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Bild - Anders Lund Hansen

Anders Lund Hansen

Senior lecturer

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Narcotic City Archive


  • Anders Lund Hansen
  • Louise Fabian
  • Stefan Höhne

Summary, in English

We invite you to explore and contribute to this free online archive on cultures, histories, activities, and spaces related to drugs. The Narcotic City Archive collects and preserves the heritage of substance use and many associated social, cultural, economic, and political issues. We aim to gather a wide range of historical and contemporary materials from different groups and inviduals – and we hope that you will join us in this process!

Concept: Members of the Governing the Narcotic City Project. Gemma Blok, Stefan Höhne, Boris Michel, Mélina Germes, Loise Fabian, Lisanne Walma, Frederieke Westerheide, Anders Lund Hansen, Sage Anderson, Peter-Paul Bänziger, Thomas Bürk, Jenny Künkel.

Design and development: Christian Bauer
Technical support: Stefan Höhne, Boris Michel, Mélina Germes, Antonia Katharina Homm, Hannah Emmy Schnelle, Frederieke Westerheide.
Proof-reading and translations of website text: Sage Anderson (EN), Stefan Höhne (DE), Gemma Blok (DU), Mélina Germes (FR)
The authors of stories, curators of collections and creators of items are credited in each of them.

Data protection and Privacy Policy
We are committed to protecting the privacy of the users, contributors and creators of the archive.


  • Department of Human Geography

Publishing year




Document type

Web publication


  • Social and Economic Geography
  • Other Humanities


  • Archive material




  • Public space. Governing the Narcotic City.Imaginaries, Practices and Discourses of Public Drug Cultures in European Cities from 1970 until Today