‘A Social Revolution that has come to stay’: Community Centres on New Housing Estates, 1918-39

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Abstract

Invited essay in an edited volume on architecture and planning in inter-war Britain, which discusses the emergence of the community centre as an architectural typology and places it within wider narratives of citizenship and community.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReconstruction
Subtitle of host publicationArchitecture, the Built Environment and the Aftermath of the First World War
EditorsNeal Shasore, Jessica Kelly
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
ISBN (Electronic)9781350152960, 9781350152953
ISBN (Print)9781350152946
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2 Jul 2020

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