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Recording Urban Memory in City Transitions

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In our continuous efforts to refine and redefine the memory of cities, we often neglect the impacts of transitions on keeping the momentum and relationships of the past with the present.

Urban transitions, and even urban transformations, are simply inevitable. However, the memory of places and the relations with them are protracted realities of our minds.

—Ali Cheshmehzangi

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