In October I walked for the second year with undergraduate Sociology students at Goldsmiths as part of our course “London”, with dr. Alison Rooke. Some of last year students’ photographs taken during our tours have been uploaded here. This is a cloud space created on purpose for the course and every student has the login details. Ask me for more info Send Mail
Some References I found useful
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Buck-Morss, Susan. 1991. The Dialectics of Seeing: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project. MIT Press.
Burrows, Roger, and Nicholas Gane. 2006. “Geodemographics, Software and Class.” Sociology
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Cardullo, Paolo. 2009. Walking on the Rim: a Tale of Abjection
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Cardullo, Paolo. 2009. “The BSA Visual Sociology Study Group.” Signal Lost: The Space Beneath
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Cardullo, Paolo. 2011. Walking on the Rim: Photos, Encounters, Objects
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De Certeau, Michel de. 1984. The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Garrett, Bradley L. 2013. Explore Everything: Place-Hacking the City. Brooklyn, NY: Verso.
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Pink, Sarah. 2007. “Walking with Video.” Visual Studies
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Pink, Sarah. 2009. Doing Sensory Ethnography. SAGE Publications Ltd.
Pink, Sarah. 2011. “Amateur Photographic Practice, Collective Representation and the Constitution of Place.” Visual Studies
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Sandhu, Sukhdev. 2007. Night Haunts. London: Artangel.
Smith, Phil. 2010. Mythogeography: A Guide to Walking Sideways. Axminster, Devon: Triarchy Press.
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Solnit, Rebecca. 2000. Wanderlust. Viking.
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Led by Dough Harper, our task was to produce 5 photographs from a walk in London [...]
My review of ‘Eyes on Labor’, in Visual Studies, vol. 28, issue 3, 2013, pages 290-291. Published online: 04 Oct 2013. ((C. Quirke, ‘Eyes on Labor’, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 376 pages ISBN: 0-199-76823-4))
“In her detailed analysis of the US visual imagery of labour, [...]
It was meant to come out exactly on my birthday, then only a week later or so, here it is: my book review is on Visual Studies. Inbox me if you can’t access it here:
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…tremendous stuff unfolding over the rooftops of Greenwich ex-town hall, aka Deckspace….coming soon… [...]
Important High Court ruling dated 18/06/2013 responding to a complaint by a legal observer kettled at a demonstration called by Occupy/UKUncut in Picadilly after a trade union march in 2011. Protesters were forced to be identified and filmed by the MET before leaving the containment or facing immediate arrest. Lord Justice Moses declared:
It was not lawful for the police to maintain the containment for the purposes of obtaining identification… [...]