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G93.3113.001 / H42.2211.001

Spring 2003

Harvey Molotch / Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett

New York University

1. Amin, Ash, and Nigel Thrift. 1992. Neo-Marshallian nodes in global networks. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 16, no. 4: 571-87.

2. Appadurai, A. 1990. Disjuncture and difference in the global cultural economy. Theory, Culture and Society 7: 295-310.

3. Appadurai, Arjun. 1986. Introduction: commodities and the politics of value. The social life of things: commodities in cultural perspective. ed Arjun Appadurai, 5-63. Cambridge Cambridgeshire, New York: Cambridge University Press.
Call Number: GN450 .S63 1986
306/.3 19

4. Arthur, W. Brian. 1988. Self-Reinforcing Mechanisms in Economics. Evolutionary Paths of the Global Economy Workshop: The economy as an evolving complex system the proceedings of the Evolutionary Paths of the Global Economy Workshop, held September, 1987 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. eds P. W Anderson, Kenneth Joseph Arrow, David Pines, and Santa Fe Institute (Santa Fe, N.M.), 9-32. Redwood City, Calif: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.

Call Number: HB21 .E84 1987
330 19

5. Atkinson, J. Maxwell. 1984. Claptrap. Our masters' voices: the language and body language of politics., 47-85. London, New York: Methuen.

Call Number: PN4193.P6 A84 1984
808.5/1 19

6. Auslander, Leora. 1996. Taste and power: furnishing Modern France. Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 24. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN:0520088948

Call Number: DC33 .A87 1996
944 20

7. Banham, Reyner. 1969. The architecture of the well-tempered environment. Chicago: University of Chicago. ISBN:0851390730

Call Number: TH7011 .B27a

8. Barthes, Roland. 1995. Mythologies. New York: Hill and Wang.

9. Basalla, George. 1988. The evolution of technology. Cambridge History of Science. Cambridge Cambridgeshire, New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN:0521228557. 0521296811 (pbk.)
Call Number: T15 .B29 1988
609 19

10. Baudelaire, Charles, and Jonathan Mayne. 1964. The painter of modern life, and other essays. London: Phaidon. distributed by New York Graphic Society Publishers, Greenwich, Conn.

Call Number: N7445 .B343

11. Beamish, Thomas D. 2000. Accumulating trouble: complex organization, a culture-of-silence, and a secret spill. Social Problems : 473-98.

12. Becker, Howard Saul. 1982. Chapters 1, 2, 3, 5. Art worlds.Berkeley: University of California Press.
Call Number: NX180.S6 B42
700/.1/03 19

13. ———. 1995. The power of inertia. Qualitative Sociology 18: 301-10.

14. Biggart, Nicole Woolsey. 1989. Charismatic capitalism: direct selling organizations in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN:0226047857 (alk. paper). 0226047865 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Call Number: HF5438.25 .B52 1989
658.8/4 19

15. Blumer, Herbert. Fashion: from class differentation to collective selection. Sociological Quarterly 10: 275-91.

16. Bourdieu, Pierre. 1990. Structures, habitus, practices / Belief and the body. The logic of practice., 52-65, 66-79. Cambridge, UK :, Oxford, UK : Polity Press : B. Blackwell.
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17. Braithwaite, John, and Peter Drahos. 2000. "Road transport", "Air transport", and "Contests of actors". Global business regulation., 438-506. Cambridge, U.K, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Call Number: 346.07 21

18. Brand, Stewart. 1994. How buildings learn: what happens after they're built. New York, NY: Viking. ISBN:0670835153

Call Number: NA2542.4 .B73 1994
720/.1 20

19. Bray, Francesca. 1997. Encoding patriarchy. Technology and gender: fabrics of power in late imperial China., 91-150. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Call Number: HQ1768 .B72 1997
305.3/0951 20

20. Carrier, James G. 1995. Gifts and commodities: exchange and western capitalism since 1700. Material Cultures. London, New York: Routledge. ISBN:0415117526 (HB)

Call Number: HF3021 .C32 1995
306.3 20

21. Clunas, Craig. 1999. Modernity Global and Local: Consumption and the Rise of the West . American Historical Review 104 , no. 5.

22. Clunas, Craig. 1991. Superfluous things: material culture and social status in early modern China. Cambridge: Polity. ISBN:0745608752
Call Number: HN740.S6
305.50951 20

23. Crane, Diana. 1999. Diffusion models and fashion: a reassessment. Annals, AAPSS , no. November: 13-24.

24. Cranz, Galen. 1998. Part 1. The chair: rethinking culture, body, and design. 1st ed., 21-148. New York: W.W. Norton.
Call Number: TS886.5.C45 C73 1998
749/.32 21

25. Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, and Eugene Rochberg-Halton. 1981. Chpts 1 and 2. The meaning of things : domestic symbols and the self., 1-54. Cambridge Eng. ;, New York : Cambridge University Press.

Call Number: BF458 .C78
155.2 19

26. Daly, Herman E. 1996. Introduction and Chapter 4. Beyond growth: the economics of sustainable development., 1-23 and 75-93. Boston: Beacon Press.

Call Number: HC79.E5 D324 1996
333.7 20

27. Damasio, Antonio R. 1994. Descartes' error: emotion, reason, and the human brain. New York: G.P. Putnam. ISBN:0399138943 (acid-free)

Call Number: QP401 .D2 1994
153.4/3 20

28. Dorment, Richard. 2001. The great room of art. Art on the line: the Royal Academy exhibitions at Somerset House, 1780-1836. ed David H Solkin, 32-36. New Haven, Conn: Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and the Courtauld Institute Gallery by Yale University Press.

Call Number: N5054 .A78 2002
709/.41/07442132 21

29. Douglas, Mary, and Baron C Isherwood. 1996. Chaps 1-4. The world of goods: toward an anthropology of consumption. Revised edition ed., Mary Douglas, and Baron C Isherwood, 3-66. New York: Basic Books.

Call Number: GN449.6 .D68

30. Downey, Gary Lee. 1998. "Locating me inside it: coding" and "Locating it inside me". The machine in me: an anthropologist sits among computer engineers. Gary Lee DowneyNew York: Routledge.

Call Number: TA167 .D69 1998
306.4/6 21

31. Du Gay, Paul. 1997. Doing cultural studies: the story of the Sony Walkman . Culture, Media and Identities. London, Thousand Oaks Calif.: Sage, in association with The Open University. ISBN:0761954015 (cased). 0761954023 (pbk.)

Call Number: TK7881.6 .D65 1997
621.389/324 21

32. Ewen, Stuart. 1976. Chapters 2, 3, 7 . Captains of consciousness: advertising and the social roots of the consumer culture., 125-30, 131-38, 177-84. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Call Number: HF5813.U6 E94

33. Ewen, Stuart, and Elizabeth Ewen. 1982. "The capture of the eye", "Changing the subject", and "Individualism as conformity". Channels of desire: mass images and the shaping of American consciousness., 30-40, 72-80, 265-67. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Call Number: HF5813.U6 E95 1982
303.4/84 19

34. Fauconnier, Giles, and Mark Turner. 1998. Conceptual integration networks. Cognitive Science 22, no. 2: 133-87.

35. Findlen, Paula. 1989. The museum: its classical etymology and Renaissance genealogy. Journal of the History of Collections 1, no. 1: 59-78.

36. Freedberg, David. 1991. The power of images. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

37. Garfield, Simon. 2001. Mauve: how one man invented a color that changed the world. 1st American ed. New York: Norton. ISBN:0393020053
Call Number: TP140.P46 G37 2001
666/.257 21

38. Geary, Patrick. 1986. Sacred commodities: the circulation of medieval relics. The social life of things: commodities in cultural perspective. ed Arjun Appadurai, 169-91. Cambridge Cambridgeshire, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Call Number: GN450 .S63 1986
306/.3 19

39. Gell, Alfred. 1998. The problem defined: the need for an anthropology of art / The theory of the art nexus / Conclusion. Art and agency: an anthropological theory., 1-11, 12-27, 221-58. Oxford, New York: Clarendon Press. Oxford University Press.

Call Number: N72.A56 G45 1998
701/.03 21

40. Gereffi, Gary. 2001. A Commodity Chains Framework for Analyzing Global Industries. American Behavioral Scientist 44, no. 10: 1616-47.

41. Gereffi, Gary, and Miguel Korzeniewicz, eds. 1994. Commodity chains and global capitalism. Contributions in Economics and Economic History: Studies in the Political Economy of the World-System: Contributions in Economics and Economic History, no. 149. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press. ISBN:031328914X (alk. paper)
Call Number: HF1040.7 .C66 1994b
338.4/767 20

42. Gladwell, Malcolm. 2000. The pitchman: Ron Popeil and the conquest of the American kitchen. The New Yorker: 64-73.

43. Goodman, Percival, and Paul Goodman. 1947. A new community: the elimination of difference between production and consumption. Communitas: means of livelihood and ways of life. Chicago, Ill: The University of Chicago Press.
Call Number: NA9030 .G6
711 G653c

44. Halttunen, Karen. 1989. From parlor to living room: domestic space, interior decoration, and the culture of personality. Consuming visions accumulation and display of goods in America, 1880-1920. 1st ed., ed Simon J Bronner, and Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, 157-89. New York: Norton.

45. Hawken, Paul, Amory B Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins. 1999. Chapters 4 and 6. Natural capitalism: creating the next industrial revolution. 1st ed., 62-81, 111-24. Boston: Little, Brown and Co.
Call Number: HC106.82 .H39 1999
338.973 21

46. Hebdige, Dick. 1988. Object as image: the Italian scooter cycle. Hiding in the light: on images and things., 45-77. London, New York: Routledge.

Call Number: CB430 .H4 1988
941.082 19

47. Hodder, Ian. 1990. Style as historical quality. The uses of style in archaeology. eds Margaret Wright Conkey, and Christine Ann Hastorf, 44-51. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Call Number: E59.P8 U84 1990
970.01 20

48. Hollander, Anne. 1988. Seeing through clothes. New York: Penguin. ISBN:0140110844

49. Hoskins, Janet. 1998. Biographical objects : how things tell the stories of people's lives. New York : Routledge. ISBN:0415920116 (hardcover : acid-free paper). 0415920124 (pbk.)
Call Number: GN635.I65 H68 1998
306/.09598/6 21

50. Ivy, Marilyn. 1995. Discourses of the Vanishing: Modernity, Phantasm, Japan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

51. Jacobs, Jane. 2000. The nature of economies. New York: Modern Library. ISBN:0679603409
Call Number: HD75.6 .J325 2000
330 21

52. Kirkham, Pat, ed. 1996. The gendered object. Manchester, UK, New York, New York: Manchester University Press. Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press. ISBN:071904474X (hardcover). 0719044758 (pbk.)

Call Number: BF692.2 G466 1996
305.3 20

53. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. 1998. Objects of Ethnography / Destination Museum. Destination culture : tourism, museums, and heritage., 17-78, 131-76. Berkeley : University of California Press.

Call Number: GN36 .U62 B478 1998
306/.074 21

54. Klein, Naomi. 2000. Chapters 9-11 and conclusion. No logo no space, no choice, no jobs: taking aim at the brand bullies., 195-278 and 439-446. London: Flamingo.

55. Klein, Richard. 1993. "What is a cigarette" and "A Polemical Conclusion". Cigarettes are sublime., 23-50. Durham, N.C: Duke University Press.
Call Number: PN56.S58 K54 1993
809/.93355 20

56. Latour, Bruno. 1996. Aramis, or, The love of technology. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. ISBN:0674043235 (paperback : alk. paper)

Call Number: HE4769.P3 L3813 1996
388.4/0944/361 20

57. Latour, Bruno. 1987. Laboratories. Science in action: how to follow scientists and engineers through society., 63-102. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Call Number: Q175.5 .L38 1987
306/.45 19

58. Law, John. 1986. On methods of long-distance control: vessels, navigation, and the Portugese route to India. Power, action, and belief: a new sociology of knowledge? ed John Law, 234-63. London ; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

59. Leach, William. 1993. Land of desire: merchants, power, and the rise of a new American culture. 1st ed. New York: Pantheon Books. ISBN:0394543505
Call Number: HF5465.U5 L4 1993
381/.141/0973 20

60. Lears, Jackson. 1989. Beyond Veblen. Consuming visions: accumulation and display of goods in America, 1880-1920. 1st ed., ed Simon J Bronner, and Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, 73-98. New York: Norton.

Call Number: HF5845 .C68 1989
659.1/57 19

61. Lechtman, Heather. 1977. Style in technology: some early thoughts. Material culture: styles, organization, and dynamics of technology. eds, 3-20. St. Paul: West Pub. Co.

Call Number: GN406 .M35

62. Lieberson, Stanley. 2000. Chapters 1, 4, 6, 7, 9. Matter of taste: how names, fashions, and culture change.New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Call Number: CS2377 .L54 2000x

63. ———. 2000. A matter of taste : how names, fashions, and culture change. New Haven : Yale University Press. ISBN:0300083858 (cloth : alk. paper)

Call Number: CS2367 .L54 2000
929/.4/4/0973 21

64. Lubbock, Jules. 1995. The tyranny of taste: the politics of architecture and design in Britain 1550-1960. New Haven: Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art by Yale University Press. ISBN:0300058896

Call Number: NK1443.A1 L8 1995
720/.1/030942 20

65. Lupton, Ellen, J. Abbott Miller, and MIT List Visual Arts Center. 1992. The bathroom, the kitchen and the aesthetics of waste: a process of elimination. Cambridge, Mass: MIT List Visual Arts Center : distributed by Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN:0938437429

Call Number: T180.C3 M5 1992

66. MacBride, Samantha. Recycling reconsidered: producer vs. consumer wastes in the United States, 2001. Department of Sociology, New York University: Unpublished research paper .

67. McCracken, Grant David. 1988. 'Ever Dearer in Our Thoughts': Patina and the Representation of Status before and after the Eighteenth Century. Culture and consumption new approaches to the symbolic character of consumer goods and activities., 31-43. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Call Number: HC79.C6 M385 1988
339.4/7 19

68. ———. 1988. The evocative power of things: consumer goods and the preservation of hopes and ideals. Culture and consumption new approaches to the symbolic character of consumer goods and activities., 104-17. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Call Number: HC79.C6 M385 1988
339.4/7 19

69. ———. 1988. Meaning manufacture and movement in the world of goods. Culture and consumption new approaches to the symbolic character of consumer goods and activities ., 71-92. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Call Number: HC79.C6 M385 1988
339.4/7 19

70. McDonough, William, and Michael Braungart. 2002. Chapter 4. Cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things. 1st ed., 92-117. New York: North Point Press.

Call Number: TD794.5 .M395 2002
745.2 21

71. Miller, Daniel, and et al. 1998. Chapters 7-9. Shopping, place, and identity., 135-93. London, New York: Routledge.

Call Number: HF5430.6.G7 S48 1998
381/.1/09421 21

72. Mintz, Sydney. 1979. Time, sugar and sweetness. Marxist Perspectives 2: 56-73.

73. Molotch, Harvey. 2003. Where Stuff Comes From: How Toasters, Toilets, Cars, Computers and Many Other Things Come to Be As They Are. New York: Routledge.

74. Mort, Frank. 1996. Chapters 1-7 and conclusion. Cultures of consumption: masculinities and social space in Late Twentieth-Century Britain., 15-90, 200-206. London, New York: Routledge.

Call Number: HF5415.33.G7 M67 1996
306.3 20

75. Mukerji, Chandra. 1983. From graven images: patterns of modern materialism. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN:0231051662 (jacket : alk. paper). 0231051670 (pbk.)

Call Number: HC51 .M77 1983
338.4/76862/09 19

76. Myers, Fred R, ed. 2001. The empire of things: regimes of value and material culture / edited by Fred R. Myers. 1st ed. School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series. Santa Fe, N.M, Oxford England: School of American Research Press. James Currey. ISBN:1930618050 (alk. paper). 1930618069 (pbk. : alk. paper)

Call Number: GN406 .E56 2001
306 21

77. Norman, Donald A. 1990. The design challenge. The design of everyday things. 1st Doubleday/Currency ed., 141-86. New York: Doubleday.

Call Number: TS171.4 .N67 1990
620.8/2 20

78. Petroski, Henry. 1993. The evolution of useful things. 1st ed. New York: Knopf. ISBN:0679412263

Call Number: T212 .P465 1992
609 20

79. Pickering, Andrew. 1995. The mangle of practice: time, agency, and science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN:0226668037 (pbk.). 0226668029

Call Number: Q175 .P522 1995
501 20

80. Pine, B. Joseph, and James H Gilmore. 1999. The experience economy : work is theatre & every business a stage. Boston : Harvard Business School Press. ISBN:0875848192

Call Number: HF5415.15 .P56 1999
658.5/6 21

81. Popeil, Ron, and Jefferson Graham. 1995. The salesman of the century. New York: Dell.

82. Porter, Michael E. 1990. The competitive advantage of nations. London: Macmillan. ISBN:0333518047

83. Postrel, Virginia I. 1998. The future and its enemies: the growing conflict over creativity, enterprise, and progress. New York: Free Press. ISBN:0684827603

Call Number: HN25 .P67 1998
303.49 21

84. Robertson, A. F. 2001. Life like dolls: the natural history of a commodity. Department of Anthropology, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA: Unpublished draft manuscript .

85. Sachs, Wolfgang, Reinhard Loske, Manfred Linz, and Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt und Energie. 1998. Paradigms. Greening the north: a post-industrial blueprint for ecology and equity.London: Zed.
Call Number: HC79.E5 S216 1998
333.7091813 21

86. Sackett, James R. 1990. Style and ethnicity in archeology. The uses of style in archaeology. eds Margaret Wright Conkey, and Christine Ann Hastorf, 32-43. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Call Number: E59.P8 U84 1990
970.01 20

87. Saferstein, Barry. 1992. Collective cognition and collaborative work: the effects of cognitive and comunicative processes on the organization of television production. Discourse & Society 3, no. 1: 61-86.

88. Saxenian, AnnaLee. 1994. Regional advantage: culture and competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. ISBN:0674753399 (alk. paper)
Call Number: HC107.C22 N677 1994
338.4/762/000979473 20

89. Scarry, Elaine. 1985. The body in pain : the making and unmaking of the world. New York : Oxford University Press. ISBN:0195036018 :

Call Number: BJ1409 .S35 1985
128 19

90. Schnapp, Jeffrey T. 1997. The fabric of modern times. Critical Inquiry 24, no. Autumn: 199-244.

91. Schudson, Michael. 1984. Advertising, the uneasy persuasion: its dubious impact on American society. New York: Basic Books. ISBN:0465000789
Call Number: HF5813.U6 S38 1984
659.1/042/0973 19

92. Scott, Allen. 1999. The US recorded music industry. Environment and Planning A 31: 1965-84.

93. Shields, Rob. 1989. Social spatialisation and the built environment: the West Edmonton Mall. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 7: 147-64.

94. Shove, Elizabeth. 2000. Defrosting the freezer: from novelty to convenience. Journal of Material Culture 5, no. 3: 301-19.

95. Smith, Cyril Stanley. 1971. Art, technology, and science: notes of their historical interaction. Perspectives in the history of science and technology . 1st ed., ed Duane H. D Roller, 166-94. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Call Number: Q125 .P473

96. Smith, Cyril Stanley, ed. 1981. A search for structure: selected essays on science, art, and history. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

Call Number: Q171 .S618
500 19

97. Stark, Miriam T. 1998. Technical choices and social boundaries in material culture patterning: an introduction. The archaeology of social boundaries., 1-11. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Press.

98. Storper, Michael. 1997. "Innovation as collective action" and Chapters 6 and 8. The regional world: territorial development in a global economy., 107-33, 134-68, 195-218. New York: Guilford Press.
Call Number: HT388 .S78 1997
337 21

99. Strasser, Susan. 1999. Having and disposing in the new consumer culture. Waste and want: a social history of trash. 1st ed., 161-201. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Call Number: HD4482 .S77 1999
363.72/8 21

100. ———. 1989. Satisfaction guaranteed: the making of the American mass market. 1st ed. New York: Pantheon Books. ISBN:039455292X

Call Number: 659.1/042/0973 20

101. Tapsell, Paul. 1997. The flight of Pareraututu: an investigation of taonga from a tribal perspective. Journal of the Polynesian Society 106, no. 4: 323-74.

102. Thompson, M. 1979. Rubbish theory : the creation and destruction of value. Oxford ;, New York : Oxford University Press. ISBN:0192176587
Call Number: HM73 .T466 1979
303.3/72 19

103. Tuan, Yi-Fu. 1980. The significance of the artifact. Geographic Review 70: 462-72.

104. Varnedoe, Kirk, Adam Gopnik, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), Art Institute of Chicago, and Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.). 1990. High & low: modern art, popular culture. New York: Museum of Modern Art. Distributed by H.N. Abrams. ISBN:0870703536. 0870703544 (pbk.). 0810960028 (Abrams)

105. Veblen, Thorstein. 1934. The theory of the leisure class: an economic study of institutions. New York: Modern Library.

106. Walkowitz, Judith. 1998. Going public: shopping, street harassment, and street walking in late Victorian London. Representation 62, no. Spring: 1-30.

107. Williams, Raymond. 1973. The country and the city. London: Chatto and Windus . ISBN:0701113715

108. Wolfe, Tom. 1981. From Bauhaus to our house. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux. ISBN:0374158924. 0374158932 (lim. ed.)
Call Number: NA712 .W6 1981
720/.973 19

109. Zukin, Sharon. 1995. While the city shops. The cultures of cities., 187-258. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.

Call Number: HT109 .Z85 1995
307.76 20

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