Suggested Reading

Psychogeography

Denis Wood, “Lynch Debord: About Two Psychogeographies,” Cartographica 45, no. 3 (2010): 185-200

Guy Debord, “Theory of the Derive,” in Situationist International Anthology, ed. Ken Knabb, Revised & Expanded. (Bureau Of Public Secrets, 2007), 62-66.

Joseph Hart, “A New Way of Walking,” Utne Reader, August 2004.

Simon Sadler, The Situationist City (Cambridge Mass: MIT Press, 1998).

Mapping

Else/Where–Mapping: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006).

Kris Harzinski, From Here to There: A Curious Collection from the Hand Drawn Map Association (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010).

Denis Wood, Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas, First. (Siglio, 2010).

Katharine Harmon and Gayle Clemans, The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010).

Katharine Harmon, You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination, 1st ed. (Princeton Architectural Press, 2003).

Space and Place

Kevin Lynch, The Image of the City, Publications of the Joint Center for Urban Studies (Cambridge [Mass.]: Technology Press, 1960).

Kevin Lynch, What Time Is This Place? (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1972).

Yi-fu Tuan, Space and Place: The Perspective of Experience (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1977).

Michel de Certeau, “Walking in the City,” in The Practice of Everyday Life, trans. Steven Rendall, 2002nd ed. (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1984), 91-110.

Donald W. Meinig, “The Beholding Eye: Ten Versions of the Same Scene,” in The Interpretation of Ordinary Landscapes, ed. Donald W. Meinig (Oxford, 1979), 33-48.

Websites

Artist/Emotional Cartographer Christian Nold

The Hand Drawn Map Association

Hitotoki

Amsterdam RealTime

Eric Fischer’s Locals and Tourists maps

Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood/New York City Stories

City Lore’s City of Memory (New York)

Jason Logan’s Smell Map of New York

You are Here: Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City, exhibition at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery

Provflux, a now-defunct Providence psychogeography festival

Conflux, New York’s psychogeography festival

Artist kanarinka (Catherine D’Ignazio) and in particular her project The City Formerly Known as Cambridge

Artist Matthew Buchholz’s Alternate Histories of Great American Cities

John Krygier’s Mapping Weird Stuff summer camp workshop for kids

Colors of Berlin, an unconventional guidebook

 

 

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