THE CITY IN HISTORY

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The City In History

Author : Lewis Mumford
ISBN : 0156180359
Genre : History
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An examination of Cities of the Western world tracing their development from Egypt through the Middle Ages to the present
Category: History

Megalopolis The Giant City In History

Author : Theo Barker
ISBN : 9781349230518
Genre : History
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This book follows the evolution of the very large city across the world from its origins in Ancient times to its current dominant position in both the industrialised world and the Third World. In-depth studies are devoted to the key giant cities of human history at decisive points in their growth. The case-studies include Rome, London, Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, Bangkok and Berlin. Additional studies deal with the general characteristics of the megalopolis, stressing its implications for cultural life.
Category: History

Berkeley

Author : Charles M. Wollenberg
ISBN : 0520934253
Genre : History
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The Railroad Age, The Depression, World War II, The Atomic Age, The Sixties—these periods shaped and were in turn shaped by Berkeley, California—a city that has had a remarkable influence given its modest size. This concise book, the only up-to-date history of Berkeley, is a rich chronicle connecting the people, trends, and events that made the city to much larger themes in history. From the native builders of shellmounds to the blue-collar residents of Ocean View, the rise of the University of California, the World War II shipyards, and today's demographics and politics, it's all here in this fascinating account of the other beloved city by the bay. Along the way, we find the answers to many intriguing questions: Why is Adeline Street is so oddly aligned? How did Berkeley benefit from the 1906 earthquake that destroyed much of San Francisco? What differentiated Holy Hill from Nut Hill? Berkeley: A City in History offers a delightful sense of place to anyone who has lived in, worked in, or traveled through this unique city.
Category: History

Symposium

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ISBN : OCLC:80948181
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Cities Of The World

Author : Peter Whitfield
ISBN : 0520247256
Genre : Science
File Size : 42.24 MB
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Traces the historic form and special character of the world's greatest cities through a collection of maps and panoramic views, from Athens to Brasilia, Washington to Moscow, San Francisco to Saigon, and Venice to Lhasa.
Category: Science

The Yoruba City In History

Author : Remi I. Obateru
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122962884
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science

The City In The Islamic World Volume 94 1 94 2

Author : Salma K. Jayyusi
ISBN : 9789004162402
Genre : History
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The purpose of this book, is to draw attention to the sites of life, politics and culture where current and past generations of the Islamic world have made their mark. Unlike many previous volumes dealing with the city in the Islamic world, this one has been specially expanded not only to include snapshots of historical fabric but also to deal with the transformation of this fabric into modern and contemporary urban entities.
Category: History

The City Cultures Reader

Author : Malcolm Miles
ISBN : 0415302455
Genre : Social Science
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From Simmel and Burgess, to Zukin, Fainstein and Soja this title presents classic and contemporary writing on the culture of cities. Themes include: culture and technologies; everyday lives; contesting identity; boundaries and transgressions; utopias and dystopias, and possible urban futures.
Category: Social Science

Compendium Of History And Biography Of The City Of Detroit And Wayne County Michigan

Author : Clarence Monroe Burton
ISBN : 9783849678371
Genre : History
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All history is, perforce, a merciless abridgment, and yet too much can never be written concerning any nation, any people— since each contribution must have a definite value. In the offering of this compendium of history and biography, the publishers lay claim not to any amplification of data in the annals of Detroit and Wayne county, but rather to the condensed, narrative presentation of the history of a section whose records bear the graceful tales of romance and the sterner burdens of definite accomplishment.
Category: History