Industrial Cities

Industrial Cities

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Bringing together essays from leading experts who analyze how the landscapes, images, social dynamics, and economies of the industrial city have changed through boom and bust, this volume covers a wide range of subjects, from car cities to steel towns, from visualization of industrial cities in avant-garde art to the role of industrial heritage in urban regeneration. In total, Industrial Cities makes a significant contribution to our understanding of how the past shapes the future; it will be of interest not only to urban and economic historians, but also to social geographers and policy makers.Cityscape: A Journal ofPolicy Development and Research, 12 (1), 133a€“152. Keenon, M. L. ... Many Ideas, no Money, no Staff, Ecological Strategies in Flint, Michigan. ... RMF (2008)a€”Ruth Mott Foundation (2008). Community Report 2008 . Grants by Program Area. 01/15/2011, html.

Title:Industrial Cities
Author: Clemens Zimmermann
Publisher:Campus Verlag - 2013-09

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