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Websites

  1. An Atlas of Cyberspace.
  2. The Body is Back: Communication in Cyberspace.
  3. Computing and Place Links.
  4. The Cyberarts Web: Cyberspace and Critical Theory.
  5. Cyberspace.
  6. Cyberspace, Hypertext, and Critical Theory.
  7. CyberTextSpace (Karin Wenz).
  8. Elastic Time and Space.
  9. The Geography of Cyberspace Directory.
  10. Grafedia.net - hyperlinked physical world messages, accessible by email.
  11. Headmap.org - place, space & mapping in virtual world
  12. HyperGeo.
  13. Imaging Koenigsburg/Kalingrad.
  14. Imagining Place Online.
  15. Information Place & Space Links.
  16. International Society for Presence Research.
    1. What Is Presence?.
    2. How Do We Measure Presence?.
    3. Examples of Presence.
  17. IP-III - A Project Showing the Intrinsic Space of the Internet.
  18. Michael Heim..
  19. <Paper or Plastic?> Defining the Field.
  20. Presence Research.org.
  21. Spaceless.com.
  22. Telerelating: Explorations of Social Presence and Mixed Realities.
  23. Transparency Now - Simulated Places.


Journals

  1. CyberPsychology and Behavior.
  2. International Journal of Design Computing.
    1. Special Issue: Designing Virtual Worlds.
  3. Journal of Society and Information.
  4. Journal of Virtual Environments.
  5. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments.
    1. Presence Research.org - online companion for journal.
  6. Virtualnomics.


On-line Bibliographies


Courses and Programs

  1. Place, Identity and the Networked World (Michael Curry)
  2. Place Identity in Digital Production (Malcolm McCullogh)


Email Discussion Lists

  1. Presence-L (an email address to send a subscription request)


Online Paper Collections

  1. Presence Papers http://www.presence-research.org/papers.html.


General Bibliography

  1. Aarseth, Espen. "Allegories of Space: The Question of Spatiality in Computer Games." http://www.hf.uib.no/hi/espen/papers/space/.

  2. Adams, Paul. "Network Topologies and Virtual Place" Annals of the Association of American Geographers 88:1 (1998):88-106.

  3. Adams, Paul. "Computer Networks and Virtual Place Metaphors" Geographical Review 87:2 (1997):155-171, Special Issue on Cyberspace and Geographical Space, guest editors, P. Adams and B. Warf.

  4. Adams, Paul & Barney Warf. "Introduction: Cyberspace and Geographical Space" Geographical Review 87:2 (1997):139-145, Special Issue on Cyberspace and Geographical Space, guest editors, P. Adams and B. Warf.

  5. Anders, Peter. "Anthropic Cyberspace: Defining Electronic Space from First Principles." Leonardo 34:5 (2001).

  6. Aufenanger, Stefan. "How Children Envisage Virtual Space; Die Vorstellungen von Kindern vom virtuellen Raum." Diskurs 10:1 (2000): 25-27.

  7. Barta-Smith, Nancy A & James T Hathaway. "Making Cyber-spaces Into Cyber-Places." Journal of Geography 99:6 (2000): 253ff.

  8. Bell, Steven. Toward a Virtual Reality Aesthetic Programming Interface. http://ncca.bournemouth.ac.uk/Staff/steveb/vrapi/C&C2D.html.

  9. Benyon, David. "Beyond Navigation as Metaphor." http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/~dbenyon/EuroDL.html.

  10. Betancourth, Carlos. "Virtuality, Space, and Control." http://www.periferia.org/publications/vsc.html.

  11. Bingham, Nick. "Objections: from technological determinism towards geographies of relations." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 14 (1996): 635-657.

  12. Bogard, William. "Simmel in Cyberspace: Strangeness and Distance in Postmodern Communications." Space and Culture 4-5 (2000): 23-46.

  13. Borer, Michael Ian. "The Cyborgian Self: Toward a Critical Social Theory of Cyberspace." http://www.reconstruction.ws/023/borer.htm.

  14. Boskovic, Aleksandar. "Virtual Places: Imagined Boundaries and Hyperreality in Southeastern Europe." http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=97.

  15. Bowman, D., E. Davis, L. Hodges & A. Badre. "Maintaining Spatial Orientation during Travel in an Immersive Virtual Environment." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 8:6 (1999): 618 - 631.

  16. Bruns, Axel. "The n-Dimensional Village: Coming to Terms with Cyberspatial Topography." http://www.media-culture.org.au/9811/village.html.

  17. Bryant, Rebecca. "What Kind of Space is Cyberspace?" http://www.mic.ul.ie/stephen/cyberspace.pdf.

  18. Carazo-Chandler, Christian. "Conceptualizing Geographies in a Virtual World Environment." http://www.itu.dk/people/dali/Conceptualising%20Geography%20in%20a%20Virtual%20World%20Environment.doc.

  19. Chalmers, Matthew. "Place, Media, and Activity." http://machen.mrl.nott.ac.uk/PublicationStore/2001-chalmers-4.pdf.

  20. Chalmers, Matthew. "Theory and Practice in the City Project." http://machen.mrl.nott.ac.uk/PublicationStore/2001-chalmers.pdf.

  21. Champion, Erik. "Virtual Places." http://www.arbld.unimelb.edu.au/~erikc/papers/VirtualPlaces.pdf.

  22. Champion, Erik. "Cultural Presence." http://www.arbld.unimelb.edu.au/~erikc/papers/CulturalPresence.pdf.

  23. Champion, Erik and Bharat Dave. "Where Is This Place?" http://www.arbld.unimelb.edu.au/~erikc/papers/ACADIA2002.pdf.

  24. Champion, Erik, Bharat Dave and Ian Bishop. "Interaction, Agency, and Artefacts." http://www.arbld.unimelb.edu.au/~erikc/papers/CAADFUTURES2003.pdf.

  25. Charitos, D., "Designing Space in Virtual Environments for Aiding Wayfinding Behavior." Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde. The fourth UK VR-SIG Conference, Brunel University, 1st November 1997. http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/charitos97designing.html.

  26. Chung, Misin. A Sacred Space in Cyberspace. http://depts.washington.edu/dmachine/mschung/thesis/presentation/01-thesis.htm.

  27. Clodius, Jen. "Concepts of Place and Space in a Virtual Community." http://www.dragonmud.org/people/jen/space.html.

  28. Corngold, Stanley. "Reading in the Age of Media, Computers, and Internet." http://www.liternet.bg/iser/corn1.htm.

  29. Crang, Mike, Phil Crang , Jon May, eds. Virtual Geographies: Bodies, Space and Relations. London & New York: Routledge, 1999.

  30. Curry, Michael. "Cyberspace and cyberplaces: Rethinking the identity of individual and place." http://dpub36.pub.sbg.ac.at/ectp/CURRY_P.HTM.

  31. Curry, Michael and Munroe Eagles. "Geographies of the Information Society: Place and Identity in an Age of Technologically Regulated Movement." http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/Publications/Varenius_Reports/Place_and_Identity.pdf.

  32. Darkin, R., T. Allard & L. Achille. "Spatial Orientation and Wayfinding in Large-Scale Virtual Spaces: An Introduction." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 7:2 (1998): 101-107.

  33. Davis, Stephen. Media Space: An Analysis of Spatial Practices in Planar Pictorial Media. Ph.D. Thesis http://www.cea.mdx.ac.uk/cea/CEA_shared/Staff_Stephen/Personal/MediaSpacePhD_COMPLETE.pdf NOTE: 22 Mb file.

  34. Dieberger, Andreas. "Social connotations of spatial metaphors and their influence on (direct) social navigation." http://juggle5.50megs.com/WORK/publications/SocNav_Stockholm_3_98.html.

  35. Dodd, Adam. "The Truth Is Over There': Is There Room for Space in Postmodernity?" http://www.media-culture.org.au/9811/truth.html.

  36. Dodge, Martin. "Avatars, Identity and Meta-Place: The Geography of a 3-D Virtual World on the Internet." http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/martin/varenius_placeidentity.pdf.

  37. Dodge, M. and Kitchin, R.M. Mapping Cyberspace. Routledge, London. 2000. See this website on the book.

  38. Dodge, M. and Kitchin, R.M. Atlas of Cyberspace. Addison-Wesley, 2001.

  39. Driskell, Robyn Bateman and Larry Lyon. "Are Virtual Communities True Communities? Examining the Environments and Elements of Community." City and Community 1:4 (December 2002): 373-390.

  40. Durand, Alain-Philippe. Un monde techno. Nouveaux espaces électroniques dans le roman français des années 1980-1990. Berlin: Weidler Buchverlag, 2004.

  41. Evans, Karen. Maintaining Community in the Information Age: The Importance of Trust, Place and Situated Knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

  42. Fischer, Claude S. and R. M Jackson etc., Networks and Places. New York: Free Press, 1977.

  43. Fisher, Dana. "On Utopias and Dystopias: Toward an Understanding of the Discourse Surrounding the Internet." http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue2/fisher.html.

  44. Flanagan, Mary. "Navigating the narrative in space: Gender and spatiality in virtual worlds." Art Journal (Fall 2000) http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0425/is_3_59/ai_66238371.

  45. Fletcher, Gordon. "All That is Virtual Bleeds Into Reality, Part One" http://www.spaceless.com/papers/1.htm.

  46. Fletcher, Gordon. "All That is Virtual Bleeds Into Reality, Part Two" http://www.spaceless.com/papers/8.htm.

  47. Fletcher, Gordon. "...Excavating Posts." http://www.spaceless.com/papers/3.htm.

  48. Fletcher, Gordon. "...'Better Than (Real) Life: Cyberspace as Urban Space." http://www.spaceless.com/papers/10.htm.

  49. Fraim, John. "The Cyberspace Battle Against Place." http://www.symbolism.org/writing/articles/internal/cyberspace/home.html.

  50. Galin, Jeffrey R. and Joan Latchaw. "Heterotopic Spaces Online: A New Paradigm for Academic Scholarship and Publication" http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/3.1/coverweb/galin/.

  51. Goldate, Steven. "The 'Cyberflâneur' -Spaces and Places on the Internet." http://www.ceramicstoday.com/articles/050498.htm.

  52. Gotved, Stine. "Spatial Dimensions in Online Communities." Space and Culture 5:4 (November 2002): 405-414.

  53. Graham, Stephen. "The End of Geography or the Explosion of Place? Conceptualizing Space, Place and Information Technology." Progress in Human Geography 22:2 (June 1998): 165-185.

  54. Graham, Stephen. "Spaces of surveillant simulation: new technologies, digital representations, and material geographies." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 16 (1998): 483-504.

  55. Greenhill, Anita and Gordon Fletcher. "The Social Construction of Electronic Space." http://www.spaceless.com/papers/12.htm.

  56. Greenhill, Anita. "...Virtually There: The Social Construction of Computer Mediated Identity." http://www.spaceless.com/papers/13.htm.

  57. Gu, Ning & Mary Lou Maher. "Designing Virtual Architecture: From Place to User Centred Design" International Journal of Design Computing 4 (2002). http://www.arch.usyd.edu.au/kcdc/journal/vol4/gu/index.html.

  58. Hill, Leslie. "Terra Incognita." http://www.reconstruction.ws/023/hill.pdf.

  59. Hillis, Ken. Digital sensations: space, identity, and embodiment in virtual reality. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1999.

    1. Curry, Michael R. "Review of Ken Hillis, Digital Sensations: Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91:4 (2001): 771ff.

  60. Holloway, S. L. and G. Valentine. "Placing cyberspace: Processes of Americanization in British children's use of the Internet." Area 33:2 (2001): 153-160.

  61. Horan, Thomas A. Digital Places: Building Our City of Bits. Washington DC: Urban Land Institute, 2000.

  62. Ito, Mizuko. "Network Localities: Identity, Place, and Digital Media." http://www.itofisher.com/PEOPLE/mito/locality.pdf.

  63. Jacobs, W. Jake, Holly E. Laurance, Kevin G. F. Thomas. "Place Learning in Virtual Space I: Acquisition, Overshadowing, and Transfer." Learning and Motivation 28:4 (Nov 1997): 521-541.

  64. Janelle, Donald G. and David C. Hodge, eds. Information, place, and cyberspace: Issues in accessibility. Heidelberg and New York: Springer, 2000.

  65. Jenkins, Henry. "Game Design as Narrative Architecture" http://web.mit.edu/21fms/www/faculty/henry3/games&narrative.html.

  66. Jenkins, Henry & Kurt Squire. "The Art of Contested Spaces" http://web.mit.edu/21fms/www/faculty/henry3/contestedspaces.html.

  67. Kalay, Y & Marx, J. "Changing the Metaphor: Cyberspace as a Place." Digital Design - Research and Practice, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures. Mao-Lin Chiu, Jin-Yeu Tsou, Thomas Kvan, Mitsuo Morozumi, and Tay-Sheng Jeng (eds.), Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.

  68. Kalay, Y. & Marx. J. "Architecture and the Internet: Designing Places in Cyberspace." Proceedings
    of ACADIA 2001: Reinventing the Discourse
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  69. Kellogg, Wendy and Thomas Erickson. "Social Translucence, Collective Awareness, and the Emergence of Place: A Position Paper for The Role of Place in Shaping Virtual Community." http://modiin.njit.edu/cscw2002place/Kellogg.pdf.

  70. Kitchin, R.M. "Towards geographies of cyberspace." Progress in Human Geography 22:3 (1998): 385-406.

  71. Kociatkiewicz, Jerzy. "Astral Bodies and Cyber Spaces: Images of Space in the Discourse of Polish Computer Magazines." http://www.emp.uc3m.es/~quattron/conference/papers/Kociatkiewicz.pdf.

  72. Koppell, Jonathan. "No "There" There: Why Cyberspace Isn't Anyplace." http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2000/08/koppell.htm.

  73. Lackner, J. & Paul DiZio. "Spatial Orientation as a Component of Presence: Insights Gained from Nonterrestrial Environments." Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 7:2 (1998): 108-115.

  74. Langham, Don. "The Commonplace MOO: Orality and Literacy in Virtual Reality." Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine 1:3 (July 1994): 7ff. http://www.ibiblio.org/cmc/mag/1994/jul/moo.html.

  75. Laurel, B., Strickland, R., Tow, R. "Placeholder: Landscape and Narrative In Virtual Environments." ACM Computer Graphics Quarterly 28:2 (May 1994).

  76. Luke, Timothy W. "Simulated Sovereignty, Telematic Territoriality: The Political Economy of Cyberspace." Featherstone, Mike & Scott Lash, eds. Spaces of Culture: City - Nation - World. Sage Publications, 1999: 27-48.

  77. Maier-Rabler, Ursula. "Space and Communication: The Spatiality of Communication in the Context of the New Information and Communication Technologies." http://www.sbg.ac.at/ipk/people/umr/pdf/cast_working_file.pdf.

  78. Maras, Steve. "The Art of the Moment." http://abc.net.au/future/speed.htm.

  79. Mayo, Sherry. "NXT Space for Visual Thinking: An Experimental Cyberlab." http://www.media-culture.org.au/9811/nxt.html.

  80. McHoul, A. W. "Cyberbeing and ~space" PostModern Culture 8:1 (1997).

  81. Miller, Lee. "Architecture of Cyberspace." http://www.usask.ca/art/digital_culture/miller/.

  82. Mitchell, W. City of Bits: Space, Place, and the Infobahn. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995.

  83. Mitchell, William J. E-Topia: "Urban Life, Jim -- But Not As We Know It" Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.

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  88. Oliver, Julian Holland. "Polygon Destinies: The Production of Place in the Digital Role-Playing Game." http://www.kinonet.com/conferences/cosign2001/pdfs/Oliver.pdf.

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  116. Zidarich, Veronica. "Virtual Worlds as Architectural Space: An exploration." http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/activites/zidarich/zidarich.pdf And in French: http://www.fondation-langlois.org/f/activites/zidarich/zidarich.pdf.

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