Table of contents for Global cities : cinema, architecture, and urbanism in a digital age / edited by Linda Krause and Patrice Petro.


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INTRODUCTION - 1
  Patrice Petro and Linda Krause



LEAD IN - GLOBAL CITIES IN A DIGITAL AGE


READING THE CITY IN A GLOBAL DIGITAL AGE - BETWEEN
TOPOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION AND SPATIALIZED POWER
PROJECTS - 15
  Saskia Sassen

COLLECTIVE MEMORY AND LOCALITY IN GLOBAL CITIES - 31
  Jennifer Jordan

GOBBLED UP AND GONE - CULTURAL PRESERVATION
AND THE GLOBAL CITY MARKETPLACE - 49
  Tasha G. Oren



VERNACULARS AND VERNACULAR MODERNISMS -
      LANGUAGE, ARCHITECTURE, AND CINEMA


LOS TOQUIS, OR URBAN BABEL - 71
  Natasa iurovicovd






TOO CLOSE TO HOME - NARUSE MIKIO AND JAPANESE
CINEMA OF THE 1950S - 87
  Catherine Russell

AUTHENTICITY AND GLOBALIZATION - 115
  John B. Hertz



GLOBAL FICTIONS AND URBAN IDENTITIES


GLOBAL CANNIBAL CITY MACHINES - RECENT VISIONS
OF URBAN/SOCIAL SPACE - 129
  Peter Sands

CINEMA, THE CITY, AND THE CINEMATIC - 142
  AckbarAbbas

CODES, COLLECTIVES, AND COMMODITIES - RETHINKING
GLOBAL CITIES AS METALOGISTICAL SPACES - 157
  Timothy W. Luke



FADEAWAY - ARCHITECTURAL VIEWS


SOME THOUGHTS ON CITIES - VISIONS AND PLANS - 177
  Jorge Annibal-Iribarne

ARCHITECTURE AND MEMORY - 185
  Jo Noero


NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS - 195
INDEX - 199





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cities and towns in art, Arts and globalization, Arts, Modern 20th century, Arts, Modern 21st century