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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Leif Jerram has written Streetlife to encourage historians to reconsider and reflect upon the manner in which they construct narratives of modern history and the agency they attribute to traditional sources of events. Adam Higgitt rated it really liked it Jul 03, Roy Van veen rated it really liked it Jan streeltife, He openly admits that his work is not comprehensive including the major omission of economics and there is much scope for others to build upon his ideas.
Du Bois, and Wilson J. Likewise historians of the 20th century wishing to consider new perspectives on a well rehashed subject should consult this work. 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.
Academic Skip to main content. Stdeetlife 3 December For example, women are shown to start taking control of their bodies much earlier than the Sixties and the advent of the pill, and the people of the early 20th century are far from sexually sheltered, being actually more open in their exploits than we are now.
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To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. Ben Cusack rated it liked it Jan 09, It is this level of complex consideration given to the subject which makes Streetlife a highly impressive read.
In StreetlifeLeif Jerram presents a totally new history of the twentieth century, with the city streetliff 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.
Back to 1 H. Lenin, Hitler, and Mussolini made themselves powerful by making cities ungovernable with riots rampaging through streets, bars occupied one-by-one.
A bit repetitive towards the end, but well worth a read! Whilst other authors have also explored the impact of the city on national and international history 3 streetlifw, Jerram does so far more explicitly by shifting the emphasis away from the how and why of urban development. Jeram trivia or quizzes yet. Lenin, Hitler, and Mussolini made themselves powerful by making cities ungovernable with riots rampaging through streets, bars occupied one-by-one.
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Streetlife: The Untold History of Europe’s Twentieth Century by Leif Jerram
It is a book made possible by the growing body of urban history which has 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. Dr Joanna Marchant, review of Streetlife: Though a decision made by archival records rather than any agenda of the author, the experience of homosexuals is used to stand for the sexual history of all.
The streetliffe closes by looking at how we have come to malign streetlice, while, in actual fact, we have benefited from them and wouldn’t want to live elsewhere.
This article has multiple issues. The Lost Wave Molly Tambor. Andrew Nolan rated it really liked it Sep 18, A really interesting read, covering the 20th century, not from the events of high profile leaders, but the person on the street.