International Postgraduate Port and Maritime Studies Network Annual Conference, Maritime Historical Studies Centre, University of Hull, 25-26th July 2018

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July 25, 2018 to July 26, 2018

CfP Reminder: Beyond City Gates: Spaces of Arrival and Transit for Migrants in European Cities, 1500-2000 (Rome, 29 August-1 September 2018)

Session M11 of the 14th International Conference of the European Association for Urban History (EAUH), Rome, 29 August - 1 September 2018

Session Coordinators: Markian Prokopovych (University of Birmingham), Rosa Salzberg (University of Warwick / European University Institute, Florence)

CfPanelists: Beyond City Gates: Spaces of Arrival and Transit for Migrants in European Cities, 1500-2000

Session M11 of the 14th International Conference of the European Association for Urban History (EAUH), Rome, 29 August - 1 September 2018

Session Coordinators: Markian Prokopovych (University of Birmingham), Rosa Salzberg (University of Warwick / European University Institute, Florence)

Colóquio "Sines, o porto e o mar. História e Património

Colóquio "Sines, o porto e o mar. História e Património
Apresentação

Na sequência das escavações arqueológicas de emergência em 2013, no cemitério de Largo Poeta Bocage, em Sines, vários vestígios arqueológicos vieram colocar em causa o conhecimento acerca da relevância de Sines na Época Moderna.

Invitation to Join the Global Urban History Project

Scholars who study cities in relation to larger-scale and global phenomena are invited to become members of the Global Urban History Project, an effort to build sustained connections across professional associations within the growing hybrid field of global urban history.

The Project represents a merger of several networks of scholars in the field. The Project especially welcome scholars who focus on Global South urban questions and on pre-1850 periods.

Invitation to Join the Global Urban History Project

Scholars who study cities in relation to larger-scale and global phenomena are invited to become members of the Global Urban History Project, an effort to build sustained connections across professional associations within the growing hybrid field of global urban history.

The Project represents a merger of several networks of scholars in the field. The Project especially welcome scholars who focus on Global South urban questions and on pre-1850 periods.

ANN: Invitation to Join the Global Urban History Project

Scholars who study cities in relation to larger-scale and global phenomena are invited to become members of the Global Urban History Project, an effort to build sustained connections across professional associations within the growing hybrid field of global urban history.

The Project represents a merger of several networks of scholars in the field. The Project especially welcome scholars who focus on Global South urban questions and on pre-1850 periods.

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