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Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places : Class, Nation and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Europe

By: Vries, Boudien de.
Contributor(s): Morton, Graeme | Pinol, Professor Jean-Luc.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Historical Urban Studies Series: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (234 p.).ISBN: 9781351951111.Subject(s): Sociology, Urban--Europe--History--19th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places : Class, Nation and Culture in Nineteenth-Century EuropeDDC classification: 307.76/094 LOC classification: HT131.C528 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- General Editors' Preface -- 1 Introduction: Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places: Class, Nation and Culture in Nineteenth-century Europe -- 2 Institution-building and Class Formation: How Nineteenth-century Bourgeois Organized -- 3 Voluntary Societies and Urban Elites in Nineteenth-century Naples -- 4 The Instrumentalization of Bürgerlichkeit: Associations and the Middle Class in Hallein, Austria from the Nineteenth to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
5 Associations in Bratislava in the Nineteenth Century: Middle-class Identity or Identities in a Multiethnic City? -- 6 Internationalist Networking in a Multinational Setting: Social Democratic Cultural Associations in Austro-Hungarian Trieste, 1900-1914 -- 7 Voluntary Societies in the Netherlands, 1750-1900 -- 8 In Good Company: Class, Gender and Politics in The Hague's Gentlemen's Clubs, 1750-1900 -- 9 Urban Associations in England and Scotland, 1750-1914: The Formation of the Middle Class or the Formation of a Civil Society?
10 The Temperance Movement and the Urban Associational Ideal: Scotland, 1820s to 1840s -- 11 Bourgeois Citizenship and the Practice of Association in Post-revolutionary France -- Select Biblography -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- General Editors' Preface -- 1 Introduction: Civil Society, Associations and Urban Places: Class, Nation and Culture in Nineteenth-century Europe -- 2 Institution-building and Class Formation: How Nineteenth-century Bourgeois Organized -- 3 Voluntary Societies and Urban Elites in Nineteenth-century Naples -- 4 The Instrumentalization of Bürgerlichkeit: Associations and the Middle Class in Hallein, Austria from the Nineteenth to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

5 Associations in Bratislava in the Nineteenth Century: Middle-class Identity or Identities in a Multiethnic City? -- 6 Internationalist Networking in a Multinational Setting: Social Democratic Cultural Associations in Austro-Hungarian Trieste, 1900-1914 -- 7 Voluntary Societies in the Netherlands, 1750-1900 -- 8 In Good Company: Class, Gender and Politics in The Hague's Gentlemen's Clubs, 1750-1900 -- 9 Urban Associations in England and Scotland, 1750-1914: The Formation of the Middle Class or the Formation of a Civil Society?

10 The Temperance Movement and the Urban Associational Ideal: Scotland, 1820s to 1840s -- 11 Bourgeois Citizenship and the Practice of Association in Post-revolutionary France -- Select Biblography -- Index

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Graeme Morton is Scottish Studies Foundation Chair and Professor of History at the University of Guelph, Canada. Boudien de Vries is Associate Professor of Social History in the Department of History at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Robert J. Morris is Professor of Economic and Social History at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

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