Place Based Concepts

A place-based concept is a conjunction that highlights the commonalities and complexities of place-based identity among a vast array of political allegiances and experienced emotions. Each unique conjunction connects up to six categories of component to each textual spatial image.

Those components are:

  1. type (e.g. home, not-home, fantasy place, road, edge, front)
  2. scale (e.g. village, city, region, nation, empire, world)
  3. politics (e.g. Bolshevik, tsarist, nationalist, regionalist)
  4. feeling (e.g. jubilation, grief, irony, love, belligerence)
  5. time (e.g. epic time, apocalyptic time, bad past)
  6. genre (e.g. place, liminal space)

PBC0052

ID: 52

PBC0054

ID: 54

PBC0057

ID: 57

PBC0063

ID: 63

PBC0066

ID: 66

PBC0068

ID: 68

PBC0092

ID: 92

PBC0101

ID: 101

PBC0109

ID: 109

PBC0110

ID: 110

PBC0132

ID: 132

PBC0150

ID: 150

PBC0156

ID: 156

PBC0170

ID: 170

PBC0171

ID: 171

PBC0173

ID: 173

PBC0174

ID: 174

PBC0175

ID: 175

PBC0176

ID: 176

PBC0178

ID: 178

PBC0181

ID: 181

PBC0189

ID: 189

PBC0192

ID: 192

PBC0201

ID: 201

PBC0202

ID: 202

PBC0203

ID: 203

PBC0207

ID: 207

PBC0218

ID: 218

PBC0228

ID: 228

PBC0230

ID: 230

PBC0231

ID: 231

PBC0233

ID: 233

PBC0239

ID: 239

PBC0242

ID: 242

PBC0243

ID: 243

PBC0244

ID: 244

PBC0257

ID: 257

PBC0258

ID: 258

PBC0268

ID: 268

PBC0271

ID: 271

PBC0272

ID: 272

PBC0282

ID: 282

PBC0283

ID: 283

PBC0284

ID: 284

PBC0286

ID: 286

PBC0287

ID: 287

PBC0289

ID: 289

PBC0290

ID: 290

PBC0312: shame

ID: 312
“  I crumple the map in my hands…  ”

–  Bogorodskii