Imperial Cities Landscape, Display and Identity
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Description: This work explores the influence of imperialism in the landscapes of modern European cities. Many still have signs of their imperial past in their architecture and monuments as well as in the way their identities are understood.
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Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Publication date: 7/10/2003
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Imperial Cities: Overlapping Territories, Intertwined Histories|
|'A Grand Work of Noble Conception': The Victoria Memorial and Imperial London|
|Empire in Modern Rome: Shaping and Remembering An Imperial City, 1870-1911|
|Capitale Du Plasir: The Remaking of Imperial Paris|
|The Potemkin City: Tourist Images of Late Imperial Vienna|
|Imperial Visions: Rebuilding The Bank of England 1919-39|
|Staging the Imperial City: The Pageant of London, 1911|
|'Capital of the Colonies': Real and Imagined Boundaries Between Metropole and Empire in 1920s Marseilles|
|Commemorating Empire in Twentieth-Century Seville|
|Portable Iron Structures and Uncertain Colonial Spaces At the Sydenham Crystal Palace|
|'The Scenery of the Torrid Zone': Imagined Travels and the Culture of the Exotics in Nineteenth Century British Gardens|
|'The Second City of the Empire': Glasgow--Imperial Municipality|
|Sartorial Spectacle: Clothing and Masculine Identities in the Imperial City, 1860-1914|
|Anti-Imperial London: The Pan-African Conference of 1900|
|Afterword--Postcolonial Times: The Visible and the Invisible|