Name Tutor Course Date Changing metropolitan landscapes after World War II In this paper I will use the readings from the book introduction to cities chapter seven and some videos which talk about the port of New Orleans to explain whether the marketplace has eventually become global I will follow the understandings of David Harvey’s. Yes from the reading and the videos were much more confident that New Orleans city has remained a valid global city in the modern world economy. While answering my question I will move a lot of focus on the given emergence of a global economy which occurred after the Second World War and also explains how this war affected the metropolitan landscapes of cities across the world. I will also talk about the need for countries to be able to consider the presence of broad global changes especially which the entire world was linked up. It is true that the New Orleans was decided to be the leading city in the modern economy long even before it stormed hit. In real reasoning it is also true that its storms was a paradox and it made it remain the leading while on the other hand the presence of physical walls and the pumping stations make up the city baseline in terms of protection that make it lead in modern economy globally. Work cited Chen Xiangming Anthony M. Orum and Krista E. Paulsen. Introduction to Cities: How Place and Space Shape Human Experience. Hoboken New Jersey 2013. Internet resource BIBLIOGRAPHY Katrina Hurricane. "Is New Orleans in danger of turning into a modern-day Atlantis?" the guardian (2015): retrieved from original. Lewis Peirce F. New Orleans: The Making of an Urban Landscape. Center for Amer Places Inc 2007. Print. [...]
On page 171, David Harvey’s understanding of the “…marketplace [becoming] truly global” due to advances in the technology and speed of the Internet is discussed. In a sense, New Orleans has historically been a type of “global city” due to its primacy as a freight node because of the Port. Do you think New Orleans is still a valid global city in the modern world economy?