Heterotopia Bibliography - Proposed MA in Lens Based Media


Aksit, E. E. (2011) Harem education and heterotopic imagination’Gender & Education.  23 (3) 299-311.

Allweil, Y. and Kallus, R. (2008) >&#x 2018;Public-space heterotopias: heterotopias of masculinity along the Tel Aviv shoreline’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter, (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge.

Anderson, T. (1994) Drawing upon Levinas to sketch out a heterotopic poetics of art and tragedy’. Research in Phenomenology. 24. 69+

Andriotis, K. (2010) Heterotopic Erotic Oases - The Public Nude Beach Experience’. Annals of Tourism Research, 37:4 1076-1096.

Annist, A. (2013) Heterotopia and Hegemony: Power and culture in Setoma’: Journal of Baltic Studies 44 (2)

Baille, C. Kabo, J. and Reader, J. (2013) Heterotopia: Alternative Pathways to Social Justice, Alresford, Hants: Zero Books

Barnes, T. J. (2004) Placing ideas: genius loci, heterotopia and geography’s quantitative revolution’ Progress in Human Geography. 28:5 565-595

Barrera, E. (2003) Aliens in heterotopia: an intertextual reading of the Border Control Museum’ in Ethnography at the Border. Ed. P. Vila. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 166-181.

Belting, H. (2001) Place of reflection or place of sensation?’ in P. Noever (ed.) The Discursive Museum. Vienne: MAK. 72-82. Bennett, T. (1995) The Birth of the Museum, London: Routledge. Bialasiewicz, L. (2006) Geographies of production and the contexts of politics: dis- location and new ecologies of fear in the Veneto citt’ diffusa’ Environment & Planning D: Society & Space. 24:1. 41-67

Billingham, P. (2000) Sensing the City through Television: Urban Identification within Fictional Drama. Oxford: Portland.

Birringer, J. (1998) Makrolab: A Heterotopia’ Journal of Performance and Art, 20 (3) 66-75. Blair, E. (2009) A further education College as heterotopia’ Research in Post-Compulsory Education. 14: 1 93-101

Blum, R. H. (2010). ‘Anxious Latitudes: Heterotopias, Subduction Zones, and the Historico-Spatial Configurations with Dead Man’ Critical Studies in Media Communication 27 (1) 55-66.

Boano, C. and Leclair-Paquet, B. (2013).’No Constraint, Or the Potential to Not Do’. Trans — Issue on Stance 22: 50-55.

Boedeltje, F. (2012) The Other Spaces of European Geopolitics Through the Disturbing Eye of Foucault’s Heterotopias’, Geopolitics, 17 (1): 1-24.

Bogumil, S. Comparative Literature, Globalization, and Heterotopia’ Neohelicon. 28:1. 43-54 Bonazzi, A. (2002) Heterotopology and Geography’ Space and Culture. 5 (1) 42-58.

Bondy, J. (2012) Latinas, Heterotopia, and Home: Pedagogies of Gender and Sexuality in Quinceañera’ Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy. 9 (1) 81-98.

Bosteels, B. (2003) Nonplaces: An Anecdoted Topography of Contemporary French Theory’, Diacritics. 33 (3/4) 117-139

Boyer, (2008) The many mirrors of Foucault and their architectural reflections’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 53-74

Bruchansky, C. (2010) The Heterotopia of Disney World’ Philosophy Now Issue 77.

Bryant-Bertail, S. (2000) Theatre as Heterotopia: Lessing’s Nathan the Wise’, Assaph, (16): 91-108.

Burdett, C. (2000) Journeys to the Other Spaces of Fascist Italy, Modern Italy, 5 (1): 7-23.

Burke, K. (2012) Kairos and masculine possibility in retreats of adolescents’ Journal of Men, Masculinities and Spirituality, 6 (2), 77-93.

Burrows, V. (2008) The Heterotopic Spaces of Postcolonial Trauma in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost” Studies in the Novel. 40:1 161-177

Cairo, H. (2004) The Field of Mars: heterotopias of territory and war’ Political Geography 23 (8) 1009–1036.

Cantrell, S. K. (2011) ”I solemnly swear I am up to no good”: Foucault’s Heterotopias and Deleuze’s Any-Spaces-Whatever in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Series’  Children’s Literature. 39, 195-212.

Casarino, C. (2002) Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad in Crisis, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Chatzidakis, A; Maclaran, P; Bradshaw, A.(2012)  ‘Heterotopian space and the utopics of ethical and green consumption’ Journal of Marketing Management. 28 (3/4) 494-515.

Chemburkar, S. (2012) Monument, Memory, and Meaning: Heterotopia at Borobudur’, Indonesia. Marg: A Magazine of the Arts, 64: 1 12-25

Cheng, M. (2001) Highways, L.A.: Multiple Communities in a Heterolocus’ Theatre Journal. 53:3 429-454

Chernetsky, V. (1998) Travels Through Heterotopia: The Textual Realms of Patrick Modiano’s Rue des Boutiques Obscures and Mikhail Kuraev’s Kapitan Dikshtein’ Studies in 20th century literature. 22:2 253+

Chien-hsin Tsai. (2012) The Heteotopic Agent in chu Tien-hsin’s The Old Capital” Concentric: Literacy & Cultural Studies, 38: 2 139-16

Chlada, M. (2005) Heterotopie und Erfahrung. Abriss der Heterotopology nach Michel Foucault, Aschaffenburg: Alibri Verlag.

Chung, H. J.(2012) Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds’. Cinema 51 (4) 87-109.

Coleman, N. (2012) Utopic Pedagogies: Alternatives to Degenerate Architecture’ Utopian Studies.23 (2) 314-35.

Coleman, S. and Street, A. (2012) Introduction to Special Issue: Real and Imagined Spaces’ Space and Culture. 15 (1) 4-17.

Couton, P (2009) Movement as Utopia’ History of Human Sciences. 22:4 93-121.

Damjanov, K. (2013) Lunar Cemetery: Global Heterotopia and the Bio-politics of Death’ Leonardo 46: 2 159-162

Davies, A. (2008) Guillermo del Toro’s Cronos: the Vampire as Embodied Heterotopia’, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 25 (5): 395-403

Davis, T. (2010) Third Spaces or Heterotopias? Recreating and Negotiating Migrant Identity Using Online Spaces’, Sociology. 44 (4): 661-677.

De Boeck, F. (2008) Dead society in a cemetery city: the transformation of burial rites in Kinshasa in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge.

Decock, S. (2011)  ”The Loving Conquest and Embrace”: On Peaceful Heterotopias and Utopias in Annemarie Schwarzenbach’s Asian and African Travel Writings. Women in German Yearbook 27 109-130

Defert, D. (1997) Foucault, Space, and the Architects’ in Politics/Poetics: Documenta X — The Book, Ostfildern-Ruit: Cantz Verlag, 274-283.

Defert, D. (2004) Introduction to Utopies et heterotopias [Utopias and heterotopias] CD: INA, Mémoire Vive.

Dehaene, M. And De Cauter, L. (2008b) The space of play: towards a general theory of heterotopia’ in. M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter, (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 75-87.

Dickinson, G., Ott, B. and Aoki, E. (2006) Spaces of Remembering and Forgetting: 
The Reverent Eye/I at the Plains Indian Museum’ Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies. 3:1 27-47

Dove-Viebhan, A. (2007) Embodying Hybridity, (En)gendering Community: Captain Janeway and the Enactment of a Feminist Heterotopia on Star Trek: Voyager’. Women’s Studies 36 (8): 597-618.

Dudley, J. M. (1992) Being and non-being: The other and heterotopia in Hamletmachine’ Modern Drama. 35:4 562-570

Duran, J. (2000) Utopia, Heterotopia, and Memory in Carmen Boullosa’s Cielos De La Tierra’ Studies in Literary Imagination. 33:1 51+

Elliott, B. and Purdy. A.  (2006) A Walk Through Heterotopia: Peter Greenaway’s Landscapes by Numbers’ in Landscape and Film. Ed. M. Lefebvre. New York: Routledge.

El-Tayeb, F. (2013) Time Travelers and Queer Heterotopias: Narratives from the Muslim Underground’ The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory. 88 (3) 305-319.

Erdem, E. (2014) Reading Foucault with Gibson-Graham: The Political Economy of Other Spaces” in Berlin. Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture & Society 26 (1)

Evans, A., Riley, S. and Shankar, A. Postfeminist Heterotopias’ European Journal of Women’s Studies, 17: 3 211-229

Farber, L. and Dreyer, E. (2012) The diary of Bertha Marks as a heterotopia, as articulated in the artwork, The Futility of Writing 24-Page Letters’, Literator 33 (1)

Fayard, N.  (2011) Who’s there? Shakespeare in Production as Heterotopia in France’ Romance Studies. 29: 4 269-284.

Faubion, J. (2008) Heterotopia: an ecology’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 31-40.

Ferreday, D. and Hodgson, V. (2008) The Tyranny of Participation and Collaboration in Networked Learning’ Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Networked Learning 640-647.

Fischer-Lichte, E. and Wihstutz, B. eds. (2012) Part 2: Utopia and Heterotopia’ in Performance and the Politics of Space. London: Routledge.

Fontana-Giusti, G. (2013) Foucault for Architects. London: Routledge.

Foucault, M. (1968) [1967] Des espaces autres’, [Of other spaces] Árcittetura, 13: 822-23.

Foucault, M. (1980a) [1977] The Eye of Power’ in C. Gordon (ed.), Power/Knowledge Brighton: The Harvester Press, 146-165.

Foucault, M. (1980c) [1976] Questions on Geography’ in C. Gordon (ed.), Power/Knowledge, Brighton: The Harvester Press, 63-77.

Foucault, M. (1984) [1967] Des espaces autre’ [Of other spaces], Architecture, Mouvement, Continuité, (5): 46-49.

Foucault, M. (1986) [1967] Of other spaces’, Diacritics, (16): 22-7.

Foucault, M. (1987) [1963] Death and the Labyrinth: the World of Raymond Roussel London: Athlone Press.

Foucault, M. (1994) [1963] Distance, aspect, origine’ in Dits et ècrits Volume 1: 1954-1988, Paris: Gallimard, 272-287.

Foucault, M. (1998a) [1967] Different Spaces’, in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology: Essential Works of Foucault Volume 2, London: Penguin, 175-185.

Foucault, M. (1998b) [1966] The Thought of the Outside’ in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology: Essential Works of Foucault Volume 2, London: Penguin, 147- 171.

Foucault, M. (2002) [1982] Space, Knowledge, Power’ in J. D. Faubion (ed.), Power: Essential Works of Foucault, Volume 3, London: Penguin, 349-364.

Foucault, M. (2004) [1966] Utopies et heterotopias [Utopias and heterotopias], CD: INA, Mémoire Vive.

Foucault, M. (2006) [1961] History of Madness, London: Routledge.

Foucault M, (2007a) [1964] The Language of Space’, translated. G. Moore in J. W. Crampton and S. Elden (eds.), Space, Knowledge and Power, Aldershot: Ashgate, 163-168.

Foucault, M. (2009) [1971] Manet and the Object of Painting, translated M. Barr, London: Tate Publishing.

Foucault, M. (2010) [1966] Les Corp Utopique, Les Hétérotopies’, with introduction by D. Defert. Clamercy: Éditions Lignes.

Fraile-Marcos, A. M. Urban Heterotopias and Racialization in Kim Brunhuber’s Kameleon Man’ Canadian Literature 214 68-89

Frances, S. (2010) Borges and New Media: Connections Via Heterotopic spaces’, The University of Texas at Arlington (Thesis) .1488243.

Franko, M. (2011) Archaeological choreographic practices: Foucault and Forsythe’ History of the Human Sciences. 24 (4) 97-112.

Füller, H.and Michel, B. (2012) (eds) Die Ordnung der Räume. Geographische Forschung im Anschluss an Michel Foucault. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. Gandy, M.  (2012) Queer ecology: nature, sexuality, and heterotopic alliances’ Environment and Planning D, Society and Space.  30: 4 727-747.

Genocchio, B. (1995) Discourse, Discontinuity, Difference: the Question of Other Spaces’ in S. Watson and K. Gibson (eds.), Postmodern Cities and Spaces, Oxford: Blackwell, 35-46.

Gonick, M and Hladki, J. (2005) Who are the participants? Rethinking representational practices and writing with heterotopic possibility in qualitative inquiry’ International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 18:3 285-304

Gordon, J. (2003) Hybridity, Heterotopia and Mateship in China Miéville’s Perdido Street station”, Science Fiction Studies 30 (3) 456-4766.

Götz Hoeppe, (2012) Astronomers at the Observatory: Place, Visual Practice, Traces’ Anthropological Quarterly. 85: 4 1141-1160.

Green, D. (2001-2002) Death, Nature, and Uncertain Spaces: A Commentary From Paganism’ Omega: Journal of Death & Dying. 44:2 127+

Guidi, J. (2011) The Other Side of the Panopticon: Technology, Archives, and the Difficulty of Seeing Victorian Heterotopias’ Journal of the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science. 1 (3)

Guarrasi, V. (2001) Paradoxes of Modern and Postmodern Geography: Heterotopia of Landscape and Cartographic Logic’ in C. Minca (ed.), Postmodern Geography, London: Blackwell, 226-237.

Haider, J. and Sundin, O. (2010) Beyond the legacy of the enlightenment? Online encyclopaedias as digital heterotopias’ First Monday on-line journal 15: 1 Hamilakis, Y. (2002) The Other’ : Parthenon: Antiquity and National Memory at Makronisos’ Journal of Modern Greek Studies. 20:2 307-338

Hammond, B. S. (2005) The Dunciad and the city: Pope and Heterotopia’ Studies in the Literary Imagination, 38 (1) 219-232.

Handlykken, A. K. (2011) ‘Digital Cities in the making: exploring perceptions of space, agency of actors and heterotopia’ Ciberlegenda. 25

Harvey, D. (2000) Cosmopolitanism and the Banality of Geographical Evils’ Public Culture. 12:2 529-564

Harvey, D. (2000) Spaces of Hope, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Henthorne, T. (2010) String theory, French horns and the infrastructure of cyberspace’ Technology in Society. 32:3 204-208

Hetherington, K. (1997) The Badlands of Modernity: Heterotopia and Social Ordering, London: Routledge.

Hetherington, K. (2011) Foucault, the Museum and the Diagram’, The Sociological Review, 59:3 457-475.

Heynen, H. (2008) Afterthoughts: Heterotopia unfolded?’ M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 311-323.

Hjorth, D. (2005) Organizational Entrepreneurship’, Journal of Management Inquiry, 14: 4: 386-398.

Hook, D. and Vrdoljak, M. (2002) Gated Communities, heterotopia and a rights of privilege: a heterotopology of the South African security-park’ Geoforum (33): 195-219.

Horta, P. (2012) Heterotopia as a Site of Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Ibrāhīm Al-Dusūqī and Edward Lane’ Middle Eastern Literatures. 15 (3) 273-285.

Howell, F. C. (2013) Sense of Place, Heterotopia, and Community: Performing Land and Folding Time in the Badalisc Festival of Northern Italy’ Folklore 124 (1) 45-63.

Hutton, A. (2010) How adolescent patients use ward space’ Journal of Advanced Nursing. 66: 8

Hye Jean Chung (2012) Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds’ Cinema Journal. 51 (4) 87-109.

Inniss, L. B. (2012) “Other spaces” in Legal Pedagogy’, Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice 28: 67-89

Ioannidou, E (2011) Toward a National Heterotopia: Ancient Theaters and the Cultural Politics of Performing Ancient Drama in Modern Greece’ Comparative Drama.  44/45 (4/1) 385-403

Ivakhiy, A. (2011) Cinema of the Not-Yet: The Utopia Promise of Film as Heterotopia’ Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 5 (2).

Jacobs, K. (2004) Pornography in Small Places and Other Spaces’, Cultural Studies (18): 67-83.

Johnson, P. (2006) Unravelling Foucault’s Different Spaces’, History of the Human Sciences, 19 (4): 75-90.

Johnson, P. (2008) Foucault’s Spatial Combat’ Society and Space, Environment and Planning D, 28 (4): 611-626.

Johnson, P. (2008) The Modern Cemetery: a design for life’, Social and Cultural Geography, 9 (7) 777-790.

Joyce, P (2003) The Rule of Freedom, London: Verso.

Juffer, Jane. (2006) Why We Like to Lose: On Being a Cubs Fan in the Heterotopia of 
Wrigley Field’ South Atlantic Quarterly. 105:2 289-301

Kahn, M. (1995) Heterotopic Dissonance in the Museum Representation of Pacific Island Cultures’, American Anthropologist, 97 (2): 324-338.

Kalogeras, Y. (1998) The Other Spaces of Greek America’, American Literary History, 10 (4) 702-724.

Kannen, V. (2013) These are not regular places: women and gender studies classrooms as heterotopias’, Gender, Place and Culture.

Karaosmanoglu, D. (2010) Nostalgia Spaces of Consumption and Heterotopia: Ramadan Festivities in Istanbul’ Culture Unbound, 2 283-302.

Kefala, E. (2005) Kalokyris and Borges: A Study of their Syncretist Aesthetics’ Journal of Modern Greek Studies. 23:1 65-96

Kenney, L. (2011) First City, Anti City: Cain, Heterotopia and Study Abroad’. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 20 1-16

Kern, K. (2008) Heterotopia of the theme park street’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 104-116.

Kive, S. M. (2012) The other space of the Persian Garden’, Polymath: An interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Journal 2: 3.

Knaggs, A. (2011) Em)placing Prison Break: Heterotopic Televisual space and Place’, Refractory ejournal, 18.

Kohn, M. (2001) The House of the People as Counterpublic’, Polity 33 (4) 503-526.

Kornberger, M and Clegg, S. (2003) The Architecture of Complexity’ Culture & Organization. 9:2 75+

Kotsakis, A. (2012) Heterotopias of the environment’ in Law and Ecology: New Environmental Foundations. ed. A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos. London: Routledge. 193-213.

Kuhn, A (2004) Heterotopia, heterochronia: place and time in cinema memory. Screen, 45 (2) 106-114.

Laterza, C. F. (1999) Lewis Carroll’s Wonderlands: utopia and heterotopia in. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ I Belo Horizonte. 3, 4-49.

Lax, F. (1998) Heterotopia from a Biological and Medical Point of View’ in R. Ritter and B. Knaller-Vlay (eds.), Other Spaces. The Affair of the Heterotopia, Dokumente zur Architektur 10, Graz, Austria: Haus der Architektur, 114-123.

Lemesianou, C. (2003) Globalization and the Production of Other Spaces’ International Communication Association. Conference Papers. Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. 1-17

Levitas, R. (2003) Utopia Here and Now’ in S. Meyer (ed.) Midlertidige Utopier [Temporary Utopia] Oslo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 142-148.

Liff, S. (2003) Shaping e-Access in the Cybercafé: Networks, Boundaries and Heterotopian Innovation’, New Media and Society, 5: (3): 313-334. Lord, B. (2006) Foucault’s museum: difference, representation, and genealogy’ Museum and Society. Loretta, L (1997) Ageographia, heterotopia, and Vancouver’s new public library’, Environment and Planning D, 17 (1): 69-86.

Lou, J. (2007) Revitalising Chinatown into a Heterotopia’, Space and Culture, 10 (2): 107-194.

Lvakhiv, A. (2011) Cinema of the Not-Yet: The Utopian Promise of Film as Heterotopia’. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture 5 (2) 186-209.

Manning, D. (2008) (Re)visioning Heterotopia: The Function of Mirrors and Reflection in Seventeenth-Century Painting’. Queen’s Journal of Visual & Material Culture. Issue One.

Mao, Wei-qiang. (2009) Heterotopia as an alternative to Utopia — the narrative space in The Glass Mountain’ US-China Foreign Language. 7: 10 61-64

Martin, D. A. (1999) Building Heterotopia: Realism, Sovereignty, and Development in the Ecuadoran Amazon’. Alternatives: Social Transformation & Humane Governance. 24:1 59+

McGrath, L. and Reavey, P. (2013) Heterotopias of control: Placing the material in experiences of mental health service use and community living’ Health and Place 22 123-31.

McLeod, M. (1996) Other Spaces and ”Others”’ in The Sex of Architecture. Eds. D. Agrest, P. Conway and L. Kanes Weisman. New York: Harry Abrams. 15-28.

McNamee, S. (2000) Foucault’s Heterotopia and Children’s Everyday Lives’ Childhood. 7: 479-492.

MacRae, C. (2011) Making Payton’s Rocket: Heterotopia and Lines of Flight’. International Journal of Art & Design Education, 30: 102–112.

Meerzon, Y. (2007) The Ideal City: Heterotopia or Panopticon? On Joseph Brodsky’s Play Marbles and Its Fictional Spaces’, Modern Drama, 50 (2): 184-209.

Mendel, M. (2011) Heterotopias of Homelessness: Citizenship on the Margins’ Studies in Philosophy & Education. 30 (2) 155-168.

Meyer, S. (2003) Midlertidige Utopier [Temporary Utopia] Oslo: Museum of Contemporary Art.

Mieves, C. (2010) Traces and erosion: A Case Study of the Beach in Contemporary Art Making’ Journal of Visual Art Practice.  9 (3) 273-290.

Mitchell, P. (2010) Never-Never Land: Affective Landscapes, the Tourist Gaze and Heterotopic space in Australia”’ Studies in Australasian Cinema 4 (2) 173–87.

Moffatt, Laurel. (2004) The Woods as Heterotopia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Studia Neophilologica. 76:2 182-187

Morales, A. (1995) Dynamic identities in heterotopia’ Bilingual Review. 20:3 14+

Morosetti, T. (2013) Black on black: (In) visibility in African Literary Heterotopias’.  Research in African Literatures. 44:2 48-61.

Murphy, K. (2009) Secure from All Intrusion: Heterotopia, Queer Space, and the Turn-of the Twentieth-Century American Resort’. Winterthur Portfolio 43 (2-3) 185-228.

Muzzio, D. and Muzzio-Rentas, J. (2008) A kind of instinct: the cinematic mall as heterotopia’ in M. Dehaene and L. De Cauter (eds.), Heterotopia and the City, London and New York: Routledge, 137-149.

Nakaue, M. (2010) Of Other Places: The Garden as a Heterotopic Site in Contemporary Art’ The Brock Review. 10:1.

Nichols, R. (2010) Postcolonial Studies and the Discourse of Foucault: Survey of a Field of Problematization’.Foucault Studies. 9 111-144.

Nigam, A. (2010) The Heterotopias of Dalit Politics: Becoming-Subject and the Consumption Utopia’ in Utopia/Dystopia: Conditions of Historical Possibility. Eds. M. D. Gordin, H. Tilley, and G. Prakash. Princeton: Princeton, University Press 250-276.

Noorani, Y. (2004) Heterotopia and the Wine Poem in Early Islamic Culture’ International Journal of Middle East Studies 36:3 345-366

North, P. (1999) Explorations in Heterotopia: Local Exchange Trading Schemes’, Environment and Planning D, 17 (1): 69-86.

Oram, A. (2012) Sexuality in Heterotopia: time, space and love between women in the historic house’ Women’s History Review. 21 (4) 533-551.

Otto, M. (2005) The other Side of the Mirror: Utopian and Heterotopia space in Kamau Brathwaite’s Dream Stories” Utopian Studies 16 (1) 27-44.

Ouyang, W. C. (2012) Utopias, Dystopias and Heterotopias: The Spatiality of Human Experience and Literary Expression’ Middle Eastern Literatures. 15 (3) 227-231.

Persson, A. and Richards, W. (2008) From closet to heterotopia: a conceptual exploration of disclosure and passing among heterosexuals living with HIV, Culture, Health & Sexuality,10 (1): 73-86.

Philo, C. (2011) Foucault, sexuality and when not to listen to children’ Children’s Geographies, 9 (2): 123-127.

Philo, C. (2013) A great space of murmurings’ Madness, romance and geography, Progress in Human Geography  37 (2) 167-194.

Pike, J. (2008) Foucault, space and primary school dining spaces’ Children’s Geographies. 6: 4 413-42

Piper, A. (2012) Vanishing Points: The Heterotopia of the Romantic Book’ European Romantic Review 23 (3) 381-39

Porphyrios, D. (1982) Sources of Modern Eclecticism, London: Academy Editions.

Pugliese, J. (2009) Crisis heterotopias and border zones of the dead’ Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 23 (5) 663-679.

Puric, B. (2014) Matka, a heterotopia of deviation’. Short Film Studies 4 (1) 43-46

Rangarajan, S. (2003) Heterotopias and Collections in Butor’s L’Emploidu Temps’ Symposium. 57:1 27+

Reid-Pharr, R. (1994) Disseminating Heterotopia’ African American Review 28 (3) 347-357.

Relph, E. (1992) Place, Postmodern Landscapes, & Heterotopia.” Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 3:1. 14.

Riley, S.and Shanker, A. (2010) Postfeminist Heterotopias’. European Journal of Women’s Studies. 17 (3) 211-229.

Ripley, C. (2006) Safe as Houses: The Mettray colony as Seen by Jean Genet’, Space and Culture, 9 (4): 400-417.

Ritter, R. and Knaller-Vlay, B., (eds.) (1998) Other Spaces: The Affair of the Heterotopia, Dokumente zur Architektur 10, Graz, Austria: Haus der Architektur.

Roeder, T. (2012) ”That From a Long Way Off Look Like Flies”: Lists, Writing Handbooks, and Heterotopias’ Writing on the Edge. 22 (2) 69-76.

Rossetto, M. (2006) Heterotopia and Its Role in the Lived Experiences of Resettlement’ International Education Journal 7: 4 446-454

Rotenberg, R. (1995) Landscape and Power in Vienna, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Rushbrook, D. (2002). Cities, queer space and the cosmopolitan tourist’ GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. 8 (1-2), 183-206.

Saari, A. (2012) The Map is the Territory: educational evaluation and the topology of power’ European Educational Research Journal 11(4) 586-600.

Saindon, B. A. (2012) A Doubled Heterotopia: Shifting Spatial and Visual Symbolism in the Jewish Museum Berlin’s Development’ Quarterly Journal of Speech. 98 (1) 24-48

Saldanha, A. (2008) Heterotopia and structuralism’, Environment and Planning A, 40: 2080-2096.

Samuals, J. (2010) Of other spaces: Archaeology, Landscapes and Heterotopia in Fascist Sicily’ Archaeologies. 6: 1 62-81.

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