Repulsive Matter: Landscapes of Waste in the American Middle-Class Residential Domain

Engler, Mira
March 1997
Landscape Journal;Spring97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p60
Academic Journal
Explores residential spaces and objects in the United States that are associated with the production, storage and processing of waste. Insight on the ideology of waste and dirt; Historical perspective on landscape of waste; History of waste recycling.


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