Changing Places: Urbanity, Citizenship & Ideology in New European Neighbourhoods

Published at: 15 November 2011

Edited by Marco Cremaschi and Frank Eckardt

Changing Places investigates the process of change in European neighbourhoods over the last twenty years, both newly and purposely built neighbourhoods and redeveloped ones. It shows that change takes many varied and complex paths, rather than the mainstream simplified model of general urban evolution.

Changing Places collects a series of case studies, and includes various European cities such as Marseille, Rome Naples, Warsaw, Frankfurt, Athens, Copenhagen, Lisbon, and Orestad, thus providing a broad European overview.

Summary at: http://www.technepress.nl/pdf/65.toc.pdf

October 2011 236 pages softbound European Urban Research Series Vol.3 ISBN: 978-90-8594-037-1 Techne Press http://www.technepress.nl/publications.php?id=65

Changing Places: Urbanity, Citizenship & Ideology in New European Neighbourhoods