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Port cities : dynamic landscapes and global networks

Author: Carola Hein; Routledge.
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2011.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carola Hein; Routledge.
ISBN: 9780415780438 0415780438
OCLC Number: 904764168
Description: XIII, 285 s. : il. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Changing Urban Patterns in Port Cities: History, Present, and Future Carola Hein Part I: Port Cities: Global Networks and Urban Form 2. Migration, Trade and the Atlantic Port Cities Patrick O'Flanagan 3. Shipping Chinatowns and Container Terminals Lars Amenda 4. Seaport Cities Dirk Schubert 5. Port Cities and the Global Exchange of Planning Ideas Stephen Ward Part 2: Regional Dynamics of Port Cities: Politics, People and the Built Environment 6. Trade, Politics and City Space(s) in Mediterranean Ports Athanasios Gekas and Mathieu Grenet 7. Mercantile Elites in the Ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam Huibert Schijf 8. Treaty Ports of China Johnathan Farris 9. Staring at the Sea, Staring at the Land Malte Fuhrmann 10. Town Planning, Architecture, and Migration in the Port Cities of the Suez Canal Area Celine Fremaux Part 3: Landscapes of the Port City: Global case studies 11. Hamburg's waterfront redevelopment Carola Hein 12. New York City: How its Port Shaped Its Architecture Carol Krinsky 13. Hong Kong: Transformative Image as a Port City Marisa Yiu 14. Dubai's Jebel Ali Port: Trade, Territory and Infrastructure Stephen Ramos 14. Conclusions: Patterns of Global Architecture in Port Cities Carola Hein
Responsibility: ed. Carola Hein.


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