Table of contents for Industrial ruins : spaces, aesthetics and materiality / Tim Edensor.

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Contents
Acknowledgements vii
1 Introduction 1
2 The Contemporary Uses of Industrial Ruins 00
 Using Ruined Space
 Plundering
 Home-making
 Adventuous play
 Mundane leisure spaces / ruins as exemplary sites
 Art space
 Representing Ruin
 Nature Reserves
 Conclusion
3 Ruins and the Disordering of Space 00
 Spatial Ordering and Disordering
 Ruins and Their Phantom Networks
 The Disorderly Aesthetics of Ruins
 Performance and Sensation in Ruined Space
 Conclusion
4 Materiality in the Ruin: Waste, Excess and Sensuality 00
 Wasted Spaces and Things
 Material Excess and the Recontextualisation of Objects
 The Affordances of Ruined Things
 Conclusion
5 The Spaces of Memory and the Ghosts of Dereliction 000
 The Multiple Temporalities of Ruins
 Theorising Memory in Space
 The Allegorical Resonances of Ruins
 Ruins and Involuntary Memories
 The Ghosts of Ruins
6 Conclusion 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Industrial archaeology.