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Architectural Technology | Architecture | Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis | Environmental Design | Landscape Architecture | Other Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
A two-day conference on the benefits of creating urbanity in weak-market cities gathers twenty-one international experts in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design, as well as planning, policy, finance, economics, and real estate development. Participants share strategies for cities whose urban character has devolved radically due to economic, demographic, and physical change - cities that are now considered "formerly urban."
Robbins, Mark; Miner, Stephanie; Cantor, Nancy; Czerniak, Julia; Petrucci, Darren; Wolff, Jane; Clutter, McLain; Morrison, Hunter; Rich, Damon; Griffin, Toni L.; and Mitchell, Don, "Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust Belt Futures" (2010). School of Architecture - All Scholarship. 207.
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