Desire lines: space, memory and identity in the post-apartheid city
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Hostels, Homes, Museum: Memorialising migrant labour pasts in Lwandle, South Africa
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Deakin University. Murdoch University. National Library of Australia. Bremner is at the forefront of this scholarship, and her intimate knowledge of the city makes this a deeply personal but authoritative collection of essays.
Writing the City into Being is an important book for those seeking to understand cities in a rapidly changing and fragmented world. Lindsay Bremner is an extraordinary guide to the city of Johannesburg, and one of its most incisive commentators.
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Part I Planning Fictions. Part IV Transit Spaces. Illustration credits.