[URBANTH-L]Communities' relationship with place

Ferzacca, Steve steven.ferzacca at uleth.ca
Tue May 26 12:31:12 EDT 2009

Jan Newberry's "Backdoor Java" (Broadview 2006?)-- house, household, home, Javanese urban neighborhood
Steve Ferzacca
associate professor
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4
steven.ferzacca at uleth.ca
Editor, Medical Anthropology: Cross-Cultural Studies in
Health and Illness
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From: urbanth-l-bounces at lists.ysu.edu on behalf of Brian Stromberg
Sent: Sat 5/23/2009 2:35 PM
To: URBANTH-L at lists.ysu.edu
Subject: [URBANTH-L]Communities' relationship with place

Hello all-
I am a geography student finishing my master's thesis, and I have come here
in the hopes of finding some anthropology articles that discuss the
connection of people and communities to places. Specifically, I am looking
for articles that talk about how communities can incorporate place into
their identities, or form strong connections with certain neighborhoods,
blocks, or even buildings. I am trying to flesh out a description of the
social value of housing to its residents, and I thought maybe my conceptual
vocabulary (and my bibliography) would be improved if I reached out to the
anthropology listserv.
Thanks for any advice or input you can give, its much appreciated!

Brian Stromberg
Rutgers Geography
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