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Marc Augé, Jean Rolin and the mapping of (non-)place in modern France.

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.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Jean Rolin, Marc Augé, Space, Non-place, France, Post-war.
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Record Created:22 Jun 2011 10:05
Last Modified:22 Jun 2011 14:29

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