Walking backwards: psychogeographical approaches to heritage
Overall, S. 2016. Walking backwards: psychogeographical approaches to heritage.
Since its Situationist origins in Paris, psychogeography has been considered a primarily urban pursuit. But psychogeographical approaches can easily be extended to walking in rural and semi-rural areas, where constraints and controls on pedestrian access abound.
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||01 Nov 2016|
|Completed||21 Oct 2016|
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