|Title: ||Vernacular workplace culture : the ghosts of collectivity haunt the future|
|Citation: ||Borderlands, 2011, vol. 10, no. 2.|
|Issue Date: ||2011 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.borderlands.net.au/index.html|
|Abstract: ||This is an essay and a collection of photographs of British industrial ruins taken between 2002 and 2004 that features fragments of a vanished industrial workplace, replete with its modes of conviviality, having fun and sharing enthusiasms. The photographs hint at a working class culture that is rapidly disappearing in the UK, but they cannot capture it. Yet they offer images for conjecture about a recent past, with its traces of collectivity, humour and solidarity that haunts a potentially more dystopian future, and aim to honour a history that is in danger of being marginalised.|
|Description: ||Full text of this article is available at http://www.borderlands.net.au/vol10no2_2011/edensor_vernacular.pdf|
|Appears in Collections: ||Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences|
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