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Kluiving DEF2.indd

@inproceedings{Vannieuwenhuyze2012KluivingD,
  title={Kluiving DEF2.indd},
  author={Bram Vannieuwenhuyze and Paulo Charruadas and Yannick Devos and Luc Vrydaghs},
  year={2012}
}
The urbanisation process has a huge impact on both the urban and rural landscape. Not only does it thoroughly modify the urban area, it also has a tremendous impact on the rural hinterland. We propose to take medieval Brussels (Duchy of Brabant) as an example to illustrate this complex issue. According to our different fields of research, a multidisciplinary point of view will be adopted, combining urban history (the study of human urban society), rural history (agricultural developments and… Expand

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