Industrial Heritage in Denmark: Landscapes, Environment and Historical Archeology by Morten Pedersen

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Author
Morten Pedersen
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Aarhus Universitetsforlag
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285
ISBN
9788771241082
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Hardcover
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Since the middle of the 1800s, Denmark has increasingly taken the form of an industrial society, also in the sense that the industry's physical environments have been a growing part of the cultural landscape - and the development is still going on. Especially the massive building developments, which can be observed alongside the motorways, are a clear manifestation that industry - although having moved out of the old neighborhoods in the major cities from the 1950s, if not before - still dominates the landscape. The focal point of this book is the industrial environment, as understood through the objects, buildings and landscapes that came with industrial production, as well as its relationship to the natural conditions and the associated methods of production and lifestyles, organizations, assessments and knowledge. Emphasis will be placed on the physical environment, although research has also been carried out on work culture and business history.


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