This series examines from an international perspective key themes in the historic development of cities and societies. The series is principally, although not exclusively, con- cerned with the European city, and the main emphasis is on the early modern and modern periods. The series considers urban systems, structures and processes. Individual volumes bring together and present in an accessible form the best work of a wide variety of scholars, from different disciplines and nations, currently engaged in research on urban history. The series is published by Cambridge University Press in association with Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and the Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester.
General Editors: Peter Clark; David Reeder
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