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  1. Week 1 - Introduction: Histories of Global London, 1900 to the present 12 items
    1. Primary Texts 5 items
      1. Londoners - Michael Hebbert

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading.

      2. London identities - Bosetti Nicolas, Tom Colthorpe

        Webpage Essential

    2. Secondary Texts 7 items
      1. Newcomers: the West Indians in London - Ruth Glass, University College, London. Centre for Urban Studies 1960

        Book Recommended 'Chapter II: Characteristics and Distribution of West Indians in London',; 'Chapter III: Problems of Settlement and Adjustment', pp11-92.

      2. The Lonely Londoners - Samuel Selvon, Susheila Nasta 2006

        Book Recommended With footnote by Sushelia Nasta – Whole book recommended

      3. London’s Population - Mateos Pablo

        Chapter Recommended

      4. London 2001 - Peter Hall 1989

        Book Recommended Chp 2: 'London’s Growth', pp 29-49; Chp 6: 'Building 2001', pp 153-168

      5. A social atlas of London - John Shepherd, John Westaway, Trevor Lee 1974

        Book Recommended The social development of London, pp 17-45 . [Also useful - Introduction: the spatial structure of London, pp 5-16; and Appendix 1, pp 116-117.]

      6. Edge of empire: postcolonialism and the city - Jane M. Jacobs 1996 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Chp 2: '(Post)Colonial Spaces', pp 40-87. [Also useful: Chp 3: 'Negotiating the heart: place and identity in the post-imperial city', pp 88-144]

  2. Week 2 - Case 2: Sink Spectacle in the Elephant and Castle and Aylesbury Estate 11 items
    1. Primary Texts 4 items
      1. On being included: racism and diversity in institutional life - Sara Ahmed 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential ‘Institutional racism’ and ‘The language of diversity’,pp 44-81.

    2. Secondary Texts 7 items
      1. Remaking London: decline and regeneration in urban culture - Ben Campkin 2013

        Book Recommended Especially chapter 4, ‘Sink Estate Spectacle’, pp. 37-104. Also recommended ch 2, ‘Life in the Ruins’ and 3, ‘Regeneration ad nauseam’.

      2. The likes of us: a biography of the white working class - Michael Collins 2005

        Book Recommended Read review at https://www.theguardian.com/books/2004/jul/24/highereducation.biography1

      3. Out-of-sync estates - Ben Campkin

        Chapter Recommended

  3. Week 3 - Case 3: Brunswick Centre, 1960s-70s, and Holborn: a flagship post-war social housing project and inner-city social change 9 items
    1. Primary Texts 4 items
      1. Introduction - Ruth Glass

        Chapter Essential

      2. Family and kinship in east London - Michael Dunlop Young, Peter Willmott 2007

        Book Essential Introductions pp vii - xxviii, and Chps 6-8, pp 89-131

    2. Secondary Texts 5 items
      1. Traffic in towns: a study of the long term problems of traffic in urban areas - Colin Buchanan, Geoffrey Crowther, Great Britain. Ministry of Transport 1963

        Book Recommended Digitised reading. Pp 29-32 ‘The form of urban areas’, and pp 124-161 ‘A metropolitan block’

      2. Chapter 2: Settlement of the Bangladeshis - Geoff Dench, Kate Gavron, Michael Young 2006

        Chapter Recommended

  4. Week 4 - Case 4: Radical urbanism: the Greater London Council in the 1980s and 1990s and the London Lesbian and Gay Centre 11 items
    1. Primary Texts 5 items
      1. For time Immemorial: Marking Time in the Built Environment - Christopher Castiglia, Christopher Reed

        Chapter Essential

      2. The Only One - DJ Ritu

        Article Essential E-journal. The article can be found on page 5, of this journal.

      3. Sexual difference and Britishness - Matt Houlbrook

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading.

    2. Secondary Texts 6 items
      1. No bath but plenty of bubbles: an oral history of the Gay Liberation Front, 1970-73 - Lisa Power 1995

        Book Recommended

  5. Week 5 - Case 5: Somerleyton Road, Brixton, in the 2000s: community-led regeneration, complex multiculturalism, localism and austerity 7 items
    1. Primary Texts 3 items
      1. Re-visioning Black Urbanism and the production of space - P Goodwin, J Oduroe

        Chapter Essential

      2. Chapter One - Paul Gilory

        Chapter Essential

    2. Secondary Texts 4 items
      1. Newcomers: the West Indians in London - Ruth Glass, University College, London. Centre for Urban Studies 1960

        Book Recommended

  6. Week 6: Reading Week 0 items
  7. Week 7: Introduction to sites for primary archive and fieldwork research. Research protocols, methods and engagement. 8 items
    (BARC0128 students only)
    1. Primary Texts 3 items
      1. Our Kind of Town (2) - Phil Cohen 2017

        Article Essential

      2. Hard times: an oral history of the Great Depression - Studs Terkel c1986

        Book Essential

    2. Secondary Texts 5 items
      1. Endnote: Mixed Feelings - James Clifford

        Chapter Essential

      2. London 2012 and the post-Olympics city: a hollow legacy? 2017

        Book Recommended

  8. London is the place for me - Justinien Tribillon

    Chapter  Digitised reading.

  9. Babylon comes to Bloomsbury - Ena Kendall

    Article  Digitised reading.

  10. Population structure and immigrant groups - J. Shepherd et al.

    Chapter  Digitised reading.

  11. London: aspects of change - R. Glass

    Chapter  Digitised reading.

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