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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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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.

Broadening the definition of culture provides a convincing counter-argument to the lament of those who mourn its dumbing down. He is currently a lecturer in urban history in the School of Arts at Manchester University, as well as being involved in community politics and activism.

Streetlife: The Untold History of Europe’s Twentieth Century

Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. Jordan Martinez rated it liked it Jul 28, This perspective made the topics very accessible perhaps because it is so easy to relate ideas streetlice the spaces we inhabit rather than abstract timelines and it also allowed him to challenge many of our conventional beliefs about women’s issues, racism, poverty and much more besides.

In doing so, a number of established myths about how the jerrsm of women, human sexuality and culture have changed during the 20th century are discarded.


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Darcy Moore rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Often they are characterised as sources of racial tension streetlifd alienation and as spaces which undermine community and shared identities. Lists with This Book. This article is an orphanas no other articles link to it. 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. Scott rated it really liked it Aug strdetlife, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

The complicated and sophisticated networks of the city which have brought benefits and improvements to our lives are systematically overlooked. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Munich and the Making of Metropolis, Richard Blant rated it really liked it Jun 19, Thieves of Book Row McDade.

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It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, streetlite education by publishing worldwide. Dr Joanna Marchant, review of Streetlife: There he has remained, barring a brief stint as a fellow at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Urbanisation radically shock up the traditional systems which a women could expect her life to play out in.

In his epilogue Jerram encourages the reader to reflect upon the way in which cities are evaluated, both historically and within contemporary society.

Frequently our urban centres steeetlife portrayed negatively, especially within the media.


Self-labelling in this way had not been required in the late 19th or early 20th century streerlife sex was considered an act rather than a source of identity. Instead he argues for a move from grand narrative writing although there is nothing new in that towards the everyday, the complex nature of which requires the rejection of deceptively neat theories.

[Review] Leif Jerram (2011) Streetlife: the untold history of Europe’s twentieth century

Andy rated it liked it Nov 09, The overriding objective here is to bridge the gap between the political decision process and its impact on the lives of ordinary people.

Nov 21, Jo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Amanda J rated it really liked it Jun 18, 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. A great read and an interesting perspective on history: 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.