Thinking Forward through the Past: Prospecting for Urban Order in (Victorian) Public Parks

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Churchill, D; Crawford, A; Barker, A;
(2018)
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications

Supplementing familiar linear and chronological accounts of history, we delineate a novel approach that explores connections between past, present and future. Drawing on Koselleck, we outline a framework for analysing the interconnected categories of ‘spaces of experien... View more
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    15 WYAS, LLC16/1/2, 11 December 1857.

    16 A popular bat-and-ball game, played in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the object was to hit the ‘knor’ (a small ball) as far as possible with a stick (the ‘spell’); see: http://woodhousemooronline.com/?p=1352 17 West Yorkshire Archives Service (hereafter WYAS), LLC16/1/2, 26 May 1859; LM 28 May 1859, p.5. See also LM 11 August 1859, p.3

    18 Leeds Central Library, L35L L517, 1867, p.4

    19 WYAS, LLC16/1/2, 26 August 1859; 29 April 1860.

    20 The Leeds Mercury supported what it saw as a judicious regulation of public space, ‘in the protection of the Moor for the general good’: 11 August 1859, p.3.

    21 Leeds Mercury, 23 July 1881, p.7.

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