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511 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 25 cm
  • The refugee camps of the Western Sahara
  • A brief history of refugees and refugee camps
  • A brief history of the Western Sahara
  • Planning
  • Living
  • Administration
  • Moving and communication
  • Commerce and work
  • Health and education
  • Recreation and leisure
  • Urban laboratories
  • Camp Smara, 2007-2011 : a photographic survey.
From Camp to City examines the theme of the refugee camp in the context of urbanism and architecture. Using the examples of the refugee camps in the Algerian desert in which Sahrawis originally from the Western Sahara have been living for 35 years, the book looks at the "urban" aspects of these settlements. In contrast to the standard way of seeing refugee camps as scenes of human misery and despair, the examination concentrates on how people live and dwell in refugee camps, on how they work, move around, and enjoy themselves, and looks at the spaces and structures that are created in the process. With numerous images and texts, individual aspects of urban life are presented and analyzed in the different chapters. As an examination of a "borderline case" of urbanity, the publication does not ignore the problematic aspects of this theme, but on the contrary: its potential explosiveness is further underscored by the focus on a "vocabulary of the urban." It allows an understanding of the camps as a political project. The publication is based on research studies of the ETH Studio Basel, Institute of Contemporary Urbanism at the ETH Zurich.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783037782910 20160610
Law Library (Crown)
333 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction: I hope it's a long list-- / Cameron Sinclair
  • 100 years of humanitarian design / Kate Stohr
  • Lightweight emergency tent / Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Shelter frame kit / World Shelters ; interview, Bruce LeBel
  • GripClips / Shelter Systems
  • BOLD / CHF International
  • Global Village Shelters / Ferrara Design
  • Burning Man Shelter tests : Podville / Icosa Village ; Hexayurt / Vinay Gupta ; Unofficial Strong Angel training exercises / Strong Angel
  • Concrete canvas / Peter Brewis, William Crawford
  • 139 Shelter / Future Systems
  • Transitional Community / Oxfam
  • Paper church ; Paper log houses ; Paper tube emergency shelter / Shigeru Ban Architects
  • Super adobe / Cal-Earth ; interview, Nader Khalili
  • Pallet house / I-Beam Design
  • Rubble house / LA Architects
  • Low-tech balloon system / TechnoCraft
  • Extreme housing / Deborah Gans, Matt Jelacic
  • Prefabricated core housing ; Core housing / Relief International
  • Safe(R) House / Harvard, MIT
  • Housing in northern Afghanistan / Shelter for Life
  • Mobile migrant worker housing ; Pink houses with greenhouses / Design Corps
  • Maasai Integrated Shelter Project / Intermediate Technology Development Group
  • Lucy House ; 20.0 House / Rural Studio
  • Hopi Nation Elder Home / Red Feather Development Group
  • Bayview Rural Village / RBGC Architecture, Research & Urbanism ; interview, Maurice D. Cox
  • Quinta Monroy Housing Project / ELEMENTAL Housing Initiative, Taller de Chile
  • Northern Ireland Cross-Community Initiative / Habitat for Humanity, Northern Ireland
  • Sistema Arde / Hierve-Diseñeria
  • Huts and low-riders / Mad Housers
  • Dome Village / Justiceville, USA
  • First Step Housing / Common Ground Community
  • paraSITE / Michael Rakowitz
  • Mason's Bend Chapel / Rural Studio
  • Appirampattu Village Center / Logan Allen
  • Barefoot College / Barefoot Architects
  • Homeboy Industries / Detroit Collaborative Design Center
  • Center for Disabled Workers / Technical University, Vienna
  • Siyathemba Soccer "clinic" / Swee Hong Ng
  • Favela-Bairro Projects / Jorge Mario Jáuregui Architects
  • Rufisque Women's Centre / Hollmẽn Reuter Sandman Architects
  • Shelter 2 / Christopher Livingston, Montana State University
  • Mobile health clinic / atelier [gilliland tolila]
  • Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies / East Coast Architects
  • Medwed Clinic / Michal Vital, Yuval Amir
  • Gando Primary School / Diébédo Francis Kéré
  • Bamboo Primary School / theskyisbeautiful architecture
  • Druk White Lotus School / Arup Associates
  • School solar kitchen / BASIC Initiative, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Washington
  • Hole-in-the-Wall Schools / Dr. Sugata Mitra
  • A bridge too far / Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Hippo Water Roller / Grant Gibbs
  • PlayPump / Roundabout Outdoor ; interview, Trevor Field
  • Ceramic water filter / Potters for Peace
  • Watercone / Stephan Augustin
  • MoneyMaker Pumps / KickStart
  • Long-lasting antimalaria bed nets / Acumen Fund, Sumitomo Chemical Corp.
  • Aquacube / Süd-Chemie
  • Clean Hub System / Shelter Architecture
  • Power Shade / FTL Design Engineering Studio
  • Seba Dalkai School solar classroom / Native American Photovoltaics
  • Himalayan Rescue Association Pheriche Clinic / Lotus Energy
  • VIP latrine / Arup Associates
  • Living Machine / BASIC Initiative, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Washington
  • Ecological dry toilet / Cësar Añorve
  • UnBathroom / William Hsu
  • shelterproject /
  • Sphere Project / Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response, InterAction
  • Roots of Peace / Heidi Kühn, Gary Kühn, Kyleigh Kühn
  • European Greenbelt / World Conservation Union
  • A civilian occupation : the politics of Israeli architecture / Rafi Segal, Eyal Weizman
  • Sleeping Bag Project / Project Locus
  • Housing for health / Paul Pholeros, Stephan Rainow, Paul Torzillo
  • Viewing platforms ; Stair to park / Heavy Trash
  • Finding public space in the margins / Center for Community Research and Design, Woodbury University
  • City without a ghetto / Center for Urban Pedagogy
  • Shrinking Cities / Shrinking Cities
  • Urban acupuncture : Curitiba, Brazil.
"Edited by architecture for Humanity, a volunteer-based organization that provides architectural solutions to humanitarian crises, Design Like You Give a Damm brings the best of humanitarian design to the printed page. Proceeds from the sale of this book will support the work of Architecture for Humanity."-- From the bookjacket.
Law Library (Crown)
xv, 240 pages ; 20 cm
  • Introduction
  • Cultural roots
  • The origins of national consciousness
  • Creole pioneers
  • Old languages, new models
  • Official nationalism and imperialism
  • The last wave
  • Patriotism and racism
  • The angel of history
  • Census, map, museum
  • Memory and forgetting
  • Travel and traffic: on the geo-biography of Imagined communities.
What makes people love and die for nations, as well as hate and kill in their name? While many studies have been written on nationalist political movements, the sense of nationality - the personal and cultural feeling of belonging to a nation - has not received proportionate attention. In this widely acclaimed work, Benedict Anderson examines the creation and function of the "imagined communities" of nationality and the way these communities were in part created by the growth of the nation-state, the interaction between capitalism and printing and the birth of vernacular languages in early modern Europe.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844670864 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-558-01, LAW-676-01, POLISCI-440A-01, POLISCI-440A-01
x, 120 p. ; 23 cm. + 1 executive summary (11 p. ; 21 cm.)
In this volume the authors discuss various ways liberal states should fashion their citizenship policies to better accommodate newcomers. They offer recommendations on the issues of acquisition of citizenship, dual nationality and the political, social and economic rights of immigrants.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870031878 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-558-01, LAW-676-01
316 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: The evolving tradition of citizenship / Gershon Shafir
  • The ideal of citizenship since classical times / J.G.A. Pocock
  • Citizenship in ancient and medieval cities / Max Weber
  • Justice as fairness in the liberal polity / John Rawls
  • Citizenship and community: civic republicanism and the modern world / Adrian Oldfield
  • Citizenship and social class / T.H. Marshall
  • Contract versus charity: why is there no social citizenship in the United States? / Nancy Fraser and Linda Gordon
  • Immigration, citizenship, and the nation-state in France and Germany / Rogers Brubaker
  • Multicultural citizenship / Will Kymlicka
  • Toward a postnational model of membership / Yasemin Nuhoğlu Soysal
  • Citizenship in a woman-friendly polity / Kathleen B. Jones
  • The dynamics of citizenship in Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process / Gershon Shafir and Yoav Peled
  • Polity and group difference : a critique of the ideal of universal citizenship / Iris Marion Young
  • The civil society argument / Michael Walzer.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-558-01, LAW-676-01