Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Port Towns & Urban Cultures ⚓️ Jun 26
Reply Retweet Like
ZUG - Zentrum für Umweltgeschichte 6h
*** Upcoming event *** Post doc from Danish Center for Urban History () presents early thoughts on water and urban welfare citizenship at a webinar: Time: October 5, 2020 2:00pm - 3.30 pm
Reply Retweet Like
Julie Hardwick Aug 28
One of my favorite places - so looking forward to reading this.
Reply Retweet Like
Prof Laura Vaughan Aug 28
Today's seminar builds on a paper Sam and I wrote for the special issue of titled 'Thinking spatially: new horizons for urban history,' co-edited by Richard Rodger and Susanne Rau ()
Reply Retweet Like
Visualising China Jun 7
A porter carrying a heavy load up a street, Hong Kong, c.1912-1917 Mitchell, Eleanor Collection E. G. France mi01-042 #🇭🇰
Reply Retweet Like
Centre for the History of People Place & Community Mar 6
Delighted that and are partners in this very exciting conference in April. You can book your place now! 👇🙂
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Rebecca S. Wingo Apr 16
Y'all - is a GREAT speaker. Get yourself registered. It's literally a free gift.
Reply Retweet Like
Rasmus Elling Aug 28
Gorgeous 1975 masterplan of (need this on my wall!)
Reply Retweet Like
Edward T. O'Donnell, Historian-at-Large Nov 16
NYT Review - SAVING AMERICA’S CITIES: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age by Lizabeth Cohen
Reply Retweet Like
Forged by Fire Jan 17
Much of our research for these talks draws on the collections of , so of interest to and organizations and &
Reply Retweet Like
Aparna Kapadia Jul 20
What makes the Bombay plague of 1896 an historical event? Prashant Kidambi reflects on the early years of the and how it reshaped this weekend: Sat 25th July, 5.30 pm (IST), 8.00 am (ET), 12.00 pm (GMT). Sign up
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Sara Patenaude Dec 10
They're still looking for an urban historian to review *When They See Us* .
Reply Retweet Like
#TheBeginningIsNear Sep 21
Reply Retweet Like
Erin Beeston May 19
TODAY! Join our group for an informal talk and discussion, I'll be chatting interwar exhibitions, historical pageants and representations of the railways
Reply Retweet Like
IHTA Aug 14
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Sabrina Mittermeier May 15
Also including , and my call for our collection on "New York City in Song"! Check us out!
Reply Retweet Like
Port Towns & Urban Cultures ⚓️ Jun 4
Thread: Stay tuned of a series of tweets on from PTUC’s inaugural ‘Port Towns and Urban Cultures: International Histories of the Waterfront c.1700-2000.’ Edited by our own and from -History
Reply Retweet Like
Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Sep 27
Printed cards are by far the most common picture postcard of urban life. They might seem useless to serious researchers — simply visual documentation — but they can be analyzed in terms of creation of city iconology.
Reply Retweet Like
Susanne Rau Jul 6
Cheers! 🙏 | Issue 47, Number 3 of is now out. 'Thinking Spatially: New Horizons in Urban History', a special issue co-edited by and Richard Rodger |
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Sabrina Mittermeier Jun 15
You still have over 4 months to write something for , and me on New York‘s rich music history. We‘ve already been receiving some really great abstracts and can‘t wait to see your work as well!
Reply Retweet Like