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作者 Olson, Kory, author
書名 The cartographic capital : mapping Third Republic Paris, 1889-1934 / Kory Olson
出版項 Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2018
國際標準書號 1786940965
9781786940964 (hbk.)
book jacket
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 近史所郭廷以圖書館  912.4436 O52    到期 12-02-20    30550100647278
說明 x, 309 pages : maps ; 24 cm
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系列 Studies in Modern and Comtemporary France ; 1
Studies in Modern and Comtemporary France ; 1
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages [281]-295) and index
Introduction: Creating Republican Paris -- Working with maps -- Creating map readers: The rise of geography and cartograpy in nineteenth-century France -- The Truimphant Republic: 'Paris en 1889, les operations de Voirie executtes entre 1871 et 1889' -- A new way of seeing Paris: The service geographique's Carte de France -- the beginning of French urbanism: Leon Jausseley's 1919 Plan d'extension -- The rise of suburban Paris: Henri Prost's Carte generale - Conclusion
Through official maps, this book looks at how government presentations of Paris and environs change over the course of the Third Republic (1889-1934). Governmental policies, such as the creation of a mandatory national uniform educational system that will eventually include geography, combined with technological advances in the printing industry, to alter the look, exposure, reception, and distribution of government maps. The government initially seemed to privilege an exclusively positive view of the capital city and limited its presentation of it to land inside the walled fortifications. However, as the Republic progressed and Paris grew, technology altered how Parisians used and understood their urban space. Rail and automobiles made moving about the city and environs easier while increased industrialization moved factories and their workers further out into the Seine Department. During this time, maps transitioned from reflecting the past to documenting the present. With the advent of French urbanism after World War I, official mapped views of greater Paris abandoned privileging past achievements and began to mirror actual residential and industrial development as it pushed further out from the city centre. Finally, the government needed to plan for the future of greater Paris and official maps begin to show how the government viewed the direction of its capital city.-- Provided by Publisher
鏈接 Electronic version: OLSON, KORY. Cartographic capital. [S.l.] : LIVERPOOL UNIV PRESS, 2018 9781786948656 (OCoLC)1035465392
主題 Cartography -- France -- Paris -- History -- 19th century
Cartography -- France -- Paris -- History -- 20th century
Paris (France) -- Maps
Paris (France) -- History -- 1870-1940
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