By: John R Gold and George Revill
272 pages, b&w illus
Presents a guide through the representations of the environment found in everyday life encounters, in nature, culture, representation, landscape, art and in the media.
List of Figures Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Studying Environmental Representations 3. Representations in Context 4. The Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Legacies 5. Enlightenment and Romanticism 6. Empire, Exploitation and Control 7. Representing Urban Environments 8. Historic Cities, Future Cities 9. Conclusion Bibliography Index
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