Book review: The Architectures of Childhood: Children, Modern Architecture and Reconstruction in Postwar England by Roy Kozlovsky

kozlovsky_series 1324 cover.QXD_the architecturesI recently reviewed Roy Kozlovsky’s book The Architectures of Childhood: Children, Modern Architecture and Reconstruction in Postwar England (Ashgate, Farnham, 2013) for the Journal of Historical Geography and the review can now be read online at http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S0305748814001376.

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2 Comments on “Book review: The Architectures of Childhood: Children, Modern Architecture and Reconstruction in Postwar England by Roy Kozlovsky”

  1. Joel says:

    Hi — I came across your site via a curiosity in what you’ve written for your book review of Kozlovsky’s ‘Architectures of Childhood’ from your study perspective. I’ve also written a review for the literature in my field (playwork: International Journal of Play, Vol 3 Iss. 2, 2014), as also linked to my architecture studies at University in the early 90s. I’d be interested if there were a way of accessing your text (in exchange for mine) without incurring the fee charged by the publishers. Look forward to hearing from you — Joel


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