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Strangely Familiar: Narratives of Architecture in the City [Paperback]

Iain Borden , Joe Kerr , Alicia Pivaro , Jane Rendell


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Table of Contents

Foreword
By Adrian Forty
Introduction: Narratives of Architecture in the City
By Iain Borden, Joe Kerr, Alicia Pivaro, Jane Rendell
Contributors
Lenin's Bust! Unlikely Allies in Wartime London
By Joe Kerr
Well-Placed Women: Spaces of the Women's Movement in Victorian London
By Lynne Walker
The Stimulus of a Little Confusion: On Spuistraat, Amsterdam
By Edward W. Soja
"Industrious Females" & "Professional Beauties", or, Fine Articles for Sale in the Burlington Arcade
By Jane Rendell
Westway: Caught in the Speed Trap
By Sandy McCreery
Venice Metro
By Barry Curtis
The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History
By Dolores Hayden
Naples: The Emergent Archaic
By Iain Chambers
Sentences Upon Architecture
By Jonathan Charley
The Visible Cities of Sao Paulo
By Elisabetta Andreoli
Elected by the Property Owners: Redefining City Government in Mid-Town Manhattan
By William Menking
My Mother Lives Now in a Nursing Home
By Doreen Massey
Twice-Told Stories: The Double Erasure of Times Square
By M. Christine Boyer
Beneath the Pavement, the Beach: Skateboarding, Architecture and the Urban Realm
By Iain Borden
The Cafe: The Ultimate Bohemian Space
By Elizabeth Wilson
Bibliography
Manifestations
Acknowledgments

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