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Contemporary Archaeology and the City: Creativity, Ruination, and Political Action

By: McATACKNEY, LauraContributor(s): RYZEWSKI, KrystaPublication details: New York Oxford University Press 2017Edition: 1stISBN: 9780000000000Subject(s): Archaeology--Public opinion | Cultural Heritage Management | Urban archaeology | Urbanization--Social aspects
Contents:
Introduction: Contemporary Archaeology and the City: Creativity, Ruination, and Political Action, Laura McAtackney and Krysta RyzewskiSECTION I: CREATIVITY 1. Artist Spaces in Berlin: Defining and Redefining a City through Contemporary Archaeology, Carolyn L. White and Steven Seidenberg2. Cultural Heritage and Political Ecology: A Modest Proposal from Istanbul via Detroit, Ian Alden Russell3. Making Music in Detroit: Archaeology, Popular Music, and Post-Industrial Heritage, Krysta RyzewskiSECTION II: RUINATION 4. Embers from the House of Blazes: Fragments, Relics, Ruins of Chicago, Rebecca S. Graff5. Commemorating Melbourne's Past: Constructing and Contesting Space, Time, and Public Memory in Contemporary Parkscapes, Brian Shanahan and Madeline Shanahan6. Ruined by the Thirst for Urban Prosperity: Contemporary Archaeology of City Water Systems, April M. Beisaw7. Ruins of the South, Alfredo Gonzalez-RuibalSECTION III: POLITICAL ACTION 8. Creative Destruction and Neoliberal Landscapes: Postindustrial Archaeologies Beyond Ruins, Sefryn Penrose9. Repercussions of Differential Deindustrialisation in the City: Memory and Identity in Contemporary East Belfast, Laura McAtackney10. A Renaissance with Revenants: Images Gathered from the ruins of Cape Town's Districts One and Six, Christian Ernsten11. Encountering Home: A Contemporary Archaeology of Homelessness, Courtney Singleton12. The Optimism of Absence: An Archaeology of Displacement, Effacement, and Modernity, Paul R. MullinsConclusion, Krysta Ryzewski and Laura McAtackneyIndex
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Introduction: Contemporary Archaeology and the City: Creativity, Ruination, and Political Action, Laura McAtackney and Krysta RyzewskiSECTION I: CREATIVITY 1. Artist Spaces in Berlin: Defining and Redefining a City through Contemporary Archaeology, Carolyn L. White and Steven Seidenberg2. Cultural Heritage and Political Ecology: A Modest Proposal from Istanbul via Detroit, Ian Alden Russell3. Making Music in Detroit: Archaeology, Popular Music, and Post-Industrial Heritage, Krysta RyzewskiSECTION II: RUINATION 4. Embers from the House of Blazes: Fragments, Relics, Ruins of Chicago, Rebecca S. Graff5. Commemorating Melbourne's Past: Constructing and Contesting Space, Time, and Public Memory in Contemporary Parkscapes, Brian Shanahan and Madeline Shanahan6. Ruined by the Thirst for Urban Prosperity: Contemporary Archaeology of City Water Systems, April M. Beisaw7. Ruins of the South, Alfredo Gonzalez-RuibalSECTION III: POLITICAL ACTION 8. Creative Destruction and Neoliberal Landscapes: Postindustrial Archaeologies Beyond Ruins, Sefryn Penrose9. Repercussions of Differential Deindustrialisation in the City: Memory and Identity in Contemporary East Belfast, Laura McAtackney10. A Renaissance with Revenants: Images Gathered from the ruins of Cape Town's Districts One and Six, Christian Ernsten11. Encountering Home: A Contemporary Archaeology of Homelessness, Courtney Singleton12. The Optimism of Absence: An Archaeology of Displacement, Effacement, and Modernity, Paul R. MullinsConclusion, Krysta Ryzewski and Laura McAtackneyIndex

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