Re: Space and Place
Gregory Seigworth <Gregory.Seigworth <at> millersville.edu>
2011-02-01 15:26:52 GMT
Just a few things to add to other suggestions, quickly: Doreen Massey - Space, Place, and Gender and For
Space; Michel de Certeau's The Practice of Everyday Life's 'Spatial Practices' section, Thinking Space
edited by Crang and Thrift ...
On 2/1/11 10:10 AM, "Cristina Perissinotto" <cristinaperissinotto <at> gmail.com> wrote:
I have found very useful "Space and Place. The perspective of Experience"
by Yi-fui Tuan, the University of Minnesota Press, 1977.
Prof. Cristina Perissinotto, Ph.D.
University of Ottawa
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On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 9:25 AM, Herman, Douglas <hermand <at> si.edu> wrote:
> this is an enormous topic in Cultural Geography that intersects heavily
> with Cultural Studies. Hence a few years ago we created the Environment,
> Space and Place division of the CSA (we have three sessions in this year's
> conference). The literature ranges from Lefebrve's analysis of capitalism
> and the production of space to Tuan's phenomenology to work on landscape and
> art (see "Landscape"
> By John W. Wylie, 2007). You might start with "Cultural Geography: A
> Critical Dictionary of Key Concepts" (2005) by Sibley, Jackson, Atkinson &
> Washbourne; and "Key thinkers on space and place" By Rob Kitchin & Gill