A list of relevant, inspirational and critical readings
Appadurai, A. 1996 Modernity at Large: Cultural dimensions of globalisation. University of Minnesota Press.
Ashworth, G.J. and B. Graham 2005 Senses of Place: Senses of Time, Aldershot: Ashgate.
Ashworth, G.J., B. Graham and J.E. Tunbridge 2007 Pluralising Pasts: Heritage, Identity and Place in Multicultural Societies, London: Pluto Press.
Bhabha, H.K. 1994 The Location of Culture. London; New York: Routledge.
Brett, D. 1996 The Construction of Heritage. Cork: Cork University Press.
Campany, D. 2007 The Cinematic (Whitechapel Documents on Contemporary Art), MIT Press.
Castles, S. and Davidson, A. (2000) Citizenship and Migration: Globalization and the Politics of Belonging. Macmillan.
Chambers, I. 1990 Border Dialogues: Journeys in Postmodernity. London: Routledge.
Clack, P. & Haselgrove, C. 1981 Approaches to the Urban Past, Department of Archaeology, Durham.
Dear, M. 2000 The Postmodern Urban Condition. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Eagleton, T. 2000 The Idea of Culture. Oxford: Blackwell.
Edson, G. 2004 ‘Heritage: Pride or passion, product or service?’, International Journal of Heritage Studies 10:4, 333-348.
Fainstein, S.S. and Judd, D.R. (eds) 2003 Cities and Visitors: Regulating People, Markets, and City Space. New York: Blackwell.
Fortier, A. 1999 ‘Re-membering places and the performance of belonging(s)’, Theory, Culture, Society 16, 41-62.
Giaccardi, E. and L. Palen 2008 ‘The social production of heritage through cross-media interaction: Making place for place-making’, International Journal of Heritage Studies 14, 3, 281-297.
Gilderbloom, J.I. and Mullins, R.L. 2005 Promise and Betrayal: Universities and the Battle for Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods. New York: SUNY Press, 2005
Graham, B., Ashworth, G.J. and Tunbridge, J.E. 2000 A Geography of Heritage: Power, Culture and Economy. London: Hodder Arnold.
González-Ruibal, A. 2008 ‘Time to Destroy: An archaeology of super modernity’, Current Anthropology 49, 2, 247-79.
Green, A. 2006 ‘Introduction: Urban historical archaeology: challenging ambivalence’, in A. Green & R. Leech (eds), Cities of the World 1500-2000, Leeds: Maney, 1-14.
Hinchman, L. and S. Hinchman (eds) 2001 Memory, Identity, Community. Albany: State University of New York Press.
Kester, G. 2004 Conversation pieces: Community and Communication in Modern Art. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Kwon, M. 2004 One place after another: Site-specific art and locational identity. Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
Kwon, M. 1998 ‘Public art and urban identities’, Annual Proceedings of the American Photography Institute National Graduate Seminar (June 1998).
Landry, C. and F. Bianchini 1995 The Creative City. London: Demos.
Latour, B. 1993 We Have Never Been Modern. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf.
Loukaki, A. 2008 Living Ruins, Value Conflicts. Aldershot: Aldgate.
Lynch, K. 1972 What time is this place? Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
Massey, D. 1995 ‘Places and their pasts’, in Driver F. and R. Samuel (eds), ‘Rethinking the Idea of Place’, History Workshop Journal 39, 1, 182-193.
Merrifield, A. 2002 Metromarxism: A Marxist Tale of the City. London: Routledge.
Newman, A. and F. McLean 1998 ‘ Heritage builds communities: the application of heritage resources to the problems of social exclusion, IJHS 4, 3&4, 143-153.
O’Keeffe, T. 2006 ‘’Starting as we mean to go on. Why we need a theoretically- informed Historical Archaeology’, Archaeological Dialogues 16, 208-211.
O’Neill, P. (ed) 2008 Curating Subjects. London: Open Editions.
Papastergiadis, N. 2000 The Turbulence of Migration: Globalization, Deterritorialization and Hybridity. Polity.
Pearson, M & M. Shanks 2001 Theatre / Archaeology. London: Routledge.
Pearson, M 2006 «In Comes I»: Performance, Memory and Landscape. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.
Renfrew, C., C. Gosden & E. DeMarrais 2004 Substance, Memory, Display: Archaeology and Art. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge.
Russell, I. 2008 ‘Art, archaeology and the contemporary’, Museum Ireland 18, 85-105.
Russell, I. 2009 ‘Heritage identities and roots: a critique of arborescent models of heritage and identity’, in G. Smith, P. Messenger & H. Soderland (eds) Heritage Values. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.
Scott, A.J. and F. Moulaert 1997 ‘The urban question and the future of urban research’, in F. Moulaert and A.J. Scott (eds) Cities, Enterprises and Society on the Eve of the 21st century. London: Pinter, 267-78.
Shanks, M. 1992 Experiencing the Past, Routledge, London.
Shepherd, N. 2007 ‘Archaeology dreaming: post-apartheid urban imaginaries and the bones of the Prestwich Street dead’, Journal of Social Archaeology 7, 1, 3-28.
Shepherd, N. and S. Robins (eds.) 2008 New South African Keywords, Athens, Ohio University Press.
Staski, E. (ed) 1987 Living in Cities: Current Research in Urban Archaeology. Society for Historical Archaeology Special Editions 5.
Toulmin, S. 1992 Cosmopolis: The Hidden Agenda of Modernity, University of Chicago Press.
Turnberry. M. 2004 ‘Cultural heritage, an ill-defined concept? A call for joined-up policy’, International Journal of Heritage Studies 10, 3, 295-307.
Warwick, R. 2006 Arcade: Artists and Place-Making, Black Dog Publishing, London.
Waterton, E. 2005 ‘Whose sense of place? Reconciling archaeological perspectives with community values: Cultural landscapes in England’, International Journal of Heritage Studies 11, 4, 309–325.