Sintaxis espacial – Bibliografía y recursos

by billyr ~ febrero 24th, 2009. Filed under: Complejidad, Sintaxis espacial.

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Esta sección incluirá un listado bibliográfico permanentemente actualizado y con vínculos vivos a textos actuales de sintaxis espacial y temas conexos de relevancia para la antropología urbana, la arqueología del paisaje, el estudio de la construcción social del ambiente construido y el trabajo transdisciplinario.

Por el momento, éstos son los vínculos a temas conexos dentro de este mismo blog:

Vínculos útiles:

Space Syntax Symposium 8, Santiago de Chile, January 2012:

http://www.sss8.cl/welcome/

Estudio de Caso: Museo Nacional de Colombia – Norma Pérez Reynoso:

http://normaperezreynoso.com.ar/museos-y-galerias-estudios-de-sintaxis-del-espacio/
Bartlett School – Space Syntax:

http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/space-syntax
Bibliografía y recursos:

Repositorio bibliográfico central en Sintaxis del Espacio:
http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/cgi/search/advanced?screen=Public%3A%3AEPrintSearch&_fulltext__merge=ALL&_fulltext_=&title_merge=ALL&title=&creators_name_merge=ANY&creators_name=hillier+hanson+penn+vaughan+sailer+hanna+turner+griffiths+fatah+iida+zako++psarra+karimi+sayed+friedrich&editors_name_merge=ALL&editors_name=&abstract_merge=ALL&abstract=&divisions=BEF&divisions_merge=ALL&date=&satisfyall=ALL&order=-date%2Fcreators_name%2Ftitle&_action_search=Search
Portal de los Simposios de Sintaxis del Espacio:
http://www.spacesyntax.net/symposia/
Listado bibliográfico:

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Banning, E. B. 1996. “Houses, compounds, and mansions in the prehistoic Near East”. En: G. Coupland y E. B. Banning (compiladores), People who lived in big houses: Archaeolo­gi­cal perspectives on large domestics structures. Monographs in World Archaeology 27, Madison, Prehistory Press, pp. 165-185.

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