edited by Stuart Elden, Elizabeth Lebas and Eleonore Kofman
Henri Lefebvre is widely recognized as one of the most influential social theorists of the twentieth century. His writings on cities, everyday life, and the production of space have become hugely influential across Cultural Studies, Sociology, Geography and Architecture. Key Writings presents the full range of Lefebvre's thought in a single volume. The selection of essays, spanning 1933 to 1990, reinforce the relevance of Lefebvre's work to current debates in social theory, politics and philosophy. The book is divided into five sections: 'Philosophy and Marxism', 'The Critique of Everyday Life', 'The Country and the City', 'History, Time and Space' and 'Politics' and includes a general introduction by the editors as well as separate introductions to each section.
Paperback: 352 pages
Product Dimensions: 138 x 216 mm
Published by Bloomsbury