Tim Edensor - British Industrial Ruins

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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Marc Auge (1995) Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity London: Verso.

Stephen Barber (1995) Fragments of the European City. London: Reaktion.

Susan Buck-Morss (1997) The Dialectics of Seeing: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

Peter Buse and Andrew Stott (1999) Ghosts: Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis, History. London. MacMillan.

Michel de Certeau and Luce Giard (1998) The Practice of Everyday Life, Volume 2: Living and Cooking. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press.

Midas Dekkers (2000) The Way of All Flesh: The Romance of Ruins. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Tim Edensor (2002) 'Haunting in the ruins: matter and immateriality', in Space and Culture, 11/12, pp. 42-51.

Avery Gordon (1997) Ghostly Matters. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Cristoph Grunenberg (ed.) (1997) Gothic. Boston: MIT Press.

Anne Janowitz (1990) England's Ruins: Poetic Purpose and the National Landscape. Oxford: Blackwell.

Maxwell MacKenzie and Henry Allen (2001) American Ruins: Ghosts on a Landscape. New York: Afton Historical Society Press

Nottingham Castle Museum (1988) Ruins in British Romantic Art from Wilson to Turner. Nottingham: Nottingham Castle Museum Press.

Michael Roth et al (1997) Irresistable Decay: Ruins Reclaimed. Los Angeles: Getty.

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

Sir John Soane's Museum (1999) Visions of Ruin: Crude Hints. London: Sir John Soane's Museum

Julian Stallabrass (1996) Gargantua: Manufactured Mass Culture. London: London.

Kathleen Stewart (1996) A Space by the Side of the Road. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Camilo Vergara (1999) American Ruins. New York: Monacelli Press.

Christopher Woodward (2001) In Ruins. London: Chatto and Windus.

Paul Zucker (1968) Fascination of Decay: Ruins: Relic - Symbol - Ornament. Ridgewood, N.J.: Gregg Press.

 

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