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Dr. Raechel Lutz Nov 7
NYMSEH is meeting next week! Join Us Wednesday Nov. 13 @ 7pm to Discuss Lily Pollans's "Deconstructing Garbage" See link for more details! studies
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Aparna Kapadia Aug 8
Every once in a while, an archival document imprints itself on one’s memory and conscience. Historian Preeti Chopra writes about two conflicting attitudes to time and infrastructure in colonial Bombay.⁦⁩ ⁦
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Chambi Chachage Jul 16
A Capitalizing City:Dar Es Salaam and the Emergence of an Entrepreneurial Elite(C.1862-2015)-Chambi Chachage,PhD Dissertation
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Magnus Linnarsson Oct 17
New project: Alternative Paths to the Welfare City: Public Services, Inclusion and the Common Good in Nordic Capital Cities, 1870-1920
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Atlanta Studies Jan 24
From the Merchandise Mart to the Regency Hyatt House and then the larger Peachtree Center complex, John Portman transformed downtown Atlanta during the 1960s and 1970s creating a "city within the city." But to whose benefit?
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Urban History Oct 31
New on : Frances Knight (), The Victorian city and the Christian imagination: from gothic city to garden city
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Aparna Kapadia Oct 25
The city has the world’s second-largest collection of the buildings, second only to Miami. via
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BarbaraSamuels Jan 16
Why we need to know our per : If you know how your n'hood came to be segregated ----that it was created, not natural --- encourages you to think about ways it could be reshaped or evolve again in a more just direction.
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Stephen Whiteman 魏瑞明 Oct 26
A terrific conference in Singapore 7-8 Nov., " Histories, Cities: Toward Inter-Imperial and Trans-Colonial Histories of in , 1800-1960." Serious !
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Soren Bitsch C Oct 22
Aarhus City Archives reaching a 95 % correct rate on machine-reading 1900-1940 handwritten docs by
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Faith in the Town Apr 2
NEW Record of the Week! Want to know what the 'Halifax Convivial Society' was, and why it matters? reveals all
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Urban History Oct 22
call for papers deadline *extended* by popular demand. Send in your abstracts by 28th October
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Royal Historical Society Mar 8
For the commute home... Read the latest post on our (new-look!) blog: Marcus Colla, PhD student at , and winner of the 2018 RHS Alexander Prize, looks at the contested past of Berlin's urban landscape. .
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Aparna Kapadia Nov 1
Just arrived! Delighted and looking forward to teaching from it this spring!
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Dr. Elizabeth Petcu Mar 7
On point: props to , Nick Mols, and other students for co-creating this scan of Edinburgh Old Town this week, and thanks to for hosting our chat on the poetics and pitfalls of the point cloud as a tool of .
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Tracey Logan Dec 6
‘The past ... remains an important resource for transport alternatives in the future.’ New authoritative analysis by Prof recalls a century of transport innovation and its social consequences.
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Faith in the Town Jul 23
Calling with interests in in the eighteenth century! Our first (and very exciting) Faith in the Town workshop is on 17 January 2020. For more information visit our project website:
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Brian McCammack Jul 26
Excited my book is now just $24.95 — way more affordable to assign students of this upcoming academic year. Also suitable as a doorstop, coaster, and paperweight.
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Shane Ewen Jun 6
CFP: We're looking for paper proposals for our main session at in Antwerp on 'Fires and Urban Communities during the Early Modern and Modern Periods'. Please get in touch if you have a question. More info here:
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Stuart Green Nov 15
I might also add that John Poulson was a pioneer of modern methods of construction . Well worth reading up for those who are interested. And we should all be interested in learning from the past.
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