Till our liberties be secure: popular sovereignty and public space in Bristol, 1780-1850

Poole, S. (1999) Till our liberties be secure: popular sovereignty and public space in Bristol, 1780-1850. Urban History, 26 (1). pp. 40-54. ISSN 0963-9268

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Abstract

An essay contrasting the symbolic geography and topographies of two important public spaces in Bristol, Brandon Hill and Queen Square, and arguing that through case studies such as this, the contestable nature of public space, and its shifting identity, can be exposed.

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Additional Information:This article © Cambridge University Press
Uncontrolled Keywords:Bristol, public space, radicalism, civic pride, Brandon Hill, Queen Square, riots
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
ID Code:11688
Deposited By: Dr S. Poole
Deposited On:17 Nov 2010 16:22
Last Modified:12 Aug 2013 12:55

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