Welch, Edward. (2010) 'Marc Augé, Jean Rolin and the mapping of (non-)place in modern France.', Irish journal of French studies., 9 (1). pp. 49-68.
Drawing on Marc Augé’s concept of the non-lieu to discuss the work of Jean Rolin, this article argues that Rolin’s work maps the complicated and porous frontiers between place and non-place in contemporary France by contextualizing them in terms of the economic planning and modernization that began to shape its landscape through late capitalist development in the 1960s and ’70s.
|Keywords:||Jean Rolin, Marc Augé, Space, Non-place, France, Post-war.|
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