Why is an epidemic like an atom bomb? Re-imagining how technology, territory and temporality construct a new order for the network city

Church, K 2008, 'Why is an epidemic like an atom bomb? Re-imagining how technology, territory and temporality construct a new order for the network city', in Fiona Hackney (ed.) Networks for Design - Design History Society Conference '08, Cornwall, England, 1-6 September 2008, pp. 147-163.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Why is an epidemic like an atom bomb? Re-imagining how technology, territory and temporality construct a new order for the network city
Author(s) Church, K
Year 2008
Conference name Networks fo Design - Design History Society Conference '08
Conference location Cornwall, England
Conference dates 1-6 September 2008
Proceedings title Networks for Design - Design History Society Conference '08
Editor(s) Fiona Hackney
Publisher Brown Walker Press
Place of publication United Kingdom
Start page 147
End page 163
Total pages 17
Abstract Not available
Subjects Landscape Architecture
Urban Design
Keyword(s) network
city
territory
global
Copyright notice Copyright © Fiona Hackney
ISBN 1599429063
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