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Contested Waters: Rio de Janeiro’s Public Water Supply and the Social Structuring of the City

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Saberes transnacionais na América Latina urbana (séculos XVI a XX)

Author(s): Jorun Poettering / Catarina Caetano da Rosa
Published in: Stefan Rinke (ed.), Entre Espacios. La historia latinoamericana en el contexto global. Actas del XVII Congreso Internacional de AHILA, Freie Universität Berlín, 9-13 de septiembre de 2014, Issue 2016, 2016, Page(s) 2766-2770

Between Roman Models and African Realities. Waterworks and Negotiation of Spaces in Colonial Rio de Janeiro

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Claudia Mattos Avolese / Roberto Conduru (eds.), New Worlds: Frontiers, Inclusion, Utopias, Issue 2017, 2017, Page(s) 133-145

Introdução: As obras urbanas como meio heurístico para a exploração da sociedade colonial [Introduction: The Urban Public Works as a Heuristic Means for the Exploration of Colonial Society], in: , , pp. . [no peer-reviewing]

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Jorun Poettering / Gefferson Ramos Rodrigues (eds.), “Em benefício do povo”. Obras, governo e sociedade na cidade colonial, Issue 2016, 2016, Page(s) 13-32

„Bodenständiger Realismus“ als Erfolgskonzept kolonialer Herrschaft? Staat und Wissen über Naturressourcen im portugiesischen Amerika [“Pedestrian Realism” as a Key to Success in Colonial Rule? State and Knowledge on Natural Resources in Portuguese America]

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Susan Richter (ed.), Globale Verflechtungen - Europa neu denken, Issue book to be published in September 2017, 2017

Review of: Vera S. Candiani, Dreaming of Dry Land. Environmental Transformation in Colonial Mexico City. Stanford 2014

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Iberoamericana, Issue 64 (2017), 2017, Page(s) 343-344, ISSN 2255-520X

Water and the Struggle for Public Space: Social Negotiations in the Usage of Colonial Rio de Janeiro’s Waterworks

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Brasiliana. Journal for Brazilian Studies, Issue 2017, 2017, ISSN 2245-4373

Paradise for Whom? Conservatism and Progress in the Perception of Rio de Janeiro’s Drinking Water Supply, Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries

Author(s): Jorun Poettering
Published in: Journal of Latin American Studies, Issue accepted for publication in 2017, 2017, ISSN 1469-767X

“Em benefício do povo”. Obras, governo e sociedade na cidade colonial [“For the Benefit of the People”. Public Works, Government and Society in the Colonial City]

Author(s): Jorun Poettering / Gefferson Ramos Rodrigues (eds.)
Published in: Issue 2016, 2016, Page(s) 384 p.