1st Edition

Iberian Cities

Edited By Joan Ramon Resina Copyright 2001

    This multi-disciplinary study explores the explosion of cultural, social, linguistic, and architectural development in urban and rural settlements on and surrounding the Iberian peninsula during the 20th century.

    Chapter 1: Tough Beauty: Bilbao as Ruin, Architecture, and Allegory; Chapter 2: Santiago de Compostela or the Obsession with Identity; Chapter 3: A Walk about Lisbon; Chapter 4: Getting to Salamanca (and Away): One Approach, Nine Vistas, and a Retrospective that Does Not Take Place; Chapter 5: Madrid's Palimpsest: Reading the Capital against the Grain; Chapter 6: Madrid: From “Años de Hambre” to Years of Desire; Chapter 7: A Sad Diagnosis of a Sad Town: Granada and the Dream of the Recumbent Woman; Chapter 8: Modern Spaces:Building Barcelona; Chapter 9: A Walk through Identity in the Gardens of Catalonia; Chapter 10: Valencia: Cultural Spaces, Economics, and Territory


    Joan Ramon Resina