Table of Contents

Introduction

by Jen Jack Gieseking and William Mangold, with Cindi Katz, Setha Low, and Susan Saegert

Section 1: Diverse Conceptions of People, Place, and Space

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Susan Ruddick “Constructing Differences in Public Spaces: Race, Class and Gender as Interlocking Systems” [1996]
David Harvey “Spacetime and the World” [2005]
Kurt Lewin “Psychological Ecology” [1943]
Rem Koolhaas “Junkspace” [2002]
Miwon Kwon “One Place after Another: Notes on Site Specificity” [1997]
Setha Low “Spatializing Culture” [2014]

Section 2: Human Perception and Environmental Experience

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Stanley Milgram and Denise Jodelet “Psychological Maps of Paris” [1970]
Kevin Lynch “The City Image and Its Elements” [1960]
James J. Gibson “The Theory of Affordances” [1979]
Robert Sommer “Personal Space: The Behavioral Basis for Design” [1969]
Guy Debord “Theory of the Derive” and “Preliminary Problems in Constructing a Situation” [1958]

Section 3: Place and Identity

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Harold Proshansky, Abbe Fabian, and Robert Kaminoff “Place-Identity: Physical World Socialization of the Self” [1983]
Dolores Hayden “Urban Landscape History: The Sense of Place and the Politics of Space” [1995]
Kay Anderson “The Idea of Chinatown: The Power of Place and Institutional Practice in the Making of a Racial Category” [1987]
Judith Jack Halberstam “The Brandon Archive” [2005]
Adolf Loos “The Poor Little Rich Man” [1900]
Daniel Miller “Migration, Material Culture and Tragedy: Four Moments in Caribbean Migration” [2008]

Section 4: Power, Subjectivity, and Space

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Kim Dovey “Tall Storeys” [2008]
Melissa Wright “Desire and the Prosthetics of Supervision: A Case of Maquiladora Flexibility” [2001]
Ruth Gilmore “Mothers Reclaiming Their Children” [2007]
Allan Pred “The Social Becomes the Spatial, the Spatial Becomes the Social: Enclosures, Social Change and the Becoming of Places in the Swedish Province of Skåne” [1985]
Stephen D.N. Graham “Software-sorted Geographies” [2005]
Pierre Bourdieu “The Habitus and the Space of Life-style” [1984]

Section 5: Meanings of Home

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Witold Rybczynski “Domesticity” [1986]
Rob Imrie “Disability, Embodiment and the Meaning of the Home” [2004]
Claire Cooper “The House as Symbol of the Self” [1974]
Talja Blokland ‘‘You Got to Remember You Live in Public Housing’’ [2008]
Dennis Wood and Robert J. Beck “Home Rules” [1994]
J. MacGregor Wise “Home: Territory and Identity” [2000]

Section 6: “Public” and “Private” Realms

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Kurt Iveson “Putting the Public Back into Public Space” [1998]
Don Mitchell “To Again to Hyde Park: Public Space, Rights, and Social Justice” [2003]
Li Zhang “Contesting Crime, Order and Migrant Spaces in Beijing” [2001]
George Chauncey “Privacy Could Only Be Had in Public: Gay Uses of the Streets” [1995]
Alice T. Friedman “People Who Live in Glass Houses: Edith Farnsworth, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Phillip Johnson” [1998]
Mark Kingwell “The Prison of ‘Public Space’” [2008]

Section 7: The Urban Experience

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Georg Simmel “The Metropolis and Mental Life” [1903]
Walter Benjamin “Paris—Capital of the Nineteenth Century” [1939]
Michel de Certeau “Walking in the City” [1984]
Jane Jacobs “The Uses of Sidewalks: Contact” [1961]
AbdouMaliq Simone “People as Infrastructure: Intersecting Fragments in Johannesburg” [2004]
Iris Marion Young “City Life and Difference” [1990]

Section 8: Landscape: Nature and Culture

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
John Brinkerhoff Jackson “A Pair of Ideal Landscapes” [1984]
Judith Carney “The African Origins of Carolina Rice Culture” [2000]
Wendy Wolford “This Land Is Ours Now: Spatial Imaginaries and the Struggle for Land in Brazil” [2004]
Michael Pollan “Beyond Wilderness and Lawn” [1998]
Louise Chawla “Ecstatic Places” [1990]

Section 9: The Social Production of Space (and Time)

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Henri Lefebvre “The Production of Space” [1991]
Wolfgang Schivelbusch “Railroad Space and Railroad Time” [1978]
Anthony King “A Time for Space and a Space for Time: The Social Production of the Vacation House” [1980]
Virginia Woolf “A Room of One’s Own” [1929]
Katherine McKittrick “The Last Place They Thought Of: Black Women’s Geographies” [2006]
Neil Smith “Class Struggle on Avenue B: The Lower East Side as Wild Wild West” [1996]

Section 10: Shifting Perspectives: Optics for Revealing Change and Reworking Space

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Michel Foucault “Panopticism” [1975]
Juhani Pallasmaa “Toward an Architecture of Humility: On the Value of Experience” [1999]
Laura Pulido “Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California” [2000]
Kevin Hannam, Mimi Sheller, and John Urry “Mobilities, Immobilities and Moorings” [2006]
Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner “The Global and the Intimate” [2012]
Cindi Katz “On the Grounds of Globalization: A Topography for Feminist Political Engagement” [2001]

Section 11: The Spatial Imagination

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Edward Said “Invention, Memory, and Place” [2000]
Selçuk R. Sirin and Michelle Fine “Negotiating the Muslim American Hyphen: Integrated, Parallel, and Conflictual Paths” [2008]
Thongchai Winichakul “Maps and the Formation of the Geo-Body of Siam” [1996]
Richard Feinberg, Ute J. Dymon, Pu Paiaki, Pu Rangituteki, Pu Nukuriaki, and Matthew Rollins “‘Drawing the Coral Heads’: Mental Mapping and its Physical Representation in a Polynesian Community” [2003]
J.K. Gibson-Graham “How Do We Get Out of This Capitalist Place?” [1996]
Bernard Tschumi “De-, Dis-, Ex-” [1987]

Section 12: Democratic Prospects and Possibilities

Editors’ Introduction and Suggestions for Further Readings
Susan Saegert “Restoring Meaningful Subjects and ‘Democratic Hope’ to Psychology” [2014]
Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari “Rhizome” [1987]
Lila Abu‐Lughod “Living the ‘Revolution’ in an Egyptian Village: Moral Action in a National Space” [2012]
Michael Sorkin “Traffic in Democracy” [1999]
Roger Hart “Containing Children: Some Lessons on Planning for Play from New York City” [2002]

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