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Title: Empty space and the city : the reoccupation of Berlin
Authors: Grech, John
Keywords: Identity (Philosophical concept)
Citizenship -- Germany
Arts and society -- Germany -- Berlin
Wenders, Wim, 1945-
Motion pictures -- Germany -- History
Cold War in motion pictures
Subjectivity in motion pictures
Issue Date: 2002-05-13
Publisher: Duke University Press
Citation: Grech, J. (2002). Empty space and the city: the reoccupation of Berlin. Radical History Review, 83(1), 115-142.
Abstract: Individuals of foreign origins, the migrant and the tourist are considered, alongside that of a citizen in an analytical synthesis to examine how people occupy space in the city these days. It aims at displacing fixed notions of time-space, here-there, past-present, in-out as part of a larger, ongoing search for a sense of belonging.
ISSN: 0163-6545
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