Studies in Post-Industrial Life
Paul A. Shackel
The industrial world has experienced a profound upheaval over the last few decades as long-established modes of stable regional economic growth have given way to precarity. Post-industrial life is not merely an upheaval in the economic realm, but also reflects profound political, social, cultural, material and aesthetic changes to everyday life. Scholars grapple with understanding the meaning of the remains of post-industrial landscapes and how they are perceived by different stakeholders. This series provides an avenue for scholars to discuss the post-industrial landscape as a political project that has an outcome in urban and environmental decay.
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