LEIF JERRAM STREETLIFE PDF
Leif Jerram. · Rating details · 31 ratings · 4 reviews. The twentieth century in Europe was an urban century: it was shaped by life in, and the view from, the. Streetlife: The Untold History of Europe’s Twentieth Century The untold history of Europe’s twentieth century is a book by British academic Leif Jerram. Rycroft, Simon () [Review] Leif Jerram () Streetlife: the untold history of Europe’s twentieth century. Journal of Urban History, 39 (1).
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Laura rated it liked it Aug 23, Streetlife is an important work for anyone interested in urban history, especially those looking to merge the structural, social and political developments of the city with the great national and international histories traditionally told.
Lists with This Book. The twentieth century in Europe was an urban century: The overriding objective here is to bridge the gap between the political decision process and its impact on the lives of ordinary people.
Streetlife: The Untold History of Europe’s Twentieth Century
Jul 11, Andii rated it etreetlife was amazing Shelves: The new cultural arenas, whether the football stadium, the night club, or the living room, transformed life within European cities.
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It is a book made possible by the growing body of urban history which jreram been inspired by the cultural and historical geography theories which recognise space and place as important facets of human life, particularly those which have emphasised the role of the city in the creation of identities. James rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Women were not liberated in legislatures, but liberated themselves in factories, homes, nightclubs, and shops.
Our proudest cultural achievements lie not in our galleries or state theatres, but in our suburban TV sets, the dance halls, pop music played in garages, and hip hop sung on our estates.
Matt rated it it was amazing Mar 02, The twentieth century in Europe streetpife an urban century: Richard Blant rated it jeram liked it Jun 19, Interesting and thought provoking.
He openly admits that his work is not comprehensive including the major omission of economics and there is much scope xtreetlife others to build upon his ideas. In StreetlifeLeif Jerram presents a totally new history of the twentieth century, with the city at its heart, showing how everything distinctive about the century, from revolution and dictatorship to sexual liberation, was fundamentally shaped by the great urban centres which defined it.
The book investigates the transformation of Europe from the street level ‘from riot and revolution to sporting culture and sexual adventure’.
[Review] Leif Jerram (2011) Streetlife: the untold history of Europe’s twentieth century
Whilst other authors have also explored the impact of the city on national and international history 3Jerram does so far more explicitly by shifting the emphasis away from the how and why of urban development. Sam rated it liked it Jan 29, New forms of privacy and isolation were not simply a by-product of prosperity, but because people planned new ways of living, new forms of housing in suburbs and estates across the continent.
Hardcoverpages. Leif Jerram was born in Woolwich in south-east London inand lived there until he went to study history at university.
Within these chapters Jerram succeeds in bringing the grand narrative down to street level. The Way We Live Now? Instead he argues for a move from grand narrative writing although there is nothing new in that towards the everyday, the complex streetlif of which requires the rejection of deceptively neat theories. This article has multiple issues.
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Back to 4 The author is happy to accept xtreetlife review and does not wish to comment. These were the emerging cultures jerrwm football, dancing, music, cinema and television, activities which required a new system of spaces in which to be enacted, spaces which in turn have defined what is consumed and how.
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He has published widely in the field of cultural and urban history, including streettlife recently Germany’s Other Modernity: In StreetlifeLeif Jerram presents a totally new history of the twentieth century, with the city at its heart, showing how everything distinctive about the century, from revolution and dictatorship to sexual liberation, was fundamentally shaped by the great urban centres which defined it.
Open Preview See a Problem? In his epilogue Jerram encourages the reader to reflect upon the way in which cities are evaluated, both historically and within contemporary society.
A great read and an atreetlife perspective on history: