Toposophia is a book series dedicated to the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary study of place. Authors in the series attempt to engage a geographical turn in their research, emphasizing the spatial component, as well as the philosophical turn, raising questions both reflectively and critically.
Bob Mugerauer – University of Washington
Gary Backhaus – Loyola College in Maryland
Edmunds Bunkse – University of Delaware
Kim Dovey – University of Melbourne
Nader El-Bizri – University of Cambridge
Joseph Grange – University of Southern Maine
Matti Itkonen – University of Jyväskylä
Eduardo Mendieta – State University of New York at Stony Brook
John Murungi – Towson University
John Pickles – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ingrid Leman Stefanovic – St Michael’s College University of Toronto
Janet Donohoe, Remembering Places: A Phenomenological Study of the Relationship between Memory and Place, 2016.
Shu-Mei Huang, Urbanizing Carescapes of Hong Kong:Two Systems, One City, 2015.
Christine Petto, Mapping and Charting in Early Modern England and France
Power, Patronage, and Production, 2015.
Charlie Hailey, Spoil Island: Reading the Makeshift Archielago, 2013.
Akel Isma'd Kahera, Reading the Islamic City: Discursive Practices and Legal Judgment, 2011.
Ralph R. Acampora, ed., Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounters after Noah, 2011.
Theodore R. Schtzki, The Timespace of Human Activity: On Performance, Society, and History as Indeterminate Teleological Events, 2011.
Robert Mugerauer and Lynne C. Manzo, Environmental Dilemmas: Ethical Decision Making, 2008.
Alan Pearson, Marie Chevrier, and Mark Wheels, Incapacitating Biochemical Weapons: Promise or Peril?, 2007.
Christine Petto, When France was King of Cartography: The Patronage and Production of Maps in Early Modern France, 2007.
Roger Paden, Wittgenstein, Architecture and Virtue, 2007.