In the book edited by Michael Dear, et al. "Geohumanities: Art, history, text at the edge of place" includes an essay by Rene Peralta titled, Drive by Tijuana!

"The urban outcomes that characterize the Information Age are dramatically described in architect Rene Peralta’s account of the border city of Tijuana, in Baja California. One of North America’s fastest-growing and more dynamic cities, Tijuana is globally engaged through the presences of the maquiladora (assembly-plant) industry, a hemispheric trade in drug and human trafficking, and its locus as the busiest international boundary crossing in the world. Peralta’s reading of Tijuana’s urban ecologies rewrites many conventions of urban theory, and reveal some of the startling material conditions of Information Age Urbanism. " Michael Dear

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