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Christiane Crasemann Collins

Christiane Crasemann Collins is a historian of twentieth-century and contemporary architecture and city planning, specializing in Central Europe and the Americas. She grew up in Chile and received degrees from Carleton College and Columbia University. She is the author, with George R. Collins, of Camillo Sitte: The Birth of Modern City Planning, published in 1986, and her major book, Werner Hegemann and the Search for Universal Urbanism, was published in 2005. Her many articles on urbanism...See more