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Author McKenna, Rebecca Tinio,
Title American imperial pastoral : the architecture of US colonialism in the Philippines / Rebecca Tinio McKenna.
Imprint Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2017.

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Author McKenna, Rebecca Tinio,
Subject Igorot (Philippine people) -- Philippines -- Benguet (Province) -- History.
City planning -- Philippines -- Baguio -- History.
Baguio (Philippines) -- History.
Philippines -- Colonization.
Philippines -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- Philippines.
Baguio (Philippines) -- Ethnic relations.
Philippines -- History -- 1898-1946.
Alt Name Ohio Library and Information Network.
Description 1 online resource
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents A cure for Philippinitis -- Liberating labor: the road to Baguio -- "A hope of something unusual among cities" -- "Independencia in a box" -- Savage hospitality
Access Available to OhioLINK libraries
Summary In 1904, renowned architect Daniel Burnham, the Progressive Era urban planner who famously 'Made No Little Plans,' set off for the Philippines, the new US colonial acquisition. Charged with designing environments for the occupation government, Burnham set out to convey the ambitions and the dominance of the regime, drawing on neo-classical formalism for the Pacific colony. The spaces he created, most notably in the summer capital of Baguio, gave physical form to American rule and its contradictions. In this work, Rebecca Tinio McKenna examines the design, construction, and use of Baguio, making visible the physical shape, labour, and sustaining practices of the US's new empire - especially the dispossessions that underwrote market expansion. In the process, she demonstrates how colonialists conducted market-making through state-building and vice-versa
Note Print version record
ISBN 9780226417936 (electronic bk.)
022641793X (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 965905218
Additional Format Print version: McKenna, Rebecca Tinio. American imperial pastoral. Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2017 9780226417769 (DLC) 2016025206 (OCoLC)944087623.

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