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The View from the Train
Essays by the iconic British filmmaker on the relationship between film, cities and landscape
n intriguing picture of an activist urbanism and architecture that has made a real difference.” – Edwin Heathcote,
Rousing manifesto on the city and the commons from the acclaimed theorist
Edward W. Soja
“One of the most challenging and stimulating books ever written.”—David Harvey
Groundbreaking theory of uneven geographical development.
The History of Forgetting
Norman M. Klein
Analysis, photography and fiction combine in a bracing portrait of LA.
Planet of Slums
The celebrated urban historian’s bestselling account of the global explosion of slums.
The Limits to Capital
A major rereading of Marx’s critique of political economy, newly updated.
City of Quartz
This new edition of Mike Davis’s visionary work gives an update on Los Angeles as the city hits the 21st century.
Spaces of Global Capitalism
An essential introduction to the field of historical geography.
Glitter Stucco & Dumpster Diving
A free-wheeling guided tour to the cityscape of Southern California, grounding architecture as a multidisciplinary art.
A Civilian Occupation
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Israeli architects, scholars, journalists, and photographers highlight the role of architecture in the Middle East conflict.
Late Victorian Holocausts
“Eloquent and passionate, this is a veritable Black Book of liberal capitalism.”—Tariq Ali