Next month . . .We’ll look at self-reinforcement of disparity, with a look at the locked-in nature of racism in Daria Roithmayr’s Reproducing Racism.
Lisa and David read from the following cities:Perinthia (Cities & the Sky) Andria (Cities & the Sky) Sophronia (Thin Cities) Trude (Continuous Cities) Ersilia (Trading Cities) Tamara (Cites & Signs) Hypatia (Cities & Signs) Zora (Cities & Memory)
Links:Some inspired images Invisible Cities: Ersilia from Sara Muzio on Vimeo. Manuel Castells – USC Research Associate Professor of Communication
The Network Society: A Cross-Cultural Perspective – July 30, 2005 by Manuel Castells (Editor)The prevalence of harmful content on outdoor advertising in Los Angeles: land use, community characteristics, and the spatial inequality of a public health nuisance by Lowery, Bryce C; Sloane, David C. American journal of public health, 04/2014, Volume 104, Issue 4 Social constuction of the experience economy: The spatial ecology of outdoor advertising in Los Angeles by Lowery, Bryce C.View Profile. University of Southern California, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2014. 3628234. The Past is a Foreign Country by David Lowenthal.
Of Further Interest:Hear Italo Calvino Read Selections From Invisible Cities, Mr. Palomar & Other Enchanting Fictions Seeing Calvino
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