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This editorial introduction discusses the problematic “demonology” of spatial analyses that attempt to understand the logic of the social in terms of subject-based origins. Taking the poststructuralist notion of decentered subjectivity to task, it uses the metaphor of exorcism to approach...
The “tools” of architectural discourse—maps, plans, sections, elevations, photographs—are one way of representing an architecture of the everyday. In this article, the theoretical problematic of representing the everyday is investigated through a specific site, Zavoj, a village in the...
It seems impossible to me that one could have a completely ordinary temperament if one had been raised along the quais of Paris, across from the Louvre and the Tuileries, close to the Palais Mazarin, and facing the glorious river Seine that flows between the towers large and small and the spires...
Plains horse culture began after horses returned from their Asian, Ice Age diaspora with the Ponce De Leon expedition. Despite significant traditions of movement in making environmental knowledge, environmental studies overvalue settlement and its habituations. The gentrification of ecological...
In this article, Erving Goffman's frame analysis, a perspective normally associated only with face-to-face interaction, is applied to the macro sphere of social life in the context of the cold war's end and its representation in American film. Two macro-level frames—the American superiority...
The framework of this article stems from the Simmelian urbanism: positive meanings of impersonality that resonate with the late Chicago School. The literature of the flâneur is used in this article to frame the impersonal attitude toward other persons in traffic. Data are drawn from six focus...
This article studies the imaginary geography of Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's film Calendar and articulates the difference between the film's reflexive narrative concept of global flows and representational concepts of the social sciences. The film tells the story of a couple who travels to...
In December 1992, Baudrillard delivered the lecture “Hyperreal America” at Essex University in the United Kingdom. In his lecture, Baudrillard talked around his now famous book America (published in French in 1986 and in English in 1988) in which he argued that the fascination and catastrophe...
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