Gender, Class, and Shelter, Issue 5

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Elizabeth C. Cromley, Carter L. Hudgins
Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1995 - Architecture - 272 pages
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Features 18 essays by scholars in the fields of folklore, architectural history, urban history, preservation, archaeology, and geography, tackling a variety of building types and interpretive issues within the broad themes of gender, economic and social institutions, ethnicity and race, popular culture, and rural and urban geographies. Bandw illustrations. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Angel KwolekFolland 1 Gender as a Category of Analysis in Vernacular Architecture St jdies
11
A Sacred Space
26
Figures
27
Linguistic and Sociolinguistic
40
The Clustered Spires
55
Baltimore Public School Buildings
70
Reinterpretive Tensions in the Quaker
78
Racial Stereotypes and the Anglo Rediscove y of
95
An Appropriation of Comrr ercial
109
NineteenthCentury Reforms
118
in Greene County Alabama
123
133 View of the Clarkson House from the Street
167
Photograph of the Clarkson Children behind Their Home
173
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