Den klassiske købstad (The Classical Danish Small Town)

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Den klassiske købstad (The Classical Danish Small Town)

Danske Bystudier 2 (Danish Urban Studies 2)
Edited by Søren Bitsch Christensen
The Danish Centre for Urban History and Aarhus University Press, 2005.

DEN KLASSISKE KØBSTAD 

 

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Characterization and Historiography of the Early Modern Danish Market Towns
By Søren Bitsch Christensen, PhD, Associate Professor, Director of the Danish Centre for Urban History.

The Natural Centre? The Economic Centrality of Danish Market Towns c. 1450-1800
By Søren Bitsch Christensen, PhD, Associate Professor, Director of the Danish Centre for Urban History.

The Town Fairs of North Jutland
By Mette Kjær Pedersen, MA in History from the University of Aarhus, 2003.

The Danish Towns and the Highway Network 1761-1910
By Steffen Elmer Jørgensen, PhD, Senior Researcher, the Provincial Archives of Northern Jutland, Viborg.

Ports, Market Towns and Urban Growth 1798-1868
By Michael Bruus, MA in History from the University of Aarhus, 2004.

Ærøskøbing – a Stagnating Town in the 19th Century
By Berit Guldmann Hornstrup, MA in History from University of Aarhus and the Danish Centre for Urban History, 2003.

The Economic Space of a Market Town, Hobro 1800-1860
By Brian Wiborg, MA in History from the University of Aarhus and the Danish Centre for Urban History, 2003

The Master Craftsmen of Viborg 1860-1870
By Svend Korup, MA in History from the University of Aarhus and the Danish Centre for Urban History, 2002

The Danish Town Mirrored in the Poetry of the Age of the Baroque
By Palle Lykke, MA, Secretary of the University History Committee of the University of Aarhus

The Garrison Town during the Danish Absolute Monarchy 1660-1849
By Karsten Skjold Petersen, PhD, Senior Researcher and Museum Keeper, The Royal Arsenals, Copenhagen.

The Town Scene – The Town Theatre in the 18th and 19th Centuries
By Elsebeth Aasted Schanz, PhD, Museum Keeper, The Old Town, National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture, Aarhus.