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Exciting News! New Book Exploring the Mediterranean Cityscape

The Foundation for Mediterranean Studies – MeDiterrate proudly presents the recent release of the “Homage (and Criticism) to the Mediterranean City” book, exploring regional sustainability and economic resilience.

Special acknowledgment goes to the esteemed contributors, members of the Foundation for Mediterranean Studies – MeDiterrate Scientific Council who have crafted this enlightening volume, namely, the Sapienza University of Rome Professor Assc Luca Salvati and the Harokopio University of Athens Applied Urban Sustainability Senior Researcher Ioannis Vardopoulos.

Departing from conventional narratives, this book offers fresh insights into Mediterranean urbanities. It explores correlations with housing and welfare regimes, societal shifts, local governance structures, and spatial planning deficiencies. Through meticulous analysis, it uncovers the potential for mitigating regional disparities and fosters understanding of the spatial divisions between cities and their surrounding territories.

For those eager to delve into the dynamics of Mediterranean cities, the book is now available:

Vardopoulos, F. Escrivà Saneugenio, A. Sateriano, L. Salvati, Homage (and criticism) to the Mediterranean city. Regional sustainability and economic resilience(River Publishers: Gistrup, Denmark. ISBN: 9788770041775)