The list of the names of those who sent us the contribution, revised and adapted to the new editorial rules, is available for download and will therefore be published.
Si terrà Giovedì 30 Settembre ore 18:00 la lezione di Simon Gunn dal titolo “Making the City Mobile: Urban History and the Mobilities Turn”. La lezione si terrà su piattaforma Zoom, è necessaria la registrazione per parteciparvi.
The X AISU Congress will take place from 6 to 10 September 2022 organized with the Politecnico di Torino. We had launched a theme that would lead us to consider those aspects of flexibility in the cities that have made and make this long history possible. The situation we are facing due to the pandemic makes this reflection more relevant than ever and projects us towards a new awareness. We wanted to underline this by retouching the title of the Congress in ADAPTIVE CITIES THROUGH THE POST PANDEMIC LENS. Rethinking Times and Challenges of the Flexible City in Urban History / Times and Challenges in Urban History. Information on how to participate will follow shortly.
The complete program of AISU Lectures is available
On Wednesday 1 September 2021 the European Association for Urban History, in collaboration with the Centre for Urban History at the University of Antwerp, is hosting an online event: “Urban History. Old Paradigms and New Perspectives”.
Because of the long time-gap between the Call for sessions for the 2020 conference in 2019 and the Conference in 2022, a new Call for Sessions and a new Call for Papers has opened on 1 May 2021 and will run until 30 October 2021, so new research and new researchers get the opportunity to…
The International Committee of the EAUH and the local organizing committee of the Antwerp Conference have sadly come to the conclusion that organizing the Antwerp Conference in the beginning of September this year would under current corona circumstances constitute too great a risk. For all these reasons the International Committee has decided to postpone once…
GUHP’s “Dream Conversations” in Urban History an Open Invitation to: Participants, Proposers, Collaborators, Organizers, Co-Leaders, Mentors, and Mentees 2021-22 and Beyond
Applications for the GUHP Mentorship Program are due Friday, September 24
The Global Urban History Project (GUHP) invites applications from graduate students and early careers scholars in urban history to join one of four workshops it will run during the 2020-21 academic year as part of GUHP’s new Four Dream Conversations in Urban History.
The webinar entitled “The resilience of the Italian cultural heritage and the new digital challenges” will take place on Tuesday 21 September 2021 - at 15: 00/17: 00.
Invitation to the UrbanMetaMapping Research Consortium’s Semester Talks on mapping man-made and natural catastrophes, heritage, urban planning, and digital tools used for researching these.