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Researchers working under this theme are collectively investigating the relationship between people and places across several continents, spanning the period from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. Interests include the transmission of ideas and traditions over time; the history of urban development and planning; and the relationship between architecture, culture and specific communities.
This project explores the social, geographical and physical boundaries encompassed by the early modern metropolitan parish.
The Kibbutz, (meaning in Hebrew: ingathering), refers to a form of voluntary collective settlement developed in Palestine at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Throughout his career, the architect, planner and urban historian Erwin Anton Gutkind (1886-1968) engaged with many of the key architectural concerns of the twentieth century, including mass housing, post-war reconstruction, environmental design and urban growth.