Port cities, cultural cities? The symbolic impacts of culture-led urban regeneration on port-city relationships across Europe

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Tommarchi, E. (2021). Port cities, cultural cities? The symbolic impacts of culture-led urban regeneration on port-city relationships across Europe. ESA RN 37 IV Midterm Conference. Bologna 27 - 29 Jan 2021 European Sociological Association.
AuthorsTommarchi, E.
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