Philipp Heckmann-Umhau

PhD candidate in Modern European History

Philipp is in the second year of his PhD focusing on Strasbourg and Sarajevo, two regional capitals on the political and geographical peripheries of Central Europe, in the long nineteenth century. His thesis examines the development of modern urban planning in tumultuous contexts. Philipp is supervised by Prof. Christopher Clark.

Urban planning and architecture in Imperial Germany, Austria-Hungary, France, and the Ottoman Empire.


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King's College, Cambridge CB2 1ST


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