Thinking about Place

  • Landscape & Memory
    • Myths
    • History
  • Forgotten Places
    • Abandoned Places
    • Sick Places
    • Ruins
    • Flooded—TVA (Tellico, Tims Ford)
    • Archaelogy
    • Liminal places
  • Private Property
    • Real Estate
    • “Value”
    • Domain
    • Leasehold
    • Lease Committee
  • Built Environment
    • Architecture
    • Sports areas
    • Parks
    • Memorials
    • Memorial benches
    •  
  • Geography
    • Abstraction
    • Mapping
    • Surveying
    • GPS
  • Environment
    • Geology
    • Trees
    • Patterns of Migration
  • Sacred Spaces
    • Church
    • Labyrinth
    • Cave
    • Grove
    • Springs
    • Genius loci
    • American Gods
  • Secret Places
    • Romantic spots
    • Hideaway
  • Displacement
    • Trail of Tear
    • Leaving Home
    • Alienation
    • Entfremdungsgefühl
    • Resident alien
    • Passing through
    • Highway Exits
    • Ungrounded
    • Loneliness
    • Strangers
  • Home
    • Prodigal Son
    • Nostalgia
    • Odysseus
    • Grounded
    • Childhood
    • Community
  • Authenticity
    • Ersatz
    • Levitton
    • Ticky-tacky
    • Development
    • Suburbs
    • Gas consumption
  • Foreign Place
    • Travel
    • Wanderlust
    • Exile
    • Pilgrimage
    • Migration
  • Lines of Communication
    • Phone Lines
    • Roads
    • Railroad
  • Beyond Seeing
    • Local music
    • Sounds of a place
    • Birdsong
    • Smells
    • Flowers
    • Country air
    • Sewanee fog
    • Local food
    • Sea air
    • Crash of waves
    • Sound of insects, esp. at night (thrumming)

About Uncomely and Broken

I am a classicist in Sewanee, Tennessee.
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