Cities & Bodies: Classical & Fascist Imaginaries in the Machine Age
The image of the toppled tyrant’s statue foregrounds the monumental city as historical text. This essay examines the meanings derived from modern embodied national spectacle.
||History of Body, Urban Planning, Architecture, Fascism, Nazism, Classicism, Modernist, Historiography
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 8, pp.125-136.
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Michael Budd (BS, University of Oregon, MA and PhD, Rutgers University);is associate professor in the Salve Regina University Humanities and Technology Doctoral Program. His interests include the history of the body, colonial violence and revolution, historical film, Art & the Machine, Urban History, and military history & technology. He is the author of "The Sculpture Machine: Physical Culture and Body Politics in the Age of Empire" (Macmillan UK/ NYU Press 1997).
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