New Year, old resolutions (again): 2016

Best wishes for 2016!

Here I am at the end of my short summer break with yet another list of things that I should remember to come back to…

Having spent some time sifting through the weight of old and unread emails, journal alerts and odd papers, I’ve bookmarked the eclectic collection of (mostly 2015) publications that remained for future reference. As in my 2015 post, this list is NOT intended as a comprehensive public art bibliography, nor a critical favourites or “must read” list – nevertheless, several people mentioned last year that they found it useful, so I’m sharing here.

Happy reading (thinking, making…)!

[Please do let me know any corrections and feel free to share your own suggestions/additions here or on the Facebook group.]

Reports/Other

Conference Proceedings

Books

Journals – Special Issues/Themed Sections

Journal articles

  • Julia Aoki & Ayaka Yoshimizu, 2015, ‘Walking Histories, Un/making Places: Walking Tours as Ethnography of Place’, Space & Culture 18(3): 273-284
  • Jonathan Bach, 2016, ‘The Berlin Wall after the Berlin Wall: Site into sight’, Memory Studies 9(1):48
  • Andrea Baldini, 2015, ‘An Urban Carnival on the City Walls: The Visual Representation of Financial Power in European Street Art’, Journal of Visual Culture 14(2):246-252
  • Debra Benita Shaw, 2015, ‘Streets for Cyborgs: The Electronic Flâneur and the Posthuman City,’ Space & Culture 18(3): 230-242
  • Tony Bennett, 2015, ‘Cultural Studies and the Culture Concept’, Cultural Studies 29(4): 546-568, DOI: 10.1080/09502386.2014.1000605
  • Paul Bunyan, 2015, ‘Regenerating the City: People, Politics, Power and the Public Sphere’, Local Government Studies 41 (3): 362-378, DOI: 10.1080/03003930.2014.982109
  • Kevin J. Burke, Stuart Greene, and Maria K. McKenna, 2016, ‘A Critical Geographic Approach to Youth Civic Engagement: Reframing Educational Opportunity Zones and the Use of Public Spaces’, Urban Education 51(2):143
  • Ingrid Campo-Ruiz, 2015, ‘Malmö Eastern Cemetery and Lewerentz’s critical approach to monumentality’, Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes 35(4): 328-344, DOI: 10.1080/14601176.2015.1079422
  • Deborah Chambers & David Baines , 2015, ‘A gift to the community? Public relations, public art and the news media’, European Journal of Cultural Studies 18(6): 639-655
  • Andrew Crisp, Anne Clarke & Ursula K Frederick, 2014, ‘Battlefield or gallery?: A comparative analysis of contemporary mark-making practices in Sydney, Australia’, Australian Archaeology (78)
  • Jill Desimini, 2015, ‘Limitations of the Temporary. Landscape and Abandonment’, Journal of Urban History 41(2: 279-293, doi: 10.1177/0096144214563502
  • Boyd Dirk Blackwell, Brian Dollery & Bligh James Grant, 2015, ‘Institutional vehicles for place-shaping in remote Australia’, Space & Polity 19(2):150-169, DOI: 10.1080/13562576.2015.1014227
  • Cameron Duff & David Moore, 2015, ‘Going out, getting about: atmospheres of mobility in Melbourne’s night-time economy’ Social & Cultural Geography 16(3): 299-314, DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2014.979864
  • Ursula K Frederick, 2014, ‘Shake well midden: An archaeology of contemporary graffiti production in Perth, Western Australia’, Australian Archaeology (78)
  • Ursula K Frederick & Anne Clarke, 2014, ‘Signs of the times: Archaeological approaches to historical and contemporary graffiti’, Australian Archaeology (78)
  • Jordan Frith & Kati Fargo Ahern, 2015, ‘Make a sound garden grow: Exploring the new media potential of social soundscaping’, Convergence 21(4): 496-508
  • Abigail Gilmore & Roberta Comunian, 2016, ‘Beyond the campus: higher education, cultural policy and the creative economy’, International Journal of Cultural Policy 22(1):1-9 , DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2015.1101089
  • Leslie A. Hahner & Scott J. Varda, 2014, ‘Yarn Bombing and the Aesthetics of Exceptionalism’, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 11(4): 301-321, DOI: 10.1080/14791420.2014.959453
  • Susan Hansen & Flynn Danny, 2015, ‘This is not a Banksy!’: street art as aesthetic protest’, Continuum 29(6): 898-912, DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2015.1073685
  • Victoria Hattam, 2016, ‘Imperial designs: Remembering Vietnam at the US–Mexico border wall’, Memory Studies 9(1):27
  • Amanda Johnson Ashley, 2015, ‘Beyond the Aesthetic. The Historical Pursuit of Local Arts Economic Development’, Journal of Planning History 14(1): 38-61, doi: 10.1177/1538513214541616
  • Tanya J King, 2015, ‘Encrypted Landscapes, Nation-States: The Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra’, Space and Culture 18(2): 171-182, doi: 10.1177/1206331214524495
  • Casper Laing Ebbensgaard, 2015, ‘Illuminights: A Sensory Study of Illuminated Urban Environments in Copenhagen’, Space and Culture 18(2) 112-131, doi: 10.1177/1206331213516910
  • Thomas Lemke, 2015, ‘Foucault and the ‘Government of Things’’, Theory, Culture & Society 32(4): 3
  • Moberley Luger, 2015, ‘Poetry as monument: Jenny Holzer and the memorial poems of 9/11’, Memory Studies 8(2):183
  • David Mercera & Prashanti Mayfield, 2015, ‘City of the Spectacle: White Night Melbourne and the politics of public space’, Australian Geographer 46(4): 507-534, DOI: 10.1080/00049182.2015.1058796
  • Andy Merrifield, 2015, ‘Amateur Urbanism’, City 19(5): 753-762
  • Vladimir Mikadze 2015, ‘Ephemeral Urban Landscapes of Guerrilla Gardeners: A Phenomenological Approach, Landscape Research 40(5): 519-529, DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2014.939617
  • Sophie Oldfield, 2015, ‘Between activism and the academy: The urban as political terrain’, Urban Studies 52(11):2072-2086
  • Fatma Pelin Ekdi & Hale Çıracı 2015, ‘Really public? Evaluating the publicness of public spaces in Istanbul by means of fuzzy logic modelling’, Journal of Urban Design 20(5): 658-676, DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2015.1106919
  • Martin Phillips, Anna Woodham & Eilean Hooper-Greenhill, 2015, Foucault and museum geographies: a case study of the English ‘Renaissance in the Regions’, Social & Cultural Geography 16(7): 730-763, DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2015.1009854
  • Carolin Schurra & Katharina Abdo, 2016, ‘Rethinking the place of emotions in the field through social laboratories’, Gender, Place & Culture 23(1):120-133, DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2014.970138
  • Robyn Sloggett, 2015, ‘Has Aboriginal art a future?’ Leonhard Adam’s 1944 essay and the development of the Australian Aboriginal art market’, International Journal of Cultural Studies 18(2):167
  • Quentin Stevens & Shanti Sumartojo, 2015, ‘Memorial Planning in London’, Journal of Urban Design 20(5) 615-635, DOI:10.1080/13574809.2015.1071655
  • Marita Sturken, 2016, ‘The objects that lived: The 9/11 Museum and material transformation’, Memory Studies 9(1):13
  • Emily Talen, 2015, ‘Do-it-Yourself Urbanism: A History’, Journal of Planning History 14(2): 135-148, doi: 10.1177/1538513214549325
  • Simone Tulumello, 2015, ‘From “Spaces of Fear” to “Fearscapes”: Mapping for Reframing Theories About the Spatialization of Fear in Urban Space’, Space & Culture 18(3): 257-272
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