Tudor Walters and Tudorbethan: reassessing Britain's inter-war suburbs
The 1970s was a period of intense interest in Britain's inter-war suburbs, leading in the first half of the 1980s to a flood of publications by British scholars, many of which remain standard works today. After the mid-1980s, however, interest in the subject subsided. In the 1990s suburbia again became the subject of substantial academic interest; but this time the focus has been more on post-war and contemporary suburbia and much of the impetus has come from North America and Australia rather than Britain. The paper explores the origins and nature of these two periods of scholarly interest in the suburbs and draws some conclusions regarding future research on Britain's inter-war suburbs.
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