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Árnason, A., N. Ellison, J. Vergunst, and A. Whitehoouse (eds.) (2012) Landscapes beyond Land: Routes, Aesthetics, Narratives. Oxford, NY: Berghahn Books.
Barron, A. (1885) Footnotes, or Walking as a Fine Art. Connecticut: Wallingford Printing Company.
Brennan, T. and G. Cox (eds.) (1999) Guidebook: Three Manoeuvres byTim Brennan in London/E1 E2. London: Camerawork.
Careri, F. (2002) Walkscapes: Walking as an Aesthetic Practice. Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili.
Crab Man (2012) Counter-Tourism: The Handbook. Axminster: Triarchy Press.
Davila, T. (2007) Marcher, Créer : Déplacements, flâneries, dérives dans l’art de la fin du XXe siècle. Paris: Editions du Regard.
Elkin, L. (2016) Flaneuse: Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London. London: Chatto & Windus.
Evans, D. (ed.) (2012) The Art of Walking: A Field Guide. London: Black Dog Publishing.
Fischer, R. (2011) Walking Artists: Über die Entdeckung des Gehens in den performativen Künsten. Bielefeld: Transcript.
Fulton, H. (2010) Mountain Time, Human Time. Charta: Milano.
Fulton, H. (2000a) Magpie: Two River Walks. Lethbridge: Southern Alberta Art Gallery.
Fulton, H. (2000b) Wild Life: a Walk in the Cairngorms. Edinburgh: Pocketbooks.
Gleber, A. (1999) The Art of Taking a Walk: Flanerie, Literature and Film in Weimar Culture. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Gutberlet, M.H. and Snyman, C (eds.) (2012) Shoe Shop. Auckland Park: Fanele.
Ingold, T. and Vergunst, J. L. (eds.) (2008) Ways of Walking: Ethnography and Practice on Foot, London: Ashgate.
Long, R. (2007), Richard Long: Walking and Marking. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland).
Lippard, L. (1983) Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory, New York: Pantheon Books.
Mock, R. (ed) (2009) Walking, Writing and Performance, Intellect: Bristol.
O’Rourke, K. (2013) Walking and Mapping: Artists as Cartographers. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Pearson, M. and Shanks, M. (2001) Theatre/Archaeology: Disciplinary Dialogues. London: Routledge.
Pearson, M. (2006) ‘In comes I’ : performance, memory and landscape. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.
Pope, S. (2000) London Walking: A Handbook for Survival. Batsford: Batsford Ltd.
Qualmann, C. and C. Hind (2015) ways to wander. Axminster: Triarchy Press.
Richardson, T. (ed.) (2015) Walking Inside Out. London: Rowman and Littlefield.
Smith, P. (2015) Walking’s New Movement. Devon: Triarchy Press.
Smith, P. (2014) On Walking… and Stalking Sebald. Devon: Triarchy Press.
Smith, P. (2012) Counter-tourism: the handbook. Triarchy Press: Axminster.
Smith, P. (2010) Mythogeography. Devon: Triarchy Press.
Solnit, R. (2000) Wanderlust. New York: Viking.
Tester, K. (1994) The Flâneur. London: Routledge.
White, E. (2015) The Flâneur: A Stroll Through the Paradoxes of Paris. London: Bloomsbury.
Whitehead, S. (2006) Walking to Work Abercych, Pembrokeshire: Shoeless.
Wilkie, F. (2015) Performance, Transport and Mobility. New York City: Palgrave MacMillan.
Whybrow, N. (2011) Art and the City. London: I. B. Tauris, pp.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
Allen, J. and Penrhyn Jones, S. (2012) ‘Tilting at Windmills in a changing climate: a performative walking practice and dance-documentary film as an embodied mode of engagement and persuasion’, in Research in Drama Education 17(2), pp. 209-227.
Bannon, F. (2011) ‘Articulations: Walking as daily dance practice’, in Choreographic Practices, 1(1), pp. 97-109.
Bassett, K. (2004) ‘Walking as an aesthetic practice and a critical tool: some psychogeographic experiments’, in Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 28, pp. 397–410.
Block, E. (2006) ‘The Walking Project: Desire Lines, Walking and Mapping across Continents’, in Biserka C. (ed.) Dynamics of Communication: New Ways and New Actors. Zagreb: Institute for International Relations.
Becker, C. (2008) ‘Walking, Standing, Sitting Like a Duck: Three instances of invasive reparative behaviour’, in Performance Research, 13(3), pp. 139-145.
Boucris, L. (2014) ‘Territoires, Fraying at the Edges’, in Choreographic Dwellings: Practising Place. Palgrave: New York.
Butler, T. (2006) ‘A walk of art: the potential of the sound walk as a practice in cultural geography’ Social & Cultural Geography 7, (6) 889-908
Butler, T., and Miller, G. (2005) ‘Linked: A landmark in sound, a public walk of art.’ Cultural Geographies 12, pp. 77–88.
Casey, S., and Davies, G. (2015) ‘Lines of engagement: drawing walking tracking’, in Journal of Visual Art Practice, 14(1), pp. 72-83.
Chambers, I. (2004) The Aural Walk, in Warner, C.C.a.D. (ed.) Audio culture: readings in modern music. New York: Continuum, pp. 98–101.
Chesher, A. (2014) ‘Showing the Concealed as Concealed: on phenomenology and walking as art’, in The 64th Congress of Phenomenology, The World Institute of Phenomenology, 1-3 October, 2014, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy.
Cutler, R. L. (2014) “On Speculative Walking: From the Peripatetic to the Peristaltic,” in C Magazine, 121(Spring), pp. 10-13.
Dalton, C. and Mason-Deese, L. (2012) ‘Counter (Mapping) Actions: Mapping as Militant Research’, in, ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 11(3), pp. 439-466.
Darby, K. (2013) ‘Framing the Drift and Drifting the Frame: Walking with Wrights & Sites’, in New Theatre Quarterly, 29(01), pp. 48-60.
Dempster, E. (2008) “The Choreography of the Pedestrian”, in Performance Research 13(1), pp. 23–28.
Doonan, N. (2015) ‘Techniques of Making Public: The Sensorium Through Eating and Walking’, in Theatre Research in Canada, 36(1), pp. 52-72.
Edensor, T. (2010) ‘Walking in Rhythms: Place, Regulation, Style and the Flow of Experience’, in Visual Studies, 24(1) 69-78.
Edensor, T. (2000) ‘Walking in the British Countryside: Reflexivity, Embodied Practices and Ways to Escape’, in Body and Society, 6(3-4), pp. 81-106.
Eernstman, N. and Wals, A. (2013) ‘Locative Meaning-making: An Arts-based Approach to Learning for Sustainable Development’, in Sustainability, 5(4), 1645-1660.
Fenton, J. (2005) ‘Space, chance, time: walking backwards through the hours on the left and right banks of Paris’, in Cultural Geographies 12(4), pp. 412-428.
Fisher, T. (2011) ‘Aesthetics and the political: An essay on Francis Alys’s Green line’, in Cultural Critique, 78, pp. 1-26.
Forgione, N. (2005) ‘Everyday Life in Motion: The Art of Walking in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris’, in The Art Bulletin, 87(4), pp. 664-687.
Foster, S. L. (2002) ‘Walking and Other Choreographic Tactics: Danced Inventions of Theatricality and Performativity’, in SubStance, 31(2&3), pp. 125-146.
Gieskes, M. (2014) ‘The Green Line: Potency, Absurdity, and Disruption of Dichotomy in Francis Alÿs’s Intervention in Jerusalem’, in ed. Jeroen Goudeau, Wouter Weijers, and Mariëtte Verhoeven, The Imagined and Real Jerusalem in Art and Architecture. Brill: Leiden and Boston, pp. 33-58
Goodfellow, P. (2014) ‘Mapping art and experience to Systems Thinking’, in Journal of Professional Communication 3(2), pp. 103-123.
Hahn, D. (2014) ‘Performing Public Spaces, Staging Collective Memory: 50 Kilometres of Files by Rimini Protokoll’, in TDR: The Drama Review, 58(3), pp. 27-38.
Hancox, S. (2012) ‘Contemporary Walking Practices and the Situationist International: The Politics of Perambulating the Boundaries Between Art and Life’, in Contemporary Theatre Review, 22(2), pp. 237-250.
Hansen Lund, A. (2008) ‘Walking through a Liquid Forest of Symbols’, in Liminalities: A Journal for Performance Studies, 4(1). Available at http://liminalities.net/4-1/spacewars.pdf (Accessed 20 Apr. 2013)
Heddon, D. (2012) ‘Turning 40: 40 turns. Walking & friendship’, in Performance Research, 17(2). pp. 67-75.
Heddon, D. and Myers, M. (2014) ‘Stories from the walking library’, in Cultural Geographies, 21(4), pp. 639-655.
Heddon, D. and Turner, C (2012) ‘Walking Women: Shifting the Tales and Scales of Mobility’, Contemporary Theatre Review, 22(2), pp. 224-236.
Heddon, D., and Turner , C. (2010) ‘Walking women: interviews with artists on the move’, in Performance Research, 15(4). pp. 14-22.
Hewitt, A. (2005) ‘Stumbling and Legibility: Gesture and the Dialectic of Tact’, in Social Choreography: Ideology as Performance in Dance and Everyday Movement. Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 78-116.
Hodge, S., Persighetti, S., Smith, P., Turner, C., (2006) ‘A Manifesto for a New Walking Culture: dealing with the city’, Performance Research, 11(2).
Hopkins, D. J. (2003) ‘Mapping the Placeless Place: Pedestrian Performance in the Urban Spaces of Los Angeles’, Modern Drama, 46(2), pp. 261–284. doi: 10.3138/md.46.2.261.
Hubbard, P. M., O’Neill, S. Pink and A. Radley (eds) (2010) ‘Walking, Art and Ethnography’, a guest edited issue of Visual Studies, 25(1).
Jacks, B. (2007) ‘Walking and Reading in the Landscape’, in Landscape Journal, (26)2), pp. 270-286.
Jacks, B. (2006) ‘Walking the City: Manhattan Projects [Research and Debate], in Places, 18(1), pp. 68-75.
Jacks, B. (2004) ‘Reimagining Walking: Four Practices’, in Journal of Architectural Education, 57(3), pp. 5-9.
Jahangeer, D. A. (2009) ‘Market Versus Mall’, Global Times, 13.
Johnston, C. (2010) ‘Wandering Through Time: Francis Alÿs’s Paseos and the Circulation of Performance’, Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 6(2). Available at: http://liminalities.net/6-2/paseos.pdf (Accessed 14 November 2014).
Kisin, E. and Morrell, A. (2014) ‘Walking with Artists’, in C Magazine. 121(Spring).
Kuppers, P. (2015) ‘Disability Performance in the Streets: Art Actions in Post-Quake Christchurch’, in TDR: The Drama Review, 59(1), pp. 166-174.
Lavery, C. (2005) ‘The Pepys of London E11: Graeme Miller and the politics of Linked’, in New Theatre Quarterly 21(2), pp. 148–60.
Lorimer, H. (2011) ‘Walking: New Forms and Spaces for Studies of Pedestrianism’, in Geographies of Mobilities: Practices, Spaces Subject, Tim Creswell and Peter Merriman, eds. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 19-34.
Lorimer, H. and Lund, K. (2003), ‘Performing facts: finding a way over Scotland’s mountains’, in Szerszynski, B., Heim, W. and Waterton, C. (eds), Nature Performed: Environment, Culture and Performance. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 130–44.
Macfarlane, R. (2007), ‘Afterglow, or Sebald the walker’, in Waterlog: Journeys Around an Exhibition, pp. 78– 83.
Messias, N. (2016) ‘Sissy That Walk: The Sissy’s Progress’, in Campbell, A. and Farrier, S. (eds) Queer Dramaturgies: International Perspectives on Where Performance Leads Queer. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 279–292.
Miller, G. (2005) ‘Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk: Re-imagining the Urban Landscape’, in New Theatre Quarterly, 21(2), pp. 161-165.
Miller, H. (2012) ‘Walking the Elastic City: Total Detroit’, in Radical History Review, 114(Fall), pp. 191-205.
Moser, C. (2010) ‘Peripatetic liminality: W. G. Sebald and the tradition of the literary walk’, in Markus Zisselsberger (ed.) W. G. Sebald and the Poetics of Travel, Columbia, South Carolina: Camden House, pp. 37-62.
Myers, M. (2014) ‘Enduring Gravity: Footnotes of Walking and Duration’, in Choreographic Dwellings: Practising Place, Schiller, G. and Rubidge, S., eds. London: Palgrave.
Myers, M. (2011) ‘Vocal Landscaping: The theatricality of sound in audio walks’, in Theatre Noise, David Roesner and Lynne Kendrick, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 70-81.
Myers, M (2011) ‘Walking again lively: towards an ambulant and conversive methodology of performance and research‘, in Mobilities Journal, 6,(2), pp 183-201.
Myers, M. (2010) ‘Walk with me, talk with me: The art of conversive wayfinding’, in Visual Studies, 25(1), pp 59-68.
Myers, M. (2008) ‘Situations for Living: Performing Emplacement’, in Research in Drama Education 13(2), pp. 171-180.
Miller, E. (2014) ‘The Walk Exchange: Pedagogy and Pedestrianism An Interview with Moira Williams’, in C Magazine. 121(Spring).
New, S. and Belasco Rogers, D. (2010) ‘Me, You and Everywhere We Go: plan b’, in Performance Research, 15(4), pp. 23-31.
O’Neill, M. & Hubbard, P. (2010). ‘Walking, Sensing, Belonging: ethno-mimesis as performative praxis’, in Visual Studies 25(1), pp. 46-58.
O’Neill, M. (2015) ‘Participatory biographies: walking, sensing, belonging’, in ed. Maggie O’Niell, Brian Roberts and Andrew C. Sparkes, Advances in Biographical Methods. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 73-89.
Österlund-Pötzsch (2010) ‘The Tourist Gait as Tactic and Performance’, in Ethnologia Europaea, 40(2), pp. 14-28.
Overall, S. (2015) ‘Walking against the current: Generating creative responses to place’, in Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 8(1), pp. 11-28.
Owen, L. (2013) ‘Robert Wilson, Walking’, in Contemporary Theatre Review, 23(4), pp. 568-573.
Patrick, M. (2007) ‘Snapshots from an Indefinite Vacation’, in Afterimage, 34(6), pp. 8-11.
Phillips, Andrea (2005) ‘Walking and Looking’, Cultural Geographies, 12(4) pp. 507-513.
Phillips, R. (2015) ‘Playful and multi-sensory fieldwork: seeing, hearing and touching New York’, in Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39(4), pp. 617-629.
Pilkington, Esther & Nachbar, Martin (2012) ‘We Always Arrive in the Theatre on Foot’, in Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, 17(2), pp. 30-35.
Pinder, D. (2009) ‘Errant paths: the poetics and politics of walking’, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29(4), pp. 672 – 692.
Pinder, D. (2006) ‘Urban encounters: dérives from Surrealism ‘, in E. Adamowivz (ed.) Surrealism: Crossing/Frontiers, Bern: Peter Lang Academic Publishers, pp. 39-64.
Pinder, David (2005) ‘Arts of Urban Exploration’, Cultural Geographies, 12(4) pp. 383-411.
Pinder, D. (2001) ‘Ghostly footsteps: Voices, memories and walks in the city’, in Ecumene 8(1), pp. 1–19.
Pink, S., Hubbard, P., O’Neill, M., and Radley, A. (2010) ‘Walking across disciplines: from ethnography to arts practice’, in Visual Studies, 25(1), pp. 1-7.
Pink, S. (2007) ‘Walking with video’, in Visual Studies, 22(3), pp. 240-252.
Plate, L. (2006) ‘Walking in Virginia Woolf’s footsteps’, in Cultural Studies, 9(1), pp. 101-120.
Pope, S. (2014) ‘Walking Transformed: The Dialogics of Art & Walking’, in C Magazine. 121(Spring), pp. 14-19.
Paraskevopoulou, O., D. Charitos, and C. Rizopoulous (2008) ‘Location-specific art practices that challenge the traditional conception of mapping’, in artnodes, 8.
Robbins, C. N. (2015) ‘Tania Bruguera: The Structure of Address after the Participatory Turn’, in Minnesota Review, 85, pp. 170-179.
Robertson, K. (2008) ‘”Try to Walk with the Sound of my Footsteps”: The Surveillant Body in Contemporary Art’, in The Communication Review, 11, pp. 24-41.
Rosner, D., Saegusa, H., Freidland, J., & Chambliss, A. (2015) ‘Walking by Drawing’. University of Washington. Available at http://depts.washington.edu/tatlab/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/CHI_Trace_2015.pdf (Accessed 19 March 2015).
Ross, C. (2013) ‘Movement That Matters Historically: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s 2012 Alter Banhof Video Walk’, Discourse, 35(2), pp. 212-227.
Rossiter, B. and Gibson, K. (2003) ‘Walking and performing ‘the city’: a Melbourne chronicle’, in Bridge, G. and Watson, S. (eds) A Companion to the City. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 437–447.
Ruitenberg, C. (2012) ‘Learning by walking: non-formal education as curatorial practice and intervention in public space’, in International Journal of Lifelong Education: Special Issue: Aesthetic practice and adult education, 31(3), pp. 261-275.
Ryave, A. L., & Schenkein, J. N. (1974) ‘Notes on the art of walking’, in R. Turner (Ed.), Ethnomethodology. Middlesex, England: Penguin Books, pp. 265–274.
Smith, K. (2015) ‘Stumping and Stunts: Walking in Circles in the “Go-As-You-Please” Race’, in TDR, 59(2), pp. 129-150.
Smith, P. (2014)’Performative Walking In Zombie Towns’, in Studies in Theatre & Performance, 34(3), pp. 219-228.
Smith, P. (2013) ‘Walking-Based Arts: A Resource for Tour Guides?’ in Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 13(2), pp. 103-114.
Smith, P. (2010) ‘Tourists/Terrorists – Useful Ambiguities in a Search for Models’, Rhizomes, Winter(21). Available at: http://www.rhizomes.net/issue21/smith/index.html (Accessed: 7 April 2016).
Smith, P. (2010) ‘The contemporary derive: a partial review of issues concerning the contemporary practice of psychogeography’, in Cultural Geographies, 17(103), pp. 103-122.
Smith, P. (2009) “Actors As Signposts: A Model for Site-based and Ambulatory Performance”, in New Theatre Quarterly, 25(2), pp. 159-171.
Smith, P. (2009) ‘Theatrical-political possibilities in contemporary procession’, in Studies in Theatre and Performance, 29(1), pp. 15-31.
Smith, P. (2003) ‘A Short History of the future of Walking’, in Rhizomes, 7(Fall).
Somdahl-Sands, K. (2015) ‘Witnessing dance in the streets’, in V. Hunter (ed.) Moving Sites: Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance. London: Routledge, pp. 274-292.
Sotelo, L. C. (2010) ‘Looking backwards to walk forward: Walking, collective memory and the site of the intercultural in site-specific performance’, in Performance Research, 15(4), pp. 57-67.
Sotelo, L. C. (2010) ‘Participation Cartography: blurring the boundaries of space and autobiography by means of performance’, in RiDE: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 15(4), pp. 593-609.
Tompkins, Joanne (2011) ‘Site Specific Theatre and Political Engagement Across Space and Time: The Psychogeographic Mapping of British Petroleum in Platform’s And While London Burns’, Theatre Journal, 63(2), p. 225-243.
Truman, S. and S. Springgay (2016) ‘Propositions for Walking Research’, in P. Burnard, E. Mackinlay and K. Powell (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research. Routledge: Abingdon.
Vachon, Marc (2004) ‘From flaneur to arpenteur ‘ in Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays, edited by Michelle Kuly, John C. Lehr and John Selwood, 7(October), Winnipeg: University of Winnipeg Department of Geography.
Vergunst, J. and Vermehren, A. (2013) “The Art of Slow Sociality: Movement, Aesthetics and Shared Understanding”, in Cambridge Anthropology 30(1), pp. 127-142.
Wood, D. (2010) ‘Lynch Debord: About Two Psychogeographies’, in Cartographica, 45(3), pp. 185-200.
Theses and Dissertations:
Araya, K. (2004) Walking in the City: The Motif of Exile in Performances by Krzysztof Wodiczko and Adrian Piper. Doctoral Thesis, Concordia University.
Arnold, B.T. (2008) The re-presentation of the ephemeral act; language, walking and misinterpretation. Masters Thesis, Dartington College of Arts.
Arnold, B.T. (2016) Walking Home: The path as transect in an 800km autoethnographic enquiry. Doctoral Thesis, Falmouth University.
Bieri, A. H. (2015) Walking in Late Capitalism – Dialectic of Aestheticization and Commodification, Doctoral Dissertation, Virginia Tech University.
Bridger, A.J. (2009) Psychogeography, September 11th 2001 and the Aftermath: Extending Qualitative Methods in Psychology, Doctoral Thesis, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Butler, T. (2007) Memoryscape and sound walks: mapping oral history on the River Thames, Doctoral Thesis, Royal Holloway, University of London.
Carlaw, D. R. (2008) The flâneur as foreigner : ethnicity, sexuality and power in twentieth century New York writing, Doctoral Thesis, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Chaves, R. (2013) Performing sound in place: field recording, walking and mobile transmission, Doctoral Thesis, Queen’s University Belfast.
Corvo Ponce, J. (2013) Walking art: Prácitca, experiencia y proceso generadores de paisaje y pensamiento, Doctoral Thesis, Universitat de Barcelona.
Darby, K. (2012) Pedestrian Performance: A Mapped Journey, Doctoral Thesis, University of Exeter.
Dawsey, J. C. (2008) The Uses of Sidewalks: Women, Art, and Urban Space, 1966–1980. Doctoral Thesis. Stanford University.
Doughty, K. (2011) Walking and well-being: landscape, affect, rhythm, Doctoral Thesis, University of Southampton.
Hagglund, Elizabeth. (2000) Tourists And Travellers: Women’s Non-Fictional Writing About Scotland 1770-1830, Doctoral Thesis, University of Birmingham.
Lomask, L. (2014) Modernity in Stride: Walking in Modern Spanish Literature. Doctoral Dissertation, Yale University.
McGarrigle, C. (2012) The Construction of Locative Situations: the Production of Agency in Locative Media Art Practice, Doctoral Thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.
Middleton, J. (2008) The walkable city: the dimensions of walking and overlapping walks of life, Doctoral Thesis, University of London.
Myers, M. (2009) Homing Place: Towards a Participatory, Ambulant and Conversive Methodology, Doctoral Thesis, University of Plymouth.
O’Byrne, A. (2003) Walking, Rambling, and Promenading in Eighteenth Century London: A Literary and Cultural History, Doctoral Thesis, University of York.
Phillips, A. (2004) Walking into trouble: the ethics and aesthetics of the pedestrian, Doctoral Thesis, University of London.
Phillips, P. (2007) Fieldwork/Fieldwalking: art, sauntering and science in the walking country, Doctoral Thesis, Edith Cowan University.
Psarras, Vasileios. 2015. Emotive Terrains: Exploring the emotional geographies of city through walking as art, senses and embodied technologies, Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Ramsden, H. (2011) Walking and civic dialogue : a critical and performative investigation of the relationship of walkers to their immediate neighbourhood and environment, Doctoral Thesis, University of the West of England, Bristol.
Shih Pearson, J. (2012) In the In-between: Embodying the Intercultural in Performance, Doctoral Thesis, University of Sydney.
Smith, P. (2013) Mythogeographic performance and performative interventions in spaces of heritage tourism, Doctoral Thesis, University of Plymouth.
Sotelo Castro, L. C. (2009) Participation Cartography: Performance, Space, and Subjectivity, Doctoral Thesis, University of Northampton.
Vogl, R.J. (2007) Walk this way: The urban interventions of Francis Alys and Diane Borsato, Masters Dissertation, Carleton University.
Watson, D. (2012) Wild Ryde, Doctoral Thesis, The University of Sydney.
Waxman, L. (2010) A few steps in a revolution of everyday life: Walking with the Surrealists, the Situationist International, and Fluxus, Doctoral Dissertation, New York University.
Aitchison, B. (2014) ‘The Walking Encyclopaedia’ Available at: http://www.airspacegallery.org/ index.php/projects/the_walking_encyclopaedia (Accessed 11 Feb 2014).
deCordova Museum (2014) ‘Walking Sculpture 1967-2015’. Available at: http://www.decordova.org/art/exhibition/walking-sculpture-1967%E2%80%932015
Fulton, H. (2012) Walking in Relation to Everything. Ikon Gallery: Birmingham.
Horodner, S. (2002) Walk Ways. New York: Independent Curators International.
Irvine, K. (2013) Of Walking. Exhibition held at Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, 18 October-20 December [Exhibition catalogue].
Miller, E. (2013) Artists’ Walks: The Persistence of Peripateticism. Exhibition held at Dorsky Curatorial Projects, New York City, 8 September to 17 November [Exhibition Catalogue]
Nadarajan, G. (2000) Ambulations: An exhibition of contemporary works based on the notion of walking. Singapore: Earl Lu Gallery.
New Museum (2012) ‘“Museum as Hub: Walking Drifting Dragging” Presents Works by Four Emerging Artists Selected in Collaboration with International Partner Organizations’ [Press Release].
Reichuret, M. (2000) Les Figures de la marche, un siècle d’arpenteurs de Rodin à Neuman : Exposition, Antibes, Musée Picasso (1er juillet 2000-14 janvier 2001). Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux.
Walking the Land (2014) ‘Laurie Lee Walks Programme| Bursaries | Exhibition’. Walking Artists Network, 25 Jan. Available email: WAN@jiscmail.ac.uk.
Other Texts related to Walking
Algeo, M. (2014) Pedestrianism: When Watching People Walk Was America’s Favorite Spectator Sport. Chicago: Chicago Review Press.
Amato, J. (2004) On Foot: A History of Walking. New York City: New York University Press.
Augoyard, J. F. (2007) Step by Step: Everyday Walks in a French Urban Housing Project. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.
Balzac, H. (1978) Théorie de la demarche. Paris: Pandora.
Barr, O. (2016) A Jurisprudence of Movement: Common Law, Walking, Unsettling Place. New York: Routledge.
Baxter, J. (2011) The Most Beautiful Walk in the World: A Pedestrian in Paris. New York: Harper Perennial.
Bone, J. (1925) The London Perambulator. New York: Knopf.
Castle, A. (1991) Challenge Walking. London: A. and C. Black.
Coleman, S. and Eade, J. (eds.) (2003) Reframing Pilgrimage: Cultures in Motion. London: Routledge.
Coverley, M. (2012) The Art of Wandering: The writer as walker. Harpenden: Oldcastle Books.
Cresswell, T. (2001) The Tramp in America. London: Reaktion Books.
Cresswell, T. and Merriman, P. (eds.) (2011) Geographies of Mobility: Practices, Spaces, Subjects. Farnham: Ashgate.
Evans, E. (1819) A Pedestrious Tour, of Four Thousand Miles, Through The Western States and Territories, During the Winter and Spring of 1813. Concord, NH: Joseph C. Spear.
Gilbert, R. (1991) Walks in the World: Representation and Experience in Modern American Poetry. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Gros, F. (2014) A Philosophy of Walking. London: Verso.
Hare, A. (1880) Walks in London. London: Routledge.
Haultain, A. (1915) Of Walks and Walking Tours: An Attempt to Find a Philosophy and a Creed. London: T. Werner Laurie.
Hesse, H. (1973) Wandering: Notes and Sketches. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
Hill, M. R. (1984) Walking, Crossing Streets, and Choosing Pedestrian Routes: A Survey of Recent Insights from the Social/Behavioral Sciences. University of Nebraska Studies, New Series 66, Lincoln: University of Nebraska.
Iezzoni, L. (2003) When Walking Fails: Mobility Problems of Adults with Chronic Conditions. Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Ingold, T. (2011) Being alive: Essays on movement, knowledge and description. Abingdon: Routledge.
Ingold, T. and J. Vergunst, eds. (2008) Ways of walking: Ethnography and practice on foot. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Jarvis, R. (1997) Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Landry, D. (2001) The Invention of the Countryside: Hunting, Walking and Ecology in English Literature, 1671–1831. New York: Palgrave.
La Roche, S. (1720?) The Lady’s Ramble: or, the Female Nightwalker. London.
Marples, M. (1959) Shank’s Pony: A Study of Walking. London: J.M. Dent and Sons.
Micallef, S. (2010) Stroll: Psychogeographic Walking Tours of Toronto. Toronto: Coach House Books.
Miller, A. (2011) Slow Motion: Stories About Walking. Auckland Park, South Africa: Jacana Media.
Mitchell, E. (ed.) (1979) The Pleasures of Walking. Bourne End, Bucks: Spurbooks.
Murray, G. (1939) The Gentle Art of Walking. London: Blackie.
Nicholson, G. (2011) The Lost Art of Walking: The History, Science, Philosophy, Literature, Theory and Practice of Pedestrianism. Whistable: Harbour Books.
Nord, D. E. (1995) Walking the Victorian Streets. Cornell University Press: Ithaca.
Peace Pilgrim (1982) Peace Pilgrim: Her Life and Work in Her Own Words. Santa Fe: Friends of Peace Pilgrim and Ocean Tree Books.
Pile, S. (2005) Real Cities: Modernity, Space and the Phantasmagoric, London: Sage.
Robinson, J. (1989) The Walk: Notes on a Romantic Image. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Segrave, K. (2006) American on Foot: Walking and Pedestrianism in the 20th Century. Jefferson: McFarland and Co.
Shehadeh, R. (2007) Palestinian Walks: Notes on a Vanishing Landscape. London: Profile Books.
Shell, M. (2015) Talking the Walk and Walking the Talk: A Rhetoric of Rhythm. New York: Fordham University Press.
Shelley, M. W. (1844) Rambles in Germany and Italy in 1840, 1842, and 1843. London: E. Moxon
Shortell, T. and E. Brown (2014) Walking in the European City: Quotidian Mobility and Urban Ethnography. Farnham: Ashgate.
Sidgwick, A. (1912) Walking Essays. London: E. Arnold.
Wallace, A. (1993) Walking, Literature and English Culture. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Wallace, J. (2012) It Can be Solved by Walking, Baltimore: CityLit Press.
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Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Adams, P.C. (2001) ‘Peripatetic Imaginery and Peripatetic Sense of Place’, in eds. P.C. Adams, S. Hoelscher and K.e. Till, Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 186-206.
Alfonzo, M. (2005) ‘To Walk or not to Walk? The Hierarchy of Walking Needs’, in Environment and Behavior, 37, pp. 808-836
Atkins, M., & Laing, M. (2012) ‘Walking the beat and doing business: Exploring spaces of male sex work and public sex’, in Sexualities, 15(5-6), pp. 622-643
Anderson, J. (2004) ‘Talking whilst walking: a geographical archaeology of Knowledge’, Area 36(3), pp. 254–261.
Bailey, A. E. (2012) ‘Flights of distance, time and fancy: Women pilgrims and their journeys in English medieval miracle narratives’, in Gender & History, 24(2), pp. 292-309.
Bendiner-Viani, G. (2005) ‘Walking, emotion, and dwelling’, in Space and Culture, 8(4), pp. 459-471.
Bennett, S. (2008) ‘Universal experience: the city as tourist stage’, in T. Davis (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 76-90
Bonilla, Y. (2011) ‘The Past is Made by Walking: Labor Activism and Historical Production in Postcolonial Guadeloupe’, in Cultural Anthropology, 26(3) pp. 313-339.
Bairner, A. (2011) ‘Urban Walking and the Pedagogies of the Street’, in Sport, Education & Society, 16(3), pp. 371-384.
Baran, P., Rodriguez, D. and A. Khattak (2008) ‘Space Syntax and Walking in New Urbanism and Suburban Neighbourhoods’, in Journal of Urban Design, 13(1), pp. 5-28.
Blackwell, M. (2005) ‘A walk on the south west coast path: A view from the other side’, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geography, 30(4), pp. 518-520.
Bostock, L., 2001. Pathways of disadvantage? Walking as a mode of transport among low‐income mothers. Health Soc. Care Community 9, 11–18.
Brog, W. and Erl, E. (2001) ‘Walking—a neglected mode in transport surveys’, in Proceedings of Australia: Walking the 21st Century; An International Walking Conference. Perth, February, pp. 69–79.
Brown, K. (2014) ‘Leave only footprints? How traces of movement shape the appropriation of space’, in Cultural Geographies, 21 Nov.
Candy, J. (2004), ‘Landscape and perception: the medieval pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela from an archaeological perspective’, in e-Sharp: Journeys of Discovery, 4.
Carpiano, R. M. (2009) ‘Come take a walk with me: The “Go-along” interview as a novel method for studying the implications of place for health and well-being’, in Health and Place, 15(1), pp. 263-272.
Corfield, P. J. (1990) ‘Walking the City Streets: The Urban Odyssey in Eighteenth-Century England’, in Journal of Urban History. 16(2), pp. 132-174.
Costa, M. (2010) ‘Interpersonal Distances in Group Walking’. In Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 34(1), pp. 15-26.
Crochunis, T. (2009) ‘Captain Barclay’s Performance: Decoding Pedestrianism in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain’, in A. Esterhammer and A. J. Dick (eds.) Spheres of Action: Speech and Performance in Romantic Culture. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 248-272.
Darker, C., Larkin, M., and French, D. (2007) ‘An exploration of walking behaviour—An interpretive phenomenological approach’, in Social Science & Medicine, 65(10), pp. 2172-2183.
Davidsson Bremborg, A. (2013) ‘Creating sacred space by walking in silence: Pilgrimage in a late modern Lutheran context’, in Social Compass, 60(4), pp. 544-560.
Demerath, L., and Levinger, D. (2003) ‘The social qualities of being on foot: a theoretical analysis of pedestrian activity, community, and culture’, in City and Community, 2(3), pp. 217- 237.
Dobson, S. (2011) ‘Sustaining place through community walking initiatives’, in Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 1(2), pp. 109-121.
Edensor, T. (2000), ‘Walking in the British Countryside: reflexivity, embodied practices and ways to escape’ Body and Society 6(3–4): 81–106.
Ekkekakis, P., Backhouse, S.H., Gray, C., Lind, E., 2008. Walking is popular among adults but is it pleasant? A framework for clarifying the link between walking and affect as illustrated in two studies. Psychol. Sport Exerc. 9, 246–264.
Entwistle, D. (2012) ‘The Whit walks of Hyde: Glorious spectacle, religious witness, and celebration of a custom’, in Journal of Religious History, 36(2), pp. 204-233
Errázuriz, T. (2011) ‘When walking became serious: Reshaping the role of pedestrians in Santiago, 1900-1931’, in The Journal of Transport History, 32(1), pp. 39-65.
Evans, J., & P. Jones (2011) ‘The walking interview: Methodology, mobility and place’, in Applied Geography, 31(2), pp. 849-858.
Gemzoe, L. (2001) ‘Copenhagen on foot: thirty years of planning and development’, in World Transport Policy and Practice 7, pp. 19–27.
Gilbert M. (2008) ‘Walking Together: A Paradigmatic Social Phenomenon’, in Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 15(1), pp. 1-14.
Green, J., 2009. Walk this way’: public health and the social organization of walking. Soc. Theory Health 7, 20–38.
Hall, T. (2009) ‘Footwork: Moving and Knowing in Local Space(s)’ in Qualitative Research 9(5) 571-585.
Hall, T. & R. J. Smith (2013) ‘Stop and Go: A Field Study of Pedestrian Practice, Immobility and Urban Outreach Work’, in Mobilities, 8(2), pp. 272-292.
Harper, M. (2007) ‘Pedestrian Prose: The Travel Writing of Mogford Hamlet, Bushwalker’, in Studies in Travel Writing 11(1), pp. 37-58.
Ingold, T. (2010) ‘Footprints through the weather world: Walking, breathing and knowing’, in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 17(1), pp. 121-139.
Ingold, T. (2004), ‘Culture on the ground: the world perceived through the feet’, in Journal of Material Culture 9(3), pp. 315–40.
Jenks, C. and T. Neeves (2000) ‘A Walk in the Wild Side: Urban Ethnography Meets the Flâneur’, in Journal for Cultural Research, 4(1), pp. 1-17.
Jones, P., Bunce, G., Evans, J., Gibbs, H., and Ricketts Hein, J. (2008) ‘Exploring space and place with walking interviews’, in Journal of Research Practice, 4(2), pp. 1-9.
Kärrholm, M.., Johansson, M., Lindelow, D. and Ferreira, I. A. (2014) ‘Interseriality and Different Sorts of Walking: Suggestions for a Relational Approach to Urban Walking’, in Mobilities, 1 Dec.
Keinänen, M. (2015) ‘Taking your mind for a walk: a qualitative investigation of walking and thinking among nine Norwegian academics’, in Higher Education, 24 July, pp. 1-13.
Kelly, C. E., Tight, M. R., Hodgson, F. C., & Page, M. W. (2011) ‘A comparison of three methods for assessing the walkability of the pedestrian environment’, in Journal of Transport Geography, 19(6), pp. 1500-1508.
Kuoppa, J. (2013) ‘Beyond Vague Promises of Liveability: An Exploration of Walking in Everyday Life’, in Urban and Landscape Perspectives, 15, pp. 157-170.
Kusenbach, M. (2003) ‘Street phenomenology’, in Ethnography, 4(3),pp. 455-485.
Lee, J., and T. Ingold (2006) ‘Fieldwork on foot: Perceiving, routing, socialising’, in Locating the field: Space, place and context in anthropology, edited by S. Coleman and P. Collins. Oxford: Berg.
Leyshon, M. (2011) ‘The struggle to belong: Young people on the move in the countryside’ in Population, Space and Place, 17(4), pp. 304-325.
Lund, H. (2002) ‘Pedestrian environments and sense of community’, in Journal of Planning Education and Research, 21, pp. 301–312.
MacAuley, D. (2000) ‘Walking the City: An Essay on Peripatetic Practices and Politics’, in Capitalism Nature Socialism, 11(4), pp. 3-43.
Macpherson, H. (2009) ‘Articulating blind touch: Thinking through the feet’, in The Senses and Society, 4(2), pp. 179-193.
Macpherson, H.M. (2008), ‘“I don’t know why they call it the Lake District they might as well call it the rock district!” The workings of humour and laughter in research with members of visually impaired walking groups’, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26(6), pp. 1080–95.
Manning, R. (2012) ‘Long Walks, Deep Thoughts’, in Chronicle of Higher Education. Chronicle Review,Dec., pp. B12-B13.
Michael, M. (2000) ‘These boots are made for walking … : mundane technology, the body, and human–environment relations’, in Body and Society, 6, pp. 107–126.
Middleton, J. (2011) ‘Walking in the City: The Geographies of Everyday Pedestrian Practices’, in Geography Compass, 5(2), pp. 90-105.
Middleton, J. (2010) ‘Sense and the city: exploring the embodied geographies of urban walking’, in Social & Cultural Geography, 11(6), pp. 576-596
Middleton, J. (2009) ‘Stepping in time’: walking, time and space in the city, Environment and Planning A 41: 1943–1961.
Moles, K. (2008) ‘A Walk in Thirdspace: Place, Methods, Walking’, in Sociological Research Online, 13(4). Available at http://www.socresonline.org.uk/13/4/2.html (Accessed 10 June 2012).
Morris, B. (2004) ‘What we talk about when we talk about ‘walking in the city’, in Cultural Studies, 18,
Morris, N. and Cant. S. (2006), ‘Engaging with place: artists, site-specificity and the hebden bridge sculpture trail’, in Social and Cultural Geography 7(6), pp. 863– 88.pp. 675–697.
Moussaïd M, Perozo N, Garnier S, Helbing D, Theraulaz G (2010) ‘The Walking Behaviour of Pedestrian Social Groups and Its Impact on Dynamics’, in Plos ONE, 5(4).
Murphy, O. (2013) ‘Jane Austen’s “excellent walker”: Pride, prejudice, and pedestrianism’, in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 26(1), pp. 121-142.
Ogilvie, D., Foster, C., Rothnie, H., 2007. Interventions to promote walking: systematic review. BMJ 334, 1204–1207.
Oppezzo, M., & Schwartz, D. L. (2014) ‘Give your ideas some legs: The positive effect of walking on creative thinking’, in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40(4), pp. 1142-1152
Palmer, S. (2001) ‘”I Prefer Walking”: Jane Austen and the Pleasantest Part of the Day, in Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal, 23, pp. 154-165.
Paquette, D., & McCartney, A. (2012) ‘Soundwalking and the bodily exploration of places’, in Canadian Journal of Communication, 37(1), pp. 135-145.
Pena M. and Meyler, D. (2008) ‘Walking with Latinas in the Struggle for Justice’, in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 24(2), pp. 97-113.
Phillips, L., & Willis, L.-D. (2014) ‘Walking and talking with living texts: Breathing life against static standardisation’, in English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 13(1), pp. 76-94
Pink, S. (2008) ‘An urban tour: The sensory sociality of ethnographic place-making’, in Ethnography, 9(2), pp. 175-196.
Reiss, M. (2005) ‘Forgotten Pioneers of the National Protest March: The National League of the Blind’s Marches to London, 1920 & 1936’, in Labour History Review, 70(2), pp. 133-165.
Sandell, D. (2013) ‘Mexican pilgrimage, migration, and discovery of the sacred’, in Journal of American Folklore, 126(502), pp. 361-384.
Serlin, D. (2012) ‘On Walkers and Wheelchairs: Disabling the Narratives of Urban Modernity’, in Radical History Review, 114, pp. 19-28.
Shehadeh, R., Lewycka, M., & Seaton, J. (2009) ‘Two walks: Palestine and the Peak District. A conversation between Raja Shehadeh and Marina Lewycka, September 2008’, in Political Quarterly, 80(1), pp. 4-16.
Slavin, S. (2003) ‘Walking as spiritual practice: The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela’, in Body & Society, 9(3), pp. 1-18.
Smith, K. (2015) ‘Stumping and Stunts: Walking in Circles in the “Go-As-You-Please” Race’, in TDR, 59(2), pp. 129-150.
Stead, N. (2010) ‘Writing the city, or, the story of a Sydney walk’, in NORA—Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 18(4), pp. 226-245
Thoreau, H. D. (1909-1914) ‘Walking’, in Essays: English and American. Vol. XXVIII. The Harvard Classics. New York: P.F. Collier & Son.
Tuckel, P. and Milczarski, W. (2015) ‘Walk ScoreTM, Perceived Neighborhood Walkability, and Walking in the US’, in American Journal of Health Behavior, 39(2), pp. 241-55.
Vergunst, J. (2010) ‘Rhythms of walking: History and presence in a city street’, in Space and Culture, 13(4), pp. 376-388.
Waitt, G., Gill, N., & Head, L. (2009) ‘Walking practice and suburban nature-talk’, in Social & Cultural Geography, 10(1), pp. 41-60.
Wevers, L. (2004) ‘The Pleasure of Walking’, in New Zealand Journal of History, 38(1), pp.
Wiley, D. (2010) ‘A Walk about Rome: Tactics for Mapping the Urban Periphery’, in Architectural Theory Review 15(1), pp. 9-29.
Wolff, M. (1973), ‘Notes on the behaviour of pedestrians’, in Birenbaum, A. and Sagarin, E. (eds), People and Places: the Sociology of the Familiar. New York: Praeger.
Wunderlich, F. (2008) ‘Walking and rhythmicity: Sensing urban space’ Journal of Urban Design 13(1), pp. 125–39.
Wylie, J. (2005) ‘A single day’s walking: Narrating self and landscape on the South West Coast Path’, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(2), pp. 234–47.
Zacharias, J. (2001) ‘Pedestrian Behavior and Perception in Urban Walking Environments’, in Journal of Planning Literature, 25(1), pp. 73-83.