Geographies of Rhythm

I did some review work for Ashgate, and one of the books I ordered in recompense was Tim Edensor (ed.), Geographies of Rhythm: Nature, Place, Mobilities and Bodies. It’s a collection of essays in part inspired by Henri Lefebvre’s book Rhythmanalysis, that Gerald Moore and I translated. Looks an interesting collection, and it is good to see how the work of translation or editing can, in a small way, help produce work like this.

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