EAUH Online Symposium Exchanges: European Cities and the Wider Urban World, 6 September 2023

EAUH Online Symposium

Exchanges: European Cities and the Wider Urban World

6 September 2023

Hosted by the Centre for Urban History, University of Antwerp

Convenors: Simon Gunn and Rosemary Wakeman

Participation is free, but please register for this event, via:



10.00-10.15 CET

A warm welcome by the EAUH & CSG – Ilja Van Damme & Greet De Block (Centre for Urban History – Urban Studies Institute, University of Antwerp)

Opening remarks – Simon Gunn (University of Leicester) and Rosemary Wakeman (Fordham University)

10.15-11.oo CET Debating Exchanges 1

Astrid Swenson (University of Bayreuth) – Exchanges, adaptations and contestations in urban conservation across Europe and the Mediterranean

11.00-11.15 CET – Coffee break


11.15-12.15 CET Exchanges Session 1: Regulating Modernities

Katherine Vyhmeister (University of Edinburgh) – From a European notion to a local phenomenon: Tracing the role of police in the production of local public works in late colonial Chile

David Schley (Hong Kong Baptist University/University of East Anglia) – Gendarmes, Bobbies, and Cops: The NYPD Looks to Europe

Nicole Davis (University of Melbourne) – ‘One of the Sights of the Colony’: Australia’s Nineteenth-century Arcades, Modernity, Consumer Culture, and Local/Global Connections’

12.15-1.00 CET – Debating Exchanges 2

Marion Pluskota (Leiden University) – ‘Souvenir d’Amsterdam’: World exhibitions and migration of sex workers in the late 19th century

1.00-1.45 CET Lunch break


1.45-2.00 CET EAUH2024

Andrea Pokludova (University of Ostrava) – Presenting EAUH 2024, Cities at the Boundaries

2.00-2.45 CET – Debating Exchanges 3

Michael Goebel (Free University, Berlin) – The Unmaking of Black Monserrat: Race, European Immigration, and Real Estate in Nineteenth-Century Buenos Aires

2.45-3.45 CET – Exchanges Sessions 2: Urban Ideas

Eliane Schmid (University of Luxembourg) – (Re-)Building Marseille’s Port and Parks: Socio-Spatial Differentiations, Public Policies, and Migration (1945-1973)

Fikriye Karaman (Samsun University, Turkey) – Ottoman Travellers’ Views of Education in European Cities in the Nineteenth Century

Kristian Taketomo (University of Pennsylvania) – Lost in Translation: The City in International Statistics

3.45-4.00 CET Coffee break


4.00-4.45 CET – Conference Keynote Lecture

Peter Stabel (University of Antwerp) – The Blessings and Curses of Comparative History: Writing an Urban History of Medieval Europe and the Islamic World

4.30-4.45 CET Concluding remarks- Simon Gunn and Rosemary Wakeman



OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Cédric Feriel (5 septembre 2023). EAUH Online Symposium Exchanges: European Cities and the Wider Urban World, 6 September 2023. Histoire Urbaine. Consulté le 20 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u4zb

Cédric Feriel

Maître de Conférences en histoire contemporaine Université Rennes 2 / EA 7468 Tempora Groupe de recherche Inventer le Grand Paris

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