By Jessica Joyce Christie, Jelena Bogdanovic, Eulogio Guzmán
Political Landscapes of Capital Cities blends the historic, political, and cultural narratives of capital towns resembling Bangkok, Cusco, Rome, and Tehran with a cautious visible research, hinging at the methodological instruments of not just architectural and concrete layout but in addition cultural, historiographical, and anthropological experiences. the gathering presents additional how you can conceive of ways approaches of urbanization, monumentalization, ritualization, naturalization, and unification affected capitals another way with no wasting snatch of neighborhood detailed architectural and spatial beneficial properties. The essays additionally articulate the numerous advanced political and ideological agendas of a various set of sovereign entities that deliberate, developed, displayed, and played their societal beliefs within the areas in their capitals, finally confirming that political authority is profoundly spatial.
Contributors: Jelena Bogdanovic, Jessica Joyce Christie, Talinn Grigor, Eulogio Guzmán, Gregor Kalas, Stephanie Pilat, Melody Rod-ari, Anne Parmly Toxey, Alexei Vranich