How is the City Written For this assessment you are required to produce a 2,500 word essay in which you answer the question â€˜how is the city written?â€™ The title is deliberately broad. It enables you to examine at greater length any single idea or set of ideas that you come across during your reading, discussions and further research. You might compare and contrast two theorists who understand the city as a â€˜social textâ€™ for instance; or you might explore the contemporary political implications of avant garde writing about the city â€“ such as the Situationists, etcâ€¦ To give you an indication of what is expected of you in terms of â€˜engagementâ€™, â€˜evidenceâ€™, â€˜understandingâ€™ and â€˜qualityâ€™, examples of student work from previous years will be made available as attached addition files in my account Writing the Essay please use following theories. It is VERY IMPORTANT to use this theories. Forms, methods, materials â€“ Lonely Planet, 2013. â€˜Introduction: The Art of Good Travel Writingâ€™, from The Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Writing, London: Lonely Planet, pp. 6-23; Sandhu, Sukhdev., 2007. â€˜Fugitive Texts: Graffiti Writersâ€™ and â€˜in Night Haunts. London: Artangel, pp. 80-89 (full text also available online: http://www.nighthaunts.org.uk/ Surrealism and Situationism / The marvellous in the everyday â€“ Coverley, Merlin, 2010. â€˜Psychogeography and Surrealismâ€™ in Pstchogeography, Harpenden: Pocket Essentials, pp. 72-110; Debord, Guy., 1996. â€˜Theory of the dÃ©riveâ€™ . reprinted in Andreotti and Costa, eds. 1996. Theory of the Derive and Other Situationist Writings of the City, Barcelona: ACTAR, pp 22-27 Psychogeography /Field trips â€“ Certeau, Michel de., â€˜Walking in the Cityâ€™ in The Practice of Everyday Life. Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press, pp.91-110; Sinclair, Iain. 2009. â€˜At large in a â€œfictionalâ€ Hackneyâ€™. [Online] available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/video/2009/mar/03/hackney-iain- sinclair [Accessed at 28 September 2012; Sinclair, Iain. 2011. â€˜Westfield Wonderlandâ€™ in Ghostmilk: Calling Time on the Grand Project, London: Verso, no pagination. Ghostsigns â€“ Roberts, Sam and Sebastian Groes, 2007. â€˜Ghostisgns: Londonâ€™s fading Spectacle of Historyâ€™, Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, 5:2. URL: http://www.literarylondon.org/london-journal/september2007/robertsgroes.html â€˜The man of the crowdâ€™ â€“ Poe, Edgar Allan., 1996. â€˜The man of the crowdâ€™ in Tales of Mystery and Imagination. London: Longman, pp.254-287; Woolf, Virginia., 2005. â€˜Street Haunting: A London Adventureâ€™ in Street Haunting. London: Penguin, pp.1-15; Wilson, Elizabeth. (1992) â€˜The Invisible Flaneurâ€™, New Left Review 190, pp. 90-110. Gender and urban experience â€“ McLuhan, Marshall, 2001. Understanding Media , New York and London: Routledge, pp. 3-6. Media as â€˜the extensions of manâ€™ â€“ Varnelis, Kazys and Friedberg, Anne. 2008. â€˜Place: The Networking of Public Spaceâ€™ in Varnelis ed. Networked Publics, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp.15-42. Available online:http://networkedpublics.org/kvarnelis/blog/new_networked_publics_site Self and community in the network society â€“ http://hideandseek.net/; Mary Flanagan. 2009. â€˜Artistâ€™s Locative gamesâ€™ in Critical play: radical game design. MIT Press, pp. 189-222; Henry Jenkins. 2006. â€˜”Complete Freedom of Movement”: Video Games as Gendered Play Spacesâ€™  in Katie Salen and Eric Zimmerman eds. The Game Design Reader: A Rules of PLay Anthology, MIT Press, pp. 330-363. Pervasive gaming â€“ Extracts from Sontag, Susan, 1979. On Photography. Harmondsworth: Penguin; Price, Derrick. 2000. â€˜Surveyors and Surveyed: Photography Out and Aboutâ€™ in Liz Wells ed.The Photography Reader, London and New York: Routledge. pp 95-93. PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT ?