Out of Place (Gwalia): Occasional essays on Australian regional communities and built environments in transition
This collection of essays explores historical, geographical and cultural factors that contribute to our understanding of places and settings of Australian transient communities.
From Gwalia and Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, Charters Towers in Queensland, and Queenstown in Tasmania, the places provide opportunity to revisit sites of history from the different angles of architecture, landscape theory, social history and visual arts. They also provide a springboard for thinking through the pressing issues for of contemporary Australians and counterparts in other ‘post-settler’ societies.
PUBLICATION DATE: 2014
EXTENT: 304 pages
SIZE: 210 x 148 mm
CATEGORY: General Non-fiction, Nicole Sully, Philip Goldswain, Urban Planning & Architecture, UWAP Scholarly, William Taylor,