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Architecture and justice : judicial meanings in the public realm

Author: Jonathan Simon; Nicholas Temple; Renée Tobe
Publisher: Burlington, VT : Ashgate Publishing Company, [2013]
Series: Ashgate studies in architecture series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bringing together leading scholars in the fields of criminology, international law, philosophy and architectural history and theory, this book examines the interrelationships between architecture and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Simon; Nicholas Temple; Renée Tobe
ISBN: 9781409431732 1409431738 1409431746 9781409431749
OCLC Number: 856647440
Description: xxi, 292 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Prisons and prison cells : The aesthetics and anaesthetics of prison architecture / Yvonne Jewkes --
Architecture and contested space in the development of the modern prison / Helen Johnston --
A simple idea in architecture: on the principles of projecting prisons / Gabriela Świtek --
The watchman in the vineyard: historical traces of judicial and punitive practices in Lincoln / Nicholas Temple --
Part 2. Courthouses and courtrooms : Back to the future?: The challenge of the past for courthouses of tomorrow / Linda Mulcahy --
Lecture theatre: echoes of the Palais de Justice in legal education / Keith Crawford --
Virtual courts and putting 'summary' back into 'summary justice': merely brief, or unjust? / Emma Rowden --
Constitution Hill: just space or space of justice? / Zarina Patel and Clinton David van der Merwe --
The architecture and operation of the Imperial Chinese yamen / Peter Blundell Jones --
Part 3. Civic and societal order : Violent stone: the city of dialectical justice: three tales from court / Jonathan Charley --
The spatial registers of justice / Richard Patterson --
Gimme shelter: mass incarceration and the criminology of the housing boom / Jonathan Simon --
Drawing conclusions: Fort Rupert, British Columbia in 1863 / John Bass --
Repurposing with a vengeance: a dance of restrained acts towards justice / Catherine Hamel --
Part 4. Philosophical questions of propriety : Architecture, justice, conflict, measure / Peter Carl --
Politikē Aretē: or the origins of civic justice / Renée Tobe --
Ensemble performances: architects and justice in Athenian drama / Lisa Landrum --
The architecture of Lincoln Cathedral and the institution of justice / John Hendrix --
Politics and architecture / Raymond Geuss.
Series Title: Ashgate studies in architecture series.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Simon, University of California Berkeley, USA, Nicholas Temple, University of Huddersfield, UK, and Renée Tobe, University of East London, UK.

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