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Ackerman, John (2003). The space for rhetoric in everyday life. In Martin Nystrand & John Duffy (Eds), Towards a rhetoric of everyday life: New directions in research on writing, text, and discourse (pp. 84-117). Madison: U of Wisconsin P.

Bernard-Donals, Michael (2001). History and disaster: Witness, trauma, and the problem of writing the Holocaust. Clio, 30(2), 143-168.

Bernard-Donals, Michael (2009). Forgetful memory: Representation and remembrance in the wake of the Holocaust. Albany: SUNY P.

Blanchot, Maurice (1995). The writing of the disaster (Ann Smock, Trans.). Lincoln: U of Nebraska P. (Original work published in 1980).

Butler, Judith (2005). Giving an account of oneself. New York: Fordham UP.

Caruth, Cathy (1996). Unclaimed experience: Trauma, narrative, and history. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP. 

de Certeau, Michel (1984). The practice of everyday life (Steven Rendall, Trans.). Berkeley: U of California P. (Original work published in 1980).

Davis, D. Diane (2000). Breaking up [at] totality: A rhetoric of laughter. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP.

Debord, Guy. Introduction to a critique of urban geography. The situationist international text library. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Debord, Guy. Theory of the dérive. Bureau of public secrets. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Debord, Guy (1977). Society of the spectacle. Detroit: Black & Red. 

Foucault, Michel (1980). Questions on geography. In Colin Gordon (Ed.), Power/knowledge: Selected interviews and other writings 1972-1977 (pp. 63-77). New York: Vintage.

Grego, Rhonda C. & Thompson, Nancy S. (2008). Teaching/writing in thirdspaces: The studio approach. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP.

Heidegger, Martin (1962). Being and time (John Macquarrie & Edward Robinson, Eds.). New York: Harper. (Original work published in 1927).

Jameson, Fredric (1991). Postmodernism, or, the cultural logic of late capitalism. Durham: Duke UP.

Keller, Christopher J. & Weiser, Christian W. (2007). Introduction. In The locations of composition (pp. 1-12). Albany: SUNY P.

Lefebvre, Henri (1991). The production of space (Donald Nicholson-Smith, Trans). Oxford, UK: Blackwell. (Original work published in 1974).

Levinas, Emmanuel (2006). Otherwise than being, or beyond essence (Alphonso Lingis, Trans.).  Pittsburgh: Duquesne UP. (Original work published in 1974).

Matthews, Eric (2002). The philosophy of Merleau-Ponty. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP.

Merleau-Ponty, Maurice (2007). Phenomenology of perception (Colin Smith, Trans.). London: Routledge. (Original work published in 1945).

Nold, Christian. Bio mapping leaflet. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

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Nold, Christian (Ed.). Emotional cartography: Technologies of the self. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Nold, Christian. Greenwich emotion map. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Nold, Christian. Information commons. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Nold, Christian. Interrogating the individual. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Raqs Media Collective. Machines made to measure: On the technology of identity and the manufacture of difference. In Christian Nold (Ed.), Emotional cartography: Technologies of the self (pp. 15-25). Retrieved December 13, 2011, from

Reynolds, Nedra (1996). Composition's imagined geographies: The politics of space in the frontier, city, and cyberspace. College Composition and Communication, 50(1), 12-35.

Reynolds, Nedra (2004). Geographies of writing: Inhabiting places and encountering difference. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP.

Rickert, Thomas (2007). Acts of enjoyment: Rhetoric, Žižek, and the return of the subject.  Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh UP. 

Sadler, Simon (1999). The situationist city. Cambridge, MA: MIT P.

Soja, Edward W. (1989). Postmodern geographies: The reassertion of space in critical social theory. London: Verso.

Soja, Edward W. (1996). Thirdspace: Journeys to Los Angeles and other real-and-imagined places. Malden: Blackwell.

Spiegelman, Art (2004). In the shadow of no towers. New York: Pantheon.

Tuters, Mark & Varnelis, Kazys (2008). Beyond locative media. Networked publics. Retrieved December 13, 2011, from