What follows is an extract, some preliminary research, from an essay I’m working on with Sammy Medina. It’s in very rough form, and over-footnoted. Much of it will have to be cut. 2,072 more words
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I’m staying on East 12th Street (corner of Broadway) for the next few weeks. I am right opposite Strand Books… There is a grill over the window, hence the somewhat murky image.
848 pages of Henri Lefebvre - The Critique of Everyday Life: The One-Volume Edition.
Three volumes in one – the first volume comes from 1947, with a second edition in 1958 that almost doubles its length; the second volume from 1961; the third from 1981. 32 more words
There’s a bunch of books which recently came out, useful to grasp Henri Lefebvre’s legacy in urban studies and theory. Well, in recent times, planning and critical urban studies have been finding again the route for fruitful dialogues and the works of the French filosopher have furnished some of the theoretical concepts useful to underpin radical studies to institutional systems and policy analyses. 330 more words