A Bibliography To add to this david wojnarowicz close to the knives pdf use the comments box at the foot of the page. Including: General Reference, Personal Accounts, Fiction, Poetry, Artists’ books and Essays.
To add to this bibliography use the comments box at the foot of the page. Including: General Reference, Personal Accounts, Fiction, Poetry, Artists’ books and Essays. Capitalism, Nature Socialism: A Journal of Ecology, Vol. Doctoral Thesis, University of Exeter. Landscape narratives and the construction of meaning in the contemporary urban canal-scape, Doctoral Thesis, Birmingham City University. Homing Place: Towards a Participatory, Ambulant and Conversive Methodology, Doctoral Thesis, University of Plymouth.
In Museum in Motion, edited by Wouter Davidts. In The Aesthetics of Human Environments, Eds. In Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds. Magic is Afoot: Hoof Marks, Paw Prints and the Problem of Writing Wildly. Tom Tyler and Manuela Rossini.
Leiden, Netherlands, Boston, MA: Brill Publishers, 2009. I thought you might be interested in these additional citations. I’ve also begun a blog on walking myself. The Aesthetics of Human Environments, Eds. Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds. I have added to bibliography and put a link to your blog in the links section, good luck with blogging! I also found A Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit useful in relation to walking and journeying and reasons to go out walking.
I found this very interesting, I guess it could go in the General section. He is a novelist but this is autobiographical. Leiden, Netherlands, and Boston, MA: Brill Publishers, 2009. I would like to add the following that were published in Greece from the University of Western Macedonia and are based in walking as an Art Practice. Visual March to Prespes, an process of Experiencing the Landscape 2017-14. You are commenting using your Twitter account.