His primary scientific interests are in Social science, Everyday life, Media studies, Epistemology and Aesthetics. His Social science study combines topics in areas such as Consumerism and Commodity. His Everyday life research includes themes of Portrait, Visual arts and Literature.
Borrowing concepts from State space, Henri Lefebvre weaves in ideas under Media studies. His Epistemology investigation overlaps with other areas such as Work, Spacetime, Spatial turn and Abstract space. His research in the fields of Period overlaps with other disciplines such as Built environment, Right to the city and Interpretation.
His primary areas of study are Social science, Everyday life, Modernity, Aesthetics and Epistemology. His studies in Social science integrate themes in fields like Political economy, Manifesto and Media studies. His research integrates issues of Literature and Structuralism in his study of Everyday life.
His Modernity research incorporates elements of Dialectic and Art history. His work often combines Aesthetics and Context studies.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social science, Everyday life, Modernity, Aesthetics and Architecture. His Social science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Epistemology, Political economy and Media studies. Many of his research projects under Epistemology are closely connected to Rest, Semantic field and Charisma with Rest, Semantic field and Charisma, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His research in Everyday life focuses on subjects like Literature, which are connected to Portrait and Visual arts. His Modernity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Anthropology, Consumption, Gender studies, Vulgarity and Modernism. Henri Lefebvre has included themes like Relation and Point in his Aesthetics study.
Henri Lefebvre spends much of his time researching Social science, Modernity, Everyday life, Architecture and Regional science. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as State space, National language, Social space and State, in his Social science studies. His Modernity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Anthropology, Hegelianism, Gender studies and Structuralism.
His studies deal with areas such as Portrait, Visual arts and Literature as well as Everyday life.
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The production of space
Economic Geography (1992)
Writings on cities
Henri Lefebvre;Elizabeth Le Bas.
Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life
La production de l'espace
The Urban Revolution
Critique of everyday life
Le droit à la ville
L Homme et la société (1967)
Everyday life in the modern world
Henri Lefebvre;Sacha Rabinovitch;Philip Wander.
State, Space, World: Selected Essays
Henri Lefebvre;Stuart Elden;Neil Brenner;Gerald Moore.
The Everyday and Everydayness
Henri Lefebvre;Christine Levich.
Yale French Studies (1987)
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