2nd Pleasurescapes-workshop took place in Rotterdam

From 5 – 7 February 2020, the Pleasurescapes-team met at Erasmus University Rotterdam and at the Museum Rotterdam. We discussed methodological questions and individual researchers presented their case studies. Special highlights were the keynote by Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway (University of Barcelona) and the discussion about mapping strategies with Carola Hein (Delft University). Our pre-conference on February 6th for the Pleasurescapes-session at the EAUH 15th International Conference on Urban History in Antwerp was a big success as well and we thank everyone who contributed with their papers. Looking forward to the further exchange with the new network! Find the programme to the pre-conference here.