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Anglo-American Conference for Historians 2009

July 2, 2009
No specified host institution


London
United Kingdom

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For 10,000 years cities have shaped the affairs of mankind. Now, more than half of the world's population is urban, dwelling in settlements that we identify as 'city' or 'town', some of them so extensive and so complex that they seem to transcend traditional notions of urban organisation and form.

The conference will deal with cities throughout the world, with papers examining the networks of cities and their role in cultural formation, the relations between cities, territories and larger political units, the ideologies and cosmologies of the city and what distinguishes the city or town from other forms of settlement or ways of life.

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Jennifer Wallis

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Institute of Historical Research, London, UK

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Jennifer Wallis

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