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Main Page

Who Helped With This?

General Websites & Resources on Place

What Should I Read First?

Advanced Search in Research on Place & Space

Contribute entries & annotations

Site Reviews

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Anthropology
Archaeology

Applied Sciences,
Technology

Architecture

Art,
Art History,
Design

Biology,
Animal Science

Cult. Studies,
Media, Race,
Postcolonial

Education

Gender, Feminism, Queer Th.

Geography,
Environment, Env. Ethics,
Ecology

History, Folklore

Literature, Linguistics

Maps,
Cartography

Music, Sound
Dance,
Theatre

Philosophy

Physics

Planning, Development Urban & Regional Theory

Political Studies,
Area Studies

Psychology,
Medicine

Religious Studies,
Theology,
Spirituality

Sociology,
Social Sciences

Virtual Places and Cyberspace, Presence

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Place & Specific Places

Genius Loci, Spirit of Place

"A Sense of Place" & related terms

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Embodiment

Landscape

Gardens

Movement, Speed, Travel, Tourism, Migration, Pilgrimage

Borders, Edges, Liminality

Chorography, Regions

Wilderness

Non-Places

Loss & Decay of Place

Constructed, simulated. fake, hidden,
ideal, imaginary places

Utopias, Dystopias

Platial Anxieties

Space

Globalization, Glocalization

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Conferences, Other CFP

Journals

On-line Documents A-G

On-line Documents H-P

On-line Documents Q-Z

Centres & Societies

Biblio's & Search Engines

Courses & Programs

Home Pages

Email Lists

Why I did all this

B. Janz: Home Page & Email

 

Acknowledgments

These web resources and bibliography have been compiled from many sources, both paper and electronic. Some of the major ones include the following:

  • David Seamon was kind enough to provide a copy of his "Phenomenology, Place, Environment, and Architecture: A Review of the Literature", which was published in a shorter version as "A Way of Seeing People and Place: Phenomenology in Environment-Behavior Research," in S. Wapner, J. Demick, T. Yamamoto, and H Minami (Eds.), Theoretical Perspectives in Environment-Behavior Research (pp. 157-78) New York: Plenum, 2000.
  • Edward Casey also contributed several entries, apart from the extensive bibliographies in his three major works on place and his many essays.
  • The folks at the Monadnock Institute also contributed several extensive bibliographies from past conferences on place.
  • Christopher Fletcher provided some good suggestions for the landscape section from a bibliography he has compiled.
  • Trevor Marchand provided a useful bibliography from his course at SOAS on architecture, anthropology, and place.
  • Chris Spencer sent me an extensive bibliography on environmental psychology.
  • Harvey Perkins provided some excellent cultural geography references.
  • Michael Curry provided a paper with several good references.
  • Glen Hvenegaard keeps a steady supply of geography and tourism references flowing my way.
  • Mark Collins from Ottawa provided a number of mapping resources, especially about Canada.
  • Dorothy Woodman pointed out some cultural studies and literature references to me.
  • Andie Miller provided many suggestions concerning walking, travel, etc.
  • Michael Brown sent me a bibliography that filled in gaps in the gender page.
  • Dylan Trigg sent a bibliography on the decay of place that formed the basis of the Loss of Place subpage.

Many others have also made suggestions for individual works, and I thank everyone for helping to make this as comprehensive as possible.

Besides the many individuals who have helped, I also gathered resources from a number of abstract databases, including Geography, the Historical Abstracts, the MLA International Bibliography, the Philosopher's Index, and the Sociological Abstracts. I did not include everything that a search for "place" or "space" turned up in any of the databases, so a further search for those who are writing in the area might be worthwhile.


This resource has also benefitted from the background research done by my research assistant,
Pam Moskie.


As with all my resources pages, the "Research on Place and Space" site is housed at the
University of Central Florida, in Orlando, Florida.

Updated Aug. 15, 2005

 

Site Author

Bruce B. Janz
Dept. of Philosophy
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL, USA
32816

 

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