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Module Reading List

Creative Interventions in the City, 2021/22, Semester 1
Lisa Matera
L.M.Matera@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Thinking about the Modern City - week 1

Harvey, David. 2012. Rebel cities. London: Verso.

Hubbard, P. 2006. City, London: Routledge.

Le Gates, R.T and Stout, F. eds. 2016. The City Reader. London: Routledge. 

Lin, J. and Mele, C. eds. 2013. The Urban Sociology Reader. London: Routledge. 

OECD (2015), "How cities affect citizens, countries and the environment", in The Metropolitan Century: Understanding Urbanisation and its Consequences, OECD Publishing, Paris.

 Saunders, P. 1986. Social theory and the urban question. London: Routledge.  

Walking in the City - week 2

Bates, B. R. and Quinlan M.M. 202. 'Walking in the City': Performance of Strategies and Tactics in the 1985 Bus Accessibility Protests. Disability Studies Quarterly. 32 (1).

de Certeau, Michel. 1988. The practice of everyday life. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. Introduction and chapter 7    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Collie, N. 2013. Walking in the City; urban space, stories and gender. Gender forum. (42).

Meagher, S.M. 2007. Philosophy in the Streets, Walking the city with Engles and De Certeau. City. 11 (1), pp. 7-20.

Middleton, J. 2011. Walking in the City: The Geographies of Everyday Pedestrian Practices. Geography Compass. 5 (2), pp.90-105.

Morris, B. 2004. What we talk about when we talk about ‘walking in the city’ 1. Cultural Studies. 18 (5), pp. 675-697.

Rosenberg, E. 2012. Walking in the City; Memory and Space.  The Journal of Architecture: Critical perspectives on landscape. 17 (1), pp.131-149.

 

Theorising the City - week 2 and 3

Andreotti Libero and Costa Xavier. 1996. Theory of the dérive and other situationist writings on the cityBarcelona : Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona.

Bates, Catherine. 2013. Sustainable urban foraging in the Canadian metropolis: rummaging through Rita Wong's Forage and Nicholas Dickner's Nikolski. British Journal of Canadian Studies. 26 (2) 191-212,297.  (Available online)   

Blomley, Nicholas K. 2004. Unsettling the city : urban land and the politics of property. London: Routledge (Available online)  

Braham, P and Wagg, S. 2009. Sport and Leisure in the Urban City. Farnham: Ashgate.  

Breward Christopher and Gilbert, David (eds.). 2006. Fashions world cities. Oxford: Berg.

Collingwood, Lori and Gonzalez O'Brien, Benjamin. 2017. Sanctuary Cities. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Davis, Mike. 2006. City of Quarz: excavating the future in Los Angeles London: Verso. (Available online). 

Deslandes, A. 2017. Sanctuary cities are as old as the bible. [Online]. [Accessed September 27 2019]. Available from: https://daily.jstor.org/sanctuary-cities-as-old-as-bible/ 

Desmond, Matthew. 2016. Evicted : poverty and profit in the American cityLondon : Allen Lane

Dibazar, Pedram; Naeff, Judith. 2019. Visualizing the street: new practices of documenting, navigating and imagining the city Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (Available online). 

Ferrel, Jeff. 1996. Crimes of style: urban graffiti and the politics of criminality. Boston, Mass: North Eastern University Press.

Harvey, David. 2012. Rebel cities. London: Verso.

Jayne, M and Ward, K. 2017. Urban theory: new critical perspectives. London: Routledge.

Knox, P. 2010. Cities and design. London: Routledge.

Kim, Annette. 2015. Sidewalk City: Re-mapping Public Space in Ho Chi Minh CityUniversity of Chicago Press: 2015.

LeGates, R., & Stout, F. 2011. The city reader. 5th ed. London: Routledge.

Lemes de Oliveira, Fabiano. (eds); Mell, Ian. (eds). 2019. Planning Cities with Nature Theories, Strategies and MethodsCham : Springer International Publishing. Available online.

Ker, Leslie. 2020. Feminist City; Claiming Space in a Man-made Word. London: Verso

Minton, A. 2009. Ground Control: Fear and happiness in the twenty-first century city. London: Penguin

Parker, Simon. 2015. Urban theory and the urban experience. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge. Available online.

Rivlin, P. and González, S. (2018) Public markets: Spaces for sociability under threat? The case of Leeds’ Kirkgate Market. In González, S (Ed.): Contested Markets Contested Cities. Gentrification and urban justice in retail spaces, London: Routledge, pp. 131 – 149.  

Rosenfeld, L and Wacquant, L. 2009.  Exploring the city with Bourdieu : Applying Pierre Bourdieu's theories and methods to study the community. Saarbrücken, Germany : VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

Stein, S. 2019. Capital City: Gentrification and the real estate stateLondon: Verso. 

Tonkiss, F. 2005. Space, the city and social theory: social relations and urban forms. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Walls, R. 2011. Visibility in Vancouver: Screen Stories and Surveillance of the Downtown Eastside. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. 

Zukin, S. 2010. Naked city : the death and life of authentic urban places. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Available online)

 

Researching the city week 4

Pauwels, L. 2016. Visually researching and communicating the city: A systematic assessment of methods and resources. International Journal of Communication 10, pp. 1309-1330. (Available online)    

Ward, K. 2014. Researching the city. Los Angeles; London, etc.: Sage. 

Urban Geography. Online Journal which publishes original papers on problem-oriented current research by geographers and other social scientists on urban policy; race, poverty, and ethnicity in the city; international differences in urban form and function; historical preservation; the urban housing market; and provision of services and urban economic activity.

 

Research on Leeds - week 4

Adams, S., Alexander, E., Henderson-Merrygold, J., Moore, C., Skehan, H., Smith, H., & Sparks, A. (2014). Religious Mapping of Chapeltown: The Complexity of Community and Identity in Chapeltown. University of Leeds Community Religions Project. 

Leeds City Council. 2018. Leeds Inclusive Growth Strategy. [Online]. [Accessed August 31 2018]. Available from: http://www.leedsgrowthstrategy.co.uk/

Mason, A. (1994). Religion in Leeds . Far Thrupp: Sutton.  Minnis, J., & Mitchell, T. (2007). Religion and place in Leeds. Swindon: English Heritage. 

Meegan, R. 2014.City profile - Leeds. Cities.42, pp. 42-53 [Online] [Accessed October 1 2018]. Available from: https://0-www-sciencedirect-com.wam.leeds.ac.uk/science/article/pii/S0264275114001498

Mitchell, W. 2000. A history of Leeds. Chichester, West Sussex: Phillimore.  

Saunders, D., & Lester, P. (2014). From the Leylands to Leeds 17 : Jewish Leeds in words and images . Leeds: [Leylands Books]. 

Unsworth, R., & Stillwell, J. (2004). Twenty-first century Leeds : geographies of a regional city . Leeds: University of Leeds.  

Waterman, S. (2003). The Jews of Leeds in 2001: portrait of a community . London: Institute for Jewish Policy Research. 

Public Art and Power 

 Cameron, C. and Willis, S. 2008. The practice of public art. London: Routledge.

Cameron, C. and Zebracki, M. 2016. The everyday practice of public art: art, space and social inclusion. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge.

Loussau, J. and Stevens, Q. 2015. The uses of art in public space. New York: Routledge.

Miles, Malcom. 1997. Art, space and the city: public art and urban futures. London, New York: Routledge.

Wilson R. 2015. Social practice or trojan horse? The need for an ethical framework to guide art in the public sphere. Art & The
 

Cameron, C. and Willis, S. 2008. The practice of public art. London: Routledge.

Cameron, C. and Zebracki, M. 2016. The everyday practice of public art: art, space and social inclusion. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge.

Loussau, J. and Stevens, Q. 2015. The uses of art in public space. New York: Routledge.

Miles, Malcom. 1997. Art, space and the city: public art and urban futures. London, New York: Routledge.

Wilson R. 2015. Social practice or trojan horse? The need for an ethical framework to guide art in the public sphere. Art & The Public Sphere. 4 (1&2) pp 23-29.

Young, A. 2014. Street art, public city law, crime and the urban imagination. Abingdon: Routledge.

Zebracki, M. 2012. Public Artopia Art in Public Space in Question. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Public Sphere. 4 (1&2) pp 23-29.  

Young, A. 2014. Street art, public city law, crime and the urban imagination. Abingdon: Routledge.

Zebracki, M. 2012. Public Artopia Art in Public Space in Question. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Community in the Modern City - week 6

Blackshaw, T. 2009. Key Concepts in Community Studies. Sage: Londong    

Harvey, David. 2012. Rebel cities. London: Verso.

Hubbard, P. 2006. City London: Routledge.

Le Gates, R.T and Stout, F. eds. 2016. The City Reader. London: Routledge. 

Lin, J. and Mele, C. eds. 2013. The Urban Sociology Reader. London: Routledge. 

Putman, R.D., 2000, Bowling Alone, New York: Simon and Schuster Paperbacks.

Putman, R. D and Garrett, S R. The Upswing. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Conceptualising & Theorising Community Development - weeks 7, 8 & 9

Alinksy, Saul. 1971. Rules for Radicals. New York:  Random House.

Banks, Sarah and Peter Westoby. Eds. 2020. Ethics, Equity and Community Development. Bristol: Policy Press.

Boyd, Andrew and Mitchell, David. Eds. 2012. Beautiful Trouble; A toolbox for a Revolution. Or Books: New York.

Blackshaw, T. 2009. Key Concepts in Community Studies. Sage: Londong    

Buchroth, Ilona and Parkin, Christine. Eds. 2010. Using theory in youth and community work practice. Exter: Learning Matters.

Craig, Gary and Mayo, Marjorie. 1995. Community empowerment. London: Zed Books.

Craig, Gary, Mayo, Marjorie, Popple, Keith, Shaw, May and Marylin Taylor. 2011. The Community Development Reader. Bristol: Policy Press.

Clark, David Alexander, Biggeri, Mario and Frediani, Alexandre Apsan. Eds. 2019.  The Capability approach, empowerment and participation. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Delanty, Gerard. 2003. Community. London: Routledge.

Fitzsimmons, A, Hope, M, Cooper, C and Russel, K. 2011. Empowerment and Participation in Youth Work. Exter: Learning Matters. Chapter 3. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (afp 20/10/2020) 

Fitzsimmons, Camilla. 2010. Professionalisation Community Work and its Implications for Radical Community Education.2010. The Irish Journal of Community Education, pp. 53-71. Available online   

Fursova, Julia. 2018. The ‘business of community development’ and the right to the city: reflections on the neoliberalization processes in urban community development. Community Development Journal. 53 (1), pp. 119–135.

Freire, Paulo. 1997. Mentoring the Mentor: A Critical Dialogue with Paulo Freire. New York: P Lang.

Freire, Paulo and Friere, Ana Maria Araujo. 1998. The Paulo Friere Reader. New York. Continuum.  

Freire, Paulo and Friere, Ana Maria Araujo. 2007. Daring to Dream. London: Paradigm Publishers.

Fulford, Amanda, Lockrobin, Grace and Smith, Richard, eds. 2020. Community and Philosophy Practices and Possibilities. London: Bloomsbury.

Gilchrist, Alison. 2009. The well connected community: a networking approach to community development. 2nd ed, Bristol: Policy Press.   

Gilchrist, Alison and Taylor, Marilyn. 2016. A short guide to community development. 2nd ed. Bristol: Policy Press.

Harrison, R., Blickem, C., Lamb, J., Kirk, S. and Vassilev, I., 2019, ‘Asset-based community development: Narratives, practice and conditions of possibility- A qualitative study with community practitioners, Sage Open, 9 (1).

Jeffs, Tony and Smith, Mark. 1996. Informal education, democracy and learning. Derby: Education Now Books.

Kretzmann, J  and Mcknight, J. P. 1996. Asset based community development. Civic Review. 85 (4), 23-29.

Kretzmann J and McKnight, J. P. 1998. Building communities from the inside out. Chicago: ACTA publications.  

Ledwith, Margaret. 2006. Community development in action. Bristol: Policy Press. Chapter 6.    

Ledwith, Margaret 2007. ‘Reclaiming the radical agenda: a critical approach to community development’, Concept Vol.17, No.2, 2007, pp8-12. Reproduced in the encyclopaedia of informal education. [http://infed.org/mobi/reclaiming-the-radical-agenda-a-critical-approach-to-community-development/. Retrieved: 1/10/2019].

Ledwith, Margaret. 2020. Community development: a critical and radical approach. 3rd ed. Bristol: Policy Press.   

Leon-Guerrero, Anna. 2018. Social problems: community, policy and social action. London: Sage.  

Mayo, M. 1994.  Community participation, community development and non-formal education. the informal education archives. [https://infed.org/mobi/community-participation-community-development-and-non-formal-education/http://infed.org/mobi/community-participation-community-development-and-nonformal-education/. Retrieved:2/10/2019].  

Mayo, Peter, 1999. Gramsci, Freire and adult education: possibilities for transformative action. London: Zed Books.

Pitchford, Michael. 2008. Making spaces for community development. Bristol: Policy Press.

Popple, Keith. 2017. Analysing community work. 2nd ed. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Chapter 5.    

Putman, R.D., 2000, Bowling Alone, New York: Simon and Schuster Paperbacks.

Putman, R. D and Garrett, S R. The Upswing. New York: Simon and Schuster.

McKnight, John and Block, Peter. 2010. The Abundant Community. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc.

McNeish, D, Scott, S, Williams, J and DMSS Research, 2016. Building Bridges to a Good Life; A review of asset based, person centred approaches and people with learning disabilities in Scotland. Scottish Commission for Learning Difficulties. Available: https://www.scld.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Case-studies-final-report-3.pdf

Mineo, L., 2007, Good genes are nice, but joy is better.[Online]. [Accessed 5/10/2019]. Available from: https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2017/04/over-nearly-80-years-harvard-study-has-been-showing-how-to-live-a-healthy-and-happy-life/

Missingham, B. D. 2017. Asset-based learning and the pedagogy of community development. Community Development. 48(3), pp. 339-350.

Shephard, Benjamin. 2014. Community projects as social activism. London: Sage.

Smith, M. K. (1996, 2006, 2013). ‘What is community development?’, the encyclopaedia of informal education. [http://infed.org/mobi/what-is-community-development/ . Accessed 01/10/2019]

Smyth, R. 2004. The roots of community development in colonial office policy and practice in Africa. Social Policy and Administration. 38 (4), pp 418 to 436.

Twelvetrees, Alan. 2002. Community work. 3rd ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Participatory community development - week 9

Balazard, H., Fisher, R. and Scott, M. 2017. The ‘Big Society’ in the UK: Privatisation or democratisation of public services. Ecole nationale d’administration. 183 (3), pp. 507-520.

Barnes, Marian, Newmand, Janet and Sullivan, Helen. 2007. Power, Participation and Political Renewal. Bristol: Policy Press.

Burns, Danny, Frances Haywood, Taylor, Marylin, Wide, Pete, Wilson, Mandy. 2004. Making Participation Meaningful. Bristol: Policy Press.

Civil Exchange. 2015. Whose Society? The final big society audit. Civil Exchange.

Cutler Alice, Bryan, Kim and Chatterton, Paul. 2007. Do it yourself : a handbook for changing our world. London: Pluto.

Cornwall, Andrea. 2011. Participation Reader. London. Zed.

Cook, Bill and Kothari, Uma.( eds). 2001. Participation, the new tyranny. London: Zed.

Fitzsimons, A., Hope, M., Cooper, C., Russell, K. 2011. Empowerment and Participation in Youth Work. Exeter: Learning Matters. Chapter 3.    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (afp 20/10/2020) 

Goodson, Lisa and Phillimore Jenny. 2012. Community Research for Participation. Bristol: Policy Press.

Hickey, Samuel and Mohan, Giles. 2004. Participation From Tyranny to Transformation. London: Zed Books.

Sapin, Kate. 2013. Essential skills for youth workers. 2nd ed. London: Sage Publications.

Hacker, Karen. 2013. Community based participatory research. London: Sage.

Wates, N. 2006. The community planning handbook : how people can shape their cities, towns and villages in any part of the world. Earthscan: London.

Wates, N. 2008. The community planning event manual : how to use collaborative planning and urban design events to improve your environment. Earthscan: London. 

Sarkissian, W and Hurford, D (2010) Creative Community Planning. Transformative engagement methods for working at the edge. Earthscan: London.

https://www.northumberlandcva.org.uk/files/NESEP_Participatory_Appraisal_Handbook_2014.pdf

Funding proposals and budgetting - week 10

Dorner, Jane. 2004. Writing Bids and Funding Applications. Oxford: Oxford University Press.   

Heneron, Paul and Thomas, David, N. 2002. Skills in neighbourhood work. 3rd ed. London: Routledge.

Forsyth, Patrick. 1997. How to be better at writing reports and proposals. Lodona: Kogan Page. 

Mizrahi, Terry and Morrison, John D.  1993. Community Organisation and Social Administration, Birmingham: The Haworth Press.

Murray, Robin, Caulier-Grice and Mulgan, Geoff. 2010. The open book of social innovation. London: The Young Foundation

www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/profiles/430jMkBT1C8tPlf1H008yW6/planning-your-project

www.cambridgecvs.org.uk/media/Document/152/document/How-to-write-a-good-funding-bid.pdf

www.civicus.org/documents/toolkits/Writing%20a%20funding%20proposal.pdf

www.fundingcentral.org.uk/Page.aspx?SP=6089

www.theguardian.com/voluntary-sector-network/2011/mar/21/perfect-funding-bids

www.knowhow.ncvo.org.uk/how-to/how-to-write-an-application-to-a-charitable-trust

www.thirdsector.co.uk/secrets-behind-successful-funding-bid/finance/article/1122797#:~:text=There%20are%20generally%20two%20types,authority%2C%20to%20deliver%20a%20service.

This list was last updated on 17/09/2021