Richard Sennett, “Stages and Streets: Where Performances Happen and Why They Happen Where They Happen”

Book Jacket of Richard Sennet's new book,

Book Cover of 'The Performer: Art, Life, Politics' by Richard Sennett. Image Courtesy of Yale University Press.


Black and White Photograph of Richard Sennett playing the celloRichard Sennett began life as a professional cellist. He then became a writer on cities, combining architecture with the social sciences. His new book, The Performer: life, art, politics puts together the two strands of his experience. In addition to The Performer, Richard Sennett is author of The Fall of Public Man, Flesh and Stone, The Corrosion of Character, and The Craftsman.

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