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In Private: the domestic interior in the US and UK in the 1970s

In Private: the domestic interior in the US and UK in the 1970s
In Private: the domestic interior in the US and UK in the 1970s
This is the first academic text that considers the design of the 1970s domestic interior beyond the kitsch, emphasising the significance of the home, including its furnishings and décor, as barometer and testing ground for wider socio-cultural, historical and political concerns. Focusing on the home as a site of interplay between the private and the public, the book considers the ways in which the period extends notions of being 'being modern'
interior design, home, cultural politics
Bloomsbury Academic
Turney, Joanne
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Turney, Joanne
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Turney, Joanne (2020) In Private: the domestic interior in the US and UK in the 1970s , London. Bloomsbury Academic

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This is the first academic text that considers the design of the 1970s domestic interior beyond the kitsch, emphasising the significance of the home, including its furnishings and décor, as barometer and testing ground for wider socio-cultural, historical and political concerns. Focusing on the home as a site of interplay between the private and the public, the book considers the ways in which the period extends notions of being 'being modern'

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In preparation date: January 2020
Keywords: interior design, home, cultural politics

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Local EPrints ID: 431217
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/431217
PURE UUID: f60a7bc1-2c08-4c36-9f5b-bc22d7c207da

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Date deposited: 28 May 2019 16:30
Last modified: 28 May 2019 16:30

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