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Legitimating power in capital cities . Bucharest-continuity through radical change ?

@inproceedings{Bucica2003LegitimatingPI,
  title={Legitimating power in capital cities . Bucharest-continuity through radical change ?},
  author={Cristina Bucica and Student},
  year={2003}
}
  • Cristina Bucica, Student
  • Published 2003
  • In communist Rumania, the significant restructuring and transformation of the townscape that affected the capital city falls within a particular vision concerning the capacity of the city to represent a figure of power. Focusing on recent debates on the concept of power and public action, this paper propose a reflection on the capital city as a figure of power through the case-study of Bucharest under the communist regime and today. Beyond the apparent and unquestionable discontinuity of the… CONTINUE READING
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