Edited By: MK Smith
Using case studies of cultural regenration planning and management from Europe, North and South America, this book explores the role of culture and tourism in urban transformation.
* Introduction, M K Smith; * Towards a Cultural Planning Approach to Regeneration, M K Smith; * The Creative Turn in Regeneration: Creative Spaces, Spectacles and Tourism in Cities, G Richards, Tourism Research and Marketing, Spain, and J Wilson, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain; * Culture, City Users and the Creation of New Tourism Areas in Cities, R Maitland, University of Westminster, UK; * VivaCity: Mixed-Use and Urban Tourism, R Aiesha and G Evans, London Metropolitan University, UK; * Ethnoscapes as Cultural Attractions in Canadian 'World Cities', S J Shaw, London Metropolitan University, UK; * (Re)Creating Culture through Tourism: Black Heritage Sites in New Jersey, D Cheyenne Harvey, Rutgers University, USA; * Sustainable and Responsible Leisure and Tourism Space Development in Post-industrial Cities? The case of Odaiba Waterfront City, Tokyo, Japan, M Murayama, University of Greenwich, UK, and G Parker, University of Reading, UK; * After Regeneration the Circus Leaves Town: The Relationship between Sports Events, Tourism and Urban, A Smith, University of Westminster, UK; * World Class: Using the Olympics to Shape and Brand the American Metropolis, C H Heying, Portland State University, USA, M J Burbank, University of Utah, USA, and G Andranovich, California State University, Los Angeles, USA; * Touring Templates: Cultural Workers and Regeneration in Small New England Cities, M M Breitbart, Hampshire College, USA, and C Stanton, Tufts University, USA; * Cultural Policy and Urban Restructuring in Chicago, C Spirou, National-Louis University, USA; * Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts: The Challenges of Implementing a Cultural District Initiative, A Maria Bounds, New York, USA; * On the Water's Edge: Developing Cultural Regeneration Paradigms for Urban Waterfronts, A Jones; * Born Again: From Dock Cities to Cities of Culture, Pat Avery, University of Wales Institute Cardiff, UK; * Interpretative Planning as a Means of Urban Regeneration: Recife, Brazil, B Bath and P Goncalves, Hove, UK; * Conclusion, M K Smith.
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