The Medieval Danish Towns – Urbanization and Research Agendas
By Søren Bitsch Christensen, PhD, Director, Danish Centre for Urban History.
The Medieval Town as a Monetary Arena: The Example of the Town of Lund
By Peter Carelli, PhD, The Dunker Culture Centre, Helsingborg, Sweden.
The Topographical Development of Viborg During the Middle Ages
By Hans Krongaard Kristensen, Department of Medieval Archaeology, University of Aarhus.
The Medieval Towns of Northern Schleswig
By Lennart S. Madsen, MA, Curator of Museum of Haderslev.
Church and Parish in Danish Towns c. 1000-1300
By Ebbe Nyborg, Ma, The National Museum of Denmark.
Decline and Growth in Late Medieval Danish Towns
By Bjørn Poulsen, Dr.phil. (Dr.Habil.), Professor at the History Department, University of Aarhus.
Religion, Guilds, and Identities in the Late Medieval Town
By Lars Bisgaard, PhD, Institute of History and Civilization, University of Southern Denmark, Odense.
Woman and Men in Urban Spaces – Gender in Urban History
By Grethe Jacobsen, Dr.phil. (Dr.habil.), The Royal Library, Copenhagen.
The Towns and the Poor. The International Background for the Late Medieval and Early Modern Danish Development
By Carsten Selch Jensen, PhD, Department of Church History, University of Copenhagen.