Category Archives: earth

Exploring a relational approach to water management

Originally posted on Geography Directions:
By Liz Charpleix, University of New England, Australia Whanganui River at Pipiriki, December 2014 © Liz Charpleix The recent election of Labour politician Jacinda Ardern as Aotearoa/New Zealand’s youngest Prime Minister since 1856 has caught…

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Bandipur : European Town of Nepal

The Cities of the world both of western and eastern has survived  by adapting to the changes which their very presence has precipitated and diffused. It is often built layer by layer. The city building process describes how architecture, vernacular construction, and planning together shape the urban environment, relate to each other, and affect the modification of cities. What is known about adaptability in city building is in inverse proportion to its importance. Here Ami Baht wrote about a Nepali town in which you feel like as if you are in Europe.and I really found it … Continue reading

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CFP: European Association of Urban History (Rome 2018)

Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
Papers are invited for the session “Urban Gardening: a Historical Perspective, c. 1700 – 2000” of the European Association of Urban History’s conference, to be held in Rome between 29 August and 1 September 2018. Recent…

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Key Thinkers on Cities (Sage, Oxford)

Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
A new addition to the Sage’s Key Thinkers range focuses on Cities and thinkers who are at the vanguard of contemporary scholarship that helps to shape our understanding of what city life is like. Key Thinkers…

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