The Political Unconscious of Architecture, edited by Nadir Lahiji – now available in paperback.

We are pleased to say that The Political Unconscious of Architecture edited by Nadir Lahiji is now available in paperback.

Thirty years have passed since eminent cultural and literary critic Fredric Jameson wrote his classic work, The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act and now a team of leading scholars examine the important contribution made by Jameson to the radical critique of architecture over this period.

Political Unconscious of ArchitectureThe Political Unconscious of Architecture breaks new ground in architectural criticism offering insights into the interrelationships between politics, culture, space, and architecture.

‘… With luminous scope and impressive depth, this collection insists on the fuller significance of Jameson’s thought for architecture. It is important for anyone interested in progressive thinking about cultural practices.’    Michael Hays, Harvard University, USA

Contributors: Bechir Kenzari; David Cunningham; Donald Kunze; Gevork Hartoonian; Hal Foster; Jane Rendell; Joan Ockman; Kojin Karatani; Louis Martin; Nadir Lahiji; Robin Wilson; Slavoj Žižek; Terry Smith; Xavier Costa.

About the Editor: Nadir Lahiji is an architect, critic, educator, and a theorist. He teaches architecture theory, modernity, and contemporary criticism in the intersections of philosophy, radical social theory, and psychoanalytical theory.

For further information about The Political Unconscious of Architecture including sample pages and contents please visit our website.

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