"Affective Architectures: An Introduction" Part 1: Affective Politics: Negotiating Identities in Places of Difficult Memory 1. "Give them more and more for their dollar": Searching for Slavery Amongst the Plantation Edutainment Complex 2. The Old/New Unit 731 Museum: A Place of Memory and Oblivion 3. Dwellers of Silence: Conflict and Affective Borderlands of the Estadio Nacional, Santiago de Chile 4. Toxic Landfills, Survivor Trees, and Dust Cloud Memories: More-than-Human Ecologies of 9/11 Memory 5. The Affect of Memorializing the Loss, the Affect of Losing the Memorial: Confederate War Monuments in New Orleans Part 2: Embedded Geographies: Negotiating the Affective in (Extra)Ordinary Landscapes 6. Memorializing Lincoln's Life Where He Died 7. Body in the Forbidden City: Embodied Sensibilities and Lived Experience in the Imperial Architecture 8. Lamenting the Dead: The Affective Afterlife of Poets' Graves 9. Colonial Unknowing and Affective Uncertainty: Sewers and Eels in Troy, New York 10. Placing Affective Architectures in Landscapes of Public Pedagogy at the University Part 3: Affective Methodologies: Negotiating More-Than-Representational Approaches in Spatial Design 11. The Memory in Bodily and Architectural Making: Reflections from Embodied Cognitive Science 12. Architecture as Memorialisation: 'Using' Buildings to Remember the Shoah 13. Using Game Engines to Create Activist Spatial Experiences of the occupation of Palestine 14. Embedded Memories of Site at Woodford Academy, National Trust of Australia 15. Virtual Reality and Memorials: (Re)Building and Experiencing the Past
Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas PhD is Assistant Professor of Museum Studies and Public History at the University of Central Oklahoma and Director of the Master of Arts Graduate Program in Museum Studies. Her research explores the cultural politics of place-making at sites of difficult heritage. She is also author of the forthcoming Routledge title Affective Heritage: Mining Memory, Mediating Trauma at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.Angela M. Person is Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma. Her research looks at relationships between built environments and cultural memory. She is co-author of The Care and Keeping of Cultural Facilities and co-editor of Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture.