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Cities in civilization / Peter Hall.

By: Hall, Peter.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Fromm International, 1998Description: xiii, 1169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780880642507 (pbk.); 0880642505 (pbk.).Subject(s): Cities and towns -- History | Cities and towns -- Growth -- History | Civilization | City and town lifeDDC classification: 307.7609 HAL Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Bk.1. The city as cultural crucible. Great cities in their golden ages ; The fountainhead, Athens 500-400 B.C. ; The rediscovery of life, Florence 1400-1500 ; The world as stage, London 1570-1620 ; The city as pleasure principle, Vienna 1780-1910 ; The capital of light, Paris 1870-1910 ; The invention of the Twentieth Century, Berlin 1918-1933 ; The key to creativity. Bk.2. The city as innovative milieu. The innovative milieu ; The first industrial city, Manchester 1760-1830 ; The conquest of the oceans, Glasgow 1770-1890 ; The pioneer technopolis, Berlin 1840-1930 ; The mass production of mobility, Detroit 1890-1915 ; The industrialization of information, San Francisco/​Palo Alto/​Berkeley 1950-1990 ; The state as permanent innovator, Tokyo-Kanagawa 1890-1990 ; The innovative essence. Bk.3. The marriage of art and technology. The invention of mass culture ; The dream factory, Los Angeles 1910-1945 ; The soul of the Delta, Memphis 1948-1956 ; The secret of the marriage. Bk.4. The establishment of the urban order. The challenge to the urban order ; The imperial capital, Rome 50 BC-AD 100 ; The utilitarian city, London 1825-1900 ; The city of perpetual public works, Paris 1850-1870 ; The apotheosis of the modern, New York 1880-1940 ; The city as freeway, Los Angeles 1900-1980 ; The social democratic utopia, Stockholm 1945-1980 ; The city of capitalism rampant, London 1979-1993 ; The achievement of the urban order. Bk.5. The union of art, technology, and organization. The city of the coming golden age.
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Includes bibliographical references (p [1051]-1134) and index.

Bk.1. The city as cultural crucible. Great cities in their golden ages ; The fountainhead, Athens 500-400 B.C. ; The rediscovery of life, Florence 1400-1500 ; The world as stage, London 1570-1620 ; The city as pleasure principle, Vienna 1780-1910 ; The capital of light, Paris 1870-1910 ; The invention of the Twentieth Century, Berlin 1918-1933 ; The key to creativity.
Bk.2. The city as innovative milieu. The innovative milieu ; The first industrial city, Manchester 1760-1830 ; The conquest of the oceans, Glasgow 1770-1890 ; The pioneer technopolis, Berlin 1840-1930 ; The mass production of mobility, Detroit 1890-1915 ; The industrialization of information, San Francisco/​Palo Alto/​Berkeley 1950-1990 ; The state as permanent innovator, Tokyo-Kanagawa 1890-1990 ; The innovative essence.
Bk.3. The marriage of art and technology. The invention of mass culture ; The dream factory, Los Angeles 1910-1945 ; The soul of the Delta, Memphis 1948-1956 ; The secret of the marriage.
Bk.4. The establishment of the urban order. The challenge to the urban order ; The imperial capital, Rome 50 BC-AD 100 ; The utilitarian city, London 1825-1900 ; The city of perpetual public works, Paris 1850-1870 ; The apotheosis of the modern, New York 1880-1940 ; The city as freeway, Los Angeles 1900-1980 ; The social democratic utopia, Stockholm 1945-1980 ; The city of capitalism rampant, London 1979-1993 ; The achievement of the urban order.
Bk.5. The union of art, technology, and organization. The city of the coming golden age.

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