Загальні праці / General Works

Alderman, Derek, “Place, Naming, and the Interpretation of Cultural Landscapes,” in Graham, B. and Howard, P. (eds) The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Press, 2008): 195–213.

Augustins, Georges, “Naming, Dedicating: Street Names and Tradition,” History and Anthropology, 15, 3 (2004): 289-299.

Azaryahu, Maoz, “The Power of Commemorative Street Names,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 14 (1996): 311-330.

Azaryahu, Maoz, ‘Naming the Past: The Significance of Commemorative Street Names’, in L. Berg and J. Vuolteenaho (eds.), Critical Toponymies. The Contested Politics of Place Naming (Farnham: Ashgate 2009): 53–70.

Berg, Lawrence and Jani Vuolteenaho (eds), Critical Toponomies: The Contested Politics of Place Naming, (Farnham, 2009).

Cosgrove Denis, and Stephen Daniels, eds., The Iconography of Landscape: Essays on the Symbolic Representation, Design, and Use of Past Environments (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988).

Cresswell, Tim, Place – A Short Introduction, (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004).

Czepczynski, Mariusz, Cultural Landscapes of Post-socialist Cities. Representation of Powers and Needs, (Farnham, London: Ashgate, 2008).

Dwyer, Owen and Derek H. Alderman, “Memorial Landscapes. Analytic Questions and Metaphors,” GeoJournal 73 (2008): 165-178.

Duncan James, and Nancy Duncan, “(Re)reading the Landscape,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 6 (1988): 117–26.

Ferguson, Priscilla, “Reading City Streets,” French Review 51 (1988): 386-397.

Hebbert, Michael, “The Street as Locus of Collective Memory,” Environment and Planning D, 23, (2005): 581–596.

Hoelscher, Steven and Derek Alderman, “Memory and Place: Geographies of a Critical Relationship,” Social & Cultural Geography, 5 (2004): 347–355.

Huyssen, Andreas, Present Pasts: Urban Palimpsests and the Politics of Memory (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003).

Landzelius, Michael, “Commemorative Dis(re)membering: Erasing Heritage, Spatialising disinheritance,” Environment and Planning D, 21, (2003): 195–221.

Legg, Stephen, “Contesting and Surviving Memory: Space, Nation, and Nostalgia in Les Lieux de Memoire,” Environment and Planning D, 23, (2005): 481–504.

Legg, Stephen, “Reviewing geographies of memory/forgetting,” Environment and Planning A, 39, (2007): 456–466.

Mellon, James G., “Urbanism, Nationalism, and the Politics of Place: Commemoration and Collective Memory,” Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 17, 1 (2008): 58-77.

Milo, Daniel, “Street Names,” in Realms of Memory: The Construction of the French Past, Pierre Nora and Lawrence D. Kritzman, eds, vol. 2 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996): 363-389.

Nora, Pierre, “Between Memory and History: Les Lieux de Memoire,” Representations 26 (1989): 7–24.

Palonen, Kari, ‘Reading Street Names Politically’, in Kari Palonen and Tuija Parvikko (eds.), Reading the Political: Exploring the Margins of Politics (Tampere: Finnish Political Science Association 1993): 103–121.

Rieger, Alexander, “The Magic of the Corner: Walter Benjamin and Street Names,” The Germanic Review, 85 (2010): 189-204.

Rose-Redwood, Reuben, “Indexing the Great Ledger of the Community: Urban House Numbering, City Directories, and the Production of Spatial Legibility,” Journal of Historical Geography, 34 (2008): 286-310

Rose-Redwood, Reuben, Derek H. Alderman, and Maoz Azaryahu, ‘Geographies of Toponymic Inscription: New Directions in Critical Place-Name Studies’, Progress in Human Geography 34/4 (2010): 453–470.

Schlögel, Karl, W przestrzeni czas czytamy (Poznań: Poznańska Biblioteka Niemiecka, 2009).

Tuan, Yi-Fu, “Space and Place. Humanistic Perspective,” Progress in Geography, 7 (1974): 211-252.

Tuan, Yi-Fu, Hoelscher, Steven, Space and Place. The Perspective of Experience (Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1997).


Приклад / Case Study: Lviv/Lwów/Lemberg/Lvov

Binder, Harald, “Making and defending a Polish Town: «Lwów» (Lemberg), 1848—1914,” Austrian History Yearbook, 34 (2003): 57-81.

Hrytsak, Yaroslav, “Crossroads of East and West: Lemberg, Lwów, L’viv on the Threshold Modernity,” Austrian History Yearbook, 34 (2003): 103-9.

Hrytsak, Yaroslav and Viktor Susak, “Constructing a National City: The Case of L’viv”, in J. Czaplicka, B. Ruble, and L. Crabtree (eds.), Composing Urban History and the Constitution of Civic Identities (London, Baltimore: Woodrow Wilson Centre & Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003): 140–164.

Sereda, Viktoria “Politics of Memory and Urban Landscape: The Case of Lviv after World War II,” in S. Dempsey and D. Nichols (eds.), Time, Memory, and Cultural Change. Proceedings of the XXVth IWM Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conference (Vienna: Institute for Human Sciences 2009).


Приклади: міста та місця / Case Studies: Cities and Places

Adebanwi, Wale, “Glocal Naming and ShamingL Toponymic (Inter)national Relations on Lagos and New York’s Streets,” African Affairs, 111, 445 (2012): 640-661.

Alderman, Derek H., “A street fit for a king: naming places and commemoration in the American south”, Professional Geographer 52 (2000): 672-684.

Alderman, Derek H., “Street Names and the Scaling of Memory: The Politics of Commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. within the African American Community,” Area, 35 (2003): 163–73.

Alderman, Derek H., “Street Names as Memorial Arenas: The Reputational Politics of Commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. in a Georgia County,” Historical Geography, 30 (2002): 99–120.

Arlt, Klaus, ‘Die Straßennamen der Stadt Potsdam. Geschichte und Beduetung’, Mitteilungen der Studiengemeinschaft Sanssouci. Verien für Kultur und Geschichte Potsdams, 4 (1999): 1–71.

Azaryahu, Maoz, “What is to be Remembered: The Struggle over Street Names, Berlin 1921-1930,” Tel
Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte, 17, (1988): 241–58.

Azaryahu, Maoz, Von Wilhelmplatz to Thälmannplatz: Politische Symbole im öffentlichen Leben der DDR (Gerlingen: Bleicher Verlaag, 1991).

Azaryahu, Maoz, “The purge of Bismarck and Saladin. The renaming of streets in Haifa and East Berlin: a comparative study in culture-planning,” Poetics Today 13 (1992): 351-367.

Azaryahu, Maoz, “German Reunification and the Politics of Street Names: The Case of East Berlin,” Political Geography, 16/6 (1997): 479–493.

Azaryahu, Maoz, and Arnon Golan, “(Re)naming the Landscape: The Formation of the Hebrew Map of Israel 1949-1960,” Journal of Historical Geography, 27 (2001): 178–95.

Azaryahu, Maoz and Rebecca Kook, “Mapping the Nation: Street Names and Arab-Palestinian Identity: Three Case Studies,” Nations and Nationalism, 8, 2 (2002): 195–213.

Azaryahu, Maoz, “Rabin’s Road: The Politics of Toponymic Commemoration of Yitzhak Rabin in Israel,” Political Geography, 31 (2012): 73-82.

Bar-Gal, Yoram, “Cultural-Geographical Aspects of Street Names in the Towns of Israel,” Names, 37, 4, (1989): 329–344.

Bell, James, “Redefining National Identity in Uzbekistan: Symbolic Tensions in Tashkent’s Official Public Landscape,” Ecumene 6 (1999): 183–213.

Ben-Israel, Amon, Avinoam Meir, “Renaming Space and Reshaping Identities: The Case of the Bedouin Town of Hura in Israel,” Hagar, 8, 2, (2008): 65-92.

Berg, Lawrence and Kearns, Robin, “Naming as Norming: ‘Race’, Gender, and the Identity Politics of Naming Places in Aotearoa/New Zealand,” Environment and Planning D 14, (1996): 99–122.

Bigon, Liora, “Names, Norms, and Forms: French and Indigenous Toponyms in Early Colonial Dakar, Senegal,” Planning Perspectives, 23, (2009): 479–501.

Brodsky, Patricia Pollock, “The Power of Naming in the Postunification Attack on the German Left,” Nature, Society, and Thought, 14, 4 (2001): 419-500.

Caliendo, Guillermo, “MLK Boulevard: Material Forms of Memory and the Social Contestation of Racial Signification,” Journal of Black Studies, 42, 7 (2011): 1148-1170.

Cohen Saul, and Kliot, Nurit, “Place Names in Israel’s Ideological Struggle over the Administered Territories,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 82, (1992): 653–80.

Faraco, Juan Carlos Gonzalez and Michael Murphy, “Street Names and Political Regimes in an Andalusian Town,” Ethnology, 36, (1997): 123–48.

Ferguson, Priscilla Parkhurst, Paris as Revolution: Writing the Nineteenth-Century City, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994).

Foote, Kenneth, Attila Toth, and Anett Arvey, “Hungary after 1989: Inscribing a New Past on Place,” Geographical Review, 90, (1999): 301–33.

Gill, Graeme, “Changing Symbols: The Renovation of Moscow Place Names,” The Russian Review, 64/3 (2005): 480–503.

Gottlieb, Dylan, “Sixth Avenue Heartache: Race, Commemoration, and the Colorblind Consensus in Zephyrhills, Florida, 2003-2004,” Journal of Urban History, 39, 6 (2013): 1085-1105.

Grabar S. Henry, “Reclaiming the City: Changing Urban Meaning in Algiers after 1962”, Cultural Geographies, Vol. 2, 3, (2014): 389 –409.

Gross, David, “Critical Synthesis on Urban Knowledge: Remembering and Forgetting in the Modern City, Social Epistemology 4 (1990): 3–22.

Hagen, Joshua, “’Pork” Spending, Place Names and Political Stature in West Virginia,” Southeastern Geographer, 47, 2 (2007): 341-364.

Helman Anat, “Civic Involvement and Street-Naming in Inter-War Tel Aviv,” Jewish Culture and History, 8, 2 (2006): 29-52.

Henkin, David, City Reading: Written Words and Public Spaces in Antebellum New York (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998).

Henry, Freeman G., “Rue Cuvier, rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, rue Lamarck: Politics and Science in the Streets of Paris,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, 35, 3-4 (2007): 513-525.

Leib, Jonathan, “Separate Times, Shared Spaces: Arthur Ashe, Monument Avenue, and the Politics of Richmond, Virginia’s Symbolic Landscape,” Cultural Geographies, 9, (2002): 286–313.

Light, Duncan, Ion Nicolae and Bogdan Suditu, “Toponymy and the Communist City: Street Names in Bucharest, 1948-1956,” GeoJournal, 56, (2003): 135–44.

Light, Duncan, “Street Names in Bucharest, 1990-1997: Exploring the Modern Historical Geographies of Post-Socialist Change,” Journal of Historical Geography, 30 (2004): 154-172.

Light, Duncan, Craig Young, “Reconfiguring Socialist Urban Landscapes: The ‘Left-over’ Spcaes of State-Socialist in Bucharest,” Human Geographies, 4, 1 (2010): 5-16.

Lim, Kim-Hui, Wai-Mun Har, “Sanitising and Satanising Malaysia’s Cityscapes: Cultural Power from Malay Decolonization to Islami Occidentalism and Beyond,” 4, 11 (2008): 44-52.

Marin, Anaїs, “Bordering Time in the Cityscape. Toponymic Changes as Temporal Boundary-Making: Street Renaming in Leningrad/St. Petersburg,” Geopolitics, 17 (2012): 192-216.

Marjanović, Bojan, “Promjena vlasti, promjena ulica,” Diskrepancija 8/12 (2007): 105-127.

Meitel, Yoram, “Street Naming and the Struggle over Historical Representation,” Middle Eastern Studies, 43, 6 (2007): 857-878.

Messner, Beth A., and Mark T. Vail, “A “City at War”: Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” Communication Studies, 60, 1 (2009): 17-31.

Mirošević, Lena, Marin Borzić, “Ulična nomenklatura grada Splita kao odraz političkich i kulturnih promjena,” Etnološka Tribina, 37, 77 (2014): 187-201.

Mitchelson, Matthew L., Derek H. Alderman and E. Jeffrey Popke, “Branded: The Economic Geographies of Streets Named in Honor of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,” Social Science Quarterly, 88, 1, (2007): 120-145.

Monmonier, Mark, From Squaw Tit to Whorehouse Meadow: How Maps Name, Claim, and Inflame (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006)

Murray, John, Politics and Place-names. Changing Names in the Late Soviet Period (Birmingham: Birmingham Slavonic Monographs No. 32, University of Birmingham, 2000)

Myers, Garth, “Naming and Placing the Other: Power and the Urban Landscape in Zanzibar,” Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 87, (1996): 237–246

Nash, Catherine, “Irish Place Names: Post-Colonial Locations,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 24, (1999): 457–80

Ndletyana, Mcebisi, “Changing Place Names in Post-apartheid South Africa: Accounting for the Unevenness,” Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies, 38, 1 (2012): 87-103.

Paloinen, Emilia, “Canonisation and Recanonisation in Hungarian Street Names,” Kánon és kanonizáció: tanulmányok az V. Nemzetközi Hungarológiai Kongresszus (Jyväskylä, Finnország, 2001) kánon - szimpóziumának az anyagából, Dobos István and Szegedy-Maszák Mihály (eds), (Csokonai Kiadó, 2003): 148-161.

Palonen, Emilia, “The City-Text in Post-Communist Budapest: Street Names, Memorials and the Politics of Commemoration,” GeoJournal, 73 (2008): 219–230.

Peterson, Charles B., “The Nature of Soviet Place-names,” Names, 25, 1 (1977): 15-24.

Pinchevski Amit and Efraim Torgovnik, “Signifying Passages: The Signs of Change in Israeli Street Names,” Media, Culture & Society, 24/3 (2002): 365–388.

Post, Chris W., Derek H. Alderman, “’Wiping New Berlin off the Map’: Political Economy and the de-Germanization of the Toponymic Landscape in the First World War,” Area, 46, 1 (2014): 83-91.

Radović Srđan, “Politics and counter-politics of identity and space: Several cases from Belgrade’s streets in the 2000s,” Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta SANU, 59, 2 (2011): 99.

Robinson, Guy, Stan Engelstoft, and Alma Pobric, “Remaking Sarajevo: Bosnian Nationalism after the Dayton Accord,” Political Geography 20/8 (2001): 957–980.

Rose-Redwood, Reuben, “Sixth Avenue is Now a Memory: Regimes of Spatial Inscription and the Performative Limits of the Official City-Text,” Political Geography 27/8 (2008): 875–894.

Rose-Redwood, Reuben, “From Number to Name: Symbolic Capital, Places of Memory and the Politics of Street Renaming in New York City,” Social & Cultural Geography 9/4 (2008): 431–452.

Raento Pauliina and Cameron Watson, “Gernika, Guernica, Guernica? Contested Meanings of a Basque Place,” Political Geography, 19, (2000: 707–36.

Savage, Victor, and Brenda Yeoh, eds., Singapore Street Names: A Study of Toponymics, ed. by (Marshall Cavendish Editions, 2013).

Saparov, Arseny, “The Alteration of Place Names and Construction of National Identity in Soviet Armenia,” Cahiers du Monde Russe, 44/1 (2003): 179–198.

Sänger, Johanna, Heldenkult und Heimatliebe: Strassen- und Ehrennamen im offiziellen Gedächtnis der DDR (Ch. Links Verlag, 2006).

Shoval, Noam, “Street-naming, tourism development and Cultural Conflict: The Case of Acre/Akko/Akka,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 38 (2013): 612-626.

Silvia Mihalikova, “The Making of the Capital of Slovakia,” International Review of Sociology - Revue Internationale de Sociologie, 16, 2, (2006): 309-327.

Slavuj, Lana, Jelena Stanić and Laura Šakaja, “Preimenovanja zagrebačkih ulica i trgova,” Migracijske i etničke teme 25 (2009): 89–124.

Šakaja, Laura, Jelena Stanić, “Other(ing), Self(portraying), Negotiating: The Spatial Codification of Values in Zagreb’s city-text,” Cultural Geographies, 18, 4 (2011): 495-516.

Stangl, Paul, “Restoring Berlin’s Unter den Linden: Ideology, World View, Place and Space,” Journal of Historical Geography, 32 (2006): 353-376.

Tan, Peter, “Subversive Engineering: Building Names in Singapore’, in Standley D. Brunn (ed.), Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Megaengineering Projects (Dordrecht: Springer, (2011)): 1997-2011.

Tan, Peter, “The Struggle for a Standard: Evidence from Place Names’, Names: A Journal of Onomastics, 55, 4 (2007): 387–396.

Thale, Christopher, “Changing Address: Social Conflict, Civic Culture, and the Politics of House Numbering Reform in Milwaukee, 1913-1931,” Journal of Historical Geography, 33 (2007): 125-143.

Tucci, Michele, Rocco W. Ronza, and Alberto Giordano, “Fragments from many pasts: layering the toponymic tapestry of Milan,” Journal of Historical Geography, 37 (2011): 370-384.

Yeoh, Brenda, “Street Names in Colonial Singapore,” Geographical Review 82/3 (1992) pp. 313–322.

Yeoh, Brenda, ‘Street-Naming and Nation-Building: Toponymic Inscriptions of Nationhood in Singapore’, Area, 28, (1996): 298–307.

Weksler, Marc E., “Naming Streets for Physicians. ‘L’affaire Carrel,’” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 47, 1 (2004): 67-73.