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Mapping urban changes

Ana Plosnić Škarić (ed.)

Ana Plosnić Škarić

Ana Plosnić Škarić, Ilario Principe, Elke Katharina Wittich, Joško Belamarić, Alessandra Ferrighi, Alessandra Corsi, Angeliki Sioli, Nada Grujić, Renata Novak Klemenčić, Ana Marinković, Zehra Laznibat, Irena Benyovsky Latin, Ivana Haničar Buljan, Francesco Bettarini, Danko Zelić, Matko Matija Marušić, Goranka Lipovac Vrkljan, Ana Konestra, Nera Šegvić, Heidi Deneweth, Ward Leloup, Mathijs Speecke, Reinout Klaarenbeek, Thomas Coomans, Yoav Arbel, Simon Knowles, Dunja Babić, Melita Čavlović, Lana Lovrenčić, Antun Sevšek, Estefanía López Salas, Kristina Friedrichs, Alessandra Ferrighi, Nadia Bertolina, Ioanni Delsante, Shirin Haddadian, Vanni D’Alessio, Brigitte Le Normand, Jon Corbett

Ivo Babić, Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci

Proof reading
Maja Trinajstić

Design and layout
Tomislav Vlainić

Institut za povijest umjetnosti, Zagreb, 2017

Publishing series and number
Online edition of the Institute of Art History, number 10

Material description
607 pp.; color ilustr.; authors biographies

The book can be downloaded here (pdf, 60 MB).

This book is the result of the work on the project “Dubrovnik: Civitas et Acta Consiliorum. Visualising Development of the Late Medieval Urban Fabric”, which was carried out at the Institute of Art History, Zagreb, Croatia (2014-2017), and was supported by the Croatian Science Foundation. Anacademic conference that was organised towards the end of the project aimed to discuss the methodology of the research on urban history and form as well as the methodology of the presentation of results. Therefore, these collected papers comprise precisely the scientific works which are broad in scope, and which critically reflect on the methodology of the work and its presentation.

Ana Plosnić Škarić, from the Introduction


Ana Plosnić Škarić

Dubrovnik: la realtà nelle immagini storiche
Ilario Principe

Perspectives pm how to deal with complexity. The case of Melchior Lorck’s view of Constantinople
Elke Katharina Wittich

Transformacije splitskog Peristila tijekom 13. Stoljeća
Joško Belamarić

Dubrovnik: Civitas et Acta Consiliorum 1400–1450. Mapping methodology and data analysis
Ana Plosnić Škarić, Alessandra Ferrighi

Una omnes: le accademie letterarie a Milano tra XVI e XVII secolo nella Bianca dati “milanoassociazioni”
Alessandra Corsi

Shifting urban atmospheres: Saint Petersburg’s literary context
Angeliki Sioli

Knežev dvor u odlukama dubrovačkih vijeća od 1400. do 1450. godine
Nada Grujić

Locating and analysing the appearance of private houses in the 15th century Dubrovnik: The case of Georgio de Gozza house
Renata Novak Klemenčić

Monastic enclosure as urban feature: Mapping conventual complexities vs. public space in early modern Dubrovnik
Ana Marinković, Zehra Laznibat

Digital mapping of noble estates in Dubrovnik’s burgus (13th century)
Irena Benyovsky Latin, Ivana Haničar Buljan

Digitalizing Renaissance Florence
Francesco Bettarini

Medieval urban landscape of the northern part of the city of Dubrovnik
Danko Zelić

Mapping housing market in late medieval Dubrovnik: The Saint Nicholas sexterium (ca. 1420-1450)
Matko Matija Marušić

Felix Arba – reconstructing urban and economic capacities through GIS
Goranka Lipovac Vrkljan, Ana Konestra, Nera Šegvić

Visualizing urban social change, Bruges 1300-1700
Heidi Deneweth, Ward Leloup, Mathijs Speecke

From guessing to “gissing”: HisGIS analysis or mapping urban transformation and military reuse of suppressed convents in Brussels, Antwerp and Bruges (1773-1860)
Reinout Klaarenbeek, Thomas Coomans

Ottoman Jaffa: From pilgrim’s anchorage to regional center
Yoav Arbel

Bedford Park: Ruralism and the construction of heterotopic space in London’s suburban margin
Simon Knowles

Trogir i njegova predgrađa
Dunja Babić

Dvije „polovice“ Novog Zagreba
Melita Čavlović, Lana Lovrenčić, Antun Sevšek

Drawing the past shape of the monastic town of Samos and its immediate environment through an archival document of the mid-17th century
Estefanía López Salas

Verwundet und wiederauferstanden – Dresdens Stadtgeshichte in 4D
Kristina Friedrichs

VISU: il Sistema informative per lo studio della città
Alessandra Ferrighi

Consciously uncontrolled: a psychogeographic approach to urban mapping
Nadia Bertolina, Ioanni Delsante, Shirin Haddadian

Crowdsourcing historical information in a contested city: A Geo-live platform to spatialize Rijeka’s overlapping layers and narratives
Vanni D’Alessio, Brigitte Le Normand, Jon Corbett

Notes on contributors

The book can be downloaded here (pdf, 60 MB).

​Publishing and printing of this book was supported by the Croatian Science Foundation, Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia and The City of Dubrovnik.