Lecture Tue 9-9-08

Lecture Tue 9-9-08 - Dualism: the Legacy of Colonialism?...

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Unformatted text preview: Dualism: the Legacy of Colonialism? PPD 250: Third World Cities Tuesday, September 9, 2008 Capitalism Colonialism Culture Planning Policy From 1600 to late 1800s Classical Mercantile Classic (pre- industrial) Pre- professional Assimilation Late 1800s to 1950s Monopoly Industrial & late industrial Modern Professional (large scale) Association 1960 on Multi- national (global) Neo- colonialism Post- modern Incremental Patterns of Colonial Development Motives for colonization (especially in terms of the development of capitalism) Pre-existing settlement Relationship with indigenous population Policies of metropole, including architectural and planning policies Factors Contributing to Colonial Urban Form Colonialism in Latin America (mercantile, pre-professional, i.e. based on King’s edict, assimilation) View of landmark plaque in the Los Angeles Plaza, 1961 Rabat British Imperial Centers and French Administrative Capitals (industrial and late industrial, professional large-scale, association) New Delhi German Pastoralism in Namibia and Italian Modernism in Asmara, Eritrea...
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