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Across European Spaces« shifted the discussion from the colonial context to the spatial politics of European love discourse and to the spatio-political implications of Europe at its borders. Alexander C. T. Geppert’s (European University Institute, Florence) paper »Lieux d’Amour: European Geographies of Love in the Last Two Centuries« attended to the cartography of love in Europe by mapping the discursive social geography of how the idea of love has functioned historically to create places and shape the spaces of the life of love in Europe. Taking a transnational

-based exchanges and pub- lishing. An example of this type of project would be Nine(9) by the British collaborative Mongrel. Nine(9) is a continuation of Mongrel's project Linker and was created by Mongrel member Harwood while he was artist-in-residence at the WaagSociety Amsterdam. The project is an open-source software structure that allows individuals and communities to »map« their experiences and »social geographies«. Nine(9) consists of a server–based application that can incorporate 9 groups x 9 archives x 9 maps = 729 collective knowledge maps. An important part of the

an articulate social geography, including such essential places as ›cosmetic rooms‹, ›smoking galleries‹, and ›crying rooms‹.« (Bruno 2002: 48) In den Backstage-Filmen werden wiederholt Räume aus den Ki- nopalästen wie Treppenaufgänge, Garderoben und Foyers gezeigt. Dabei wird die Materialität dieser Räume durch die Beleuchtung besonders hervorgehoben. Die Architektur der Kinos 67 Abb. 9. Roxy Theater. New York (1927). Abb. 10. Earl Caroll Theater Lounge. New York (1931). Nach Gomery sind die Kinopaläste in ökonomischer Hinsicht erfolg- reich, weil sie

Dismodernen Zeit- alters17 als eine globale Vorstellung von Welt »ohne Wunden und Gefügigkeit« (Davies 2002: 390). Literatur Campbell, Fiona A. Kumari (2009): Contours of Ableism: The Produc- tion of Disability and Abledness, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. Cresswell, Tim (1998): »The Peninsular of Submerged Hope: Ben Reitman’s Social Geography«, in: Geoforum 29/2, S. 207–216. Danbolt, Mathias (2011): »Disruptive Anachronisms: Feeling histo- rical with N.O. Body«, in: Renate Lorenz/Pauline Boudry (Hg.), Temporary Drag, Ostfilden: Hatje Cantz, S. 1982–1989. Davies

the participatory mode of filmmaking to convey the directors’ engagements with the issues broached by their filmed subjects, the directors’ portrayals of the city differ as they call attention to diverging aspects of the local social geography. Whereas Spike Lee’s engagement with racial politics informs his characterization of all interviewed New Orleanians, Jonathan Demme characterizes Carolyn Parker as an American model of resilience whose determination he glorifies beyond the color line.1 Through a comparative approach that underlines the directors

dense composition mapping the work’s pictorial field in a psycho-social geography centered on the otherworldly representation of Jahangir. So, functioning as a metaphorical tableau of abstract concepts and values, the aesthetic ontology of the miniature is of mythical and symbolic nature although the iconography comprises, as is frequent in Mughal painting, customized portraits and a fair amount of stylistic realism combined with a predominantly two-dimensional plastic structure. If we content ourselves with this literal iconographic reading of the image, its

- troduction to Media Geography«, in: Aether 5a, 1-17. Thielmann, Tristarr (2007): >>You have reached your destination! Position, positioning and superpositioning of space through car navigation sys- tems<<, in: Social Geography 2(1), 63-75. Tönnies, Ferdinand {1979 [1887]): Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft Grundbe- griffe der reinen Soziologie, Darmstadt Turner, Andrew (2006): Introduction to Neogeography, Sebastopol, CA. Weber, Max (1984 [1921]): Soziologische Grundbegriffe, Tübingen. Wood, Denis/Fels, John (1992): The power of maps, New York. Zöckler, Ann-Katrin {2000

interaktive Narration im frühen Entwick- lungsstadium zu einem Genre, Zürich: Update Verlag. Swift, Jonathan (2011) [1726]: Gulliver's Travels, London: Penguin. Thielmann, Tristarr (2007): >>>You Have Reached Your Destination!< Position, Positioning and Superpositioning of Space Through Car Navigation Sys- tems«, in: Social Geography, Vol. 2, Nr. 1, S. 63-75. Tolkien, John R.R. (1937): The Hobbit or There and Back Again, London: George Allen & Unwin. 472 I GEOMEDIALE FIKTIONEN Tolkien, John R.R. (1954a): The Lord of the Rings. The Fellowship of the Ring, London

Erkenntnis Konstruktion von Welt in der Welt ist, d.h. eine Repräsentationspraxis involviert, die von einem bestimmten Standpunkt in einer bestimmten Perspektive vollzogen wird«.47 Dass diese Repräsentationspraxis in der deutschsprachigen neuen Kultur- geographie stringenter reflektiert wird als in Teilen der angloamerikani- schen scientific community, dürfte nicht zuletzt der besonderen Geschichte 46 Vgl. Wolfgang Zierhofer, »State, Power and Space«, in: Social Geography 1 (2005), S. 29-36, hier S. 31. 47 Lippuner, Raum – Systeme – Praktiken, S. 47. 68 | JULIA

wieder zusammenbrechen und erneut repariert werden müssen. So wird die Reparatur von Daressalams Was- serleitungen ein Teil eines »Zyklus des Zusammenbruchs« (Larkin 2008: 236), der mit jeder Reparatur wieder aufs Neue beginnt. liteRatuR Amin, Ash (2006): »The Good City«, in: Urban Studies 43 (5/6), S. 1009-1023. de Laet, Marianne/Mol, Annemarie (2000): »The Zimbabwe Bush Pump. Mechan- ics of a Fluid Technology«, in: Social Studies of Science 30 (2), S. 225-263. del Casino, Vincent J. (2009): Social Geography. A Critical Introduction, Chichester. Denis, Jérôme