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What is a camp? In August 2005, television news showed viewers an estimated 20,000 Katrina evacuees camped out in the Superdome, and Israeli and Palestinian young people at the Seeds of Peace Camp in Maine discussing the evacuation of settlement camps in the Gaza Strip. Off camera, summer campers all over America were preparing to depart Scout camps, computer camps, and sports camps and recreational vehicle owners were on the road, permanent itinerant campers. In Camps, Charlie Hailey examines the space and idea of camp as a defining dimension of 21st-century life.
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Paperback. 536 pages. 163 illustrations.
The MIT Press
W 5.38” H 8”
The MIT Press
Officially formed in 1962, but with roots stretching back to 1926, The MIT Press is the only science and tech-based university publisher in the U.S. Although its breadth is wide, The MIT Press mainly explores new modes of inquiry on the edges and frontiers of the world. Its goal is to create books and journals that are challenging, creative, and attractive to readers.
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