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Buffalo at the Crossroads|Peter H. Christensen
Buffalo at the Crossroads : The Past, Present, and Future of American Urbanism
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Buffalo at the Crossroads is a diverse set of cutting-edge essays. Twelve authors highlight the outsized importance of Buffalo, New York, within the story of American urbanism. Across the collection, they consider the history of Buffalo's built environment in light of contemporary developments and in relationship to the evolving interplay between nature, industry, and architecture.

The essays examine Buffalo's architectural heritage in rich context: the Second Industrial Revolution; the City Beautiful movement; world's fairs; grain, railroad, and shipping industries; urban renewal and so-called white flight; and the larger networks of labor and production that set the city's economic fate. The contributors pay attention to currents that connect contemporary architectural work in Buffalo to the legacies established by its esteemed architectural founders: Richardson, Olmsted, Adler, Sullivan, Bethune, Wright, Saarinen, and others.

Buffalo at the Crossroads is a compelling introduction to Buffalo's architecture and developed landscape that will frame discussion about the city for years to come.

Contributors: Marta Cieslak, University of Arkansas - Little Rock; Francis R. Kowsky; Erkin zay, University at Buffalo; Jack Quinan, University at Buffalo; A. Joan Saab, University of Rochester; Annie Schentag, KTA Preservation Specialists; Hadas Steiner, University at Buffalo; Julia Tulke, University of Rochester; Stewart Weaver, University of Rochester; Mary N. Woods, Cornell University; Claire Zimmerman, University of Michigan

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  • ISBN-13: 9781501749773
  • ISBN-10: 1501749773
  • Publisher: Cornell University Press
  • Publish Date: October 2020
  • Dimensions: 8.88 x 6.09 x 0.85 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.9 pounds
  • Page Count: 336
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP

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