Walking Artists Network


Publications

Would a bibliography of walking-related publications be helpful?

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Books:

Careri, F. (2002) Walkscapes: walking as an aesthetic practice, Gustavo Gilli: Barcelona

Ingold, T. and Vergunst, J. L. (eds.) (2008) Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot London: Ashgate

Mock, R. (ed) (2009), Walking, Writing and Performance, Intellect: Bristol

Smith, P. (2010), Mythogeography, Triarchy Press: Axminster

Solnit, R. (2001) Wanderlust: A History of Walking, Penguin

Wallace, J. (2012) It Can be Solved by Walking, CityLit Press, Baltimore

Whitehead, S. (2006) Walking to Work Abercych, Pembrokeshire: Shoeless

Journal Articles:

Butler, T. (2006) ‘A walk of art: the potential of the sound walk as a practice in cultural geography’ Social & Cultural Geography 7, (6) 889-908

Edensor, T. (2000) ‘Walking in the British Countryside: Reflexivity, Embodied Practices and Ways to Escape’ Body & Society 6, (3-4) 81-106

Edensor, T. (2010) ‘Walking in Rhythms: Place, Regulation, Style and the Flow of Experience’ Visual Studies 24, (1) 69-78

Fenton, J. (2005) ‘Space, Chance, Time: Walking Backwards Through the Hours on the Left and Right Banks of Paris’ Cultural Geographies 12, 412-428

Hall, T. (2009) ‘Footwork: Moving and Knowing in Local Space(s)’ Qualitative Research 9, (5) 571-585

Heddon, D. & Turner, C. (2010) ‘Walking Women’, Performance Research, 15: 4, 14 – 22

Hodge, S., Persighetti, S., Smith, P., Turner, C., (2006) A Manifesto for a New Walking Culture: dealing with the city, Performance Research, Issue 11:2

Hubbard, P. M., O’Neill, S. Pink and A. Radley (eds) (2010) Walking, Art and Ethnography, a guest edited issue of Visual Studies. Vol. 25:1

Myers, M. (2008) ‘Situations for Living: Performing Emplacement’ Research in Drama Education 13, (2) 171-180

New, S. and Belasco Rogers, D. (2010): Me, You and Everywhere We Go: plan b, Performance Research, 15:4, 23-31

Smith, P. (2010), The contemporary dérive, Cultural Geographies, 17(1) 103-122

Sotelo, L. C. (2010) ‘Looking Backwards to Walk Forward: Walking, Collective Memory and the Site of the Intercultural in Site-Specific Performance’ Performance Research 15 (4) 59-69

Waitt, G., Gill, N. and Head, L. (2009) ‘Walking Practice and Suburban Nature-Talk’ Social & Cultural Geography 10, (1) 41-60

Watson, D, (2011) ‘Wild Ryde’ Memory Studies, 4 (1) 88-106


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