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Yearbook of Transnational History (2020), Volume 3
Yearbook of Transnational History (2020), Volume 3

Heidi Hein-Kircher, Eszter Gantner, and Aleksander Łupienko stellen im aktuellen Yearbook of Transnational History "Emerging Cities and their Transnational Relations" vor.

Weitere Beiträge sind u.a. Between Local and Global: The International Network of the Civil Engineer Imre Forbáth around 1900 von Eszter Gantner, Transnational Modernization on the Periphery? The Role of Engineers in the Rise of Modern Lviv (1870-1914) von Aleksander Łupienko und The 1894 Galician Crownland Exposition in Lviv as a Polish Hub of Knowledge Transfer von Heidi Hein-Kircher.

Yearbook of Transnational History (2020), Volume 3
Edited by Thomas Adam - Assisted by Austin E. Loignon

The Yearbook of Transnational History is dedicated to disseminating pioneering research in the field of transnational history. This third volume is dedicated to the transnational turn in urban history. It brings together articles that investigate the transnational and transatlantic exchanges of ideas and concepts for urban planning, architecture, and technology that served to modernize cities across East and Central Europe and the United States. This collection includes studies about regionals fairs as centers of knowledge transfer in Eastern Europe, about the transfer of city planning among developing urban centers within the Austro-Hungarian Empire, about the introduction of the Bauhaus into American society, and about the movement for constructing paved roads to connect cities on a global scale. The volume concludes with a historiographical article that discusses the potential of the transnational perspective to urban history.

The articles in this volume highlight the movement of ideas and practices across various cultures and societies and explore the relations, connections, and spaces created by these movements. The articles show that modern cities across the European continent and North America emerged from intensive exchanges of ideas for almost every aspect of modern urban life.