Item Number: 144614
Title: Cities and Creativity from the Renaissance to the Present
Author: Van Damme, Ilja (et al)
Record created on 02/16/2017
Description: London-New York: Routledge, 2017. 24cm., hardcover, 275pp., 24 b&w illus.
Contents: 1. Cities of a Lesser God - Opening the Black-Box of Creative Cities and Their Agency, Ilja Van Damme and Bert De Munck. 2. Reflections on the Origins, Interpretations and Development of the Creative City Idea, Franco Bianchini. 3. The Urban Imaginary as a Social and Economic Factor - Renaissance Cities and the Fabrication of Quality, Fifteenth-Seventeenth Century, Bert De Munck and Anna Bellavitis. 4. In Search of the New Rome? - Creative Cities and Early Modern Travel Behaviour, Gerrit Verhoeven. 5. Cultural Creativity and Symbolic Economy in Early Modern Naples - Music and Theatre as Cultural Industries, Alida Clemente and Rossella del Prete. 6. Mirroring Two Golden Ages - Values and Visions in Seventeenth- and Nineteenth- Century Amsterdam, Claartje Rasterhoff. 7. Manufacturing Innovation as Spatial Culture - Sheffield's Cutlery Industry c.1750-1900, Sam Griffiths. 8. Paris and Bologna in the Nineteenth Century - A New Relationship Between Urban Culture and Industrialization, Francis Démier and Elena Musiani. 9. Grenoble, Capital of the Alps, Innovative City - An Innovation-Led Territorial Regime, Guy Saez. 10. Creating the Creative Urban Waterfront in Scandinavia - Harbour Areas from Industrial Multitude to Planned Creative Spaces, Mikkel Thelle. 11. The Venice International Film Festival and the City - Building a Cultural Tourist Destination by Juxtaposition, Giovanni Favero and Anna Moretti. 12. Building the Creative City - London's Southbank and the Archaeology of Creative Spaces, Kathy Williams and Dave O'Brian. 13. Creative Cities and the Infrastructural Fragmentation of Socio-Economic Space, Bas van Heur .
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