Guidelines for Participants and Authors
EAUH 2024 (Ostrava, Czechia) – Call for Papers
Start of paper proposals submission: June 26, 2023
Deadline: October 20, 2023
Paper submissions are accepted only within Registration Template. The completed template should then be sent to the exact session you have selected (Main Sessions, Specialist Sessions, Round Tables). A list of individual sessions and contacts can be found below.
The file must be named as follows: Main Session, Specialist Session of Round Table number, hyphen, surname.
Example: MS1-Kocourek / S10-Kocourek etc.
Please note that you must send your submissions directly to the contacts for each session. However, always include the official email in your email copy - this is necessary.
Each session is headed by a session chair/organizer who chairs the session - including a brief introduction of the main objective of the session, a brief introduction of each of the speakers, management of the time schedule, leading the discussion and summary.
Sessions will consist of 6-8 papers, with time for dialogue and questions at the end. Each paper should be limited to a 10-15-minute presentation. Abstracts for presentations should define the subject and summarize the argument to be presented in the proposed paper. The content of that paper should be the product of well-documented original research that is primarily analytical and interpretative rather than descriptive in nature.
Length: 2 timeslots (approx. 3 hours -2x 1.5 hours)
Sessions will consist of 3-4 papers, with time for dialogue and questions at the end. Each paper should be limited to a 10-15-minute presentation. Abstracts for presentations should define the subject and summarize the argument to be presented in the proposed paper. The content of that paper should be the product of well-documented original research that is primarily analytical and interpretative rather than descriptive in nature.
Length: 1 timeslot (approx. 1.5 hours)
Round tables will consist of debate and discussion among chair(s) and present participants. Maximal number of participants is set for 8. Each discussant will have 5-10 minutes to present a position. Abstracts for round table debates should summarize the position to be taken in the discussion.
Length: 1 timeslot (approx. 1.5 hours)
Important final information
Notification of the paper acceptance/non-acceptance is set for December 1, 2023. Session chairs/organizers have the right to request modifications to submitted paper proposals.
Session list and contacts
Between Castile and Portugal, between the Iberian Peninsula and America: trade relations on border cities (13th-17th centuries)
Cities and Catastrophe: The Urban Response (LONGUE DURÉE)
Interrogating Historical Value: A Place for People and the Past in Urban Heritage Conservation
Houses, households, and housing conditions in the Early Modern town
Making inner urban boundaries
Migration Beyond Mobility: Global Urban Histories of Affect
Borders Infrastructures and Places in the Modern City
Migrant Cities and Urban courts in a Global World, 1600-1900
Between Unity and Diversity: Writing the History of the Late-Modern City
Global dreams, local realities: Urban spatial transformations under the influence of globalization flows between 1400-2000
Museums and the City. How did cities shape the modern museum and vice versa (ca. 1750-1950)
Nature in cities: planning for difference & re/defining borders
Troubled Cities: Dissolved, Sharpened, and Shifted Boundaries since the 20th century
Maritime cities at the boundaries: governance, intervention and agency at sea in Late Medieval Western Europe (13th-15th centuries)
Urban welfare regimes in the North, 1500–2024
Disruptions of Urban Infrastructure in the Second Half of the 20th Century
Imaginary vs. real: Towns on the border and borders in towns
Sonic Boundaries. Sound, listening and the delineation of urban geographies and communities since 1500
Historicizing sacrifice zones: urban metabolism, informal urbanization, and the socio-environmental limits of Ibero-American cities (1850s-1970s)
„Mediterranean boundaries“ in the history of the European cities from the 15th to the 18th century
Beyond the Boundary: Women in Urbanism
Cities and the Environment under Twentieth Century Authoritarian Regimes
Reinventing the urban past, c. 1750-2000
Crossing boundaries through (digital) narratives
Informal Housing in 20th-century Europe: origins, transformations, divergences
Housing policies and urban transformations in Europe and beyond as a result of refugee flows in the first half of the 20th century
Where the land meets the sea. Costal towns and cities as nodes of mediation in a global era
Coffee, Cafés, urban commerce and Sociable Substance Use
What's urban about social movements?
Challenges of Urban Recovery: Ukrainian Cities
Urban HGIS and beyond. Exploring the possibilities and limitations of Historical Geographic Information Systems (HGIS) for research in urban history
Pre-Modern Cities: Inequality and the Urban Economy
Pre-Modern Cities: The Urban Space of Difference
„Invisible Boundaries“: Urbanism and Identity in Central European Towns and Cities on „Unofficial“ Internal Borders 1918-1989
Pandemics, Society and Ecology in historical urban space
Urban planning and visions of modernity at boundaries of the Late Russian Empire
Urban Complaining and Petitioning – perspectives and methods of investigation
Dynamics of Gender Relations in Pre-modern Urban Economy – Central Europe in a Comparative Perspective
Uncomfortable architectural heritage. Destruction or preservation of memory?
Urban Experience of the First World War in Central Europe
Old Wine in New Bottles? The Resilience of Socialist Approaches in Land Planning Instruments
Nationalizing Cities? Industrial Cities in Multi-Ethnic Central and Eastern European Regions and Their Impact on the Emergence of National Conflicts
Edges at the center. The reinvention of cities at their boundaries.
Architecture, Villages, and their Entangled Histories: Rural-urban Encounters in the Islamic World
Refugees housing evolution in the European countries
‘Liveable cities'. Ranking towns through history
Together alone: A long-term perspective on the rise of solo living in cities and towns
Living at the edge: the form and function of the suburban villa, 1750-1840
Managing and experiencing water, floods and drought in the modern European city (19th-20th centuries)
Tange transnational – Japanese futures for European cities
Awaiting the Attack. Border Towns and Cities in Times of Rising Military Threat in Central and Eastern Europe since the 19th Century
City across the borders – borders across the city
Building codes, morphology, and the appearance of cities
Visual Representations as a Path to Participatory Urban History?
Self-organized Emergency Housing in Postwar Europe
3D Reconstructions of Urban History: Possibilities and Challenges
Border cities in the Öresund-region
(De)constructing Cold War Urban Space Along the Border: the case of Yugoslavia, Italy, and beyond
What Futures Await European Mass Housing Estates? Reflections on Privatization, Patrimonialization, and Redevelopment in East and West
Frontiers of interdisciplinarity. Understanding institutional constraints and possibilities in the interdisciplinary field of urban studies
Black or green city? Searching for identities and transcending the limits of post-industrial settlements in the 21st century
The Cambridge Urban History of Europe 1
The Cambridge Urban History of Europe 2
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Updated: 19. 09. 2023