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Urban Eurasia: Cities in Transformation

Author/EditorBrade, Isold / Carola Neugebauer (eds.) (Author)
Neugebauer, Carola (Author)
Publisher: DOM Publishers
ISBN: 9783869225067
Pub Date03/07/2017
BindingPaperback
Pages288
Dimensions (mm)230(h) * 210(w)
$36.44
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Availability: 18 In Stock
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Urban Eurasia. Cities in Transformation is a journey to urban spaces, places, and people in the global and highly dynamic, but often forgotten region between Europe and Asia. Intriguing photo-graphs and evidence-based reports give a nuanced account to experiences of urban change in cities of the post-Soviet countries. Focusing on the topics of cit-ies and networks, urban housing, econ-omies as well as urban diversity and conflicts, the book tracks common and differentiated patterns, processes, and effects of urban developments in space and society. The multiplicity and assem-blage of Soviet, pre-revolutionary and post-Soviet legacies is carved out as a key feature of Eurasian cities. Thanks to fascinating documents, the editors hope to stimulate critical discussions besides and beyond the rare media reports about urban transformation in Eurasian cities.

Urban Eurasia. Cities in Transformation is a journey to urban spaces, places, and people in the global and highly dynamic, but often forgotten region between Europe and Asia. Intriguing photo-graphs and evidence-based reports give a nuanced account to experiences of urban change in cities of the post-Soviet countries. Focusing on the topics of cit-ies and networks, urban housing, econ-omies as well as urban diversity and conflicts, the book tracks common and differentiated patterns, processes, and effects of urban developments in space and society. The multiplicity and assem-blage of Soviet, pre-revolutionary and post-Soviet legacies is carved out as a key feature of Eurasian cities. Thanks to fascinating documents, the editors hope to stimulate critical discussions besides and beyond the rare media reports about urban transformation in Eurasian cities.

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