Cieraad, Irene Ed.

At home an anthropology of domestic space - New York Syracuse university press 1999 - xiii,184p.

CONTENTS
Illustrations vii Foreword by John Rennie Short ix Contributors xi
1. Introduction: Anthropology at Home Irene Cieraad i
2. Domesticity in Dispute: A Reconsideration of Sources Heidi de Mare 13
3. Dutch Windows: Female Virtue and Female Vice Irene Cieraad 31
4. The Ins and Outs of the Hall: A Parisian Example Ciline Rosselin 53
|5. "I've Always Fancied Owning Me Own Lion": Ideological Motivations in External House Decoration by Recent Homeowners John A. Dolan 60
6. Bringing Modernity Home: Open Plan in the British Domestic Interior JudyAttfield 73
7. The French Two-Home Project: Materialization of Family Identity Sophie Chevalier 83
Home: The Experience of Atmosphere Paul J. J. Pennartz 95
8. Negotiating Space in the Family Home Moira Munro and Ruth Madigan 107
10. The Domestication of Laundering Rudi Laermans and Carine Meulders 118
11. Constructing Home: A Crossroads of Choices Elizabeth Shove 130
12. "Postmodern" Home Life Tim Putnam 144
Works Cited 155
Index 173



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