COMM 149 Reading Packet. Available at Maple Press, 481 E. San Carlos St. (phone: 297-1000)
Supplemental Readings in Order of Appearance
Gibson, W. (1981). The gernsback continuum. In T. Carr's (ed.), Universe 11 (pp. 81-90). Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company.
Plato. (360 BCE, 1991). The republic: Book five (A. Bloom, trans.). New York: Basic Books.
Garreau, J. (1991). Edge city: Life on the new frontier (The machine, the garden, and paradise: 362-372). New York: Doubleday.
Christensen, C.A. (1986). The American garden city and the new towns movement. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press.
Howard, E. (1898/1965). Garden cities of to-morrow. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press.
Gelernter, D. (1995). 1939: The lost world of the fair. New York: Free Press.
Susman, W.I. (1980). The people's fair: Cultural contradictions of a consumer society. In H.A. Harrison's (ed.), Dawn of a new day: The New York world's fair, 1939/40 (pp. 17-27). New York: The Queens Museum.
Rydell, R.W. (1993). World of fairs: The century-of-progress expositions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dikkers, S. (1999). Family unit gazes happily into glorious, shining future. Our dumb century. New York: Three Rivers Press, p. 69.
Garreau, J. (1991). Edge city: Life on the new frontier (Boston: 72-97). New York: Doubleday.
Davis, M. (1999). Fortress Los Angeles: The militarization of urban space. In M. Sorkin's (ed), Variations on a theme park: The new American city and the end of public space (pp. 154-180). New York: Hill and Wang.