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Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
This is a discussion responding to this publication in the ArchNet Digital Library: Akbar, Jamel. 1988. Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City. In Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City. Judith Shaw, ed. Singapore: Concept Media Pte Ltd
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Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
Hello,
I would like to download the footnotes, bibliography and glossary of this publication. Could you send me that link or pdf?
Thanks
Joao
Joao Rocha
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
Joao,

When the publication was scanned, the bibliography was not included. I will try and find a hardcopy and see if one exists. If there is one, I will scan it and send it along.
Shiraz Allibhai
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
The Bibliography and Glossary you requested is now available in the ArchNet Digital Library.
Shiraz Allibhai
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
will it be possible to have the footnotes section as well for it importance?
Ahmad Borham
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
Shiraz, I think this is the book published by the same people in Singapore who published "Mimar".

If so, I believe I have a copy of this book somewhere in my library of about 1400 text books and reference works.

Unfortunately, my library is in cardboard boxes awaiting decanting and putting onto the shelves I have yet to buy. the good news, is that I am in the process of a major "musical chairs" rearrangement of my flat and I am just about to order some bookcases.
Frank John Snelling
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
Frank what brings you to a post that was first put up in 2006? Good luck with the books.
Shiraz Allibhai
Introduction to Crisis in the Built Environment: The Case of the Muslim City
Shiraz, I noticed the 2012 post by Ahmed Borham, but I did not notice the earlier posts were from 2006.

During this past week I have cleared a space in my lounge ready for buying and erecting four flat-pack (80cm x 202cm) bookcases, although I may have to wait a week because today (July 28), July 29th and August 1st the road outside is closed because of the Olympic cycle races.

Once I have these bookcases erected, I can open and decant all of my books and then rearrange my aesthetic / architecture / design research files and photographs with a view to once more trying to find a publisher for my manuscript upon "The infinite principles and systems of aesthetics and design" :)))
Frank John Snelling
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