7 edition of A History of Domestic Space found in the catalog.
January 2000 by UBC Press .
Written in English
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A History of Domestic Space explores how domestic architecture has shaped and been shaped by family and social relationships over the past three centuries.
The changing form, setting, and technology of the home have profoundly affected our opportunities for individual privacy within a family and family privacy within a s: 1.
"A History of Domestic Space" explores how domestic architecture has shaped and been shaped by family and social relationships over the past three centuries. The changing form, setting, and technology of the home have profoundly affected our opportunities for Homes are our most personal, private places, at the heart of how we conceive of life outside the public sphere/5.
A history of domestic space: privacy and the Canadian home User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Both a typological A History of Domestic Space book and a cogent sociological exploration, this book methodically discusses the nature and content of residential architecture in Canada--from the bourgeois parlors of turn-of.
This is a history of domestic space in Canada. Peter Ward looks at how spaces in the Canadian home have changed over the last three centuries, and how family and social relationships have shaped - and been shaped by - these changing : Summary.
After a period of neglect, domestic space in science attracted historical scrutiny with the A History of Domestic Space book of sociological and geographical approaches to the study of scientific knowledge production. In parallel, historians concerned with women and gender in science argued for the significance of the domestic context.
In A History of Domestic€ History of domestic space: privacy and the Canadian home. - Free Homes are our most personal, private places, at the heart of. This volume takes forward the debate about 19th-century domestic space, drawing on economic history and literary criticism.
To date, studies of 19th-century domestic space have discussed a feminized, middle class sphere, often using domestic guides and fictional representations of domesticity to generate their arguments. Ward’s book is a welcome complement to the recently published Homeplace by Peter Ennals and Deryck Holdsworth.
Laurie Stanley-Blackwell, CBRA Peter Ward teaches in the Department of History at the University of British Columbia. A history of domestic space, or a spatial history of domesticity. [POMLAS, Abstract]. Book Of A Lifetime: The Poetics of Space, By Gaston Bachelard.
In a tumbledown cottage the wood-cutter's daughter dreams of life in the palace; in the palace the young prince believes that in a forest hut lives the woman he is destined to love and marry. ThisReadergathers together significant writing on domestic space through history and across cultures and disciplines, ranging from anthropology to fiction.
As its Latin source (domesticus; domus) suggests, ‘domestic’ signifies of/belonging to the home, house, or household. Briganti/mezei Domestic space Reader pb $ $ Total Books canadian customers pay 5% hsT/GsT on total books New York state customers pay 8% sales tax postage and handling in a(hsT incl.) $ first book, $ each additional postage and handling overseas $ Us frst book, $ Us each additional.
A History of Domestic Space explores how domestic architecture has shaped and been shaped by family and social relationships over the past three. The Domestic Space Reader book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tune in to HGTV, visit your local bookstore's magazine sec /5. Books; Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity; Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity that greater weight and independence should be given to material culture as a source for studying ancient history.
The book will be invaluable for upper-level undergraduates, graduate students and scholars. ( b) ‘Domestic facades: a feature of the Cited by: This book is a well-written, engaging introduction to the history of domestic space and its impact on privacy in the home and in the community.
Peter Ward has done an adequate job of demonstrating the way in which family and social relationships have transformed Canadian domestic architecture and increased the levels of both personal and family.
Cooper Library Reference Unit Domestic Space in History pm 7/06 Reference Books Overviews American Shelter: An Illustrated NAW34 () Encyclopedia of the American Home Encyclopedia of American Social History REF HNE58 Research AHA Guide to Historical Literature REF DA55 Guides Reference Sources in History: An REF D20.
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The changing form, setting, and technology of the home have profoundly affected our opportunities for individual privacy within a family and family privacy within a community."--Jacket.
Space has emerged in recent years as a radical category in a range of related disciplines across the humanities. Of the many possible applications of this new interest, some of the most exciting and challenging have addressed the issue of domestic architecture and its function as a space for both the dramatisation and the negotiation of a cluster of highly salient issues concerning.
The Domestic Space Reader demonstrates how discussions of domestic spaces can help us better understand our inner lives and challenge our perceptions of life in particular times and places. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(10).
Film and Domestic Space offers a robust investigation of the myriad relations between film and domestic space. With attention to the different kinds of domestic spaces represented across various global cinemas, the volume considers the central place of home in the cinema, and of the cinema in the home.
Examining the work of three authors: Richardson, Haywood and Burney, and their representation of domestic space, this book argues that to make such spaces accessible to modern readers they need to have information of the real domestic.
By recreating specifics of these spaces this book innervatesBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Domestic space architecture, as well as the evolution of architectural cross-currents and styles influencing Malta in the year time-frame covered by this study, feature prominently.
Domestic Space and Republican Virtue: Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Architecture of America. Dissertation Abstracts International: (): AA.
(Dissertation: U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, ) () Lawrence, Roderick J. Domestic Space and Society: A Cross-Cultural Study. Society for Comparative Study of Society and History.
Archaeology of Domestic Architecture and the Human Use of Space. Northern Irish Poetry and Domestic Space explores why houses, in some ways the most private of spaces, have taken up such visibly public positions in the work of a range of prominent poets from Northern Ireland, examining the work of Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon and Medbh : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The Domestic Space Reader demonstrates how discussions of domestic spaces can help us better understand our inner lives and challenge our perceptions of life in particular times and places.
Chiara Briganti is the academic director for British Programmes of the College of Global Studies at Arcadia University and a visiting research fellow at. This is a history of domestic space in Canada. Peter Ward looks athow spaces in the Canadian home have changed over the last threecenturies, and how family and social relationships have shaped -- andbeen shaped by -- these changing spaces.
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It attempts to promote an understanding of the history of the kinds of ideas which are invested in Cited by: Likewise, geographer Kay J. Anderson describes how race and class privilege infused the social production of space in late 19th-century Vancouver, Canada.
Anderson’s work examines the variety of material and social practices through which both racialized space and constructed notions of racialized difference were produced and naturalized. A history of domestic space: privacy and the Canadian home Ward, W.
Peter. Book, ix, pages,  pages of plates. resembles domestic space and work has become ubiquitous, we still consider domestic space as outside the realm of production. But it is precisely the intimacy of domestic space that should be considered the social and political archetype of the very idea of production.
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