• Publications
  • Influence
Patrick Geddes: Social Evolutionist and City Planner
1. Introduction 2. The Formative Years: A Biologist's Viewpoint 3. Practical Experiments in Social Evolution 4. Museums, Actual and Possible 5. Maverick in the Social Sciences 6. The Sociologists ofExpand
Housing and Town Planning, 1900–1939
Philanthropy and public enterprise: International exhibitions and the modern town planning movement, 1889–1913
The purpose of this paper is to explore how modern town planning became an international movement before 1914. In this formative period, there was a professionalization of skills in town planningExpand
Towns, plans, and society in modern Britain
1. Introduction 2. Understanding cities: the impact of mass urbanisation 3. Ideals and experiments in modern urban living, 1860-1914 4. Town planning in a free society: the inter war period 5. TheExpand
Peter Clark (ed.), The European City and Green Space: London, Stockholm, Helsinki and St Petersburg, 1850–2000. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. xxv + 318pp. Index. Footnotes. 1 colour + 37 B&W illus. £50.00
entrenched, with the resulting confinement of women increasingly to the domain of the domestic. There are interesting issues here to be explored about the extent to which we can talk aboutExpand