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The Ill-Equipped Modernist

Historicizing Édouard Dujardin’s Les Lauriers Sont Coupés

Kelly J. Maynard

equipped. First, I mean Paris’s Haussmannized spaces that Charles Baudelaire so deftly and presciently identified. The new city engendered challenges of self-representation and social status. It facilitated unprecedented relationships—sexual, romantic, and

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The anthropology of infrastructure

The boom and the bubble?

Natalia Buier

materialism: Ethics and ontology .” Subjectivity 9 : 225 – 245 . Rodgers , Dennis . 2012 . “ Haussmannization in the tropics: Abject urbanism and infrastructural violence in Nicaragua .” Ethnography 13 : 413 – 438 . Rodgers , Dennis , and Bruce

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The Nineteenth Century

Not Forgotten but Rather Revitalized

Christine Haynes

. Among its many important historiographical contributions, this book makes a convincing case that the “modernization” of Paris began well before the “Haussmannization” of the Second Empire. Insisting upon the “spatial” nature of modernity, it also