3 edition of Urbanisation and Urban Culture in Denmark 1660-1848 (Urban Studies) found in the catalog.
Urbanisation and Urban Culture in Denmark 1660-1848 (Urban Studies)
July 30, 2007
by Aarhus Universitetsforlag
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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This anthology pres-ents in English recent significant research on Denmark's urban development during the Age of Absolutism,and features 15 articles written by leading Danish urban historians. The years of Absolutism were marked by a general crisis for the Danish urban community, mainly caused by the devastating effects of the seventeenth century warfare.
Danish Towns During Absolutism: Urbanisation and Urban Life in Denmark (URBAN STUDIES) [Soren Bitsch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This anthology covers the development of the Danish urban system and urban life during the age of Absolutism.
This anthology covers the development of the Danish urban system and urban life during the age of Absolutism, It features 13 articles written by leading Danish urban historians focussing on economic and cultural urban centre : The principal aim of this book, therefore, is to rectify this situation by presenting - in English - recent significant research on Denmark's urban development.
This anthology, no. 4 in the Urban Studies series, examines the development of the urban system and urban life in Denmark during the age of Absolutism, Zijderveld sees the economic and civic culture of the city as the centerpiece of contemporary urban management and contemporary urban democracy.
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In this way print promoted the broader urbanisation of society, by spreading urban attitudes and ideas beyond the limits of the city.
It is with the urban cultural environment that this volume is primarily concerned, underlining the centrality of printing and publishing to the understanding of urban culture. The core research fields are: Urbanizationurban historiography, economic urban-rural relationstown planningurban spatial developmentcivic militias and urban culturetrade relations between Denmark.
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