Reading list

MAP IS NOT TERRITORY SEMINARS READING LIST

(essential reading shown in red)

Aberley, D. (ed.) 1993. Boundaries of Home: Mapping for Local Empowerment, Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Adams E & Ward C, (1982) Art and the Built Environment: A Teacher’s Approach. London: Longman

Akerman J.R. (ed)(2006) Cartographies of Travel and Navigation University of Chicago Press

Alexander C (1975) The Oregon Experiment. Oxford University Press.

Anthology (2011) Maps Five Leaves

Appleton J , (1990) The Symbolism of Habitat. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Bachelard G (1964) The Poetics of Space Beacon Press

Black, J. (2002). Maps and Politics, London: Reaktion Books.

Blokland J , (2003) Urban Bonds. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Borden I (2005) Skateboarding,space and the city: architecture and the body Berg

Buckingham D (ed) (2010) Youth, identity and digital media. MIT Press.

Bunge W (1971) Fitzgerald – geography of a revolution Schenken

Brody H (1981) Maps and Dreams Heineman

Butler T (2014) Memoryscapes: oral history and place making. Oxford University Press.

Carter P ( 2001) The Road to Botany Bay Penguin

Casey E (1993) Getting back into place: towards a renewed understanding of the place-world. Indiana University Press.

Chatelet V (2005) Interactive Cities. Anomalie/ digital_arts no 6.

Cidell J (2008) Challenging the contours: critical cartography, local knowledge and the public realm. Environment and Planning A Vol 4 Num 5.

Cohen P, (2013) On the Wrong Side of the Track? East London and the Post Olympics. London: Lawrence & Wishart.

Cosgrove, D. (ed.) (1999). Mappings, London: Reaktion Books.

Clifford S and King A (2002) The Parish Atlas of West Sussex Common Ground

Crampton J (2010) Mapping: a critical introduction to cartography and GIS. Wiley Blackwell.

De Fazi K (2011) City of the senses:urban culture and urban space Macmillan

Dorling D (2007) The identity of Britain :a cradle to grave atlas Bristol2

Downs, R.M. and Stea, D. (1977). Maps in Minds: Reflections on Cognitive Mapping, New York: Harper & Row.

Dyer G et al (2014) Where You are Picador

Eco U (1986) Travels in Hyperreality Harcourt Brace

Farley P and Roberts M (2011) Edgelands Cape

Finnegan R ( 1998) Tales of the city: a study of narrative and urban life. Cambridge University Press.

Ford Laura Oldfield (2013) Savage Messiah

Gould, P. and White, R.( 1986). Mental Maps, Boston: Allen & Unwin.

Graham S and Marvin S (2001) Splintering Urbanism: networked infrastructures, technological mobilities and the urban condition. Routledge.

Hall E et al (2010)Towards enabling geography: disabled bodies and minds in society and space Ashgate

Harbison, R. (1977). Eccentric Spaces, New York: Random House.

Harley, J.B. (1992). ‘Deconstructing the map’, in T. Barnes and J. Duncan (eds), Writing Worlds: Discourse, Text and Metaphor in the Representation of Landscape, London: Routledge: 231– 47.

Harmon K (2004) You are Here: Personal geographies and other maps of the imagination. Princeton Architectural Press.

Harvey, D. (2000). ‘Cartographical identities: geographical knowledges under globalization’, Spaces of Capital, London: Routledge: 208– 33.

Hillis, K. (1999). Digital Sensations: Space, Identity and Embodiment in Virtual Reality, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Homes B (2007) Unleashing the collective phantom: essays in reverse Imagineering Autonomedia

Houelbecq M (2012) The Map and the Territory Vintage

Imrie R et al (2011 ) Regenerating London :government,sustainability and community in a global city Routledge

Imrie R (1996) Disability and the City:international perspectives Ashgate

Ingold T (2000) Perception of the Environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling and skill. London: Routledge.

Jacobs F (2009) Strange Maps :An atlas of cartographic curiosities Penguin

Jarvis, B. (1998). Postmodern Cartographies: The Geographical Imagination in Contemporary American Culture, New York: St Martin’s.

Keillor G (2002) Lake Wobegon Days Penguin

Knowles C (Ed) ( 2004) Visualising the Social landscape Routledge

Keller S ,(2003) Community: Pursuing the Dream, Living the Reality. Princeton University Press.

King, G. (1996). Mapping Reality: An Exploration of Cultural Cartographies, London: Macmillan.

Krygier J (2013) Everything Sings : maps for a narrative atlas Siglio Press

Latour B (2005) Re-assembling the social: an introduction to actor-network theory. Oxford University Press.

Latour, B. et al (2010) Entering Risky territory : space in the age of digital navigation Environment and Planning D Vol 28

Lynch, K. ( 1963) The Image of the City, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

McCann E and Ward K (eds) (2013) Mobile Urbanism University of Minnesota Press

Moretti F (2008) Graphs,Maps, Trees Verso

Massey, D. (1994). Space, Place and Gender, University of Minnesota Press.

McFarlane C (2011) Learning the City Wiley-Blackwell

Macfarlane R (2008) The Wild Places Granta

Monmonier, M.( 1995). Drawing the Line: Tales of Maps and Cartocontroversy, New York: Henry Holt and Co.

Murdoch J (2010) Post structuralist geography: on relational space Routledge

Nold C (2010) Mobile Vulgus Book Works

Olsson G (1991) Intimates: Lines of power, limits of language University of Minnesota Press

Orton J and Worpole K (2013) The New English Landscape

Page R (2012) Stories and Social media: identity and interaction. Routledge.

Page R and Troy B (eds)(2005) New narratives: story and story telling in the digital age. Cambridge University Press.

Parker M (2010) Map Addict Collins

Pericoli M (2011) London Unfurled (with essays by Iain Sinclair and Will Self) Picador

Pickles, John (2004) A History of Spaces: Cartographic Reason, Mapping and the Geo-Coded World (Frontiers of Human Geography) Routledge

Pile, S. and Thrift, N. (eds). (1995). Mapping the Subject: Geographies of Cultural Transformation, London: Routledge.

Powell H ( 2012) The Art of Dissent: adventures in London’s Olympic State. Marshgate Press.

Rathzel N and Cohen P, (2006) Finding the Way Home: Young People’s Perceptions of Place in London and Hamburg. V&R Press

Rogoff I (2003) Terra Infirma Harvard University Press

Schuiten F and Peeters B (2004) The Invisible Frontier Vol 2

Self W (2007) Psychogeography Bloomsbury

Sinclair I (2001) Lights out for the Territory Penguin

Smith D (2012) The state of the world atlas

Solnit R (2010) Infinite City: A San Francisco Atlas. University of California Press.

Solnit R (2006) A field Guide to Getting Lost Penguin

Tsvetkov Y (2013) Atlas of Prejudice Vol 1 Alphadesigner

Turnbull, D. (1996). ‘Constructing knowledge spaces and locating sites of resistance in the modern cartographic transformation’, in R. Paulston (ed.), Social Cartography: Mapping Ways of Seeing Social and Educational Change, New York and London: Garland Publishing Inc.: Press.

Ward C (1990) The Child in the City. London: Bedford Square.

Watt P, and Smets P, (2014) Mobilities and Neighbourhood Belonging in Cities and Suburbs. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Wood, D. (2010). Rethinking the Power of Maps, New York: The Guilford Press.

Worpole K (2000) No Particular Place to Go: Children, Young People and Public Space. Groundwork.

Worpole K (2000) Here Comes the Sun: Architecture and Public Space. Reaction Books.

Zuner R (2008) Picturing the City Princeton University Press