Architecture and Order: Approaches to Social Space

@inproceedings{Kent1993ArchitectureAO,
  title={Architecture and Order: Approaches to Social Space},
  author={S. Kent and M. Pearson and C. Richards},
  year={1993}
}
Architecture is a powerful medium for representing, ordering and classifying the world; meaning may be created and reworked by defining symbolic boundaries, analogues and metaphors. For over a decade archaeologists have been using concepts of the symbolic use of space. Contributions to "Architecture and Order" range from studies of hunter-gatherer camp organization to the use of space in classical and medieval worlds. As well as archaeological case studies, there are contributions exploring… Expand
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