By Nicolas Kenny,Rebecca Madgin,Nicolas, Dr Kenny,Rebecca, Dr Madgin
Drawing on a physique of analysis masking essentially Europe and the Americas, yet stretching additionally to Asia and Africa, from the mid-eighteenth century to the current, this e-book explores the methodological and heuristic implications of learning towns when it comes to each other. relocating fluidly among comparative and transnational tools, in addition to throughout local and nationwide strains, the individuals to this quantity exhibit the need of this broader view in assessing not only the basics of city lifestyles, the way in which towns are occupied and organised every day, but additionally the city mindscape, the best way towns are imagined and represented. In doing so the amount offers worthwhile insights into the benefits and barriers of utilizing a number of towns to shape old inquiries.
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Cities Beyond Borders: Comparative and Transnational Approaches to Urban History by Nicolas Kenny,Rebecca Madgin,Nicolas, Dr Kenny,Rebecca, Dr Madgin