In A Space in a Different Place

Different. Place. by Michael Empowered Jordan (Notes) on Tuesday, April 9,
2013 at 3:20pm I know all of us can be in a space in a different place. I am not the
same young man I once was because I am in a space in a different place. I do not

In A Space in a Different Place

Author: Michael Jordan

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496908155

Page: 88

View: 543

This book is about life's experiences, tragedies, upsets, disappointments, and the restructuring of one's thought process to build character from inside out with extreme power. However, it connects with all that life has served us on a silver platter the good, bad, and the ugly thrusting us into a space in a different place where the spirit operates off what we did not know we had on the inside of us. The spirit of survival and words of encouragement driving us to higher heights setting us up for the blessing knowing that through it all God had his hands on us and we survived it all and we are still here.

The Place of Space and Other Themes

from me (and each other). But this seems to require that they are different from
me (each other) in a non-qualitative way: if so, we are are not freed from the need
for space, and the viability of the Berkeleian world is suspect on the ground that it

The Place of Space and Other Themes

Author: Jan J.T. Srzednicki

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400968698

Page: 179

View: 742

The book is divided into chapters, but several themes run across them. This is, in fact, the reason for writing a book rather than a number of independent articles; for it appears that several moments of Kant's work are characterized by similar problems, and consequently we might be unable to see the impact of these on a more 1 i mi ted canvas. But further, and perhaps no less importantly, the shared problems are likely to be indicative of the nature of the whole area under discussion. Given this, to concentrate our attention on them should provide clarification not accessible in any other way. It is one of the objects of the present book to obtai n thi s clarification, and to apply it to the area itself, rather than merely to utilize the results in Kantian exegesis and elucidation. Thus the aim is not predominantly historical. Of the various themes, the theme of Space and Time turns out to be of prime importance to the whole picture presented, and within it, the theme of space. This is not perhaps surprising, for Kant's central task is to provide for objectivity; i. e. , to explain how a "subjective" stream of perceptions can amount to a perception of the world in which there are both subjective and objective moments.

Key Thinkers on Space and Place

We were delighted when Sage asked us to update and extend the original
edition of Key Thinkers on Space and Place. ... rather, we set out to use a
biographical approach to show that different ways of thinking about space and
place always ...

Key Thinkers on Space and Place

Author: Phil Hubbard

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446259726

Page: 528

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In this latest edition of Key Thinkers on Space and Place, editors Phil Hubbard and Rob Kitchin provide us with a fully revised and updated text that highlights the work of over 65 key thinkers on space and place. Unique in its concept, the book is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of some of the key thinkers particularly influential in the current 'spatial turn' in the social sciences. Providing a synoptic overview of different ideas about the role of space and place in contemporary social, cultural, political and economic life, each portrait comprises: Biographical information and theoretical context. An explication of their contribution to spatial thinking. An overview of key advances and controversie. Guidance on further reading. With 14 additional chapters including entries on Saskia Sassen, Tim Ingold, Cindi Katz and John Urry, the book covers ideas ranging from humanism, Marxism, feminism and post-structuralism to queer-theory, post-colonialism, globalization and deconstruction, presenting a thorough look at diverse ways in which space and place has been theorized. An essential text for geographers, this now classic reference text is for all those interested in theories of space and place, whether in geography, sociology, cultural studies, urban studies, planning, anthropology, or women's studies.

In a Different Place

Different. Place. In June 1993, I returned to Tinos for a short visit. Although I was
in Greece for research purposes,1 my trip to the island was not connected to this
research. I had simply come to visit friends and to enjoy the island for a few days.

In a Different Place

Author: Jill Dubisch

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691029672

Page: 311

View: 945

In a Different Place offers a richly textured account of a modern pilgrimage, combining ethnographic detail, theory, and personal reflection. Visited by thousands of pilgrims yearly, the Church of the Madonna of the Annunciation on the Aegean island of Tinos is a site where different interests--sacred and secular, local and national, personal and official--all come together. Exploring the shrine and its surrounding town, Jill Dubisch shares her insights into the intersection of social, religious, and political life in Greece. Along the way she develops the idea of pilgrimage-journeying away from home in search of the miraculous--as a metaphor for anthropological fieldwork. This highly readable work offers us the opportunity to share one anthropologist's personal and professional journey and to see in a "different place" the inadequacy of such conventional anthropological categories as theory versus data, rationality versus emotion, and the observer versus the observed. Dubisch examines in detail the process of pilgrimage itself, its relationship to Orthodox belief and practice, the motivations and behavior of pilgrims, the relationship between religion and Greek national identity, and the gendered nature of religious roles. Seeking to evoke rather than simply describe, her book presents readers with a sense of the emotion, color, and power of pilgrimage at this Greek island shrine.

Space and Place in The Hunger Games

New Readings of the Novels Deidre Anne Evans Garriott,, Whitney Elaine Jones,
Julie Elizabeth Tyler ... However, as these public memory scholars note, place
and space are different concepts. Though often used as synonyms, they assert, ...

Space and Place in The Hunger Games

Author: Deidre Anne Evans Garriott,

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476614512

Page: 264

View: 198

An international bestseller and the inspiration for a blockbuster film series, Suzanne Collins’s dystopian, young adult trilogy The Hunger Games has also attracted attention from literary scholars. While much of the criticism has focused on traditional literary readings, this innovative collection explores the phenomena of place and space in the novels—how places define people, how they wield power to create social hierarchies, and how they can be conceptualized, carved out, imagined and used. The essays consider wide-ranging topics: the problem of the trilogy’s Epilogue; the purpose of the love triangle between Katniss, Gale and Peeta; Katniss’s role as “mother”; and the trilogy as a textual “safe space” to explore dangerous topics. Presenting the trilogy as a place and space for multiple discourses—political, social and literary—this work assertively places The Hunger Games in conversation with the world in which it was written, read, and adapted.

Space Place and Gender

General Introduction The terms space and place have long histories and bear
with them a multiplicity of meanings and connotations which reverberate with
other debates and many aspects of life. 'Space may call to mind the realm of the
dead ...

Space  Place and Gender

Author: Doreen Massey

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0745677746

Page: 288

View: 672

This new book brings together Doreen Massey's key writings on threeareas central to a range of disciplines. In addition, the authorreflects on the development of these ideas and outlines her currentposition on these important issues. The book is organized around the three themes of space, placeand gender. It traces the development of ideas about the socialnature of space and place and the relation of both to issues ofgender and debates within feminism. It is debates in these areaswhich have been crucial in bringing geography to the centre ofsocial sciences thinking in recent years, and this book includeswritings that have been fundamental to that process. Beginning withthe economy and social structures of production, it develops awider notion of spatiality as the product of intersecting socialrelations. In turn this has lead to conceptions of 'place' asessentially open and hybrid, always provisional and contested.These themes intersect with much current thinking about identitywithin both feminism and cultural studies. Each of the themes is preceded by a section which reflects onthe development of ideas and sets out the context of theirproduction. The introduction assesses the current state of play andargues for the close relationship of new thinking on each of thesethemes. This book will be of interest to students in geography,social theory, women's studies and cultural studies.

Place Space and the New Labour Internationalisms

In the second case, a 1998 dispute between the United Auto Workers and
General Motors, strikes by workers at just two plants in Flint, Michigan over the
corporation's plans to introduce new work rules resulted in the virtual shutdown of
GM for ...

Place  Space and the New Labour Internationalisms

Author: Peter Waterman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0631229833

Page: 300

View: 887

It includes chapters from leading labour activists including Kjeld Jacobsen, International Secretary of the largest Brazilian trade union federation (the CUT) and Dan Gallin, Chair of the Global Labour Institute, Geneva. It focuses on the interconnections between labour internationalism and the environment, women and race in North and South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and South Africa. This text aims to provides a contemporary review of the academic literature on labour internationalism while exploring contemporary examples of workers' organization.

Animal Spaces Beastly Places

This book explores the variations on the human-animal spatial orderings. It develops new ways of thinking about human animal interactions and encourges us to find new ways for humans and animals to live together.

Animal Spaces  Beastly Places

Author: Chris Philo

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415198462

Page: 311

View: 789

This book explores the variations on the human-animal spatial orderings. It develops new ways of thinking about human animal interactions and encourges us to find new ways for humans and animals to live together.

Space and Place in Children s Literature 1789 to the Present

illuminates multiple postcolonial perspectives on space and place, drawing
attention to the ways in which national and cultural markers may be central to not
only the individual youth's sense of self but to the very idea of childhood.24 these

Space and Place in Children   s Literature  1789 to the Present

Author: Maria Sachiko Cecire

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 147242056X

Page: 266

View: 369

Focusing on questions of space and locale in children’s literature, this collection explores how metaphorical and physical space can create landscapes of power, knowledge, and identity in texts from the early nineteenth century to the present. The collection is comprised of four sections that take up the space between children and adults, the representation of 'real world' places, fantasy travel and locales, and the physical space of the children’s book-as-object. In their essays, the contributors analyze works from a range of sources and traditions by authors such as Sylvia Plath, Maria Edgeworth, Gloria Anzaldúa, Jenny Robson, C.S. Lewis, Elizabeth Knox, and Claude Ponti. While maintaining a focus on how location and spatiality aid in defining the child’s relationship to the world, the essays also address themes of borders, displacement, diaspora, exile, fantasy, gender, history, home-leaving and homecoming, hybridity, mapping, and metatextuality. With an epilogue by Philip Pullman in which he discusses his own relationship to image and locale, this collection is also a valuable resource for understanding the work of this celebrated author of children’s literature.

Space and Place in Jewish Studies

They call their God Makom, “Place.” And now that they have returned to their
place, the Lord has taken up Wandering to different places, and His name will no
longer be Place, But Places, Lord of Places. —Yehuda Amichai, “Jewish Travel,”
in ...

Space and Place in Jewish Studies

Author: Barbara E. Mann

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813552125

Page: 212

View: 130

Scholars in the humanities have become increasingly interested in questions of how space is produced and perceived—and they have found that this consideration of human geography greatly enriches our understanding of cultural history. This “spatial turn” equally has the potential to revolutionize Jewish Studies, complicating familiar notions of Jews as “people of the Book,” displaced persons with only a common religious tradition and history to unite them. Space and Place in Jewish Studies embraces these exciting critical developments by investigating what “space” has meant within Jewish culture and tradition—and how notions of “Jewish space,” diaspora, and home continue to resonate within contemporary discourse, bringing space to the foreground as a practical and analytical category. Barbara Mann takes us on a journey from medieval Levantine trade routes to the Eastern European shtetl to the streets of contemporary New York, introducing readers to the variety of ways in which Jews have historically formed communities and created a sense of place for themselves. Combining cutting-edge theory with rabbinics, anthropology, and literary analysis, Mann offers a fresh take on the Jewish experience.

Conceptions of Space and Place in Strategic Spatial Planning

Policy interventions byany levelof government will therefore havedifferent
implicationsfor different parts of the economy and, because economic life is
spatial,for different places (Boyns 2005). That government should interveneto
facilitate ...

Conceptions of Space and Place in Strategic Spatial Planning

Author: Simin Davoudi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134084803

Page: 304

View: 201

Bringing together authors from academia and practice, this book examines spatial planning at different places throughout the British Isles. Six illustrative case studies of practice examine which conceptions of space and place have been articulated, presented and visualized through the production of spatial strategies. Ranging from a large conurbation (London) to regional (Yorkshire and Humber) and national levels, the case studies give a rounded and grounded view of the physical results and the theory behind them. While there is widespread support for re-orienting planning towards space and place, there has been little common understanding about what constitutes ‘spatial planning’, and what conceptions of space and place underpin it. This book addresses these questions and stimulates debate and critical thinking about space and place among academic and professional planners.

Seductions of Place

... are engulfed by it. The individual moves, speaks and practises space through
and in relation to the body and ... We may be in this way open to each other, and
so things we are doing, places we wander across, feel different. “To see the other

Seductions of Place

Author: Alan A Lew

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134651872

Page: 344

View: 121

The seductiveness of touristed landscapes is simultaneously local and global, as travelled places are formed and reworked by the activities of diverse, mobile people, in their desires to experience situated, sensuous qualities of difference. Cartier and Lew’s interesting and informative book explores contemporary issues in travel and tourism and human geography, and the complex cultural, political, and economic activities at stake in touristed landscapes as a result of globalization. This book assesses travel and tourism as simultaneously cultural and economic processes, through ideas about place seduction and the formation of landscapes. Throughout, examples are given from urban and environmental touristed landscapes, from major world cities to tropical islands, and chapter contributions include: an analysis of the representational character of landscape and the built environment historic constructions of place seduction the importance of class, racial, and gender dimensions of place how mobility and the seduction of place orient identity formation the environmental impacts of tourism economies. Broad in scope, this book is ideal for social scientists and humanists who are interested in contemporary debates about place studies, mobility, and the located realities of globalization.

Space the City and Social Theory

D. Harvey, The Condition ofPostmodernity Politics, like other social relations,
unfolds in space. ... Moreover, they point to the fact that different spaces are not
merely locations in which politics takes place, but frequently constitute objects of

Space  the City and Social Theory

Author: Fran Tonkiss

Publisher: Polity

ISBN: 0745628257

Page: 170

View: 371

Space, the City and Social Theory offers a clear and critical account of key approaches to cities and urban space within social theory and analysis. It explores the relation of the social and the spatial in the context of critical urban themes: community and anonymity; social difference and spatial divisions; politics and public space; gentrification and urban renewal; gender and sexuality; subjectivity and space; experience and everyday practice in the city. The text adopts an international and interdisciplinary approach, drawing on a range of debates on cities and urban life. It brings together classic perspectives in urban sociology and social theory with the analysis of contemporary urban problems and issues. Rather than viewing the urban simply as a backdrop for more general social processes, the discussion looks at how social and spatial relations shape different versions of the city: as a place of social interaction and of solitude; as a site of difference and segregation; as a space of politics and power; as a landscape of economic and cultural distinction; as a realm of everyday experience and freedom. Similarly, it examines how core social categories - such as class, culture, gender, sexuality and community - are shaped and reproduced in urban contexts. Linking debates in urban studies to wider concerns within social theory and analysis, this accessible text will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students in urban sociology, social and cultural geography, urban and cultural studies.

Space and Incongruence

Here is what he says: The concept of space is not abstracted from external
sensations. For I may not conceive of something as placed outside me unless by
representing it as in a place which is different from the place in which I myself am,
nor ...

Space and Incongruence

Author: J.V. Buroker

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401576602

Page: 145

View: 844

Kantian transcendental idealism is the thesis that fundamental aspects of experience are contributed by the perceiving subject rather than by the things experienced, and are not features of things as they exist independently of sensible perceivers. This is undoubtedly the most striking and at the same time the most puzzling of Kant's Critical views. It is striking because nothing could be less commonsensical than the beliefthat things as we perceive them have nothing in common with things as they are independently ofbeing per ceived. From a more technical point of viewthe doctrine is puzzling because Kant apparently does not support it very well. Beginning with Kant's con temporaries, critics have pointed out that among all the arguments for the theory in the CritiqueofPureReason, none entails the conclusion that things in themselves cannot be like objects of sense experience in any way. So, for example, although transcendental idealism is compatible with Kant's theory of synthetic a priori knowledge, there is nothing in the analysis of the syn thetic a priori ruling out the possibility that features contributed to experi ence by the perceiving subject correspond to characteristics of things in them selves, although we might never know this to be so. And even though Kant sees transcendental idealism as a solution to the Antinomies, this is at best indirect support for the view;there are undoubtedly other ways to get around these traditional metaphysical puzzles.

Spaces of Interaction Places for Experience

I began thinking that using interactive systems is like being in a different space
sometime in the 1990s. I was on a plane going to a conference on digital libraries
in Crete when it came to me that finding things in a large digital library was rather

Spaces of Interaction  Places for Experience

Author: David Benyon

Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers

ISBN: 1608457729

Page: 129

View: 336

Spaces of Interaction, Places for Experience is a book about Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), interaction design (ID) and user experience (UX) in the age of ubiquitous computing. The book explores interaction and experience through the different spaces that contribute to interaction until it arrives at an understanding of the rich and complex places for experience that will be the focus of the next period for interaction design. The book begins by looking at the multilayered nature of interaction and UX—not just with new technologies, but with technologies that are embedded in the world. People inhabit a medium, or rather many media, which allow them to extend themselves, physically, mentally, and emotionally in many directions. The medium that people inhabit includes physical and semiotic material that combine to create user experiences. People feel more or less present in these media and more or less engaged with the content of the media. From this understanding of people in media, the book explores some philosophical and practical issues about designing interactions. The book journeys through the design of physical space, digital space, information space, conceptual space and social space. It explores concepts of space and place, digital ecologies, information architecture, conceptual blending and technology spaces at work and in the home. It discusses navigation of spaces and how people explore and find their way through environments. Finally the book arrives at the concept of a blended space where the physical and digital are tightly interwoven and people experience the blended space as a whole. The design of blended spaces needs to be driven by an understanding of the correspondences between the physical and the digital, by an understanding of conceptual blending and by the desire to design at a human scale. There is no doubt that HCI and ID are changing. The design of “microinteractions” remains important, but there is a bigger picture to consider. UX is spread across devices, over time and across physical spaces. The commingling of the physical and the digital in blended spaces leads to new social spaces and new conceptual spaces. UX concerns the navigation of these spaces as much as it concerns the design of buttons and screens for apps. By taking a spatial perspective on interaction, the book provides new insights into the evolving nature of interaction design.

Public Places Urban Spaces

(v) Discovery Representing the desire for new experiences, 'discovery' depends
on both variety and change. ... These places often have the character of “liminal
spaces”: they are border crossings, places where the different worlds of the ...

Public Places   Urban Spaces

Author: Tim Heath

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136444904

Page: 392

View: 871

Public Places Urban Spaces, 2e, is a thorough introduction to the principles of urban design theory and practice. Authored by experts in the fields of urban design and planning, it is designed specifically for the 2,500 postgraduate students on Urban Design courses in the UK, and 1,500 students on undergraduate courses in the same subject. The 2e of this tried and trusted textbook has been updated with relevant case studies to show students how principles have been put into practice. The book is now in full color and in a larger format, so students and lecturers get a much stronger visual package and easy-to-use layout, enabling them to more easily practically apply principles of urban design to their projects. Sustainability is the driving factor in urban regeneration and new urban development, and the new edition is focused on best sustainable design and practice. Public Places Urban Spaces is a must-have purchase for those on urban design courses and for professionals who want to update and refresh their knowledge.

Resistance Space and Political Identities

The aim of this is to foreground the dynamism of subaltern spaces of politics
rather than to make them the settled, bounded 'other' of neo-liberal globalization.
This involves the following key theoretical interventions. Firstly, I situate place-
based ...

Resistance  Space and Political Identities

Author: David Featherstone

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 144439939X

Page: 240

View: 852

Utilizing research on networked struggles in both the 18th-century Atlantic world and our modern day, Resistance, Space and Political Identities: The Making of Counter-Global Networks challenges existing understandings of the relations between space, politics, and resistance to develop an innovative account of networked forms of resistance and political activity. Explores counter-global struggles in both the past and present—including both the 18th-century Atlantic world and contemporary forms of resistance Examines the productive geographies of contestation Foregrounds the solidarities and geographies of connection between different place-based struggles and argues that such solidarities are essential to produce more plural forms of globalization

Spaces of Geographical Thought

In much academic usage, however, in human geography and in other fields,
space and place are either not distinguished at all, but viewed as synonymous, or
one is seen as trumping the other. In this latter view, different intellectual
traditions ...

Spaces of Geographical Thought

Author: Paul Cloke

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761947325

Page: 224

View: 867

Spaces of Geographical Thought examines key ideas – like space and place - which inform the geographic imagination. The text explains the significance of these binaries in the constitution of geographic thought and shows how many of these binaries have been interrogated and reimagined in more recent geographical thinking. A consideration of these binaries will define the concepts and situate students in the most current geographical arguments and debates. The text will be required reading for all modules on the philosophy of geography and on geographical theory.

Space and Place in the Mexican Landscape

Baroque enclosure as an architectural element was diminished still further, and
the strong element of religiosity that had characterized the city in earlier times
continued to wane. Instead of the ancient precincts occupied by clergy, new ...

Space and Place in the Mexican Landscape

Author: Fernando Núñez

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press

ISBN: 9781585445837

Page: 200

View: 410

Metaphysical conceptions have always influenced how human societies create the built environment. Mexico—with its rich culture, full of symbol and myth, its beautiful cities, and its evocative ruins—is an excellent place to study the interplay of influences on space and place. In this volume, the authors consider the ideas and views that give the constructed spaces and buildings of Mexico—especially, of Querétaro—their particular ambience. They explore the ways the built world helps people find meaning and establish order for their earthly existence by mirroring their metaphysical assumptions, and they guide readers through time to see how the transformation of worldviews affects the urban evolution of a Mexican city. The authors, then, construct a “metaphysical archeology” of space and place in the built landscape of Mexico. In the process, they identify the intangible, spiritual aspects of this land. Not only scholars of architecture, but also archeologists and anthropologists—particularly those interested in Mexican backgrounds and culture—will appreciate the authors’ approach and conclusions.