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No Maps For These Territories Offers An Archaeology Of Seemingly Tried And Trusted Concepts Cartography, Architecture, Urban Space While Rethinking Michel Foucault S Theories, Karin Hoepker Reconstructs The Cartographic Dispositives Of Spatial Order The Futuristic Fictional Cityscapes Of Science Fiction Writer William Gibson Are The Touchstone For This Epistemological Analysis And Typology Of Spatial Formations In Seven Probing Chapters That Focus On Architectural Blueprints, Forms Of Inhabitation, Wunderkammern, And Economic Formations Of Retail, Consumption, And Entertainment Such As Shopping Malls, Amusement Parks, And Gambling Meccas, Hoepker Investigates A Set Of Exemplary Phenomena Crucial To The Fields Of Architecture, Geography, Philosophy, Cartography, History Of Science, Literary Studies, And The Arts No Maps For These Territories Thus Offers Close Readings Of Fictional, Philosophical, And Theoretical Texts, And Examines Instructive Examples Of The Workings Of Spatial Production In A Form Of Contrastive Writing, The Monograph Sheds Critical Light On Theoretical And Fictional Texts Equally

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