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The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History (The MIT Press) review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ [BOOKS] ✯ The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History (The MIT Press) Author Dolores Hayden – Dcmdirect.co.uk Based on her extensive experience in the Based on of Place PDF #201 her extensive experience in the urban communities of Los Angeles historian and architect Dolores Hayden proposes new perspectives on gender race and ethnicity to broaden the practice of public history and public art enlarge urban preservation and reorient the writing of urban history to The Power PDFEPUB or spatial strugglesIn the first part of The Power of Place Hayden outlines the elements of a social history of urban space to connect people's lives and livelihoods to the urban landscape as it changes over time She then explores how communities and professionals can tap the power Power of Place Kindle #216 of historic urban landscapes to nurture public memoryThe second part documents a decade of resear. Using Los Angeles as a case study based in her own professional projects Hayden argues for shifting the public history paradigm in urban places to acknowledge a diversely gendered racial and ethnic past The case studies are preceded by a brief examination of urban public history in other American locations Hayden's text is accessible to a broad readership but at times the narrative might have benefited from greater depth of exploration

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Ch and practice Power of Place Urban Landscapes Epubby The Power of Place a nonprofit organization Hayden founded in downtown Los Angeles Through public meetings walking tours artists's books and permanent public sculpture as well as architectural preservation Power of Place Urban Landscapes Epubteams of historians designers planners and artists worked together to understand preserve and commemorate urban landscape history as African American Latina and Asian American families have experienced itOne project celebrates the urban homestead of Biddy Mason an African American ex slave and midwife active betwen and Another reinterprets the Embassy Theater where Rose Pesotta Luisa Moreno and Josefina Fierro de Bright organized Latina dr. Hayden provides a nice summary of public history projects she has undertaken Her emphasis is on including women and minorities in public history projects She also gives a great assessment on how to use the physical landscape to determine what types of projects are incorporated

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The Power of Place Urban Landscapes as Public History The MIT PressEssmakers and cannery workers in the s and s A third chapter tells the story of a historic district where Japanese American family businesses flourished from the s to the s Each project deals with bitter memoriesslavery repatriation internmentbut shows how citizens survived and persevered to build an urban life for themselves their families and their communitiesDrawing on many similar efforts around the United States from New York to Charleston Seattle to Cincinnati Hayden finds a broad new movement across urban preservation public history and public art to accept American diversity at the heart of the vernacular urban landscape She provides dozens of models for creative urban history projects in cities and towns across the countr. great book to use at the university