Tag Archives: Situationists

Embedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk Horror and the Everyday

I’ve had a few requests to share the talk I gave at The Unseelie Court event organised by Folk Horror Revival in October. So here it is:    We’ll come back to that guy on the slide later. I’m guessing … Continue reading

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Ask a Psychogeographer: Interview on Prehistories

I recently tried to answer a few questions about psychogeography for the wonderful Prehistories website.  Here is an extract: Ask a… psychogeographer Interview with Murdo Eason, The Fife Psychogeographical Collective. For any readers who haven’t encountered psychogeography before, could you give a … Continue reading

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Is this the first published use of the term ‘psychogeography’?

“The science of anthropogeography, or more properly speaking, psychogeography, deals with the influence of geographical environment on the human mind.” J. Walter Fewkes, Bureau of American Ethnology, (1905) . ≈≈≈ . Presented in  a paper ‘Climate and Cult’ published in the … Continue reading

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