Imagining the City, Volume 2

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Contents: Christian Emden/Catherine Keen/David Midgley: Introduction – Gil P. Klein: Oral Towns: Rabbinic Discourse and the Understanding of the Late Antique Jewish City – Jenny Rahel Oesterle: Topography of Sacral Space in the Middle Ages: Ottonian Bishop Towns and the Fatimid Capital Cairo – Catherine Keen: Boundaries and Belonging: Imagining Urban Identity in Medieval Italy – Ruth Schilling: Asserting the Boundaries: Defining the City and its Territory by Political Ritual – Alex Dougherty: Theatre, City, and the Baroque Imagination – Claire Daméry/Sylvie Miaux: The Panorama in the City: ‘Itinerary’ of a Patrimonial Place – Carolyn Steel: Feeding the Great Wen: An Alimental Portrait of Eighteenth-Century London – Alexander Kossert: ‘Promised Land’? Urban Myth and the Shaping of Modernity in Industrial Cities: Manchester and Lodz – Janet Stewart: Exhibiting and Communicating the City: Imagining Berlin around 1900 – Hsiu-Ling Kuo:
Weltstadt
of National Socialist Germany: The Greater Berlin Project – Simon Ward: Sites of Memory, Sites of the Imagination: Monumental and Urban Space – Stephanie Warnke: The Cold War of City Landmarks: Architecture and the Media in Berlin, 1950-70 – Toni Lorenzen: Marzahn in the Mind: An Analysis of the Imaginary Potential of a Housing District in the North-East of Berlin – Oscar J. Martinez: Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: Images of a Legendary Border City – Heidi Hein: The Idea of Lviv as a Bulwark against the East – Mireille Senn: Venice: Subject or Object of Memory? – Jenny Burns: Provisional Constructions of the Eternal City: Figurations of Rome in Recent Italophone Writing.
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Imagining the City, Volume 2

The Politics of Urban Space

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

10.10.2006

Herausgeber

Christian Emden + weitere

Verlag

Peter Lang Group AG, International Academic Publishers

Seitenzahl

390

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

10.10.2006

Herausgeber

Verlag

Peter Lang Group AG, International Academic Publishers

Seitenzahl

390

Maße (L/B/H)

22/15/2,2 cm

Gewicht

540 g

Auflage

1

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-03910-533-5

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  • Imagining the City, Volume 2

  • Contents: Christian Emden/Catherine Keen/David Midgley: Introduction – Gil P. Klein: Oral Towns: Rabbinic Discourse and the Understanding of the Late Antique Jewish City – Jenny Rahel Oesterle: Topography of Sacral Space in the Middle Ages: Ottonian Bishop Towns and the Fatimid Capital Cairo – Catherine Keen: Boundaries and Belonging: Imagining Urban Identity in Medieval Italy – Ruth Schilling: Asserting the Boundaries: Defining the City and its Territory by Political Ritual – Alex Dougherty: Theatre, City, and the Baroque Imagination – Claire Daméry/Sylvie Miaux: The Panorama in the City: ‘Itinerary’ of a Patrimonial Place – Carolyn Steel: Feeding the Great Wen: An Alimental Portrait of Eighteenth-Century London – Alexander Kossert: ‘Promised Land’? Urban Myth and the Shaping of Modernity in Industrial Cities: Manchester and Lodz – Janet Stewart: Exhibiting and Communicating the City: Imagining Berlin around 1900 – Hsiu-Ling Kuo:
    Weltstadt
    of National Socialist Germany: The Greater Berlin Project – Simon Ward: Sites of Memory, Sites of the Imagination: Monumental and Urban Space – Stephanie Warnke: The Cold War of City Landmarks: Architecture and the Media in Berlin, 1950-70 – Toni Lorenzen: Marzahn in the Mind: An Analysis of the Imaginary Potential of a Housing District in the North-East of Berlin – Oscar J. Martinez: Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: Images of a Legendary Border City – Heidi Hein: The Idea of Lviv as a Bulwark against the East – Mireille Senn: Venice: Subject or Object of Memory? – Jenny Burns: Provisional Constructions of the Eternal City: Figurations of Rome in Recent Italophone Writing.