and Discourses of Modernity in Central and Eastern Europe 1890s-1990s (Aleksander Lupienko)