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  • On arrival : memory and temporality at Ellis Island, New York
  • Historical geography ; Memory ; New York State ; Site of memory ; Temporality ; United States of America ; Urban immigration
  • Museums and heritage operations are employing experiential forms of interpretation in order to cultivate emotional bonds between visitors and the characters that populate historic sites. This form of relating to the past affectively reflects
  • a notion of memory underpinned by temporality which serves to legitimate existing relations of power. Using a dispute surrounding public entry to Ellis Island via a bridge connected to New Jersey where the past continually comes into existence, memory
  • Cemetery ; Identity ; Kansas ; Landscape ; Memorial monument ; Semiotics of space ; Site of memory ; Town ; United States of America
  • The town of Lawrence endured attacks twice in 19th century. The memorialized landscapes of these tragedies display ambivalence toward the past. The town found sources for its historical identity that do not reflect these tragedies. The A. uses a set
  • of methods for reading the memorialized landscape that includes archival and landscape analysis.
  • Location, politics, and the production of civil rights memorial landscapes
  • This study examines the relative location of civil rights memorial landscapes in Atlanta, Birmingham and Memphis. Produced over the past two decades, these memorials are the largest and most popular of several dozen associated with the civil rights
  • movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Two instances of relative location are considered. In both cases, heritage tourism and urban redevelopment are shown to exercise a strong influence on the content and location of these sites.
  • Commemorative Landscapes to the Missing: The HMAS Sydney II Memorial
  • . Uncertainty over the ship’s fate and its crew led to a frenzy of speculation. Parallel to this public interest was the will to commemorate the missing sailors somewhere along the coastline opposite the battle site. And so the HMAS Sydney II Memorial
  • in Geraldton, a highly symbolic and emotive memory landscape, was built. This paper explores this memorial as a memorial landscape to ‘the missing’—a special category of military death—and examines how this landscape offers closure to the trauma of survivors
  • Epistemology ; Estonia ; Policy ; Scale ; Site of memory ; Social theory
  • conjonctures and ruptures between place and identity. They use sites of memory as analytical lens.
  • Materialising memory at Angel Island Immigration Station, San Francisco
  • Attendance ; California ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Pedagogy ; San Francisco ; Site of memory ; Societal relations ; United States of America
  • Cette Station d'immigration existe aujourd'hui en tant que site historique géré par les parcs de Californie : il s'agit de mettre en place un nouveau programme qui se fixe pour mission de passer de l'histoire d'une exclusion à un futur d'inclusion.
  • Collective memory and the politics of urban space. Special issue
  • Cultural landscape ; Landscape ; Policy ; Public space ; Site of memory ; Urban area
  • Each of the six articles approaches the theme of collective memory from a somewhat different vantage point, but they all underscore the importance of considering the spatial configuration of commemorative practices in the urban context. The articles
  • also examine a variety of spatial modes of memory within different countries around the world.
  • Violence and the dialectics of pandscape : memorialization in Cambodia
  • Cambodia ; Civil war ; Genocide ; Landscape ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Site of memory ; Twentieth Century ; Violence
  • calls into question standard understandings of the genocide and especially the post-1979 memorialization of genocide. To accomplish our goals, we introduce a dialectical understanding of both potential and realized violence, and potential and realized
  • memorialized landscapes.
  • Sites of memory in the Holy Land : the design of the British war cemeteries in Mandate Palestine
  • Années 1920 ; Asie ; Britanniques ; Choix du site ; Cimetière ; Guerre ; Géographie historique ; Lieu de mémoire ; Palestine
  • L'élément géographique semble un facteur clé qui donne une signification importante à chaque cimetière. La mémoire de la guerre interfère avec la mémoire historique apportée par le site. Histoire de la configuration des cimetières de guerre de
  • Cracow ; Cultural memory ; Poland ; Płaszów ; Sacred place ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban landscape ; concentration camp ; everyday landscapes ; sacred landscapes
  • , where commercial developments are increasing in number and size. The site's open green spaces and the paucity of formal and material monuments place it outside the ambit of more common public portrayals of collective cultural memories. In this short
  • . Culminating around the question of how to maintain the site's sacristy amid an increasingly distractive urban landscape, these challenges position memories of the past alongside the stronger attachments we may have with places associated with our daily
  • In Kraków, Poland, the sacredness of the former Płaszów concentration camp is positioned within the everyday and urban landscape. The grievous history of the site contrasts the urbanity of the busy thoroughfare along one of the site's perimeters
  • commentary, I unpack the positioning of memory within the everyday landscape by means of landscape reading and visual methodologies. I critically consider the challenges of representing memory in everyday settings by (de)constructing Płaszów's memory layers
  • Ideologies of land and place : memories from Zimbabwe’s war of liberation
  • Conflict ; Cultural studies ; Espace vécu ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Land ; Man-environment relations ; Site of memory ; Zimbabwe
  • The ghosts of industrial ruins : ordering and disordering memory in excessive space
  • Abandoned industrial land ; Perception ; Site of memory ; Urban area
  • Valued landscape in memory: the view from Prebend's bridge
  • Géographie humaine ; Image mentale ; Mémoire ; Paysage ; Perception ; Photographie ; Site pittoresque
  • Politics, public space, and memorials : the brawl on the Mall
  • Iconography ; Location ; Location choice ; Policy ; Public space ; Site of memory ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Washington D.C.
  • Choix du site ; Espace public ; Espace urbain ; Etats-Unis ; Iconographie ; Lieu de mémoire ; Localisation ; Monument ; Mémorial ; Politique ; Washington D.C.
  • Guerre Mondiale, et surtout à sa localisation. Analyse de la politique menée pour influer sur le choix du site, et discussion sur l'impact de cette localisation. Cette localisation n'est pas accidentelle mais intentionnelle, car elle révèle une réécriture
  • Cultural studies ; France ; Heritage-scape ; Monument ; Patrimony ; Site of memory
  • This geographical essay reflects on three inter-related themes : monuments, heritage, and memories. Monuments are seen as constructions of memory, shaped and fabricated by culturally-informed sections of individual nations. As a concept, heritage
  • (patrimoine) has become increasingly accepted over the past half century, often specified by international institutions and bound up with both the benefits and disadvantages of related tourism activities. Our world is composed of memories that are utilized
  • Italy ; Northern Italy ; Site of memory ; Tourism ; Tourism potential ; Trentino-Alto Adige ; War
  • The aim of the paper is to analyse the geographical aspects of the Austro-Hungarian military sites located in the autonomous region of Trentino, in northern Italy. Following the literature review on the memorial sites of the Great War in europe
  • the case study on Trentino region is presented. The adapted research methodology included desk research highlighting the conceptual framework on military sites and dark tourism connections. While field research was carried out in the first part of 2013
  • visiting the most important Austro-Hungarian military heritage sites within the region. Findings show that the tourism attraction of war heritage sites embedded in the mountainous region has been enhanced and revaluated for place promotion. - (AM)
  • Classification and distribution of roadside memorials, usually crosses, erected near the site of fatal traffic accidents on highway stretches in the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas. They manifest the central place
  • Ramona memories : fiction, tourist practices, and placing the past in southern California
  • par les touristes ou usagers locaux. Examen de la création de deux sites attractifs liés à Ramona.
  • Cultural studies ; Frontier ; Germany ; History ; Landscape ; Memorial monument ; Museum ; Site of memory
  • The paper gives an overview about the history and the concept of the German inside border. This article deals with the border as reminder landscape and marks in landscape and in daily routine. Historical monuments, memorials and structural relicts
  • In honor and in memory of Charles S. ReVelle. Special issue
  • Algorithme ; Analyse spatiale ; Choix du site ; Equipement ; Localisation ; Modèle ; Méthodologie
  • négatives. 3. Une comparaison de cinq modèles de couverture maximale pour choisir des sites d’ambulances. 4. Choisir des sites de réserves naturelles à bon rendement financier en favorisant la persistance d’espèces menacées et en danger. 5. Un modèle pour