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  • The event of space: geographic allusions in the phenomenological tradition 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (SAGE Publications, 1998-02)
    n this essay I analyse the role of space in key texts belonging to the tradition of phenomenology. Starting from the assumption that phenomenology is uniquely positioned to answer the epistemological challenges posed by ...
  • Heidegger, or the neglect of boundaries 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (Copernicus Publications, 2015-05-05)
    Benedikt Korf’s recent invitation to re-think the deployment of Heidegger’s philosophy within geography in the pages of this journal (Korf, 2014) is both opportune and essential: opportune, because the many and continuing ...
  • Performing marginal space: film, topology and the Petite Ceinture in Paris 

    Strohmayer, Ulf; Core, Jipé (Liminalities, 2012-09)
    Urban scholars have long accepted that analysing and understanding urban realities involves many routes: from the repertoire associated with social scientific urban studies to the more essayistic, figurative approaches ...
  • Planning in/for/with the Public 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (Cogitatio Press, 2016-03-18)
    Urban planning in general, and discursively motivated practices attaching to urban form in particular, are beholden in many ways to notions of a ‘public’. In fact, it would not be an exaggeration to say that urban ...
  • Social spatiality: some rudimentary thoughts on the epistemology of Benno Werlen 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (Copernicus Publications, 2014)
    Benno Werlen requires no introduction to readers of Geographica Helvetica: arguably the most internationally resonating of names amongst Swiss human geographers writing today, the Jena-based social geographer has not ...
  • Structure and event, networks and nodes in human geography: the 1960s revisited 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (Copernicus Publications, 2013-05-30)
    In search of transnational scholarship and languages within human geography, the so-called “Quantitative Revolution” of the 1960s arguably holds considerable pride of place. More than previous innovations within geography, ...
  • Thanatourism and the commodification of war tourism space in ex-Yugoslavia 

    Johnston, Anthony (2011-09-20)
    Humanity has a long standing fascination with death and disaster. Although dying has been partially sequestered from many western societies, death itself is the one true anthropological constant, encountered by every society ...
  • Urban design and civic spaces: nature at the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont in Paris 

    Strohmayer, Ulf (SAGE Publications, 2006-10)
    Transcending the dualism between 'nature' and 'culture' has been one of the central aims of geographical knowledge during the last decade or so. The present paper adds to this growing body of literature by focusing on the ...