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Fissures dans le 'cordon sanitaire': architecture hospitalière et ségrégation urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960

Johan Lagae (UGent) , Sofie Boonen (UGent) and Maarten Liefooghe (UGent)
(2013) Comptes Rendus. p.247-261
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Abstract
This paper focuses on the policies of urban segregation along racial lines in the colonial city of Elisabethville / Lubumbashi (DR Congo). Drawing on the discussions regarding the design, situation and construction of hospitals for both Europeans and Africans during the colonial era, this paper illustrates the shifts in urban planning policy and in particular the gradual erosion of the idea of a "cordon sanitaire".
Keywords
colonial urban planning, colonial architecture, Elisabethville, Lubumbashi, Africa, Congo, Belgian Congo, cordon sanitaire

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Chicago
Lagae, Johan, Sofie Boonen, and Maarten Liefooghe. 2013. “Fissures Dans Le ‘Cordon Sanitaire’: Architecture Hospitalière Et Ségrégation Urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960.” In Comptes Rendus, ed. Maurice Amuri Mpala-Lutebele, 247–261. Paris, France: L’Harmattan.
APA
Lagae, J., Boonen, S., & Liefooghe, M. (2013). Fissures dans le “cordon sanitaire”: architecture hospitalière et ségrégation urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960. In M. Amuri Mpala-Lutebele (Ed.), Comptes Rendus (pp. 247–261). Presented at the Lubumbashi, cent ans d’histoire : littérature, cultures urbaines, débats intellectuels, Paris, France: L’Harmattan.
Vancouver
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Lagae J, Boonen S, Liefooghe M. Fissures dans le “cordon sanitaire”: architecture hospitalière et ségrégation urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960. In: Amuri Mpala-Lutebele M, editor. Comptes Rendus. Paris, France: L’Harmattan; 2013. p. 247–61.
MLA
Lagae, Johan, Sofie Boonen, and Maarten Liefooghe. “Fissures Dans Le ‘Cordon Sanitaire’: Architecture Hospitalière Et Ségrégation Urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960.” Comptes Rendus. Ed. Maurice Amuri Mpala-Lutebele. Paris, France: L’Harmattan, 2013. 247–261. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper focuses on the policies of urban segregation along racial lines in the colonial city of Elisabethville / Lubumbashi (DR Congo). Drawing on the discussions regarding the design, situation and construction of hospitals for both Europeans and Africans during the colonial era, this paper illustrates the shifts in urban planning policy and in particular the gradual erosion of the idea of a "cordon sanitaire".},
  author       = {Lagae, Johan and Boonen, Sofie and Liefooghe, Maarten},
  booktitle    = {Comptes Rendus},
  editor       = {Amuri Mpala-Lutebele, Maurice},
  isbn         = {9782343013992},
  keywords     = {colonial urban planning,colonial architecture,Elisabethville,Lubumbashi,Africa,Congo,Belgian Congo,cordon sanitaire},
  language     = {fre},
  location     = {Lubumbashi, Congo},
  pages        = {247--261},
  publisher    = {L'Harmattan},
  title        = {Fissures dans le 'cordon sanitaire': architecture hospitalière et ségrégation urbaine à Lubumbashi, 1920-1960},
  year         = {2013},
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