Port Cities Between Global Networks and Local Transformations

A lecture developed by Carola Hein and Tino Mager

The first lecture provides an introduction into the topic by highlighting the role of navigable water for port and city development. It deals with fundamental aspects of port city architecture and its urban planning peculiarities. Moreover, it addresses maritime networks, flows and connectivity between place.

Beyond the introduction, this lecture briefly outlines these case studies:
Cenova, New York, Gdansk, Amsterdam, Singapore, Montreal, Barcelona

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