A Bibliography of the Social and Cultural Geography of Miami, Florida


  • Remy Tremblay


North American urban geographers have long been interested in the dynamics of urban life in large American cities. Numerous studies on Los Angeles, often-called a 'post-modern city', have enhanced our understanding of how people adapt to life in a megalopolis. We believe Miami offers geographers, among other social scientists, an invaluable opportunity to study questions on urban planning, migration, ethnicity and language. Its natural environment, such as the Everglades, is unique in North America and is of special concern to those interested in the effects of urban sprawl.