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Make No Little Plan: Modernist Projects and Spontaneous Growth in Belgrade, 1945-1967

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This essay investigates the interactions of Belgrade's urban planners, whose plans were an effort to create socialist order out of urban chaos, with the city's population, whose needs were often not met by these plans. After the Second World War, urban planners committed themselves to seek new urban forms that would embody the liberation of the people and empowerment under socialism. By the 1960s, planners had only been able to transform certain urban sites according to their vision, whereas other areas of the city grew spontaneously, reflecting the knowledge, tastes, and needs of the migrants who came to live there and constituting potential sites of resistance.

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2016-12-10

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