Time, Space and the Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Look

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Time, Space and the Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Look

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Edited by Rafael F. Narváez and Leslie R. Malland

Format: eBook (PDF)

Year: 2016

This book considers various ways in which the body is, and has been, addressed and depicted overtime while also working to redefine the body and its relation to historical time and social space.

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Concerns about the human body and soul, and their relationship to the world around us, are as old as Western Culture itself. Beyond philosophy and theology, these sorts of preoccupations have also marked the arts, literature, and poetry; and to be sure, they have influenced Western culture, and have marked westerners’ imaginations and our everyday understanding of human nature. This book considers various ways in which the body is, and has been, addressed and depicted over time, and it is also a reflection on the ways in which the very spaces that we design and inhabit likewise reflect perceived ideas and misconceptions about the human body.

Introduction
Rafael Narváez and Leslie Malland

To Be-Between, To Pass Between: Becoming “Intermezzo” in Orlan’s Carnal Art
Burcu Baykan

William Forsythe Choreography and Architectural Space
Betul Ay, Pelin Dursun Çebi

Gibran’s Orphalese, the Erotic City
Azzeddine Bouhassoun

Perpetual Transition: A Communication Between Photography and Absence Within the Ruin
Clementine Monro

The Role of Time in Art Reading: Cubism and Futurism
Caterina Toschi

The Performance in the City
Duygu Erol

From the Sensuous Spatiality of the Body to the Bodily Coordination of Space
Eleni Chronopoulou

Gezi Park Protests: New Definitions of Body and Space is the City
Elif Gözde Öztoprak and Pelin Dursun Çebi

Relational Bodies in Japanese Architecture: Sustainability Re-considered
Katsuhiko Muramoto

Peripheries Possibilities: Time, Space and the Body in Female Drug Literature
Nycole Prowse

Public Space Design Between Alienation and Appropriation: The Case of Parkour
Shelley Smith and Nicolai Steinø

Timeless Spaces in Today’s Architecture: Disussing Today’s Architecture Through Terry Gilliam’s Brazil and Michael Radford’s 1984
Hazal Günal, Pelin Dursun Çebi

Hidden in Plain Sight: An Investigation of the Walked Landscape and Desire Lines
Christobel Kelly

The Urban Challenge of Participation Through Theatre in Rio
Ana Carolina Lima e Ferreira

Fate’s Commanding Role in Paradise Lost
Leslie R. Malland

Self-Organised Citizens’ Groups and Urban Spaces: Challenges in Planning Paradigm
Katerina Mojanchevska

How the Human Body Connects the Present, to the Past, and to the Forthcoming
Rafael F. Narváez

Rafael F. Narváez is a sociologist interested in the intersections of sociology, psychology, and biology. His most representative publications are in the area of embodiment theory. He is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Winona State University, in Minnesota, U.S.

Leslie R. Malland is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Kentucky, U.S. Her research focuses on the influence of cadaveric research on British Literature throughout the Renaissance and into the 17th Century. She has also published works of poetry and creative nonfiction.