Industrial culture

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The term industrial culture stands for dealing with the entire cultural history of the industrial age . The history of technology , the history of industrial artifacts and their design, the social history of work, the architectural history of the production facilities as well as the business and workers' housing ( industrial architecture ), the development of the geographical area ("industrial cultural landscape") are facets of industrial culture. Works of art from industrial culture can be found in particular in industrial painting and industrial photography .



  • Hans-Peter Bärtschi: The finite progress. Orell Füssli , Winterthur 2002, ISBN 3-280-02680-6 .
  • Tilmann Buddensieg , Henning Rogge: industrial culture. Peter Behrens and the AEG 1907–1914. Gebr. Mann, Berlin 1993, ISBN 978-3-7861-1155-9 .
  • Jakob F. Dittmar: Staged Industry in the Post-Industrial City. How to deal with decommissioned industrial plants. miless, Essen 2002.
  • James Douet (Ed.): Industrial Heritage Re-tooled. The TICCIH guide to Industrial Heritage Conservation. Carnegie, Lancaster 2012, ISBN 978-1-85936-218-1 .
  • Hermann Glaser , Wolfgang Ruppert, Norbert Neudecker (eds.): Industrial culture in Nuremberg. A German city in the machine age. 2nd, revised edition, CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-07512-6 .
  • Roland Günter : Visiting our age. Klartext Verlag, Essen 2001, ISBN 3-88474-941-2 .
  • Hans-Walter Herrmann, Rainer Hudemann, Eva Kell (eds.): Research task industrial culture. Saarbrücken 2004, ISBN 3-923754-99-X .
  • Heike Oevermann, Harald A. Mieg (ed.): Industrial Heritage Sites in Transformation. Clash of Discourses. Routledge, London / New York 2014, ISBN 978-0-415-74528-4 .

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