Table of contents for Werner Hegemann and the search for universal urbanism / Christiane Crasemann Collins.

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7 Acknowledgments
9 Preface
11 Sources
is 1. A Transatlantic Education
15 Prussia to Pennsylvania
19 Boston 1915
32 2. A New Discipline
32 A Master Plan for "Metropolis"
35 Hegemann and the Invention of the City Planning Exhibition
46 "The Task of Town Building Is an International One ...
and Every Nation May Contribute to Our Knowledge."
58 Conceptual Consequences of the Universal Exhibition
68 Fiir Gross-Berlin
81 Color Plates
85 3. New Worlds
85 The Lecture Tour of 1913
115 Hegemann & Peets, City Planning and Landscape Architects
139 The. American Vitruvius: An Architect's Handbook of Civic Art
146 4. Theory and Crticism
146 Back to a Broken Continent
152 Wasmuth Verlag
157 Amerikanismus and the Frank Lloyd Wright Debate
167 Mendelsohn, "One of the Most Inventive among Modern
179 Conflicting Visions of the Modern City
192 Pitfalls of Criticism
211 Modernism: Style or Function
226 Race and Culture
240 5. ife In Ideological Times
240 Alemannenstrasse 21
252 Urban Interchange in the Southern Cone
265 Romanticism, Classicism, Style, or Virtue
276 The Stones of Berlin
291 Hegemann, Belletrist
304 Berlin 1933
322 6. Exile
322 New York and the New School for Social Research
326 Refugee without Refuge
330 Academic Prospects
341 "Housing": Full Circle
362 An Untimely Death

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Hegemann, Werner, 1881-1936, City planners Germany Biography, City planning History