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Since its 1999 theatrical release, Fight Club has been a cult favorite notable for the regular punches thrown and received by its protagonists. How should we read these thrashings alongside what is arguably the film’s other great obsession, trash? I argue that Fight Club’s trash is no mere...
The 1919 Wimbledon Ladies final between Suzanne Lenglen and Dorothea Lambert Chambers has been treated as a decisive break not just in women’s tennis, but in sporting femininity more generally. Lenglen has conventionally been seen as a harbinger of modern sporting femininity, particularly as...
In the closing decade of the 19th century the Battle Creek Sanitarium, located in southern Michigan, operated as a health resort for invalids. Best known as the place where breakfast cereal was first packaged and mass-marketed, its most famous product — Corn Flakes — was the result of...
Patrick Geddes worked in Jerusalem between 1919 and 1925. He was originally summoned to the city by the Zionists, in order to plan the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; eventually, he also submitted an overall plan for the city, presented to its British Governor. Geddes’ university plan and many...
For cultural geographers, uncertainties inhabit the concept of ‘landscape’. The term shuttles between describing embodied practice of immersion in an environment, and indicating representational strategies for looking at an environment. This article provides a reading of W.G. Sebald’s The...
Drawing from three years of fieldwork — including over 250 journeys and about 400 interviews — conducted in ferry-dependent coastal and insular communities of British Columbia, this paper extends the concept of constellation of mobility and provides empirical evidence to argue for its...
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