Publication of special issue on Transnational Urbanism in the Americas
The Editors and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce that the August issue of Volume 36 (2) 2009, a special issue on Transnational Urbanism in the Americas' guest edited by Philip J. Ethington and Janice L. Reiff has now been published
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Volume 36 Part 2 August 2009
Special issue: Transnational Urbanism in the Americas
Edited by Philip J. Ethington and Janice L.Reiff
List of books reviewed
Competing scales in transnational networks: the impossible travel of Patrick Geddes’ Cities Exhibition to America, 1911-1913.
From body and home to nation and world: the varying scales of transnational urbanism in Montreal and Brussels at the turn of the 20th century.
Timely innovations: trains, planes, and the "Whites Only" economy that made Miami a Pan-American city.
Jaqueline Tyrwhitt and transnational discourse on modern urban planning and design, 1941–1951
Tracing urban design's 'Townscape' origins: some relationships between a British editorial policy and an American academic field in the 1950s'
Housing development and the alliance for progress: urban renewal, and housing policy in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires in the 1960s.
A decade of urban history: Ashgate’s Historical Urban Studies series
BARRY M DOYLE
Beyond Nationalism: Modernity, Governance and a New Urban History for India
Reviews of books
VANESSA HARDING, KATY LAYTON-JONES AND AMANDA SELIGMAN
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