The Make-up of the City
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Brussels Urban History Seminars
Contesting fiscal fairness. Explaining fiscal reform in the 18th-century Austrian Netherlands (1749-1794).
Managing Markets: Commercial Institutions in the Principalities of the Burgundian-Habsburg Low Countries Compared
The Make-Up of the City: A Transdisciplinary Study of Urban Society in the Pre-Modern Low Countries
Product quality and governance in the making of the consumer society: selling meat in late- and post-corporative Brussels (1770- 1860)
Policing mobility. Daily interactions between the Brussels police and 'marginal migrants', c. 1880-1914.
Inequality, Migration and Social Relations in Urban Brabant and Flanders, c. 1350-1914
History of the European city in the High and Late Middle Ages (c. 1000 - 1500)
DH-CoDe – Digital Historical Collection of Court Depositions from the Southern Low Countries (18th-19th centuries
Interdisciplinary Research Program: Cities and Newcomers: Arrival infrastructure, multi-scalar statehood and professional intermediaries
Interdisciplinary Research Program: Tradition and naturalness of animal products within a societal context of change
Surviving old age: coping strategies of the elderly labouring poor in Gent, Brussels and Antwerp, 1750-1850.
Domestic energy consumption before and during the early industrial revolution: Belgium and the Netherlands compared (1600-1850)
Gender, migration and distance. Maidservants as agents of change in the democratization of long-distance migration in Antwerp and Brussels, 1850-1900
HOTSPOTS – Social Hotspots, Procesdossiers als bronnen voor de geschiedenis van de vroegmoderne Nederlanden
Building Brussels. Brussels city builders and the production of space, 1794-2015
The Urban Socio-professional spaces in a comparative perspective. Bruges and Mechlin, 14th-16th centuries