Becoming Monument, Activating Windsor
AbstractWhat does it mean to live in a dying place? This auto-critical article asks this question in the context of the Windsor/Detroit region, one of the most economically depressed zones in North America. Using the work of Barthes, Benjamin, and Taussig, I ruminate on the psycho-somatic experiences of trying to navigate a world that most writers have already dismissed as haunted and abandoned. View Full-Text
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Engle, K. Becoming Monument, Activating Windsor. Societies 2013, 3, 482-490.
Engle K. Becoming Monument, Activating Windsor. Societies. 2013; 3(4):482-490.Chicago/Turabian Style
Engle, Karen. 2013. "Becoming Monument, Activating Windsor." Societies 3, no. 4: 482-490.