Urbanism, Colonialism, and the World-Economy: Cultural and Spatial Foundations of the World Urban System

@inproceedings{King1990UrbanismCA,
  title={Urbanism, Colonialism, and the World-Economy: Cultural and Spatial Foundations of the World Urban System},
  author={Anthony D. King},
  year={1990}
}
1. Introduction: urbanism, colonialism and the world economy 2. Incorporating the periphery (1) colonial cities 3. Incorporating the periphery (2) urban planning in the colonies 4. Viewing the world as one (1) urban history and the world system 5. Viewing the world as one (2) culture and the political economy of urban form 6. Changes in the core (1) the global production of building form 7. Changes in the core (2) architecture, building and the new international division of labour. 

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