Experiencing Architecture in the Nineteenth Century: Buildings and Society in the Modern Age
Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
...At the end of the nineteenth century, visitors to London, the ‘modern Babylon’ at the heart of the Empire, were able to enjoy an experience of hotels which had not been possible fifty years before.A. H. Beavan, Imperial London (London: J.M....
Emma Felton is Research Fellow and Coordinator of the Widening Participation Program in the Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology. She has a PhD in Human Geography and has worked as a lecturer in media and cultural studies and as a senior manager in e-learning. She has also worked as a consultant in the fields of education and cultural planning. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
5111 LIVING WITH STRANGERS
7 Urban space, affect and civility
1011 Emma Felton
5 The city can be seen . . . in terms of a kind of psycho-geography: it is the scene
6 of our collective emotional life.
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