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Urban Transformations

From Liberalism to Corporatism in Greater Berlin, 1871–1933

Urban Transformations delves into the ecology, sociology, politics, and architecture at the root of Berlin’s urbanization.

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Parker D. Everett is Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Humanities and Arts at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.


Andrew Lees, Department of History, Rutgers, Camden Campus:

"Parker D. Everett has produced a worthy contribution to the history of the German capital, and to that of European urbanization more generally. Urban Transformations is an original work, in which he treats intellectuals and other writers in tandem with both legislative and administrative practitioners. Everett gives the reader a multifaceted account of the city during a period in which it became one of the world’s major metropolises."

Audience: College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;