Reconstruction 5.3 (Spring 2005):
Guest Editors: Michael Benton, Melissa Purdue, and G. Wesley Houp
Rhetorics of Place
Michael Benton, "Rhetorics of Place: The Importance of Public Spaces and Public Spheres"
Joy Ackerman, "A Politics of Place: Reading the
Signs at Walden Pond"
David Burley, Pam Jenkins, Joanne Darlington, Brian Azcona, "Loss,
Attachment, and Place: A Case Study of Grand Isle, Louisiana"
Patrick Howard, "Nurturing Sense of Place Through
the Literature of the Bioregion"
Bruce Janz, "Whistler’s Fog and the Aesthetics
Joy Kennedy, "The Edge of the World"
Michael Kula, "What Have Bagels Got to Do With Midwesternness?"
John Shelton Lawrence and Marty S. Knepper, "Discovering
Your Cinematic Cultural Identity"
Harry Olufunwa, "The Place of Race: Ethnicity,
Location and 'Progress' in the Fiction of Chinua Achebe and Ralph Ellison"
Anthony M. Orum, "All the World's A Coffee Shop: Reflections
on Place, Community and Identity"
Lynda H. Schneekloth and Robert. G. Shibley, "Placemaking:
A Democratic Project"
Danny Mayer on Ethan Watter's Urban Tribes: A
Generation Redefines Friendship, Family and Commitment
Matthew Ortoleva on McComiskey and Ryan's City
Comp: Identities, Spaces, Practices
Rania Masri on Joel Weishaus' Forest Park: A
Christine Cusick on Joel Weishaus' Forest Park:
Matthew Wolf-Meyer on Cadava and Levy's Cities Without Citizens
Marilyn Yaquinto on Peter Bondanella's Hollywood
Italians: Dagos, Palookas, Romeos, Wise Guys, and Sopranos
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