Tag Archives: Tim Edensor

Archiving Out-of-Doors

The recently aired BBC programme The Secrets of Scott’s Hut took a wide-ranging look at the now almost legendary attempt by Captain Scott to reach the South Pole in 1911. At its heart was the six-year project to preserve the remote wooden … Continue reading

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Spectral Geographies and Crafting a Form of Experimental Historiography

“Spectrality effects in place, and differentially in different placings, an unsettling complication of the linear sequence of past, present and future. For Derrida we lack a nuanced sense of history and memory ‘as long as [we rely] on a general … Continue reading

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Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning

Urban Explorers, Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning by Bradley L. Garrett is a video article that has just been released in the journal Geography Compass (Volume 4, Issue 10, pages 1448–1461, October 2010). Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery … Continue reading

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