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Geography and Memory References (地理學與記憶:參考書目)(by肉圓邑)


Dr Owain Jones整理的書目,也歡迎對地理學與記憶研究熟悉的先進們持續補充.


– not all the refs are complete (some just suggested names).

– I have put in just about everything suggested and can’t vouch for them all specifically.

– These refs need checking before using.


Sorry it is not more tidy and complete – but hope of some use. There will be lots of other possible refs as this is such a far reaching topic.


Reference list


Abse, D (2007) The Presence, London, Vintage Books,

Bachelard, G,  (    ) The Poetics of Space

Bachelard, G,  (1969) The Poetics of Reverie, Grossman Press

Bal, M (1998) Acts of Memory in Bal, M Crewe, J and Spitzer, L Acts of Memory: Cultural Recall in the Present,  Dartmouth Press

Benjamin, W. (2006) Berlin Childhood around 1900 , London,  Belknap Press.

Blackmore, S. (2005) Conversations on Consciousness, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Bloch, E (1996) Internal and External Memory: different ways of Being in History in Antze and Lambeck (eds) Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory, London: Routledge  

Cambell, J. and Harbord, J. (    ) (eds) Temporalities, Autobiographies and Everyday Life, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Casey, E (2000) Remembering: A Phenomenological Study (2nd edition), pp. 1-18, 144-261.

Conway, M (2001) Phenomenological Records and the Self-Memory System in Hoerl, C and McCormack, T (eds) Time and Memory: issues in philosophy and psychology.  Oxford, University of Oxford Press.

Cravey Altha (    ) Desire, Work and Transnational Identity.

Daniels, N. and Nash, C. 2004 Lifepaths: geography and biography, Journal of Historical Geography, 30(3), 449-458

Dasmasio, A. (1999) The Feeling of What Happens: Body Emotion and the Making of Consciousness, London: William Heinemann.

De Certeau, M. (1984) The Practice of Everyday Life, Berkley, University of Califorina Press

Dennet, D (1992) Consciousness Explained Boston: Back Bay Books

Dillon, B. 2005 In The Dark Room. A Journey in Memory, London, Penguin Books

Dodge M, Kitchin  R, 2007, “‘Outlines of a world coming into existence’: pervasive computing and the ethics of forgetting" Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 34(3) 431 – 445

Evans, W and Mains, D (1995) ‘Narrative Structures and the analysis of Incest’  Symbolic Interactionism vol. 18.  pp.303-322

Ezzy, D. (1998), ‘Theorizing Narrative Identity: Symbolic Interactionism and hermeneutics’, Sociological Quarterly, vol.39 (2), pp. 239-253.

Freud S (Various stuff on Memory)

Gagen, Elizabeth A. Lorimer, Hayden and Vasudevan Alex (2007)  reflections on methods and practice in historical geography, Historical Geography Research Series No. 40. London: Royal Geographical Society, 2007.

Game, A (1991) Undoing the Social, Milton Keynes, Open University Press.

Game, A.  (2001) ‘Belonging: experience in sacred time and space’, in J. May and N. Thrift (eds) Timespace: Geographies of Temporality, London: Routledge.

Gelder, L. V. Weaving a Way Home, A Personal Journey Exploring Place and Story, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press

Gillis, J (1994) ‘Memory and identity : the history of a relationship’, in J. Gillis (ed.),Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity New Jersey: Princeton 3–24.

Hague, Euan (1998) “Places of Memories, Memories of Place: Scotland and Scottishness in the 1990s” Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University.

Hague, Euan and Mercer, John (1998) “Geographical memory and urban identity in Scottish football: Raith Rovers and Kirkcaldy” Geography, Vol. 83 (2) 105-116.

Hampl, P. (1985) Memory and Imagination’ in The Dolphin Reader

Heddon, D. (2008) Autobiography and Performance, Houndsmill, Palgrave Macmillan.

Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2006) “Not just growing up, but going on: children’s geographies as becomings; materials, spacings, bodies, situations". Children’s Geographies. 4(3): 259-276.

Hoskins, J (1998) Biographical Objects: How things tell the stories of People’s Lives, London: Routledge

Jones O., 2003 ‘“Endlessly Revisited and Forever Gone”: on memory and emotional imaginations in doing children’s geographies. An ‘Addendum’ to ‘“To Go Back up the Side Hill”: Memories, Imaginations and Reveries of Childhood’ by Chris Philo, Children’s Geographies, 1, 1, pp 25-36.

Jones O.,2005 ‘An Emotional Ecology of Memory, Self and Landscape’, in J. Davidson, L. Bondi and M. Smith (eds.) Emotional Geographies,  Oxford,  Ashgate, pp 205-218.

Keighren, Innes M. “Breakfasting with William Morris Davis: everyday episodes in the history of geography". In Practising the archive: reflections on methods and practice in historical geography, Historical Geography Research Series No. 40, edited by Elizabeth A. Gagen, Hayden Lorimer, and Alex Vasudevan. 47-55. London: Royal Geographical Society, 2007.King Nicola, (2000) Memory Narrative and Identity, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press

Kuhn Annette  ‘Family Secrets’?

Landzelius, M (2003) ‘Commemorative dis(re)membering: erasing heritage, spatializing disinheritance?’  Environment and Planning D:Society and Space vol. 21 p.p.195 – 221

Lorimer, H. 2003. ‘Telling small stories: spaces of knowledge and the practice of geography’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28 (2), 197-217

Lorimer, H. 2006 ‘Herding memories of humans and animals’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24(4), 497-518

Lowenthal, D (1994) Identity, Heritage and History in (Ed) Gills, J The Commemorations: The Politics of National Identity.  Princeton: Princeton University Press pp 41-57.

Mantel, H. (1997) ‘Memories are made of this’ Review of The Faber Book of Contemporary Stories about Childhood, L. Moore (ed), Sunday Times/Books 12 Jan.

Martin, A (1997) The Practice of Identity and an Irish Sense of Place’ Gender, Place and Culture Vol. 4 No. 1 pp. 89-119.

McConkey, J. (ed) (1996) The Anatomy of Memory: an Anthology, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Morgan Ceri (      ) ‘cartographier la memoire/mapio’r cof’  (mapping the memory).

Moss, P. (2000) Placing Autobiography in Geography, Syracuse University Press

Nabakov, V (1989) [1966] Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited. London: Vintage

Nash, C (2002) “Genealogical identities” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 20(1) 27-52

Parkin, A. (1993) Memory: Phenomena, Experiment and Theory, Oxford, Blackwell.

Philo C. (2003)  ‘“To go back up the hill”: memories, imaginations and reveries of childhood’ by Chris Philo. Children’s Geographies, 1, 1, pp 25-36

Pile and Thrift (1995) Mapping the Subject: Geographies of Cultural Transformation London: Routledge

Price, P (2004) Dry Place: Landscapes of Belonging and Exclusion.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

Probyn, E. (1996) Outside Belongings, London: Routledge.

Prosser, J. (2005) Light in the Dark Room. Photography and Loss, Minneapolis, University of  Minnesota Press

Proust, M. (1996) Swann’s Way. Volume One of In Search of Lost Time, London: Vintage.

Ricoeur P (2004) Memory, History, Forgetting, Chicago, University of Chicago Press

Radstone, S and Hodgkin, K (2003) Part 2- Propping the subject in eds pp 55-76 Hodgkin, K and Radstone, R. (2003) (eds) Regimes of Memory, London: Routledge.

Radstone, S. (ed) (2000) Memory and Methodology, Oxford, Berg.

Rowles Graham on aging. Papers and books from the late 70s and 80s. Excellent ethnographic stuff about aging in place and self-memory-place relationships that show up when you can’t get about as much.

Schacter, D (1996) Searching for Memory:  The Brain, the Mind, and the Past  New York: Basic Books

Sebald, W. G. (2007) The Emergence of Memory, New York, Seven Stories Press.

Short, B. 2004 ‘Environmental politics, custom and personal testimony: memory and lifespace on the late Victorian Ashdown Forest, Sussex’, Journal of Historical Geography, 30(3),

Sibley, D (1991) The Boundaries of the Self in Philo, C., editor, New words, new worlds : reconceptualising social and cultural geography : proceedings of a conference /[held] Department of Geography, University of Edinburgh, 10-12 September, 1991  St Davids University College

Solnit, R. (2005) Lost. A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Edinburgh, Cannongate.

Sommers, M. (1994), ‘The Narrative Constitution of Identity: A Relational and Network Approach’, Theory and Society, vol. 23 (5), pp. 605-649.

Till, K (2006) ‘Memory Studies’ History Workshop Journal.  Vol62, 1 pp325-341 Special issue July 2004, Journal of Historical Geography: including:

Treacher, A.(2000) Children: Memories, Fantasies and Narratives: From Dilemma to Complexity in S. Radstone (ed) Memory and Methodology, Oxford, Berg.

Warnock, M. (1987) Memory, London: Faber and Faber.

Weiss. G (1999) Body Images: Embodiment as Intercorporality, London: Routledge.

Williams, C (ed) (2003) A Tolerant Nation? Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Wood, Harriett Harvey and Byatt, A. S. (2008) Memory: an Anthology, London Chatto and Windus

Yates, F (2001) The Art of Memory Chicago: University of Chicago Press


Also suggested


“Check out Psychogeography”


“Michael Curry and colleagues also organised an interesting workshop on memory and forgetting that might be interesting







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