We are pleased to announce the forthcoming release of City Sites: an Electronic Book. City Sites is an inter- and multi-disciplinary study of the iconography, spatial forms and visual and literary cultures of New York and Chicago in the period 1870 to 1939. City Sites is the result of collaborative research by scholars from Europe and the U.S.A and presents a pioneering approach to American urbanism utilising analytical possibilities offered by new multimedia technologies.
City Sites is part of the 3 Cities research project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Board, and is based at the University of Birmingham and the University of Nottingham in the UK.
Editors: Dr Maria Balshaw, Dr Anna Notaro , Dr Liam Kennedy and Professor Douglas Tallack.
City Sites is being published electronically by the University of Birmingham Press, Novemeber, 2000. City Sites features individual essays by Professor William Boelhower (Padua), Dr Maria Balshaw (Birmingham), Dr Jude Davies (Winchester), Dr Chris Gair (Birmingham), Dr Liam Kennedy (Birmingham), Dr Anna Notaro (Nottingham), Professor Max Page (Harvard), Professor Eric Sandeen (Wyoming), Professor Douglas Tallack (Nottingham), John Walsh (Nottingham).
If you would like to view a taster of City Sites please visit our Preview site at the URL, listed below
Please register your interest on the Preview site and we will notify you of our electronic launch in November 2000.
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