Saturday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Bunker Hill (Ballroom Level)

Session 162
Connecting Urban Dynamics: Owners, Tenants, Spatial Narratives, and Built Environment

Chair: Carolyn Swope, Columbia University

1. The Jesuit Missions of the Guarani as Urban SystemCaterina Pizzigoni, Columbia University; Gergely Baics, Barnard College.

2. Linking Owners and Tenants: Montréal at the Turn of the 20th CenturyRobert C. H. Sweeny, Université du Québec à Montreal & Memorial University of Newfoundland.

3. Visualizing Culture in Space: Production, Perception, and Experience of the Spatial Narrative of the Saint Louis 1904 World’s FairLucas Avelar, Clemson University.

4. Developing a ‘New Class Map’ for Understanding Inequalities, Mobilities and Stabilities in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1911-2021Niall A. Cunningham, Newcastle University; Ian Gregory, Lancaster University; Aidan McGuire, Sensible Code Company; Richard Webber, OriginsInfo.

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