Imagining the City, Volume 1

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Contents: Christian J. Emden/Catherine Keen/David Midgley: Introduction – Peter Burke: Imagining Identity in the Early Modern City – Síofra Pierse: The City for Voltaire and Rousseau 1776-1778: The Imaginings of Old Age – Hannah Thompson: The Monster and the Monument in Victor Hugo’s Paris – Anthony Phelan: Reading Paris: Political Hermeneutics in Heine’s Lutezia – Simon Kemp: Urban Hell: Infernal Cities in Modern French Literature – Cornelia Ruhe: Premeditated Cities: The Imaginary of the Metropolis – Susanne Hauser: Controlling the Modern City – Silke Arnold-de Simine: Remembering the Future: Utopian and Dystopian Aspects of Glass and Iron Architecture in Walter Benjamin, Paul Scheerbarth, and W. G. Sebald – Franz Bauer: De Chirico as Architect: Space and Void in Conceptions of the City between the World Wars – Davide Deriu: The Ascent of the Modern Planeur: Aerial Images and Urban Imaginary in the 1920s – Steven Jacobs: From Flâneur to Chauffeur: Driving Through Cinematic Cities – Kristin Veel: CyberCitizen: Urban Identity in Net Art – Anna Schober: Political Squats: Cinema and City as Movers of the Real – Jill Fenton: Contemporary Surrealist Geographies of Utopia and Dystopia – Geneviève Québriac: The City: A Space for Event-Related Encounters – Yvonne Houy: The Situationist Metro/Electro Polis: Re-Imagining Urban Spaces in the Twenty-First Century.
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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

15.05.2006

Herausgeber

Christian Emden + weitere

Verlag

Peter Lang Group AG, International Academic Publishers

Seitenzahl

348

Beschreibung

Portrait

The Editors: Christian Emden is Assistant Professor of German Studies at Rice University. Educated at the Universities of Konstanz and Cambridge, he was a Research Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (2000-2003).
Catherine Keen is Lecturer in Italian at University College London. After completing doctoral and post-doctoral studies at Cambridge, she lectured in Italian at the Universities of Leeds and Bristol before moving to University College London.
David Midgley is Reader in German Literature and Culture at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge. He studied at Oxford (DPhil 1975) and was a Humboldt Scholar in 1979.

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

15.05.2006

Herausgeber

Verlag

Peter Lang Group AG, International Academic Publishers

Seitenzahl

348

Maße (L/B/H)

22,5/14,9/1,8 cm

Gewicht

480 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-03910-532-8

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  • Imagining the City, Volume 1
  • Contents: Christian J. Emden/Catherine Keen/David Midgley: Introduction – Peter Burke: Imagining Identity in the Early Modern City – Síofra Pierse: The City for Voltaire and Rousseau 1776-1778: The Imaginings of Old Age – Hannah Thompson: The Monster and the Monument in Victor Hugo’s Paris – Anthony Phelan: Reading Paris: Political Hermeneutics in Heine’s Lutezia – Simon Kemp: Urban Hell: Infernal Cities in Modern French Literature – Cornelia Ruhe: Premeditated Cities: The Imaginary of the Metropolis – Susanne Hauser: Controlling the Modern City – Silke Arnold-de Simine: Remembering the Future: Utopian and Dystopian Aspects of Glass and Iron Architecture in Walter Benjamin, Paul Scheerbarth, and W. G. Sebald – Franz Bauer: De Chirico as Architect: Space and Void in Conceptions of the City between the World Wars – Davide Deriu: The Ascent of the Modern Planeur: Aerial Images and Urban Imaginary in the 1920s – Steven Jacobs: From Flâneur to Chauffeur: Driving Through Cinematic Cities – Kristin Veel: CyberCitizen: Urban Identity in Net Art – Anna Schober: Political Squats: Cinema and City as Movers of the Real – Jill Fenton: Contemporary Surrealist Geographies of Utopia and Dystopia – Geneviève Québriac: The City: A Space for Event-Related Encounters – Yvonne Houy: The Situationist Metro/Electro Polis: Re-Imagining Urban Spaces in the Twenty-First Century.