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Bremner, G. A., 1974–
Building Greater Britain : architecture, imperialism, and the Edwardian Baroque Revival, c.1885 - 1920 / G. A. Bremner.
London : Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2022.
New Haven : Yale University Press
Physical Description:
xi, 356 pages : illustrations (black and white and color) ; 30 cm
Reference Library
NA968.5.E38 B74 2022 (LC) Oversize
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-341) and index.
Subject Terms:
Architecture -- Great Britain -- History.
Architecture, Edwardian -- Great Britain.
Imperialism -- Great Britain.
Imperialism and architecture -- Great Britain.

  • Styling Greater Britain: language, gender, and the Edwardian Baroque Revival
  • Imperial decline?: anxiety, 'efficiency', and rebuilding state power
  • Crimson threads: constructing Britishness in the dominions
  • Building for eternity: Hebert Baker, the 'Grand Manner', and imperial patriotism
  • The rule of law: legal imperialism and fabricating British justice
  • In memoriam: monuments, memorials, and the architectonics of memory
  • Asset building: global finance and the sturctures on gentlemanly capitalism
  • Nerves and nodal points: communcations and the formation of imperial networking.