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Contents General Editors' Preface vii Notes on Contributors ix 1 Introduction: Civil society, associations and urban places: class, nation and culture in nineteenth-century Europe 1 R.J. Morris 2 Institution-building and class formation: how nineteenth-century bourgeois organized 19 Sven Beckert 3 Voluntary societies and urban elites in nineteenth-century Naples 41 Daniela Luigia Caglioti 4 The instrumentalization of bürgerlichkeit. Associations and the middle class in Hallein, Austria from the nineteenth to the beginning of the twentieth century 57 Ewald Hiebl 5 Associations in Bratislava in the nineteenth century: middle-class identity or identities in a multiethnic city? Elena Mannov 81 6 Internationalist networking in a multinational setting: social democratic cultural associations in Austro-Hungarian Trieste, 1900-1914 91 Sabine Rutar 7 Voluntary societies in the Netherlands, 1750-1900 107 Boudien de Vries 8 In good company: class, gender and politics in The Hague's gentlemen's clubs, 1750-1900 123 Jan Hein Furnée 9 Urban associations in England and Scotland, 1750-1914: the formation of the middle class or the formation of a civil society? 147 R.J. Morris 10 The temperance movement and the urban associational ideal: Scotland, 1820s to 1840s 167 Irene Maver 11 Bourgeois citizenship and the practice of association in post-revolutionary France 183 Carol Harrison Index 199
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Sociology, Urban -- Europe -- History -- 19th century.
Associations, institutions, etc. -- Europe -- History -- 19th century.
Social classes -- Europe -- History -- 19th century.
Civil society -- Europe -- History -- 19th century.