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The Resource Nonstop metropolis : a New York City atlas, editors, Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro ; cartographer, Molly Roy ; additional cartographers, Richard Campanella, Chris Henrick

Nonstop metropolis : a New York City atlas, editors, Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro ; cartographer, Molly Roy ; additional cartographers, Richard Campanella, Chris Henrick

Label
Nonstop metropolis : a New York City atlas
Title
Nonstop metropolis
Title remainder
a New York City atlas
Statement of responsibility
editors, Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro ; cartographer, Molly Roy ; additional cartographers, Richard Campanella, Chris Henrick
Contributor
Cartographer
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
TLE
Characteristic
atlas
Dewey number
912.747/1
Index
no index present
LC call number
G1254.N4
LC item number
N67 2016
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shading
Label
Nonstop metropolis : a New York City atlas, editors, Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro ; cartographer, Molly Roy ; additional cartographers, Richard Campanella, Chris Henrick
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Maps with accompanying essays
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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Color
multicolored
Content category
  • cartographic image
  • text
Content type code
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro
  • Map 25.
  • Black star lines: Harlem secular and sacred.
  • Home to Harlem
  • Christina Zanfagna
  • Map 26.
  • Oscillating city: Manhattan, day and night. Schleptropolis
  • Thomas J. Campanella
  • Map 3.
  • Crash: crises and collisions in 21st-century lower Manhattan.
  • Falling and rising in lower Manhattan
  • Astra Taylor
  • Map 4.
  • Riot! Periodic eruptions in volcanic New York.
  • The violence of inequality
  • Luc Sante
  • Map 5.
  • Introduction : Centers and edges
  • Carboniferous: Climate change and the city.
  • Petro Gotham, people's Gotham
  • Daniel Aldana Cohen
  • Map 6.
  • Water and power: the reach of the city.
  • Thirsts and ghosts, Heather Smith
  • Map 7.
  • Harper's and harpooners: Whaling and publishing in Melville's Manhattan.
  • Sailors and scriveners
  • Paul La Farge
  • Map 1.
  • Map 8.
  • What is a Jew? From Emma Goldman to Goldman Sachs.
  • My Yiddishe papa
  • Sheerly Avni
  • The lost world of Jewish Flatbush
  • Joel Dinerstein
  • Map 9.
  • Archipelago: the Caribbean's far north.
  • Of islands and other mothers
  • Gaiutra Bahadur
  • Singing the city: the New York of dreams.
  • Map 10.
  • City of Women.
  • The power of names
  • Rebecca Solnit
  • Map 11.
  • Love and rage
  • Map 12.
  • City of walkers: around the world in a day.
  • Round and round
  • Garnette Cadogan
  • Our city of songs
  • Map 13.
  • Wildlife.
  • The oysters in the spire
  • Rebecca Solnit
  • Map 14.
  • Our Latin thing: New York city radio en español.
  • The mega mezclapolis
  • Alexandra Y. Vazquez
  • Map 15.
  • Burning down and rising up: the Bronx in the 1970s.
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, Garnette Cadogan, Valeria Luiselli, Joe Boyd, Will Butler, Mirissa Neff, Teju Cole, Margo Jefferson, and Barry Lopez
  • New York City: seeing through the ruins
  • Marshall Berman
  • Interviews with Valerie Capers, Grandmaster Caz, Grandwizzard Theodore, and Melle Mel
  • Map 16.
  • Makers and breakers: Olmsted, Moses, Jacobs shape the city.
  • Ways and means
  • Jonathan Tarleton
  • Map 17.
  • Trash in the city: dumping on Staten Island and beyond.
  • Coming clean
  • Map 2.
  • Lucy R. Lippard
  • Map 18.
  • Mysterious land of Shaolin: the Wu-Tang Clan's Staten Island.
  • Breathing space: an interview with RZA
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro
  • Map 19.
  • Brownstones and basketball: Brooklyn's home grounds and games.
  • Empire of brownstone and brick
  • Thomas J. Campanella
  • Prisoners of Red Hook
  • Capital of capital: how New York happened.
  • Francisco Goldman
  • Map 20.
  • Brooklyn villages.
  • Freed but not free
  • Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts
  • Map 21.
  • Public/private: a map of childhoods.
  • Playgrounds I have known
  • Emily Raboteau
  • Map 22.
  • The best city money can buy
  • The suburban theory of the avant-garde: New Jersey's greats.
  • North stars and gospel battles: Peter Coyote's Jersey memories
  • Map 23.
  • Planting liberty: 350 years of freedom in Flushing.
  • "Law of love, peace and libertie"
  • Garnette Cadogan
  • Map 24.
  • Mother tongues and Queens: the world's languages capital.
  • Tower of scrabble
  • Suketu Mehta
Dimensions
31 cm
Extent
1 atlas (224 pages)
Isbn
9780520285941
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), color maps
Physical medium
paper
Positive negative aspect
not applicable
Production reproduction details
other
Specific material designation
map
System control number
  • (OCoLC)959620727
  • ucoclc959620727
Type of reproduction
not applicable
Label
Nonstop metropolis : a New York City atlas, editors, Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro ; cartographer, Molly Roy ; additional cartographers, Richard Campanella, Chris Henrick
Publication
Copyright
Note
Maps with accompanying essays
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/cartographicMathematicalDataScaleStatement
  • a
  • Scale not given.
Color
multicolored
Content category
  • cartographic image
  • text
Content type code
  • cri
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro
  • Map 25.
  • Black star lines: Harlem secular and sacred.
  • Home to Harlem
  • Christina Zanfagna
  • Map 26.
  • Oscillating city: Manhattan, day and night. Schleptropolis
  • Thomas J. Campanella
  • Map 3.
  • Crash: crises and collisions in 21st-century lower Manhattan.
  • Falling and rising in lower Manhattan
  • Astra Taylor
  • Map 4.
  • Riot! Periodic eruptions in volcanic New York.
  • The violence of inequality
  • Luc Sante
  • Map 5.
  • Introduction : Centers and edges
  • Carboniferous: Climate change and the city.
  • Petro Gotham, people's Gotham
  • Daniel Aldana Cohen
  • Map 6.
  • Water and power: the reach of the city.
  • Thirsts and ghosts, Heather Smith
  • Map 7.
  • Harper's and harpooners: Whaling and publishing in Melville's Manhattan.
  • Sailors and scriveners
  • Paul La Farge
  • Map 1.
  • Map 8.
  • What is a Jew? From Emma Goldman to Goldman Sachs.
  • My Yiddishe papa
  • Sheerly Avni
  • The lost world of Jewish Flatbush
  • Joel Dinerstein
  • Map 9.
  • Archipelago: the Caribbean's far north.
  • Of islands and other mothers
  • Gaiutra Bahadur
  • Singing the city: the New York of dreams.
  • Map 10.
  • City of Women.
  • The power of names
  • Rebecca Solnit
  • Map 11.
  • Love and rage
  • Map 12.
  • City of walkers: around the world in a day.
  • Round and round
  • Garnette Cadogan
  • Our city of songs
  • Map 13.
  • Wildlife.
  • The oysters in the spire
  • Rebecca Solnit
  • Map 14.
  • Our Latin thing: New York city radio en español.
  • The mega mezclapolis
  • Alexandra Y. Vazquez
  • Map 15.
  • Burning down and rising up: the Bronx in the 1970s.
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, Garnette Cadogan, Valeria Luiselli, Joe Boyd, Will Butler, Mirissa Neff, Teju Cole, Margo Jefferson, and Barry Lopez
  • New York City: seeing through the ruins
  • Marshall Berman
  • Interviews with Valerie Capers, Grandmaster Caz, Grandwizzard Theodore, and Melle Mel
  • Map 16.
  • Makers and breakers: Olmsted, Moses, Jacobs shape the city.
  • Ways and means
  • Jonathan Tarleton
  • Map 17.
  • Trash in the city: dumping on Staten Island and beyond.
  • Coming clean
  • Map 2.
  • Lucy R. Lippard
  • Map 18.
  • Mysterious land of Shaolin: the Wu-Tang Clan's Staten Island.
  • Breathing space: an interview with RZA
  • Joshua Jelly-Schapiro
  • Map 19.
  • Brownstones and basketball: Brooklyn's home grounds and games.
  • Empire of brownstone and brick
  • Thomas J. Campanella
  • Prisoners of Red Hook
  • Capital of capital: how New York happened.
  • Francisco Goldman
  • Map 20.
  • Brooklyn villages.
  • Freed but not free
  • Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts
  • Map 21.
  • Public/private: a map of childhoods.
  • Playgrounds I have known
  • Emily Raboteau
  • Map 22.
  • The best city money can buy
  • The suburban theory of the avant-garde: New Jersey's greats.
  • North stars and gospel battles: Peter Coyote's Jersey memories
  • Map 23.
  • Planting liberty: 350 years of freedom in Flushing.
  • "Law of love, peace and libertie"
  • Garnette Cadogan
  • Map 24.
  • Mother tongues and Queens: the world's languages capital.
  • Tower of scrabble
  • Suketu Mehta
Dimensions
31 cm
Extent
1 atlas (224 pages)
Isbn
9780520285941
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), color maps
Physical medium
paper
Positive negative aspect
not applicable
Production reproduction details
other
Specific material designation
map
System control number
  • (OCoLC)959620727
  • ucoclc959620727
Type of reproduction
not applicable

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