6 edition of Sprawling Places found in the catalog.
January 25, 2008
by University of Georgia Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
That sense of possibility animates her new book, which is a loving tribute not just to a place or an institution but to an idea. “The publicness of the public library is . In the developing world, where population densities in urban sprawl areas is considering higher than in the suburbs of cities in the developed world, there are also significant public health issues, with the often insanitary living conditions enabling the spread of environmental diseases, while the lack of safe drinking water.
Sprawling areas tend to be devoid of historical and thoughtful architecture. In his book "The Geography of Nowhere," James Howard Kunstler rails . As contemporary science fiction’s (excuse us) foundational text and winner of the one-off Hugo Award for "Best All-Time Series,” .
X marks the spot: Robert Macfarlane on Treasure Island. In the beginning was the map. Robert Louis Stevenson drew it in the summer of to entertain his year-old stepson, Lloyd Osbourne, while on a rainy family holiday in Scotland. It depicts a rough-coasted island of woods, peaks, swamps and coves. Sprawling Places — New Haven Review By David Kolb (University of Georgia Press, ) In this polemic, philosopher and place theorist David Kolb deploys unconventional thinking in the service of what turn out to be commonsense ideas. Kolb finds distinctions where others assume homogeneity; his baseline act of discernment is toAuthor: Brian Sholis.
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Kolb agrees there is a lot not to like about many contemporary places, but to write them off simply as commodified "nonplaces" does not treat them critically. In Jacobellis v. Ohio, a Supreme Court case concerning a criminal law against "hard-core pornography," Justice Potter Stewart famously wrote that while he could not intelligibly define the term, "I know it when I see it" [source: Vogel].The same can be said for urban sprawl, a concept that for some is just as offensive and equally hard to explain, mostly because everyone seems.
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For themed places, all three dimensions of complexity are relevant. Themed places structurally depend on. sprawling definition: 1. (of a city) covered with buildings across a large area, often ones that have been added.
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