Conference

12th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference, 2-5 February 2014, Wellington, New Zealand

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Mobilising histories and transforming the city through mobile technology practices
15 Apr 2014
2

When we consider ways of moving through the urban environment the tendency is to focus on how the material ‘fixities’, such as a city’s morphology, infrastructures, and built forms, calibrate such movement(s). In this way the practices of movement are reductively understood as vectorial, and...

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15 Apr 2014
4

In June 2013, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, for the first time showed support for the proposed Auckland city rail link with the caveat that he wants to delay the project until 2020, suggesting that only by then will there be enough...

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An Australian folklore-based example
15 Apr 2014
2

It is the purpose of this paper to engage with the challenge of interpreting situations and events in history so that they can be realized as forms of ‘mediated products’. The process and action of mediation has more to do with the ‘domestication’ of ‘the...

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15 Apr 2014
5

The site of European settlement in the Port Phillip region was a place of many swamps. For the Indigenous population these features were essential to their way of life, for the wide diversity of foodstuffs and raw materials they provided. They were the main support...

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Bruce Rotherham at Llewelyn-Davies Weeks Forestier-Walker & Bor
15 Apr 2014
2

The English firm of Llewelyn-Davies Weeks Forestier-Walker & Bor, formed in London in 1960, is best known for the master planning of the new town of Milton Keynes and for a series of hospital buildings and complexes, some so extensive that they can be analysed...

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