“The Urban Revolution”

  title={“The Urban Revolution”},
  author={Vere Gordon Childe},
  journal={The City Reader},
  • V. Childe
  • Published 1 April 1950
  • History
  • The City Reader
Urbanising disaster governance The politics of risks in the foothills of Santiago Fuentealba
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Towards a theory of urban design under neoliberalism design
ix List of Acronyms xi List of Figures xii List of Tables xiv CHAPTER
Beyond “Complete Urbanization:” Uncertainty, the New ‘Urban-Rural Connectivity’, and the Garden City Model
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Racial Evolution of an Urban Planet: Scenes From the North American Frontier
  • Elvin Wyly
  • History
    Frontiers in Sustainable Cities
  • 2022
In the Summer of 2020, as the latest coronavirus quickened its evolutionary journeys through the human mobilities of planetary urban systems, the research journal of the U.S. Department of Housing
Henri Lefebvre’s Critique of Le Corbusier’s Urban Functionalism
  • F. Biagi
  • History
    International Critical Thought
  • 2021
In this article, the author focuses on Henri Lefebvre’s critique of urban functionalism, whose “founding father” is recognized as Le Corbusier. The aim is to explain how Lefebvre studied urban
A critical Lefebvrian perspective on planning in relation to informal settlements in South Africa
Informal settlements intersect with spatial planning when they are placed on a trajectory towards permanent upgrading. In South Africa, the law requires this intersection to be as non-disruptive as
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This paper aims to expand critical urban theory and spatialized political economy through developing a new, broad-based theoretical explanation of homelessness and the informal housing of the
Reviewing History of Urban Form and Formation of Cities
The research article explores various concepts of urban form given by various authors across the world. The research emphasised on reviewing various authors and their understanding of urban form,
Revisiting the Right to the City, Rethinking Urban Environmentalism: From Lifeworld Environmentalism to Planetary Environmentalism
In the environmental politics literature, cities are commonly framed as key sites for a shift towards greater sustainability and urban grassroots initiatives, such as food co-ops, urban gardening