Fluid ecology of heterotopia

18 July 2012

To explore the idea of the fluid ecology of heterotopia, starting points might be:

Allweil, Y. and Kallus, R. (2008) ‘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.

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

Birringer, J. (1998) ‘Makrolab: A Heterotopia’ Journal of Performance and Art, 20 (3) 66-75.

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.

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

Gandy, M.  (2012) ‘Queer ecology: nature, sexuality, and heterotopic alliances’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, advance online publication.

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

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

Liff, S. (2003) ‘Shaping e-Access in the Cybercafé: Networks, Boundaries and Heterotopian Innovation’, New Media and Society, 5: (3): 313-334.

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.

Saunders, C. and Price, S. (2009) ‘One person’s eu-topia, another’s hell: Climate Camp as a heterotopia’, Environmental Politics, 18 (1):117-122.

Steyaert C, 2010, “Queering space: heterotopic life in Derek Jarman’s garden” Gender, Work and  Organization 17 46 – 68.

And perhaps a return to Soja:

Soja, E. (1995) ‘Heterotopologies: A Remembrance of Other Spaces in the Citadel-LA’ in S. Watson and K. Gibson (eds.) Postmodern Cities and Spaces, Oxford: Blackwell, 13-34.

Soja, E. (1996) Thirdspace, Oxford: Blackwell.