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Place and Space in Planning & Development,
Urban and Regional Theory; The City; Suburbia

See the "General Bibliography" section below for both clickable on-line papers as well as references to publishers' websites

 Search the "Research on Place and Space" Website


Websites (see the Architecture page for Professional Planning firms)

  1. American Planning Association.
  2. Amsterdam Study Centre for the Metropolitan Environment.
  3. Australia Place Research Network.
  4. Centre for Urban Technology.
  5. Charles W. Moore Center for the Study of Place.
  6. Cities and Suburbs links.
  7. Clone Town Britain: The Loss of Local Identity on the Nation's High Streets.
  8. The Community Planning Website.
  9. Congress for the New Urbanism.
  10. Craptowns - nominate your town as a craptown. From the Idler.
  11. Culture of Cities: Montreal Dublin Toronto Berlin.
  12. Ghost Town Britain.
  13. Ghost Town Britain II.
  14. Great Cities Institute (University of Illinois Chicago).
  15. Groceteria.net.
  16. Healthy Cities, Urban Theory, and Design: The Power of Jane Jacobs.
  17. Heterotopia 2002.
  18. H-Urban Weblinks.
  19. International Making Cities Livable.
  20. International Planning History Society.
  21. League of Historical Cities.
  22. Los Angeles and the Problem of Urban Historical Knowledge (Phillip J. Etherington).
  23. Mapping Quality of Life and the Culture of Small Cities.
  24. Megacities.
  25. Milkbar.com.au (Craig Bellamy) - a project that seeks to uncover some of the concerns of the local people in Fitzroy; an inner city Australian community. The concerns and themes uncovered are then linked to larger discussions on globalisation.
  26. New Rules: Exploring Community, Mobility, Scale, and Trade.
  27. New Urban Theory (Bo Gronlund) - lecture notes.
  28. New Urbanism.
  29. New Urbanism Links.
  30. New Urbanism Quotations.
  31. The Next American City.
  32. The Nineteenth Century Suburb and Beyond (Royal Holloway College, University of London) 1-2 April 2004.
  33. Open Space.
  34. Pack Up and Go! Animating The Space In-Between.
  35. Planetizen - General planning and development portal.
  36. Postmodernism and Urban Space.
  37. Psy-Geo-Conflux: Exploring the Physical and Psychological Landscape of the City.
  38. Project for Public Spaces.
    1. Better Buildings Better Spaces.
    2. Public Markets and Local Economies.
    3. Transportation and Livable Communities.
    4. Urban Parks.
  39. Rebirth of the Town Center and Town Square (Carmel California, International Making Cities Livable) 19-24 October 2003.
  40. Renewal.net - guide to what works in neighbourhood renewal.
  41. Re:Route - A remapping of the city of Torino based on the view of recent migrants.
  42. Resurrecting Classic Land Use Patterns.
  43. Serendipity: An Online Tool for Mapping Urban Psycho-Geography.
  44. Social Life of Cities.
  45. Street as Method: Online Exhibition (Streetnotes, XCP Winter 2004).
  46. Survival Guide to Homelessness.
  47. Urban Affairs Association.
  48. Urban Atmospheres.
  49. Urban Crisis and Place Crisis.
  50. Urban and Regional Planning Links (DMOZ).
  51. Urban Residue (Jay Shuffield).
    1. Innovative Urban Planning.
    2. Residual Space and Other Urban Theory.
  52. Urban Studies Resource Website (Seattle University).
  53. Urban Theorists Links (DMOZ).
  54. Urban Winds (Bo Grunland).
  55. Urbanism & Postmodernism Resources.
  56. Urbocentrism - Design Philosophy Papers Special Issue CFP. Abstract Deadline: 15 April 2004.
  57. World Carfree Network.
  58. Writing L.A. - Reading L.A. - online video lecture with Aimee Bender, Suzanne Lummis, D.J. Waldie, David Ulin, Chris Abani.


Home Pages of People in Place Research

  1. Kunstler, James Howard.


Journals

  1. Berkeley Planning Journal

    It's time to recognize that suburbia is a real place too.

    Nik Luka & Leo Trottier
    "In the Burbs"
    Alternatives Journal 28:3

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  2. Canadian Journal of Urban Research.
  3. City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action.
  4. City and Community.
  5. City and Society.
  6. City Journal.
  7. Critical Planning.
  8. Design Issues.
  9. Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology.
  10. Environment and Behaviour.
  11. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design.
  12. Environment and Planning D: Society & Space.
  13. European Planning Studies.
  14. Habitat International.
  15. Harvard Design Magazine.
  16. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
  17. Journal of the American Planning Association.
  18. The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research.
  19. Journal of Urban Affairs.
  20. Journal of Urban Design.
  21. Journal of Urban History.
  22. Katarxis: Contemporary New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism.
  23. Living Room Urban Ecology Magazine.
  24. New Urban News.
  25. Places: A Forum of Environmental Design.
  26. Planum: The European Journal of Planning.
  27. Radical Urban Theory: Writings on the Modern Urban Condition.
  28. Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments.
  29. Urban Policy and Research.
  30. Urban Studies.


On-line Bibliographies & Searches

  1. Changing Attitudes to Time and Space (Nur Ünsalan).
  2. The City: A Resource Bibliography - A-I, J-Q , R-Z.
  3. Environment and Planning A, B, C, D Search Page.
  4. Making Cities Livable Bibliography.
  5. New Urbanism Bibliography.
  6. New Urbanism/Smart Growth Bibliography (Lorraine Leonard, Harvey Perkins, David Thorns).
  7. Shopping Mall Bibliography.
  8. Urban Sustainability: Reference List.


Courses and Programs

  1. A Seminar on the Experience of Place and its By-products: Non-place, Placelessness, and Virtual Places (Mahyar Arefi)
  2. Gender, Sexuality, and the City (Jessica Sewell)
  3. H-Urban Syllabus Archive - many syllabi here
  4. The Making of the Southern African City
  5. Public Space - graduate seminar
  6. Socio-Cultural Themes in Urban Architecture (Cânâ Bilsel, Güven Arif Sargin, Ela Alanyali)
  7. Urban Space in the Global City (Nitin Deckha)
  8. What is City Culture? (Simon Sadler)


Email Discussion Lists

  1. H-Urban - Urban Studies Discussion List


Conferences

  1. Baukultur: Stadtkultur - Lebenskultur (Brandenburgische Kunstsammlungen Cottbus),19-21 November 2003.
  2. Constructing Place: A conference analysing the processes, the histories, and the impacts of place making - conference, April 2002. With a conference report by Sarah Menin.
  3. City Limits? The European City, 1400-1900. University of Manitoba, Oct 1-2, 2004.
  4. Open Space: People Space: An International Conference on Inclusive Environments (Edinburgh, Scotland) 27–29 October, 2004
  5. Seventh International Conference on Urban History: The European City in Comparative Perspective 27-30 October 2004, Athens
  6. Translocal Flows: Cities, Inequality, and Subjectivity in the Americas - May 2003 Guadalajara, Mexico


General Bibliography

Go to work by (this link may not include all work available by this author; use the search engine above for more):

  1. n.a. Getting Back to Place: Using Streets to Rebuild Communities. Project for Public Spaces, 1996.

  2. n.a. Great Parks, Great Cities. Project for Public Spaces, 1999.

  3. n.a. How to Create Great Streets and Public Spaces. Video. Producer: Community Investment Corporation and KLRU (Austin, TX). 2000.

  4. n.a. How to Turn a Place Around: A Handbook for Creating Successful Public Spaces. Project for Public Spaces, 2000.

  5. n.a. "Making a Place," Pivot Interiors. http://www.pivotinteriors.com/pdf/Making_a_Place.pdf

  6. n.a. Managing Downtown Public Spaces. American Planning Association, 1984.

  7. n.a. Placemaking: An Antidote to Sprawl. Video. Producer: Livable Oregon. 2000.

  8. n.a. Public Parks, Private Partners: How Partnerships are Revitalizing Urban Parks. Project for Public Spaces, 2000.

  9. Agyeman, J. "Urban Studies: Place or Placelessness?" Review of Environmental Education Developments 14:2 (1986): 12-13.

  10. Agyeman, J. "Placelessness and how to combat it" Town and Country Planning 55:5 (1986): 150-151.

  11. Alexander, Christopher, Sara Ishikawa, Murray Silverstein. A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977.

  12. Al-Zubaidi, Layla. "Urban Anthropology" http://www.indiana.edu/~wanthro/URBAN.htm

  13. Aoki, Keith. "Cities in (White) Flight: Space, Difference and Complexity in LatCrit Theory." forthcoming in Cleveland Marshall Law Review, 2004. http://www.law.uoregon.edu/faculty/kaoki/site/articles/Cities_in_White_Flight.pdf

  14. Awotona, Adenrele and Necdet Teymur. Tradition, Location and Community: Place-making and development. Ashgate Press, 1997.

  15. Backhaus, Gary. "Auto-Mobility and the Route-Scape: A Critical Phenomenology." Backhaus, Gary and John Murungi. Transformations of Urban and Suburban Landscapes: Perspectives from Philosophy, Geography, and Architecture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002.

  16. Balshaw, Maria and Liam Kennedy, eds. Urban Space And Representation. University of Michigan Press, 1999.

  17. Banerjee, T. "The Future of Public Space: Beyond Invented Streets and Reinvented Places." Journal of the American Planning Association 67:1 (2001): 9-24.

  18. Barnes, A. Mt. Wellington and the Sense of Place. Dissertation, 1992.

  19. Behnke, Elizabeth. "Field Notes: Lived Place and the 1989 Earthquake in Northern California" Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 1:2 (1990): 10-14.

  20. Bell, Michael Mayerfeld. "The Ghosts of Place." Theory and Society 26:6 (December 1997): 813-836.

  21. Bennett, Michael and David Teague, eds. The Nature of Cities: Ecocriticism and Urban Environments. University of Arizona Press, 1999.

  22. Bennett, Simon A. "A City Divided: Public Space and the Imagination" http://www.media-culture.org.au/0205/divided.html

  23. Berner, Erhard. Defending a Place in the City: Localities and the Struggle for Urban Land in Metro Manila. Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1999.

  24. Berman, Marshall. "On Place: Notes from Underground." Harvard Design Magazine 15 (Fall 2001). http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/research/publications/hdm/back/15onplace_berman.html

    If you look very closely,

    there are still some buildings

    that are standing

    in the way of

    parking progress.

    Patrick McNichol, in Brian Meyer, "Plenty of Space to Park", Buffalo News

  25. Bishop, J. "Place and local identity." Streetwise 31 (1997): 2-20.

  26. Blokland, T. "Bricks, mortar, memories: Neighbourhood and networks in collective acts of remembering."
    International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 25:2 (2001): 268-283.

  27. Blum, Alan. The Imaginative Structure of the City. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003

  28. Bonaiuto, M. & Bonnes, M. "Multiplace analysis of the urban environment: A comparison between a large and a small Italian city." Environment and Behaviour 28 (1996): 699-747.

  29. Bonner, Kieran. "Space, Place and The Culture of Cities: An Introduction." Canadian Journal of Urban Research 11:1 (June 2002)

  30. Bonnes, M. "The city as a multi-place system: an analysis of people-urban environment transactions." in Groat, Linda, ed. Giving Places Meaning. London: Academic Press, 1995.

  31. Brenner, Neil and Nik Theodore: "Cities and the geographies of 'actually existing neoliberalism'," Antipode 34:3 (2002): 356-386. Reprinted in: N. Brenner and N. Theodore eds., Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in Western Europe and North America. Oxford and Boston: Blackwell, 2002, 2-32. http://sociology.fas.nyu.edu/docs/IO/222/Brenner.Theodore.NL.pdf

  32. Brint, Steven. "Gemeinschaft Revisited: A Critique and Reconstruction of the Community Concept." Sociological Theory http://www.asanet.org/pubs/soth125.pdf 19:1 (March 2001): 1-23.

  33. Bryden, Inga & Janet Floyd. Domestic Space: Reading the Nineteenth-Century Interior. Palgrave Press, 1999.

  34. Buchwald, Emilie. Toward the Livable City. Milkweed Books, 2003.

  35. Bullard, John K. "The Speciality of Place," Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7:3: 72-79.

  36. Burgess, Patricia. "Discovering Hidden Histories: The Identity of Place and Time." Journal of Urban History 26:5 (July 2000): 645-656.

  37. Bürklin Thorsten. "Das Entwerfen – ein vorausschauendes Bespielen des architektonischen Raumes." http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/991/Buerklin/buerklin.html

  38. Cabus, Peter. "The Meaning of Local in a Global Economy: The 'Region's Advocacy of Local Interests' as a Necessary Component of Current Global/Local Theories." European Planning Studies 9:8 (December 2001): 1011-1029.

  39. Campbell, Scott, and Susan Fainstein ed. Readings in Urban Theory. Blackwell Publishers, 2001.

  40. Carmona, Matthew, Tim Heath, Taner Oc, and Steve Tiesdell. Public Places, Urban Spaces: The Dimensions of Urban Design. NY: Architectural Press, 2003.

  41. Cartier, Carolyn. "The dead, place/space, and social activism: constructing the nationscape in historic Melaka." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 15 (1997): 555-586.

  42. Castells, M. The Urban Question: A Marxist Approach. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1977.

  43. Castells, M. The City and the Grassroots. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

  44. Cauvin, Colette. "Cognitive and Cartographic Representations" http://www.cybergeo.presse.fr/revgeo/cartogrf/cauvin/cauvin1.htm

  45. Cayton, Andrew. "On the Importance of Place, or, a Plea for Idiosyncrasy." Journal of Urban History 24:1 (November 1997): 79-87.

  46. Chambers, Iain. "The Obscured Metropolis" http://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/ReadingRoom/serial/AJCS/3.2/Chambers.html

  47. Chase, D. M., C.L. Carlisle and R.H. Becker. "Beyond the Eye of the Beholder." http://www.strom.clemson.edu/publications/the_eye.html

  48. Chawla, Louise, ed. Growing Up in an Urbanising World. Sterling, VA: Earthscan/UNESCO, 2002.

  49. Chidister, Mark. "Public Places, Private Lives: Plazas and the Broader Public Landscape" Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6:1: 32-37.

  50. Childress, Herb. "Life on Earth: San Francisco, Oostburg, and the Figure-Ground Reversal." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (Spring 1993) http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Childress93.htm

  51. Childress, H. "Place Attachment (edited) by Irwin Altman and Seth Low" in The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 13:4(Winter 1996): 339-344.

  52. Clark, C. "The politics of place making in Shenzhen, China." Berkeley Planning Journal 12 (1997/1998): 103-125.

  53. Clay, Grady. Real Places: An Unconventional Guide to America's Generic Landscape. University of Chicago Press, 1994.

  54. Coffin, Christie Johnson. "Making Places for Scientists." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7(4): 38-49.

  55. Connell, Ruth. "The Deceptive Environment: The Architecture of Security." Backhaus, Gary and John Murungi. Transformations of Urban and Suburban Landscapes: Perspectives from Philosophy, Geography, and Architecture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002.

  56. Conroy, Francis. "Getting Nowhere Fast? Intrinsic Worth, Utility, and a Sense of Place at the Century's Turn." Backhaus, Gary and John Murungi. Transformations of Urban and Suburban Landscapes: Perspectives from Philosophy, Geography, and Architecture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002.

  57. Cowan, Gregory. "Nomadology in Architecture: Ephemerality, Movement, and Collaboration." http://puffin.curtin.edu.au/~cowan/nomad/

  58. Cox, David. "Site Unseen: Seeing, Mapping, Communicating." http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=228

  59. Crang, Mike & Penny S. Travlou. "The City and Topologies of Memory." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 19:2 (April 2001): 161-177.

  60. Cross, Jennifer. "Disruptions in Community Attachment: The social-psychological impacts of rapid economic and demographic change." http://www.western.edu/headwtrs/Archives/headwaters11_papers/cross.html

  61. Crowe, Norman. Nature and the Idea of a Man-made World: An Investigation into the Evolutionary Roots of Form and Order in the Built Environment. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995 (3rd Printing, 1999).

  62. Devine-Wright, Patrick, Paul Fleming & Ian Lindley. "Ashton Green Renewable Energy Community: Planning a sense of place for sustainable urban development." http://personals.ip.ictonline.es/+ecoserv/cas3.htm

  63. De Bonis, Luciano. "Planning as Medium versus Planning as Means" http://stratema.sigis.net/cupum/pdf/D22.pdf

  64. de Jong, U. M. "Blairgowrie: The Meaning of Place." Urban Policy and Research 20:1 (March 2002): 73-86.

  65. De Lorenzo, Catherine. "Discursive Spaces." http://home.iprimus.com.au/painless/space/catherinde.html

  66. Deutsche, Rosalyn. Eviction: Art and Spatial Politics. Cambridge Mass., and London: MIT Press, 1996.

    1. Hayes, Martin. "Review of Rosalyn Deutsche, Eviction: Art and Spatial Politics" http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=22562870858851

  67. Dokmeci, Vedia. "Spatial Analysis of Physicians' Offices with Respect to Population and Hospital Beds in Istanbul." European Planning Studies 10:3 (April 2002): 405 - 412.

  68. Dover, Victor. "Charettes for New Urbanism." http://www.doverkohl.com/writings_images/charrettes_for_NU_in_FL.htm

  69. Dover, Victor. "Retrofitting Suburbia." http://www.doverkohl.com/writings_images/umaryland.html

  70. Downing, Frances. Remembrance and The Design of Place. College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 2000.

  71. Draus, Paul. "Spying on an Eyesore: Space, Place, and Urban Decay." Research in Urban Sociology 5 (2000): 59-79.

  72. Driscoll, Rosalyn. "The Place of Imagination," Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7:2: 80-91.

  73. Duany, Andres & Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, "The Second Coming of the American Small Town." Wilson Quarterly (Winter 1992): 19-50.

  74. Dubos, Rene. "The Spirit Of Place." Parabola 18:4 (Winter 1993): 66-68.

  75. Dürrschmidt Jörg & Ulf Matthiesen. "Everyday Milieux and Culture of Displacement: A Comparative Investigation into Space, Place and (Non) Attachement Within the German-Polish Twin City Gubin/Gubin." Canadian Journal of Urban Research 11:1 (June 2002).

  76. Eben-Saleh, M. A. "Place identity: the visual image of Saudi Arabian cities." Habitat International 22:2 (1998): 149-164.

  77. Eldred, Dale. "Place Defined by Time and Light." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6(4):34-41.

  78. Fahy, Gregory M. "New Urbanism and Aesthetic Unity: A Deweyan Response" http://www.american-philosophy.org/archives/2001%20Conference/Discussion%20papers/
    New_Urbanism_and_Aesthetics.htm


  79. Fainstein, Susan S. "New Directions in Planning Theory." http://policy.rutgers.edu/faculty/fainstein/papers/newdirections.doc

  80. Faludi, Andreas. "The European Spatial Development Perspective - What Next?" European Planning Studies 8:2 (April 2000): 237-250.

  81. Faludi, Andreas. "The Application of the European Spatial Development Perspective: Evidence from the North-West Metropolitan Area." European Planning Studies 9:5 (July 2001): 663-675.

  82. Faludi, Andreas. "Positioning European Spatial Planning" European Planning Studies 10:7 (October 2002): 897-909.

  83. Fellmann, Ferdinand. "Der Ort der Architektur in der Medienwelt." http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/wolke/deu/Themen/961/fellmann/fellmann_t.html

  84. Filion, Pierre, Trudi Bunting, Keith Warriner. "The Entrenchment of Urban Dispersion: Residential Preferences and Location Patterns in the Dispersed City." Urban Studies 36:8 (July 1999): 1317-1347.

  85. Fleming, Ronald Lee. "Questions to Ask a Place." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6(4): 12-13.

  86. Foote, Kenneth and Shannon Crum. "Machine Space: A Case Study in Urbanization and Environment" http://www.colorado.edu/geography/virtdept/stylesheets/samples/machine_space/machine.html

  87. Frampton, Kenneth. "Technology and the Crisis of Place," Architectural Design December 1979.

  88. Franzén, Mats. "A Weird Politics of Place: Sergels Torg, Stockholm (Round One) ." Urban Studies 39:7 (June 2002): 1113-1128.

  89. Fujita, Masahisa, Paul Krugman and Anthony J. Venables, eds. The Spatial Economy: Cities, Regions, and International Trade. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002.

  90. Fulong Wu. "The Global and Local Dimensions of Place-making: Remaking Shanghai as a World City." Urban Studies 37:8 (July 2000): 1359-1377.

  91. Gabrielsson, Catherina. Out of nowhere. http://www.mikaellevin.com/catharina_gabrielsson.html

  92. Garnham, H. L. Maintaining the spirit of place: A Process for the Preservation of Town Character. Mesa AZ: PDA Publishers Corporation, 1985.

  93. Gilfoyle, Timothy J. "White Cities, Linguistic Turns, and Disneylands: The New Paradigms of Urban History" Reviews in American History 26 (March 1998): 175-204. http://homepages.luc.edu/~tgilfoy/whitecit.htm

  94. Goodey, Brian. "The Sense of Place in British Planning: Some Considerations" Man-Environment Systems 4:4(1974): 195-202.

  95. Gordon, I. & M. Low. "Community, locality and urban research." European Planning Studies 6:1 (1998): 5-16.

  96. Gospodini, Aspa. "European Cities and Place Identity." http://www.prd.uth.gr/research/DP/2002/uth-prd-dp-2002-02_en.pdf

  97. Gospodini, Aspa. "Urban Design, Urban Space Morphology, Urban Tourism: An Emerging New Paradigm Concerning Their Relationship." European Planning Studies 9:7 (October 2001): 925-934.

  98. Gotham, Kevin Fox. "Suburbia Under Siege: Low-Income Housing and Racial Conflict in Metropolitan in Kansas City, 1970-1990." Sociological Spectrum 18:4 (1998): 449-83.

  99. Gotham, Kevin Fox. "Political Opportunity, Community Identity, and the Emergence of a Local Anti-Expressway Movement." Social Problems 46:3 (August 1999): 332-54.

  100. Gotham, Kevin Fox. "Urban Space, Restrictive Covenants, and the Origin of Racial Residential Segregation in a U.S. City, 1900-1950." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 24:3 (September 2002): 616-33.

  101. Gotham, Kevin Fox. Race, Real Estate, and Uneven Development: The Kansas City Experience, 1900-2000. Albany, NY: SUNY, 2002.

  102. Gotham, Kevin Fox and Krista Brumley. "Using Space: Agency and Identity in a Public Housing Development" City and Community 1:3 (Fall 2002): 267-89.

  103. Graham, Steven and Simon Marvin. "Planning Cyber-Cities? Integrating Telecommunications into Urban Planning." http://www.ncl.ac.uk/cut/docs/tpr.pdf

  104. Graham, Steven. "In a Moment: On Glocal Mobilities and the Terrorised City." http://www.ncl.ac.uk/cut/docs/inamoment.pdf

  105. Graham, Steven and Patsy Healey. "Relational Concepts of Space and Place: Issues for Planning Theory and Practice." European Planning Studies 7:5 (1999): 623-646.

  106. Graham, Steven & S. Guy. "Digital space meets urban place: Sociotechnologies of urban restructuring in downtown San Francisco." City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action 6:3 (1 November 2002): 369-382.

  107. Graumann, C. F. "Towards a Phenomenology of Being at Home." Architecture and Behaviour 5 (1989): 117-126.

  108. Gray, John. "A Rural Sense of Place: Intimate Experience in Planning a Countryside for Life." Planning Theory & Practice 4:1 (March 2003): 93 - 96.

  109. Greenfield, Adam. "Prada, Property, Praxis." http://v-2.org/displayArticle.php?article_num=21

  110. Greenfield, Adam. "Nomad Histories 001: Hong Kong." http://www.v-2.org/displayArticle.php?article_num=22

  111. Greenfield, Adam. "A Trail of Two Cities." http://www.v-2.org/displayArticle.php?article_num=23

  112. Groat, Linda, ed. Giving Places Meaning. London: Academic Press, 1995.

  113. Grodach, Carl. "Images of Cities: Interpreting Mural Art in Austin, Texas" http://www.ar.utexas.edu/planning/forum/pdfs/Image%20of%20the%20City.pdf

  114. Grönlund Bo. "Urbanity: Lived space and difference." (on Henri Lefebvre's Production of Space) http://hjem.get2net.dk/gronlund/Lefebvreindlaeg_21_3_97v2.html

  115. Grönlund Bo. "Lefebvre's Concept of the City and the Urban in the 1980's." http://hjem.get2net.dk/gronlund/Lefebvres_urban_1980s.html

  116. Grönlund Bo. "'The Urban Question' and 'The Rise of the Network Society' - Manuel Castells confronted" http://hjem.get2net.dk/gronlund/Castells.html

  117. Grönlund Bo. "The Civitas of Seeing and the Design of Cities - on the urbanism of Richard Sennett." http://hjem.get2net.dk/gronlund/Sennett_ny_tekst_97kort.html

  118. Grönlund Bo. "Filling the Void of Urbanity." http://hjem.get2net.dk/gronlund/Aarhus_void94.html

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