Graffiti and Contestation in the Linguistic Landscape

JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hanauer, D. (2011). The discursive construction of the separation wall at Abu Dis: Graffiti as political discourse. Journal of
        Language and Politics, 10 (3), 301–321. - see file below
Hanauer, D. (2010). Laboratory identity: A linguistic landscape analysis of personalized space within a microbiology
        laboratory. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 7 (2), 152-172.
Hanauer, D. (2004) Silence, voice and erasure: Psychological embodiment in graffiti at the site of Prime Minister Rabin’s
        assassination. The Arts in Psychotherapy 31, 29-35.-see file below
BOOK CHAPTERS
Hanauer, D. (in press). Transitory linguistic landscapes as political discourse: Signage at three demonstrations in Pittsburgh,
        USA. In C. Helot and M. Barni (Eds.), Linguistic Landscapes, Multilingualism and Social Change. Frankfurt: Peter
        Lang.
Hanauer, D. (2010). Microbiology Laboratory Benchspace Literacy: Gigapan Imaging Enhancing Linguistic Landscape
        Research. Fine International Conference on Gigapixel Imaging for Science. Paper
        28.http://repository.cmu.edu/gigapixel/28
Hanauer, D. (2009). Science and the linguistic landscape: A genre analysis of representational wall space within a microbiology
        laboratory. In: E. Shohamy and D. Gorter (Eds.), Linguistic Landscape: Expanding the Scenery. New York: Routledge,
        pp. 287-301.
Hanauer, D. (1999). A genre approach to graffiti at the site of Prime Minister Rabin’s assassination. In D. Zissenzwein and D.
        Schers (Eds.), Present and Future: Jewish Culture, Identity and Language. Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University Press, pp.
        63-78.
 
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David Hanauer,
Mar 4, 2012, 3:52 PM
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