davis: city of quartz dt.
3) new york
4) die stadt im film
7) konzepte der stadtplanung
8) snow crash usw.
9) subkulturen new
york / berlin
10) münster in 50 jahren
Up Above: The
Geography of Suburban Sprawl in Southern California’s Antelope Valley
An extensive examination of the perils of sprawl
development in Southern California’s Mojave Desert.
'Burbs, Blockbusting, and Blacks
Morphosis of the post-war American city.
of the Alligator
New York has the number one scare story of all
big cities. It is the story of the alligators in the sewers, a well
known urban myth. It tells us everything we need to know about our attitudes
The American Earthquake
Mike Davis and the politics of disaster.
Las Vegas: Too many people in the wrong place,
celebrating waste as a way of life.
When The Rivers Ran Dry
We may be the most reckless and suicidal overconsumers
of water in world history.
Build it in Southern California's foothills, and it will
Let Malibu Burn
A political history of the Fire Coast.
The Incendiary Other
The 1993 Malibu firestorms opened a Pandora's
box of fear.
World Fire, vol. 4, Cycle
Anthropogenic fire is more than a tool, it is
a conscious geological power.
A consumer's guide to the destruction of Los Angeles.
Monsters and Messiahs
Too often we equate wildness with urban disorder.
The art of ADOBE L.A.
Runaway Train Crushes Buses
Los Angeles County's Metropolitan Transportation Authority
and the biggest transportation fiasco in modern American history.
Kajima's Throne of Blood
A struggle against an arrogant empire with a dark
history, known as Kajima.
Hell factories in the field
A prison-industrial complex.
Urban Control and The Ecology of Fear (link
Lecture, UC Berkeley,
Notes from a lecture.
About Mike Davis
Out of Control
This is not an essay about L.A. It's about movies.
Barricading our cities, and our minds.
The Bank of America’s ballyhood denunciation of
suburban sprawl: “New patterns of growth to fit the new California.”
Tour of San Francisco
A brief self-guided walking tour of San Francisco
for the geographically inclined.
We gotta change the way we live.
Turning Point Project
R U T :
Radical Urban Theory