Table of contents for Culture, urbanism, and planning / edited by Javier Monclus and Manuel Guardia.

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Contents
List of figures
List of tables
List of contributors
Introduction
F. Javier Monclús and Manuel Guardia
I. Historical and Cultural Perspectives
1	History Builds the Town: On the Uses of History in Twentieth Century 
City Planning 
Michael Hebbert and Wolfgang Sonne
2	The Cultural Dimension of Urban Planning Strategies: an historical 
perspective
	Robert Freestone and Chris Gibson
3	Speak, Culture! - Culture in Planning¿s Past, Present and Future
	Greg Young
II. Images and Heritages
4	Capital Cities and Culture: Evolution of twentieth-century capital 
 city planning
	David L.A. Gordon
5	The Power of Anticipation: Itinerant Images of Metropolitan Futures
 Buenos Aires 1900-1920
	Margarita Gutman
6	Words and history: controversies on urban heritage in Italy
	Giorgio Piccinato
7	Urban Destruction or Preservation?
	Conservation Movement and Planning in 20th Century Scandinavian Capitals
	Laura Kolbe
8	Planning the Historic City: 1960s Plans for Bath and York
	John Pendelbury
9	Multiple Exposures or New Cultural Values?
	European Historical Centres and Recent Immigration Fluxes
	Alessandro Scarnato
10	New Urbanism and Planning History: Back to the Future
	Christopher Silver
III. Cultural Urbanism and Planning Strategies
11	Branding the City of Culture - the Death of City Planning?
	Graeme Evans
12	International Exhibitions and Planning. Hosting large-scale events as 
place promotion and as catalysts of urban regeneration
 F. Javier Monclús
13	Contemporary Urban Spectacularisation
 Lilian Vaz and Paula Berenstein
14	Culture, tradition and modernity in the Latin American city. 
Some recent experiences.
	Roberto Segre
15	¿Cities are fun!¿: inventing and spreading the Baltimore model 
of cultural urbanism
	Stephen Ward
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

City planning -- History.
City planning -- Social aspects.
Cities and towns.
Culture.