Monthly Archives: May 2014

Heterotopia Bibliography – Proposed MA in Lens Based Media

Aksit, E. E. (2011) Harem education and heterotopic imagination’Gender & Education.  23 (3) 299-311.

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Public-space heterotopias: heterotopias of masculinity along the Tel Aviv shoreline’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter, (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge.

Anderson, T. (1994) Drawing upon Levinas to sketch out a heterotopic poetics of art and tragedy’. Research in Phenomenology. 24. 69+

Andriotis, K. (2010) Heterotopic Erotic Oases – The Public Nude Beach Experience’. Annals of Tourism Research, 37:4 1076-1096.

Annist, A. (2013) Heterotopia and Hegemony: Power and culture in Setoma’: Journal of Baltic Studies 44 (2)

Baille, C. Kabo, J. and Reader, J. (2013) Heterotopia: Alternative Pathways to Social Justice, Alresford, Hants: Zero Books

Barnes, T. J. (2004) Placing ideas: genius loci, heterotopia and geography’s quantitative revolution’ Progress in Human Geography. 28:5 565-595

Barrera, E. (2003) Aliens in heterotopia: an intertextual reading of the Border Control Museum’ in Ethnography at the Border. Ed. P. Vila. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 166-181.

Belting, H. (2001) Place of reflection or place of sensation?’ in P. Noever (ed.) The Discursive Museum. Vienne: MAK. 72-82. Bennett, T. (1995) The Birth of the Museum, London: Routledge. Bialasiewicz, L. (2006) Geographies of production and the contexts of politics: dis- location and new ecologies of fear in the Veneto citt’ diffusa’ Environment & Planning D: Society & Space. 24:1. 41-67

Billingham, P. (2000) Sensing the City through Television: Urban Identification within Fictional Drama. Oxford: Portland.

Birringer, J. (1998) Makrolab: A Heterotopia’ Journal of Performance and Art, 20 (3) 66-75. Blair, E. (2009) A further education College as heterotopia’ Research in Post-Compulsory Education. 14: 1 93-101

Blum, R. H. (2010). ‘Anxious Latitudes: Heterotopias, Subduction Zones, and the Historico-Spatial Configurations with Dead Man’ Critical Studies in Media Communication 27 (1) 55-66.

Boano, C. and Leclair-Paquet, B. (2013).’No Constraint, Or the Potential to Not Do’. Trans — Issue on Stance 22: 50-55.

Boedeltje, F. (2012) The Other Spaces of European Geopolitics Through the Disturbing Eye of Foucault’s Heterotopias’, Geopolitics, 17 (1): 1-24.

Bogumil, S. Comparative Literature, Globalization, and Heterotopia’ Neohelicon. 28:1. 43-54 Bonazzi, A. (2002) Heterotopology and Geography’ Space and Culture. 5 (1) 42-58.

Bondy, J. (2012) Latinas, Heterotopia, and Home: Pedagogies of Gender and Sexuality in Quinceañera’ Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy. 9 (1) 81-98.

Bosteels, B. (2003) Nonplaces: An Anecdoted Topography of Contemporary French Theory’, Diacritics. 33 (3/4) 117-139

Boyer, (2008) The many mirrors of Foucault and their architectural reflections’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 53-74

Bruchansky, C. (2010) The Heterotopia of Disney World’ Philosophy Now Issue 77.

Bryant-Bertail, S. (2000) Theatre as Heterotopia: Lessing’s Nathan the Wise’, Assaph, (16): 91-108.

Burdett, C. (2000) Journeys to the Other Spaces of Fascist Italy, Modern Italy, 5 (1): 7-23.

Burke, K. (2012) Kairos and masculine possibility in retreats of adolescents’ Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality, 6 (2), 77-93.

Burrows, V. (2008) The Heterotopic Spaces of Postcolonial Trauma in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost” Studies in the Novel. 40:1 161-177

Cairo, H. (2004) The Field of Mars: heterotopias of territory and war’ Political Geography 23 (8) 1009–1036.

Cantrell, S. K. (2011) ”I solemnly swear I am up to no good”: Foucault’s Heterotopias and Deleuze’s Any-Spaces-Whatever in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Series’  Children’s Literature. 39, 195-212.

Casarino, C. (2002) Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad in Crisis, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Chatzidakis, A; Maclaran, P; Bradshaw, A.(2012)  ‘Heterotopian space and the utopics of ethical and green consumption’ Journal of Marketing Management. 28 (3/4) 494-515.

Chemburkar, S. (2012) Monument, Memory, and Meaning: Heterotopia at Borobudur’, Indonesia. Marg: A Magazine of the Arts, 64: 1 12-25

Cheng, M. (2001) Highways, L.A.: Multiple Communities in a Heterolocus’ Theatre Journal. 53:3 429-454

Chernetsky, V. (1998) Travels Through Heterotopia: The Textual Realms of Patrick Modiano’s Rue des Boutiques Obscures and Mikhail Kuraev’s Kapitan Dikshtein’ Studies in 20th century literature. 22:2 253+

Chien-hsin Tsai. (2012) The Heteotopic Agent in chu Tien-hsin’s The Old Capital” Concentric: Literacy & Cultural Studies, 38: 2 139-16

Chlada, M. (2005) Heterotopie und Erfahrung. Abriss der Heterotopology nach Michel Foucault, Aschaffenburg: Alibri Verlag.

Chung, H. J.(2012) Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds’. Cinema 51 (4) 87-109.

Coleman, N. (2012) Utopic Pedagogies: Alternatives to Degenerate Architecture’ Utopian Studies.23 (2) 314-35.

Coleman, S. and Street, A. (2012) Introduction to Special Issue: Real and Imagined Spaces’ Space and Culture. 15 (1) 4-17.

Couton, P (2009) Movement as Utopia’ History of Human Sciences. 22:4 93-121.

Damjanov, K. (2013) Lunar Cemetery: Global Heterotopia and the Bio-politics of Death’ Leonardo 46: 2 159-162

Davies, A. (2008) Guillermo del Toro’s Cronos: the Vampire as Embodied Heterotopia’, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 25 (5): 395-403

Davis, T. (2010) Third Spaces or Heterotopias? Recreating and Negotiating Migrant Identity Using Online Spaces’, Sociology. 44 (4): 661-677.

De Boeck, F. (2008) Dead society in a cemetery city: the transformation of burial rites in Kinshasa in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge.

Decock, S. (2011)  ”The Loving Conquest and Embrace”: On Peaceful Heterotopias and Utopias in Annemarie Schwarzenbach’s Asian and African Travel Writings. Women in German Yearbook 27 109-130

Defert, D. (1997) Foucault, Space, and the Architects’ in Politics/Poetics: Documenta X — The Book, Ostfildern-Ruit: Cantz Verlag, 274-283.

Defert, D. (2004) Introduction to Utopies et heterotopias [Utopias and heterotopias] CD: INA, Mémoire Vive.

Dehaene, M. And De Cauter, L. (2008b) The space of play: towards a general theory of heterotopia’ in. M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter, (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 75-87.

Dickinson, G., Ott, B. and Aoki, E. (2006) Spaces of Remembering and Forgetting: 
The Reverent Eye/I at the Plains Indian Museum’ Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies. 3:1 27-47

Dove-Viebhan, A. (2007) Embodying Hybridity, (En)gendering Community: Captain Janeway and the Enactment of a Feminist Heterotopia on Star Trek: Voyager’. Women’s Studies 36 (8): 597-618.

Dudley, J. M. (1992) Being and non-being: The other and heterotopia in Hamletmachine’ Modern Drama. 35:4 562-570

Duran, J. (2000) Utopia, Heterotopia, and Memory in Carmen Boullosa’s Cielos De La Tierra’ Studies in Literary Imagination. 33:1 51+

Elliott, B. and Purdy. A.  (2006) A Walk Through Heterotopia: Peter Greenaway’s Landscapes by Numbers’ in Landscape and Film. Ed. M. Lefebvre. New York: Routledge.

El-Tayeb, F. (2013) Time Travelers and Queer Heterotopias: Narratives from the Muslim Underground’ The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory. 88 (3) 305-319.

Erdem, E. (2014) Reading Foucault with Gibson-Graham: The Political Economy of Other Spaces” in Berlin. Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture & Society 26 (1)

Evans, A., Riley, S. and Shankar, A. Postfeminist Heterotopias’ European Journal of Women’s Studies, 17: 3 211-229

Farber, L. and Dreyer, E. (2012) The diary of Bertha Marks as a heterotopia, as articulated in the artwork, The Futility of Writing 24-Page Letters’, Literator 33 (1)

Fayard, N.  (2011) Who’s there? Shakespeare in Production as Heterotopia in France’ Romance Studies. 29: 4 269-284.

Faubion, J. (2008) Heterotopia: an ecology’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 31-40.

Ferreday, D. and Hodgson, V. (2008) The Tyranny of Participation and Collaboration in Networked Learning’ Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Networked Learning 640-647.

Fischer-Lichte, E. and Wihstutz, B. eds. (2012) Part 2: Utopia and Heterotopia’ in Performance and the Politics of Space. London: Routledge.

Fontana-Giusti, G. (2013) Foucault for Architects. London: Routledge.

Foucault, M. (1968) [1967] Des espaces autres’, [Of other spaces] Árcittetura, 13: 822-23.

Foucault, M. (1980a) [1977] The Eye of Power’ in C. Gordon (ed.), Power/Knowledge Brighton: The Harvester Press, 146-165.

Foucault, M. (1980c) [1976] Questions on Geography’ in C. Gordon (ed.), Power/Knowledge, Brighton: The Harvester Press, 63-77.

Foucault, M. (1984) [1967] Des espaces autre’ [Of other spaces], Architecture, Mouvement, Continuité, (5): 46-49.

Foucault, M. (1986) [1967] Of other spaces’, Diacritics, (16): 22-7.

Foucault, M. (1987) [1963] Death and the Labyrinth: the World of Raymond Roussel London: Athlone Press.

Foucault, M. (1994) [1963] Distance, aspect, origine’ in Dits et ècrits Volume 1: 1954-1988, Paris: Gallimard, 272-287.

Foucault, M. (1998a) [1967] Different Spaces’, in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology: Essential Works of Foucault Volume 2, London: Penguin, 175-185.

Foucault, M. (1998b) [1966] The Thought of the Outside’ in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology: Essential Works of Foucault Volume 2, London: Penguin, 147- 171.

Foucault, M. (2002) [1982] Space, Knowledge, Power’ in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Power: Essential Works of Foucault, Volume 3, London: Penguin, 349-364.

Foucault, M. (2004) [1966] Utopies et heterotopias [Utopias and heterotopias], CD: INA, Mémoire Vive.

Foucault, M. (2006) [1961] History of Madness, London: Routledge.

Foucault M, (2007a) [1964] The Language of Space’, translated. G. Moore in J. W. Crampton and S. Elden (eds.), Space, Knowledge and Power, Aldershot: Ashgate, 163-168.

Foucault, M. (2009) [1971] Manet and the Object of Painting, translated M. Barr, London: Tate Publishing.

Foucault, M. (2010) [1966] Les Corp Utopique, Les Hétérotopies’, with introduction by D. Defert. Clamercy: Éditions Lignes.

Fraile-Marcos, A. M. Urban Heterotopias and Racialization in Kim Brunhuber’s Kameleon Man’ Canadian Literature 214 68-89

Frances, S. (2010) Borges and New Media: Connections Via Heterotopic spaces’, The University of Texas at Arlington (Thesis) .1488243.

Franko, M. (2011) Archaeological choreographic practices: Foucault and Forsythe’ History of the Human Sciences. 24 (4) 97-112.

Füller, H.and Michel, B. (2012) (eds) Die Ordnung der Räume. Geographische Forschung im Anschluss an Michel Foucault. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. Gandy, M.  (2012) Queer ecology: nature, sexuality, and heterotopic alliances’ Environment and Planning D, Society and Space.  30: 4 727-747.

Genocchio, B. (1995) Discourse, Discontinuity, Difference: the Question of Other Spaces’ in S. Watson and K. Gibson (eds.), Postmodern Cities and Spaces, Oxford: Blackwell, 35-46.

Gonick, M and Hladki, J. (2005) Who are the participants? Rethinking representational practices and writing with heterotopic possibility in qualitative inquiry’ International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 18:3 285-304

Gordon, J. (2003) Hybridity, Heterotopia and Mateship in China Miéville’s Perdido Street station”, Science Fiction Studies 30 (3) 456-4766.

Götz Hoeppe, (2012) Astronomers at the Observatory: Place, Visual Practice, Traces’ Anthropological Quarterly. 85: 4 1141-1160.

Green, D. (2001-2002) Death, Nature, and Uncertain Spaces: A Commentary From Paganism’ Omega: Journal of Death & Dying. 44:2 127+

Guidi, J. (2011) The Other Side of the Panopticon: Technology, Archives, and the Difficulty of Seeing Victorian Heterotopias’ Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science. 1 (3)

Guarrasi, V. (2001) Paradoxes of Modern and Postmodern Geography: Heterotopia of Landscape and Cartographic Logic’ in C. Minca (ed.), Postmodern Geography, London: Blackwell, 226-237.

Haider, J. and Sundin, O. (2010) Beyond the legacy of the enlightenment? Online encyclopaedias as digital heterotopias’ First Monday on-line journal 15: 1 Hamilakis, Y. (2002) The Other’ : Parthenon: Antiquity and National Memory at Makronisos’ Journal of Modern Greek Studies. 20:2 307-338

Hammond, B. S. (2005) The Dunciad and the city: Pope and Heterotopia’ Studies in the Literary Imagination, 38 (1) 219-232.

Handlykken, A. K. (2011) ‘Digital Cities in the making: exploring perceptions of space, agency of actors and heterotopia’ Ciberlegenda. 25

Harvey, D. (2000) Cosmopolitanism and the Banality of Geographical Evils’ Public Culture. 12:2 529-564

Harvey, D. (2000) Spaces of Hope, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Henthorne, T. (2010) String theory, French horns and the infrastructure of cyberspace’ Technology in Society. 32:3 204-208

Hetherington, K. (1997) The Badlands of Modernity: Heterotopia and Social Ordering, London: Routledge.

Hetherington, K. (2011) Foucault, the Museum and the Diagram’, The Sociological Review, 59:3 457-475.

Heynen, H. (2008) Afterthoughts: Heterotopia unfolded?’ M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 311-323.

Hjorth, D. (2005) Organizational Entrepreneurship’, Journal of Management Inquiry, 14: 4: 386-398.

Hook, D. and Vrdoljak, M. (2002) Gated Communities, heterotopia and a rights of privilege: a heterotopology of the South African security-park’ Geoforum (33): 195-219.

Horta, P. (2012) Heterotopia as a Site of Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Ibrāhīm Al-Dusūqī and Edward Lane’ Middle Eastern Literatures. 15 (3) 273-285.

Howell, F. C. (2013) Sense of Place, Heterotopia, and Community: Performing Land and Folding Time in the Badalisc Festival of Northern Italy’ Folklore 124 (1) 45-63.

Hutton, A. (2010) How adolescent patients use ward space’ Journal of Advanced Nursing. 66: 8

Hye Jean Chung (2012) Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds’ Cinema Journal. 51 (4) 87-109.

Inniss, L. B. (2012) “Other spaces” in Legal Pedagogy’, Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice 28: 67-89

Ioannidou, E (2011) Toward a National Heterotopia: Ancient Theaters and the Cultural Politics of Performing Ancient Drama in Modern Greece’ Comparative Drama.  44/45 (4/1) 385-403

Ivakhiy, A. (2011) Cinema of the Not-Yet: The Utopia Promise of Film as Heterotopia’ Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 5 (2).

Jacobs, K. (2004) Pornography in Small Places and Other Spaces’, Cultural Studies (18): 67-83.

Johnson, P. (2006) Unravelling Foucault’s Different Spaces’, History of the Human Sciences, 19 (4): 75-90.

Johnson, P. (2008) Foucault’s Spatial Combat’ Society and Space, Environment and Planning D, 28 (4): 611-626.

Johnson, P. (2008) The Modern Cemetery: a design for life’, Social and Cultural Geography, 9 (7) 777-790.

Joyce, P (2003) The Rule of Freedom, London: Verso.

Juffer, Jane. (2006) Why We Like to Lose: On Being a Cubs Fan in the Heterotopia of 
Wrigley Field’ South Atlantic Quarterly. 105:2 289-301

Kahn, M. (1995) Heterotopic Dissonance in the Museum Representation of Pacific Island Cultures’, American Anthropologist, 97 (2): 324-338.

Kalogeras, Y. (1998) The Other Spaces of Greek America’, American Literary History, 10 (4) 702-724.

Kannen, V. (2013) These are not regular places: women and gender studies classrooms as heterotopias’, Gender, Place and Culture.

Karaosmanoglu, D. (2010) Nostalgia Spaces of Consumption and Heterotopia: Ramadan Festivities in Istanbul’ Culture Unbound, 2 283-302.

Kefala, E. (2005) Kalokyris and Borges: A Study of their Syncretist Aesthetics’ Journal of Modern Greek Studies. 23:1 65-96

Kenney, L. (2011) First City, Anti City: Cain, Heterotopia and Study Abroad’. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 20 1-16

Kern, K. (2008) Heterotopia of the theme park street’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 104-116.

Kive, S. M. (2012) The other space of the Persian Garden’, Polymath: An interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Journal 2: 3.

Knaggs, A. (2011) Em)placing Prison Break: Heterotopic Televisual space and Place’, Refractory ejournal, 18.

Kohn, M. (2001) The House of the People as Counterpublic’, Polity 33 (4) 503-526.

Kornberger, M and Clegg, S. (2003) The Architecture of Complexity’ Culture & Organization. 9:2 75+

Kotsakis, A. (2012) Heterotopias of the environment’ in Law and Ecology: New Environmental Foundations. ed. A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos. London: Routledge. 193-213.

Kuhn, A (2004) Heterotopia, heterochronia: place and time in cinema memory. Screen, 45 (2) 106-114.

Laterza, C. F. (1999) Lewis Carroll’s Wonderlands: utopia and heterotopia in. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ I Belo Horizonte. 3, 4-49.

Lax, F. (1998) Heterotopia from a Biological and Medical Point of View’ in R. Ritter and B. Knaller-Vlay (eds.), Other Spaces. The Affair of the Heterotopia, Dokumente zur Architektur 10, Graz, Austria: Haus der Architektur, 114-123.

Lemesianou, C. (2003) Globalization and the Production of Other Spaces’ International Communication Association. Conference Papers. Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. 1-17

Levitas, R. (2003) Utopia Here and Now’ in S. Meyer (ed.) Midlertidige Utopier [Temporary Utopia] Oslo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 142-148.

Liff, S. (2003) Shaping e-Access in the Cybercafé: Networks, Boundaries and Heterotopian Innovation’, New Media and Society, 5: (3): 313-334. Lord, B. (2006) Foucault’s museum: difference, representation, and genealogy’ Museum and Society. Loretta, L (1997) Ageographia, heterotopia, and Vancouver’s new public library’, Environment and Planning D, 17 (1): 69-86.

Lou, J. (2007) Revitalising Chinatown into a Heterotopia’, Space and Culture, 10 (2): 107-194.

Lvakhiv, A. (2011) Cinema of the Not-Yet: The Utopian Promise of Film as Heterotopia’. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture 5 (2) 186-209.

Manning, D. (2008) (Re)visioning Heterotopia: The Function of Mirrors and Reflection in Seventeenth-Century Painting’. Queen’s Journal of Visual & Material Culture. Issue One.

Mao, Wei-qiang. (2009) Heterotopia as an alternative to Utopia — the narrative space in The Glass Mountain’ US-China Foreign Language. 7: 10 61-64

Martin, D. A. (1999) Building Heterotopia: Realism, Sovereignty, and Development in the Ecuadoran Amazon’. Alternatives: Social Transformation & Humane Governance. 24:1 59+

McGrath, L. and Reavey, P. (2013) Heterotopias of control: Placing the material in experiences of mental health service use and community living’ Health and Place 22 123-31.

McLeod, M. (1996) Other Spaces and ”Others”’ in The Sex of Architecture. Eds. D. Agrest, P. Conway and L. Kanes Weisman. New York: Harry Abrams. 15-28.

McNamee, S. (2000) Foucault’s Heterotopia and Children’s Everyday Lives’ Childhood. 7: 479-492.

MacRae, C. (2011) Making Payton’s Rocket: Heterotopia and Lines of Flight’. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 30: 102–112.

Meerzon, Y. (2007) The Ideal City: Heterotopia or Panopticon? On Joseph Brodsky’s Play Marbles and Its Fictional Spaces’, Modern Drama, 50 (2): 184-209.

Mendel, M. (2011) Heterotopias of Homelessness: Citizenship on the Margins’ Studies in Philosophy & Education. 30 (2) 155-168.

Meyer, S. (2003) Midlertidige Utopier [Temporary Utopia] Oslo: Museum of Contemporary Art.

Mieves, C. (2010) Traces and erosion: A Case Study of the Beach in Contemporary Art Making’ Journal of Visual Art Practice.  9 (3) 273-290.

Mitchell, P. (2010) Never-Never Land: Affective Landscapes, the Tourist Gaze and Heterotopic space in Australia”’ Studies in Australasian Cinema 4 (2) 173–87.

Moffatt, Laurel. (2004) The Woods as Heterotopia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Studia Neophilologica. 76:2 182-187

Morales, A. (1995) Dynamic identities in heterotopia’ Bilingual Review. 20:3 14+

Morosetti, T. (2013) Black on black: (In) visibility in African Literary Heterotopias’.  Research in African Literatures. 44:2 48-61.

Murphy, K. (2009) Secure from All Intrusion: Heterotopia, Queer Space, and the Turn-of the Twentieth-Century American Resort’. Winterthur Portfolio 43 (2-3) 185-228.

Muzzio, D. and Muzzio-Rentas, J. (2008) A kind of instinct: the cinematic mall as heterotopia’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 137-149.

Nakaue, M. (2010) Of Other Places: The Garden as a Heterotopic Site in Contemporary Art’ The Brock Review. 10:1.

Nichols, R. (2010) Postcolonial Studies and the Discourse of Foucault: Survey of a Field of Problematization’.Foucault Studies. 9 111-144.

Nigam, A. (2010) The Heterotopias of Dalit Politics: Becoming-Subject and the Consumption Utopia’ in Utopia/Dystopia: Conditions of Historical Possibility. Eds. M. D. Gordin, H. Tilley, and G. Prakash. Princeton: Princeton, University Press 250-276.

Noorani, Y. (2004) Heterotopia and the Wine Poem in Early Islamic Culture’ International Journal of Middle East Studies 36:3 345-366

North, P. (1999) Explorations in Heterotopia: Local Exchange Trading Schemes’, Environment and Planning D, 17 (1): 69-86.

Oram, A. (2012) Sexuality in Heterotopia: time, space and love between women in the historic house’ Women’s History Review. 21 (4) 533-551.

Otto, M. (2005) The other Side of the Mirror: Utopian and Heterotopia space in Kamau Brathwaite’s Dream Stories” Utopian Studies 16 (1) 27-44.

Ouyang, W. C. (2012) Utopias, Dystopias and Heterotopias: The Spatiality of Human Experience and Literary Expression’ Middle Eastern Literatures. 15 (3) 227-231.

Persson, A. and Richards, W. (2008) From closet to heterotopia: a conceptual exploration of disclosure and passing among heterosexuals living with HIV, Culture, Health & Sexuality,10 (1): 73-86.

Philo, C. (2011) Foucault, sexuality and when not to listen to children’ Children’s Geographies, 9 (2): 123-127.

Philo, C. (2013) A great space of murmurings’ Madness, romance and geography, Progress in Human Geography  37 (2) 167-194.

Pike, J. (2008) Foucault, space and primary school dining spaces’ Children’s Geographies. 6: 4 413-42

Piper, A. (2012) Vanishing Points: The Heterotopia of the Romantic Book’ European Romantic Review 23 (3) 381-39

Porphyrios, D. (1982) Sources of Modern Eclecticism, London: Academy Editions.

Pugliese, J. (2009) Crisis heterotopias and border zones of the dead’ Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 23 (5) 663-679.

Puric, B. (2014) Matka, a heterotopia of deviation’. Short Film Studies 4 (1) 43-46

Rangarajan, S. (2003) Heterotopias and Collections in Butor’s L’Emploidu Temps’ Symposium. 57:1 27+

Reid-Pharr, R. (1994) Disseminating Heterotopia’ African American Review 28 (3) 347-357.

Relph, E. (1992) Place, Postmodern Landscapes, & Heterotopia.” Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 3:1. 14.

Riley, S.and Shanker, A. (2010) Postfeminist Heterotopias’. European Journal of Women’s Studies. 17 (3) 211-229.

Ripley, C. (2006) Safe as Houses: The Mettray colony as Seen by Jean Genet’, Space and Culture, 9 (4): 400-417.

Ritter, R. and Knaller-Vlay, B., (eds.) (1998) Other Spaces: The Affair of the Heterotopia, Dokumente zur Architektur 10, Graz, Austria: Haus der Architektur.

Roeder, T. (2012) ”That From a Long Way Off Look Like Flies”: Lists, Writing Handbooks, and Heterotopias’ Writing on the Edge. 22 (2) 69-76.

Rossetto, M. (2006) Heterotopia and Its Role in the Lived Experiences of Resettlement’ International Education Journal 7: 4 446-454

Rotenberg, R. (1995) Landscape and Power in Vienna, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Rushbrook, D. (2002). Cities, queer space and the cosmopolitan tourist’ GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. 8 (1-2), 183-206.

Saari, A. (2012) The Map is the Territory: educational evaluation and the topology of power’ European Educational Research Journal 11(4) 586-600.

Saindon, B. A. (2012) A Doubled Heterotopia: Shifting Spatial and Visual Symbolism in the Jewish Museum Berlin’s Development’ Quarterly Journal of Speech. 98 (1) 24-48

Saldanha, A. (2008) Heterotopia and structuralism’, Environment and Planning A, 40: 2080-2096.

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Congratulations To My Brother & His Wife

My brother, Michael, married his long-term partner, Hannah, at the weekend. The event was held at our parents farm – Newby Hall. The service kicked off at 1230 at Christ the Consoler with me on ushering duties. I was handing out Orders Of Service to the multitudes along with Dr. Hannah’s Brothers. The weather was Yorkshire-ish through out.

The glowing bride made her entrance twenty minutes late but looked absolutely gorgeous in a back-less dress accompanied by her Father.

Michael Hooper, my brothers old uni mate was the best man and the ring bearer. The service was impeccably led by the local minister. The only (minor) hiccup was that on the last hymn the keyboardist played the wrong tune – soon to be remedied by by my brother and we had a rousing ending.

We (the congregation) were then transported to the Hall in two trailer loads – pulled by a JCB Fastrack by a lad called Brian. Welcomed by the Bride & Groom we made our way to the Statue Gallery for a champagne reception and ogling alabaster nudes. Thankfully there was a side exit for breaths of fresh air and quiet time – I caught up with the lads from the stag do out side and found out what really happened to Dangerous Dave Pickles on that night.

The photographer was very professional – he took us for a Grooms party shoot before the service and then set about  photographing all of the various relative groups / friends. His kit was mind boggling and probably cost more than the contents of my flat. He managed to deal with drunken people in a very good way and I would highly recommend him if I could remember his name – Michael, I think – I will put his details in the comments section.

We all made our way down to the Marquee situated on the front lawn of the hall. I was on the Cousin’s table – It was decided to call it such as due to the fact Tillie has had two children of her own we are no longer calling it the Children’s Table.

Starter was Goats Cheese Tart followed by Lamb Shank (my cousin Doug ate three lamb shanks!) and then Creme Brûlée with Tart Citron. Washed down with lashings of Real Ale.

The Ceilidh kicked in and thoroughly defeated Kathryn but Hannah seemed to have a ball. Then the band (Triple Scotch – excellent caller) started DJing party classics (plenty of Beyonce).

We made it back to the farm around 1am and hit the hay. Eddie Brown took the rest of the guests back to Harrogate and my sister had been drinking for 16 hours and needed a lie down – poor thing was awfully sleepy, haha.

All in all it was probably one of the best weddings I will ever go to. I managed to stay relatively sane throughout and it was a pleasure to see my brother marry such a wonderful woman – Congratulations!

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