Terres des villes - enquêtes potagères de Bruxelles aux premières saisons du XXIe siècle
This book, produced by a multidisciplinary team (including historian Chloé Deligne and sociologist Benedikte Zitouni), offers an atypical portrait of Brussels. From field observations related to the phenomenon of urban agriculture, the authors launch a series of very in-depth surveys that bring up historical facts, surprising traditions and alliances. As a whole, the book shows in a very effective way the complex tangle of attachments around lands that one would too quickly tend to treat as wastelands.
- Livia Cahn, Chloé Deligne, Noémie Pons-Rotbardt, Nicolas Prignot, Alixis Zimmer, Benedikte Zitouni
- Editions de l'éclat
- Language French
- Format16.5 x 23.5 cm