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The New Berlin: Memory, Politics, Place
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Wounded cities: Memory-work and a place-based ethics of care
What would it mean to think about cities marked by past structures of violence and exclusion as wounded but also as environments that offer its residents care? My current book in progress, WoundedExpand
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Staging the past: landscape designs, cultural identity and Erinnerungspolitik at Berlin’s Neue Wache
The controversies surrounding the re-establishment of a national memorial in Berlin, the Neue Wache, are examined to discuss the process of public memory. After unification, West German mediaExpand
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NEW URBANISM AND NATURE: GREEN MARKETING AND THE NEOTRADITIONAL COMMUNITY
A central goal of New Urbanism (NU) is to provide alternatives to suburbs through ecologically sound designs and more natural communities. This article situates NU environmental rhetoric culturallyExpand
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Neotraditional Towns and Urban Villages: The Cultural Production of a Geography of ‘Otherness’
The ‘neotraditional’ planning movement in the USA is criticized through an analysis of promotional materials for the urban village of Rancho Santa Margarita in Orange County, CA. The ‘traditions’ ofExpand
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(RE)PLACING THE NEW URBANISM DEBATES: TOWARD AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AGENDA
New Urbanism (NU) is a complex planning paradigm and social movement that has recently become influential in planning, residential development, and government housing circles. To introduce thisExpand
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Artistic and activist memory-work: Approaching place-based practice
While an emerging interdisciplinary field of memory studies exists, what it is and might become remains open to debate. This article calls for a memory studies agenda that remains sensitive to theExpand
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Returning Home and to the Field*
Last week I “returned from the field.” Even though I am back home I certainly don t feel at home. I feel disoriented for all sorts of reasons. Because I came back during the sixth week of theExpand
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Place in context: Rethinking Humanist Geographies
A name etched in the smooth, black stone of a war memorial, a crowd of peasants captured in oil paint, a ghost town arrested intentionally in its decay, the planet we call home seen from the vantageExpand
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