M. CHRISTINE BOYER
M. Christine Boyer is the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of
Architecture in the School of Architecture, Princeton University.
is a city planner whose interests include the history of cities, and the
processes of city planning and historic preservation.
The City of Collective Memory: Its Historical
Imagery and Architectural Entertainments (1994),
Architecture and Style (1984), and Dreaming the Rational City: The
Myth of American City Planning 1899-1945 (1983).
A forthcoming book,
CyberCities: Visual Perception in the Age of Electronic Communication
(1996) draws on Boyer's earlier degree in Computer Science as well as
her interest in cities.
She is currently writing a book on The City
Plans of Modernism.
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