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Author Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference (14th : 2018 : RMIT University, Melbourne)

Title Remaking cities : urban history planning history : proceedings of the 14th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference 2018 / editors Ian McShane, Elizabeth Taylor, Libby Porter and Ian Woodcock
Published Melbourne, Vic : Australasian Urban History Group and the RMIT Centre for Urban Research, 2018
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Contents The City as Nature and the Nature of the City -- Beyond Restoration to 21 St Century Bio-Cities -- Making Change: Urban Agricultural Connections -- Home Economics: Semi-legal Catalysts for Regional City Regeneration -- Remaking Community: Building Principles of Communal Tenure into Contemporary Housing Developments -- Planning for Rural Land Use and the Stages of Productivism in Emerging Multi-Functional Regions -- Transforming Post-Industrial Cremorne: The Potential of Urban Mixity Discussed via an Exemplary Melbourne Inner-Suburb -- Indigenous Belonging in the City: Recreating Mapuche Spaces in Santiago de Chile -- Clustering, Concourse and Collectives: Ruth and Maurie Crow's Alternative Planning Imaginary for Melbourne --Winning from Second - What Geelong Can Learn from International Second Cities -- Lost [in] Arcadia: Regenerating Melbourne's Nineteenth-Century Shopping Arcades Since the 1950s -- What lay beneath? -- In the Shadow of Metropolitan Planning: Local Plan Making in Melbourne, 1946 to 1976 -- Adaptive Master Planning: Making and Remaking the UNSW Campus 1949-1959 -- Professionalising Planning: The Town and Country Planning Institute of NSW 1934-1953 -- Remaking Adelaide's West End: The Contributions of the University of South Australia's City West Campus, Stage One -- Labs and Slabs: Planning the Medical Precinct at The University Of Melbourne, 1952-1969 -- Urban Fringe Claypits: Effects of Claypit Sites on Urban Form in Melbourne -- The Authorship of Space: The Role of Key Individuals and Projects that Transformed Melbourne -- Crown and Country: Negotiating the Third Space -- Can Australian Shopping Centres Sustain the Small and Medium Enterprises in the Digital Economy? -- Henry Krongold and Lincolnville: Tracing The Development of a New Residential Estate in Post-War Suburban Melbourne -- Making Something of a Hole in the Ground: The Re-Use of Basalt Quarries in Melbourne's Western Suburbs -- Remaking an Industrial River for a City's Populace: When a Newspaper Campaign (Briefly) Turned Melbourne into a Riverside City -- The Ruins Caused a Catch in the Throat as Memories Came Flooding In': Melbourne's Bread and Cheese Club and Postwar Literary Urban Conservationism -- Reflections on the Provision of Certainty in Melbourne Metropolitan Planning: 1921-Present -- "Town and Gown Concordat?": Notre Dame and the Re-making of the City of Fremantle -- Core, Courtyard, Grid: Civic Form and the (Late) Modern Campus in Australia -- Housing Reform and Classical Liberal Governmentality Before the Social Housing Era -- Up and Out: How Speculation Continues to Remake Melbourne -- Advocating Transformation: The Role of Coordinated Visions for Creative and Knowledge Precincts in Melbourne -- From Planning to Wildlife Gardening: Evolving Approaches to Fostering Urban Biodiversity -- Provenance - Emergence, Emulations and Disjunctions in Urban Melbourne -- 'It's The Bottom Of The World And That's That' -- Fighting the Good Fight: Ruth and Morrie Crow Then and Now -- Urban Aboriginal Identity: "I Can't See the Durt (Stars) in the City" -- Redefining an Institution: History of the Social and Urban Role of the Library -- Pursuing Planning in Regional Tasmania: The Case of Devonport 1915-1945 -- Dredging Up History: The Remaking of Melbourne's Swampy Landscapes -- "An alternative solution": Self-Provisioned Dwellings on Sydney's Suburban Fringe 1945-1960 -- Remaking the Victorian Horticultural Discipline: The Role of Ina Higgins in Advancing Women in Horticulture -- She'll Be Right': Complexity, Energy, and the Urban Metabolism of a Fragile Melbourne -- Wadawurrung Landscapes in Victorian Planning Processes -- Lindsay Dixon Pryor: Setting Foundations for Australian Campus Landscapes -- Brimbank Rising: From a History of Failed Local Councils, Officers and Administrators Promote and Support Sunshine Rising -- Remaking Sirius: The Power of Community in the Face of Change -- Maps Made by Temperance: The Legacy of 'Local Option' Controls on Alcohol in Melbourne -- "Making it" in the Melbourne music scene: post-punk and post-post-punk -- What the Stones Tell Us: Aboriginal Stone Sites, Indigenous Landscapes and CountrIES in the Face of Urban Sprawl -- Making Modern Jewish Melbourne -- North Hobart Residents Action: A Reflective Analysis of the Process of Informing and Working with Residents -- Utopia or Dystopia: A Contested Space on Sydney's Urban Frontier -- A Tale of Three Cities - Aboriginal, European and Chinese Geelong
Summary "Remaking Cities was the theme of the 14th Urban History Planning History conference, a biennial and multi-disciplinary gathering of scholars and practitioners with interests in the histories of cities and urban planning." -- Introduction
Notes "Biennial conference Melbourne Jan 31 - Feb 2 2018" -- Cover
Subject City planning -- Australasia -- Congresses.
Cities and towns -- History -- Congresses.
City planning -- Conservation and restoration -- Australasia -- Congresses.
Land use -- Australasia -- Planning -- Congresses.
Architecture and society -- Congresses.
City planning -- Congresses.
Urban ecology (Sociology) -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author McShane, Ian, 1942- editor
Taylor, Elizabeth, editor
Porter, Libby, author
Woodcock, Ian, editor
RMIT University. Centre for Urban Research, issuing body
ISBN 9780995379114
Other Titles Proceedings of the 14th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference 2018
Remaking cities conference proceedings 2018