Roces, M. Áreas y zonas de rehabilitación, experiencias de las asociaciones de
vecinos de Madrid en 2004. ... la ciudad en veinte años de ayuntamientos
democráticos, López de Lucio, R; Ayuntamiento de Madrid: Madrid, Spain, 1999;
Author: Jesús Manuel González Pérez
The last two decades have been marked by intense and accelerated economic, political, and cultural processes that have affected urban spaces. These changes have occurred in different parts of cities (traditional centers, edges, peripheries) and at different levels of the urban system (large and medium-sized cities and in their respective areas of influence). Possibly the clearest expression of the spatial effects on cities can be perceived in their morphological transformations, their territorial dimensions, or in their social problems. Until 2008, urban–territorial processes were a reflection of the logic and inconsistencies of an expansive economic context and of a structural context that favored the development of cities through concurrent processes and actors. As a result, the built land and amount of urbanized and built surfaces increased, together with processes of the expansion and modernization of cities. Since 2008, the expansive economic cycle has ended, and there have been diverse negative consequences. Notably, the construction sector has come to an abrupt halt. Access to credit has also been reduced, and unemployment has increased. The economic recession has caused sociodemographic and socioeconomic issues exemplified by housing vulnerability, with dispossession, evictions, a shortage of social housing, and energy poverty.
The relationship between the two cities Madrid-Toledo includes an important
daily road and rail traffic of commuters and tourists Table 1: High-speed regional
services in Spain. Relation Travel Time (min) Opening of service Madrid-Ciudad
Author: A. Gospodini
Publisher: WIT Press
of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In The Sustainable City V many interrelated aspects of the urban environment from transport and mobility to social exclusions and crime prevention are addressed. The papers included were originally presented at the Fifth International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability and will be of interest to city planners, architects, environmental engineers and all academics, professionals and practitioners working in the wide range of disciplines associated with creating a viable urban environment.In this book the papers are published under the following topics: Architectural issues; Cultural heritage; Energy resources systems; Environmental management; Healthy cities; Indicators: ecological, economic, social; Land use and management; Mega cities; Planning issues; Planning, development and management; Public safety; Revitalisation strategies; Socio-economic issues; Spatial modelling; Strategy; Sustainable transportation and transport integration; The community and the city; Traffic and transportation; Urban-rural relationships.
Transformaciones económicas y segregación social en Madrid. Ciudad y
Territorio. Estudios Territoriales XL (158). Muñoz, F., 2008. Brandcelona: de la
reconstrucción urbana al urban sprawl. In M. Degen and M. García, La
Author: Gilles Pinson
The concept of the neoliberal city has become a key structuring analytical framework in the field of urban studies. It explains both the ongoing transformation of urban policies and the socio-spatial effects of these policies within cities and highlights the prominent role of cities in the new geography of capitalism. Bringing together a team of leading scholars, this book challenges the neoliberal city thesis. It argues that the definition of neoliberalization may be more complex than it seems, resulting in over-simplified explanations of some processes, such as the rise of metropolitan governments or the importance given to urban economic development policies or gentrification. As a structuralist and macro-level theory, the "neoliberal city" does not shed light upon micro-level processes or identify and analyze actors’ logics and practices. Finally, the concept is profoundly influenced by the historical trajectories of the United Kingdom and the United States, and the generalization of this experience to other contexts often leads to a kind of academic ethnocentrism. This book argues that, on its own, the current conceptualizations of neoliberalization are insufficient. Instead, it should be analyzed alongside other transformative processes in order to provide an analytical framework to explain the variety of processes of change, motivations and justifications too easily labelled as urban neoliberalism. This unique and critical contribution will be essential reading for students and scholars alike working in Human Geography, Urban Studies, Economics, Sociology and Public Policy.
Cities for People not for Profit: Critical Urban Theory and the Right to the City,
London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 34–35. Martin Palacin, J. L., Movimiento
ciudadano y defensa del consumidor: La batalla del pan en Madrid, Madrid:
Ciudad y ...
Author: Inbal Ofer
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The present book analyzes the relationship between internal migration, urbanization and democratization in Spain during the period of General Francisco Franco's dictatorship (1939-1975) and Spain's transition to democracy (1975-1982). Specifically, the book explores the production and management of urban space as one form of political and social repression under the dictatorship, and the threat posed to the official urban planning regimes by the phenomenon of mass squatting (chabolismo). The growing body of recent literature that analyzes the role of neighborhood associations within Spain's transition to democracy, points to the importance and radicalism of associations that formed within squatters' settlements such as Orcasitas in Madrid, Otxarkoaga in Bilbao or Somorrostro and el Camp de la Bota in Barcelona. However, relatively little is known about the formation of community life in these neighborhoods during the 1950s, and about the ways in which the struggle to control and fashion urban space prior to Spain's transition to democracy generated specific notions of democratic citizenship amongst populations lacking in prior coherent ideological commitment.
Madrid , 1852. 89 . de España [ ** D.130.14 ] ; but with different illustrations and
with the text rearranged . 5093.28 ... Toledo . - Ciudad R al . Granada . Madrid ,
1885 , 86. 2 v . Sm.8o . 3086.5 Fernandez Duro , C. La armada invencible .
Author: Boston Public Library
Quarterly accession lists; beginning with Apr. 1893, the bulletin is limited to "subject lists, special bibliographies, and reprints or facsimiles of original documents, prints and manuscripts in the Library," the accessions being recorded in a separate classified list, Jan.-Apr. 1893, a weekly bulletin Apr. 1893-Apr. 1894, as well as a classified list of later accessions in the last number published of the bulletin itself (Jan. 1896)
Name Academic degrees Place and date Alonso de Aguilar! licenciado; doctor
Madrid 1485; Palencia 1487; Madrid 1494 ... Huete 1495 Alvar Garcia27 —
Salamanca 1487 Gonzalo Gomez de Cordoba28 — Madrid 1487; Ciudad Real
Author: Marvin Lunenfeld
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Through its study of the corregidores, this book offers a panoramic view of Castile during the late medieval and Renaissance eras.
AGN AHA AHH BNM INAH Archivo General de la Nación ( Mexico City ) Archivo
Histórico del Antiguo Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de México ( Mexico City )
Archivo Histórico de Hacienda , AGN Biblioteca ... Madrid : Historia 16 , 1987 .
Author: Linda A. Curcio-Nagy
Publisher: UNM Press
This innovative work of cultural history examines the function of public rituals in colonial Mexico City. Festivals were a defining characteristic of life in the capital. For most of the colonial period, inhabitants could witness as many as 100 religious and civil celebrations in a year. The largest of these events, both civil and religious, were sponsored by the authorities and were crucial means to embody political and social concepts. The first European public rituals were introduced immediately after the conquest of the Aztec capital. Spanish priests seeking to evangelize the native population introduced Catholic festivals, and civil authorities sponsored celebrations designed to glorify the Spanish empire. Spectacle was one tool in an arsenal of colonizing agents, and over time the growing diversity of the population made festival statecraft all the more important, as government-sponsored revelry attempted to promote shared histories and values among diverse and potentially dangerous groups. Festivals organizers developed a highly sophisticated message embedded within the celebrations that delineated the principles of leadership and the duties of both rulers and vassals. The pervasiveness of festivals and the power of the political message associated with them created possibilities for individuals to assess and participate in a larger discussion of good governance in the colony.
Madrid Madrid Ciudad de México Mexico City Plan de ampliación del Metro de
Madrid , Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid , Madrid , 1995 . Censo
económico y de población 2000 , Instituto Nacional de Estadística , Geografía e ...
Author: Jordi Julià Sort
Publisher: Editorial Gustavo Gili, S.A.
This book is a study of mass transit networks in urban areas and of their role in shaping the structure of the city. It establishes links between the history, planning and transport networks of eleven international cities (London, New York, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Mexico City and Singapore), in a survey which helps us bring to mind the origins of modern means of transport: of conventional railways and their subsequent conversion into metros and tramways, and into today's high-speed trains; of the appearance in the metropolitan context of the motor car and bus, and the arrival of motorways and contemporary airports. In short, the history and morphology of transport networks in our big cities, described through the detailed study and comparative analysis of developments in each of them, all of this with a wealth of images, maps and data of interest.
Some excellent places to begin a study of Spanish-American urban development
during the colonial period are Francisco de Solano, ed., Estudios sobre la ciudad
iberoamericana (Madrid: Instituto ''Gonzalo Fernández De Oviedo,'' 1975), ...
Author: Jay Kinsbruner
Publisher: University of Texas Press
The colonial Spanish-American city, like its counterpart across the Atlantic, was an outgrowth of commercial enterprise. A center of entrepreneurial activity and wealth, it drew people seeking a better life, with more educational, occupational, commercial, bureaucratic, and marital possibilities than were available in the rural regions of the Spanish colonies. Indeed, the Spanish-American city represented hope and opportunity, although not for everyone. In this authoritative work, Jay Kinsbruner draws on many sources to offer the first history and interpretation in English of the colonial Spanish-American city. After an overview of pre-Columbian cities, he devotes chapters to many important aspects of the colonial city, including its governance and administrative structure, physical form, economy, and social and family life. Kinsbruner's overarching thesis is that the Spanish-American city evolved as a circumstance of trans-Atlantic capitalism. Underpinning this thesis is his view that there were no plebeians in the colonial city. He calls for a class interpretation, with an emphasis on the lower-middle class. His study also explores the active roles of women, many of them heads of households, in the colonial Spanish-American city.
Digital Opportunities for Cities Around the World Gasc¢-Hernandez, Mila, Torres-
Coronas, Teresa. Florida, R. ... De Elizagárate, V. (2003). Marketing de ciudades.
Madrid: ESIC Pirámide. Verdú, V. (2001, April 13). La sexy-ciudad. El País, (p.
Author: Gasc¢-Hernandez, Mila
Publisher: IGI Global
Examines how ICTs contribute to the development of city marketing strategies to enhance local socio-economic development. Covers topics such as city branding, export promotion, and industry marketing.
Club de Golf de Puerta de Hierro , Km . 4 , Madrid - La Coruña highway , tel : 91-
316 1745. ... SKATING & ROLLER - BLADING Ice skating rinks are at : Ciudad
Deportiva del Real Madrid , Paseo de la Castellana , 259 , tel : 91-315 0046 .
Author: Dorothy Stannard
Publisher: Insight Guides
Essays discuss the people, history, and institutions of Madrid, Spain, and are accompanied by tips for visitors.