Elective popular offices and urban law enforcement in the 18th century
Brigitte Marin
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Community involvement in the administration of public health in the State of Milan in the 18th century
Livio Antonielli
10.36213/8-2

Under the Eyes of the Committee of Reports: Local and popular involvement in the maintenance of public order under the National Constituent Assembly (France, 1789-1791)
Maria Betlem Castellà
10.36213/8-3

Dreams of ‘moving from the Napoleonic code to the new era of the judiciary’ on the eve of establishment of the Kingdom of Poland (1814-1815)
Michał Gałędek
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Establishing republican order in rural areas: actions taken by the Republican Guard’s mobile columns in the Cisalpine Republic (1797-1798)
Francesco Dendena
10.36213/8-5

The National Guard, a concrete but temporary experience of popular participation in law enforcement.The example of the National Guard of Lyon from 1830 to 1871
Mathias Pareyre
10.36213/8-6

Armed citizens and defence of public order: the National Guard of Rennes during the July Monarchy in France
Axel Dröber
10.36213/8-7

How to build a dissident public order. Actors and strategies of the Neapolitan folks’ political mobilization during the 1848 revolution
Pierre-Marie Delpu
10.36213/8-8

Policing a Capital City during a ‘Revolution’. The squadre in Palermo at the Time of the Italian Unification (1860)
Emilio Scaramuzza
10.36213/8-9

Cooperation or Confrontation? The interaction between police forces and vigilante groups during the postwar years (1918- 1923) in Barcelona
Florian Grafl
10.36213/8-10

Police authority and popular behaviours (Lisbon, c. 1867-1910)
Maria João Vaz
10.36213/8-11

Maintaining public order without the participation of the population Policing of crowds by the police of public opinion (France, late nineteenth century)
Laurent López
10.36213/8-12

Snitches and Informers. Popular Involvement regarding the ‘High Police’ under the Consulate and the First Empire (1799- 1815)
Jeanne-Laure Le Quang
10.36213/8-13

‘There are Boches everywhere...’ Popular participation in tracking down and controlling ‘the enemy from within’ in France during the First World War
Ronan Richard
10.36213/8-14

Investigations into the kidnapping of young Malméjac (1935): Police, Justice and Population
Laurence Montel
10.36213/8-15

Policing, Participation and People: some historical perspectives
Xavier Rousseaux
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