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- 2 ed
- Dowling, Robyn
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- 3 Tables, black and white; 1 Line drawings, black and white; 41 Halftones, black and white; 42 Illus
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The only text available that can be used as a productive introduction and framework for teaching, learning about and researching home. Written in a manner that is well received and accessible to undergraduates, yet also contains sophisticated ideas for researchers. New edition will retain and further develop its core argument about a critical geography of home It will significantly update the references, examples, research boxes and illustrations in each chapter, critically engaging with the wide cross-disciplinary range of research in this field since its publication. The second edition will address existing and new themes in greater depth, including home and temporality, the 'un-making' of home, home beyond the West, and home and religion. It will also include a new chapter on 'Home and the city,' New research boxes throughout the book will highlight recent and ongoing doctoral and postdoctoral research on home. A new cover image will better reflect the book's content and make it clear that it is a second edition.
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Alison Blunt is Deputy Vice Principal for Impact (Culture, Civic, Community) and Professor of Geography at Queen Mary University of London. She is founding co-director of the Centre for Studies of Home, a partnership between Queen Mary and the Museum of the Home. Her research on home, migration, and the city has been funded by the AHRC, the ESRC, and The Leverhulme Trust. She is the academic lead on 'Stay Home Stories', a project funded by the AHRC as part of the UKRI rapid response to COVID-19. Robyn Dowling is Dean of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. She has an abiding interest in how people make home in cities and dwellings. Her current research focuses on urban governance responses to climate change, technological disruptions, and innovation.
1. Setting Up Home: An Introduction, 2. Researching Home, 3. Residence: House-As-Home, 4. Home and the City with Olivia Sheringham, 5. Home, Nation and Empire, 6. Home, Migration and Diaspora, 7. Leaving Home