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Author Lozanovska, Mirjana, author.

Title Migrant housing : architecture, dwelling, migration / Mirjana Lozanovska.

Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource ( xv, 242 pages) :
Series Routledge research in architecture
Routledge research in architecture.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Histories and theories of post-war migrant housing. Spatial enclaves and envelopes of identity -- Abjection, otherness, performativity -- Building the nation and the migrant enclave -- House/home. Diaspora aesthetics and the tell-tale details of architectural cultures -- The migrant house -- Dwelling after emigration -- Mapping migrant spaces of home. Maps, myths and origins -- The village as commemorative homeland -- Twin house.
2 Abjection, otherness, performativityIntroduction; 'Чурук Куќа' / Bad house; Abjection, motherland, mother-house; Interiority; Performativity; Subject/object relations within architecture; Notes; 3 Building the nation and the migrant enclave; Introduction; Assimilation, integration and multiculturalism -- in Australia; Migrant enclaves; Exclusionary practices; Representation; Notes; Part II House/home; 4 Diaspora aesthetics and the tell-tale details of architectural cultures; Introduction; Dwelling habitus and housing after migration; Documentation
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
History notes Mirjana Lozanovska is Associate Professor at Deakin University, Australia. Her research deploys multidisciplinary theories of space to examine mobility and exchange and its impact on architecture, diversity and culture, and the reinvention of the city. She has published widely on migration and architecture, and is editor of the anthology, Ethno-Architecture and the Politics of Migration (2016).
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 16, 2019).
Other author Taylor & Francis
Subject Architecture, Domestic -- Social aspects.
Immigrants -- Dwellings.
Identity (Psychology) in architecture.
Local series Taylor & Francis eBooks
ISBN 9780203701300 (electronic book)
0203701305 (electronic book)
9781351330145 (electronic book)
1351330144 (electronic book)
9781351330138 (electronic book)
1351330136 (electronic book)
9781351330121 (electronic book)
1351330128 (electronic book)
9781138574090 (hardcover)
Standard Number 10.4324/9780203701300

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