Saturday, June 16, 2018

Visite guidée : L'histoire de Salies-de-Béarn à travers sa toponymie

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Organisateur : Pays d'Art et d'Histoire d'Orthez et du Béarn des Gaves
La toponymie, c’est ce qu’il reste lorsque parfois les pierres ont disparu… Dans le coeur du bourg ancien où les rues courbes vous font perdre votre chemin, venez découvrir l’étonnante histoire de Salies-de-Béarn grâce au nom de ses places, ses rues et ses maisons.
Tarifs : 2 €/Adulte ; Gratuit : enfant, étudiant, demandeur d'emploi, handicapé (sur justificatif). Pas d'inscription préalable nécessaire. Renseignements : 05 59 60 81 60 - tourisme@cc-lacqorthez.fr - www.patrimoine-bearn-gaves.com
Ouverture :
le 23/06/2018 - 15:00h
Type : Culturelle
Catégorie : Visite
Thème : Historique, Patrimoine culturel
Intérêt : Promotion locale

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Call for Papers: 2019 ANS Conference Special Panel on Names, Naming, Gender, Sex

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The ANS is currently inviting abstract submissions for this special panel on Names, Naming, Gender, Sex, and Sexual Orientation at the 2019 annual conference, which will be to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society of America. Although all topics within the theme are welcomed, papers dealing with the following questions are of particular interest: 1) general naming trends and controversies within the LGBT community; 2) official naming policies and laws for the designation of gender, sex, and sexual orientation; 3) considerations around name selection and name changes for trans people; 4) the intersection of gender, power, and naming for LGBT people.

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is August 15, 2018. To submit a proposal, simply send in a 350-word abstract (excluding references), a 100-word shortened version, and a 80-word biographical sketch in prose. Please email these materials to Dr. I. M. Nick using the following address: mavi.yaz@web.de. For organizational purposes, please be sure to include the phrase “ANS-Gender 2019” in the subject line of your email. All proposals will be subject to independent blind review. Official notifications of proposal acceptances will be sent on or before October 1, 2018. All authors whose papers have been accepted must be current members of both the ANS and the Linguistic Society of America. Please feel free to contact Dr. I. M. Nick mavi.yaz@web.de or Ms. Laurel Sutton laurelasutton@gmail.com should have you any questions or concerns.
We look forward to receiving your submission!

Monday, June 11, 2018

Cross Talk "What's the story behind a unique place name in your community?"


Guest: Aaron O'Brien, mapped trails and local place names on a map between Cape Broyle and Cappahayden.

Présentation de la conférence "La toponymie pour comprendre les territoires"





Jacki Pilon est interrogé par Pierre Noël Favennec.

Research project on personal names in the Roman Empire got SSHRC Partnership Development Grant

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Three history research projects receive SSHRC Partnership Development Grants


Three history research projects led by York University researchers have received close to $200,000 each in funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Projects led by Professors Jonathan Edmondson, Paul Lovejoy and Carolyn Podruchny have been awarded the research grants through SSHRC’s Partnership Development Grants program.
“York University is delighted with the success of our researchers. I want to congratulate Professors Edmondson, Lovejoy and Podruchny,” said Robert Haché, vice-president research & innovation at York University. “These SSHRC grants provide support for team-based partnerships and collaborations to develop research and related activities in the social sciences and humanities. York U, No. 1 in Ontario for collaborative research publications, values collaboration.”
Analyzing the value of personal names in the Roman Empire
Jonathan Edmondson
Edmondson is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of History in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (LA&PS) at York University. His research interests are in Roman History, in particular in the society, economy and culture of Roman Spain (especially Lusitania) from the late Iron Age to the late Roman Empire; Roman epigraphy, especially of the Roman Empire; gladiators in Roman society; the Roman family; and Greco-Roman historiography, especially Cassius Dio.
Edmondson’s international project is titled, “Names and identity in Roman Spain: The ADOPIA project.” Using the provinces of Lusitania and Baetica as test cases, the project team consisting of 23 scholars from four institutions will develop the digital mapping web-portal Atlas Digital Onomastique de la Péninsule Ibérique (ADOPIA). The four partner organizations involved in this three-year project are York University, the Institut Ausonius in France, the Centro CIL II and the Archivo Epigráfico de Hispania, both based in Spain.
Scholars from all four institutions will collect and analyze more than 15,000 inscriptions of varied types from a variety of sources including tombstones, public and private documents, building inscriptions and votive dedications to divinities. The findings will be used to deepen scholarly understanding of the significance of personal names as evidence for personal identity and cultural change in the Roman Empire from 200 BCE to 250 CE.

Seminaire "L’onomastique de Hatra et des cités voisines"

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 Hatra, située en Mésopotamie (en Iraq actuel, à env. 90 km au sud-ouest de Mossoul), a connu son heure de gloire du début du 2e siècle apr. J.-C. jusque vers 240, date de sa chute devant les Perses sassanides et de son abandon. Ville araméenne d’après la langue utilisée dans l’épigraphie, elle a été sujette à l’influence de ses puissants voisins iraniens. Sa proximité avec la Babylonie, avec les populations de langue arabe et avec le monde hellénophone ont aussi joué un rôle dans son histoire. L’ensemble de ces éléments explique la complexité de l’onomastique locale qu’il est intéressant d’essayer de définir, en comparaison avec celle des régions voisines.

New versions of the bibliography on commercial names by Ilia Baranov

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It is a bibliography on commercial names (or may be better to call them ‘pragmatic names’?) research and development, mostly in English and Russian. About 4,000 entries with keyword filters gathered in two Google tables’ sheets, Cyrillic and Latin. Commentary option is available for users. Main problem is to cover social and cognitive sciences by overall system of keywords. It is far from perfect. Each string contains keywords grouping in 8 topics:
  • nat_lang: language (or area) of names under consideration. Russian in Cyrillic section and English in Latin section are not mentioned except of cross-language researches;
  • market segment of named items, including arts, politics and sport;      
  • species of names concerning names items: companies (ergonym), goods (pragmatonym, chrematonym), places, colors, people, machines, as well as animals, robots and fictional beings;
  • properties of names, linguistic par excellence: semantics, grammar (morphology and syntax), orthography, graphics, phonetics;     
  • perception of names, mostly measureable, by target auditory;             
  • process of name invention and living: creation, selection criteria, test, localization, registration, usage;             
  • research: terminology, taxonomy, history, ethics, statistics, methods, science areas, law, management, popular articles; Importance key concerns connections between business efficacy and name properties;
  • additions: neighbor topics or research fields.
Keywords are listed in separate table sheet. They are counted separately for Latin and Cyrillic parts. One could see the topic bias to descriptive linguistics in Cyrillic section and the bias to marketing research in Latin section. Is it the consequence of gathering method or real difference, we do not know yet. Any suggestions?
New version 1.4007 is now available (May 2018). 500+ entries were added and 400+ unrelated ones were removed, much of them were concerned general onomastics, phonetic symbolism, word/letter recognition, reading, neuroscience and branding. Works devoted to name letter effect (NLE key) are not directly concerned to commercial names but still presented in bibliography. Papers in Slavic languages were added, mostly in Latin section. Keyword system was revised, expanded and fixed. ‘Common’ key was removed from Research topic.
Additions and improvement suggestions are welcome at need@brnd.name.

Friday, June 8, 2018

TOPONYMIE ET RESSOURCES GÉOLOGIQUES EN AMÉRIQUE DU NORD (QUÉBEC)

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TOPONYMIE ET RESSOURCES GÉOLOGIQUES EN AMÉRIQUE DU NORD (QUÉBEC)


Marcienne Martin
Nomino ergo sum 
LINGUISTIQUE SCIENCES DE LA VIE ET DE LA TERREAMÉRIQUE DU NORD Canada 


C'est en consultant des articles en relation avec la toponymie aux Archives nationales de Paris que l'auteur a découvert des toponymes de type descriptif, transcrits en langue inuite, mais traduits en langue française, et en relation avec des roches situées dans le nord du Québec. Cette approche particulière de la géologie présente un intérêt essentiel : l'observation exacte faite par les populations autochtones, puisque leur répertoire toponymique leur servait de carte d'orientation sur le terrain, ce qui fait référence aux technologies actuelles comme le GPS ou géopositionnement par satellite.


Titulaire d'un doctorat en sciences du langage et professeure associée à l'UQAT — Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue [Canada], Marcienne Martin est l'auteur de nombreux ouvrages parus aux éditions L'Harmattan. Membre du comité de rédaction de la Nouvelle Revue d'Onomastique, Membre d'International Institute of Informatics and Systemics (IIIS), co-directrice de la collection : Nomino ergo sum dédiée à la nomination, aux éditions L'Harmattan, cette chercheuse a donné des conférences touchant l'onomastique et les NTIC en France et à l'étranger. Elle écrit aussi des articles en relation avec ces domaines de recherche.

Broché - format : 15,5 x 24 cm
ISBN : 978-2-343-15059-8 • 6 juin 2018 • 316 pages 
EAN13 : 9782343150598
EAN PDF : 9782140092770 

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Third Extended Call for Papers by American Name Society 2019

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The ANS is inviting abstract submissions for the 2019 annual conference to be held in conjunction with the Linguistic Society of America.  Abstracts in any area of onomastic research are welcome. The deadline for receipt of abstracts is July 31, 2018.  To submit a proposal, simply complete the 2019 Author Information Form.
Please email this completed form to Dr. Dorothy Dodge Robbins using the following address: drobbins@latech.edu. For organizational purposes, please be sure to include the phrase “ANS 2019” in the subject line of your email. Presenters who may need additional time to secure international payments and travel visas to the United States are urged to submit their proposal as soon as possible.
All proposals will be subjected to blind review. Official notification of proposal acceptances will be sent on or before September 30, 2018. All authors whose papers have been accepted must be current members of the ANS and need to register with both the ANS and the Linguistic Society of America. Please feel free to contact Dr. Dorothy Dodge Robbins should you have any questions or concerns.
We look forward to receiving your submission!

Conférence: « Les noms de lieux à Oupeye »

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du 24/06/2018 09:00 au 24/06/2018 10:30

Que signifient et qu’évoquent les noms Abhooz, Cockroux, Crétoux, Femripont, Gorée, Grand-Aaz, Hallembaye, Sondeville, Vivreuse-Voie, etc. ? Une plongée dans les racines linguistiques de la toponymie locale, des origines pré-celtiques au latin et aux anciennes langues germaniques. Conférence agrémentée d’illustrations, d’anciennes cartes et de souvenirs dialectaux.

Une conférence de Monsieur Daniel Droixhe
Professeur émérite de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles
Chargé de cours honoraire de l’Université de Liège
Membre de l’Académie royale de langue et de littérature françaises de Belgique

Au Château d'Oupeye, 127 rue du Roi Albert à 4680 Oupeye
Entrée libre

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Official launch of the online List of Standardised Welsh Place-names

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Official launch of the online List of Standardised Welsh Place-names

Wednesday, 20 June, 2018 | 18:00 - 19:30
The Pierhead, Cardiff Bay
The Welsh Language Commissioner, Meri Huws, wishes to invite you to the official launch of the
Online List of Standardised Welsh Place-names
Where: The Pierhead, Cardiff Bay
Date: 20 June 2018
Time:18:00
Sponsored by Dr Dai Lloyd AM
Speakers:
  • Dr Dylan Foster Evans, Cardiff University
  • Meri Huws, Welsh Language Commissioner
  • Pamela Whitham, Ordnance Survey
Upon registering we ask you kindly to note the name of the town or village where you were raised in the 'additional information' box!

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Band 109/110 Namenkundlichen Informationen "Namen in Europa"

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Band 109/110

Namen in Europa

Onomastische Beiträge aus Geschichte und Gegenwart im kulturellen Kontext

AUTOR(EN) / HERAUSGEBER
Susanne Baudisch
Angelika Bergien
Albrecht Greule
Karlheinz Hengst
Dieter Kremer
Dietlind Kremer
Steffen Patzold (Hg.)
SPRACHE(N)
Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
ERSCHEINUNGSDATUM
30.05.2018
VERARBEITUNG
Broschur
UMFANG
685 Seiten
ISBN
978-3-96023-186-8
PREIS
49.00 €












Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Formation à distance en toponymie

Toponymie francophone



Outre les définitions et les fonctions utiles en toponymie, cette formation est centrée sur les toponymes, leurs écritures et les supports les plus représentatifs de la toponymie. De plus, sont abordées la gestion en toponymie et la notion de patrimoine culturel immatériel (Unesco).



Nota. La trame de cette formation à distance en toponymie reprend la grille du prototype de cours Introduction à la toponymie, définie entre 2005 et 2008 par Henri Dorion et Myriam Hallé (Québec), Élisabeth Calvarin et Pierre Jaillard (France), avec la collaboration de la firme TerDor.



Auteur : Élisabeth CALVARIN
A propos des ressources : Le cours de toponymie de l'ENSG répond à un besoin précis. Il est limité pour rester aux données essentielles. L'enseignement donné n'a de sens que s'il peut être appliqué aux travaux et devrait être perçu comme une base préparant à des perfectionnements ultérieurs.

    A propos des ressources : Outre les définitions et les fonctions utiles en toponymie, ce cours est centré sur les toponymes, leurs écritures et les supports les plus représentatifs de la toponymie. De plus, il aborde la gestion en toponymie et la notion de patrimoine culturel immatériel (Unesco).

      A propos des ressources : Connaître l'origine des toponymes en cartographie francophone.

      Monday, May 28, 2018

      Поздравляем председателя Топонимической комиссии с юбилеем!

      Facebook by Andrey A. Herzen

      Сердечно поздравляем председателя Топонимической комиссии профессора Андрея Васильевича Барандеева с юбилеем! Желаем крепкого здоровья, долгих лет жизни, благополучия в семье и дальнейших успехов в научной жизни.

      Thursday, May 24, 2018

      Conference "The family between demographic and social changes" in Bologna

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      Triennial conference S.I.De.S. 

      "The family between demographic and social changes" 


      Bologna, 24-26 October 2018 

      Call for papers 

      S.I.De.S. (Italian Society of Historical Demography) invites scientific proposals to the triennial conference "The family between demographic and social changes". The conference aims to highlight new directions, topics and perspectives related to the role of the family within the processes and demographic mechanisms. Nowadays a new dynamic and longitudinal approach characterizes the analysis of the family groups in historical demography, complementing the analysis of structural family classifications prevailing in the past. Due to the diversity of the subject, proposals that address the issue in a multidisciplinary way are welcome. S.I.De.S. also solicits comparative proposals, both in the Italian and European context. Regarding the covered period of time, historical contributions will be favoured, but studies and analyses that address the issue from a diachronic perspective, linking the past and the present, are not excluded a priori. The conference is organized, even if not exclusively, in following thematic sessions.

      Family and naming practices 
      Michaël Gasperoni, Vincent Gourdon, Cyril Grange

      This session aims to analyze family practices of naming both children and adults (monastication, conversion and change of religion, name change for personal reasons, etc.), in an extended geographical area (Europe) and in a long-term perspective (Middle Ages – Modern Times). The session will privilege contributions that are not limited to listing and classifying names, but rather help to understand family or individual logics related to the name choice, the systems of representations and the strategies adopted among kin or within a social group to attribute and use certain names. The name choice was certainly made according to the circumstances, but also in connection with the moment and the way it became formally transmitted. For the latter, contexts of proclamation and registration in the sources will be the object of special attention. Medium or longterm studies are especially (though not exclusively) welcome. Issues to be raised, in particular: - The mechanisms of name transmission within the family, their evolution, social and spatial divergences. - The impact of social configurations on name choice and assignment: position among siblings and kin (within the age ranking and total number of siblings, etc.), legitimate or illegitimate birth, homogenitoriality, role and impact of family events (dead kin, migration, etc.). - Political, religious and social context: wars, authoritarian political regimes, secularization of civil records, access to nationality, integration or segregation of religious minorities, etc. - The use of names within the family (usual and unusual names, use of the name in intra-family exchanges, etc.).

      Family relations and social change
      Elisabetta Cioni

      Marriage and family life cicle
      Marcantonio Caltabiano, Stanislao Mazzoni

      Family, well-being and health in the process of demographic modernization
      Josep Bernabeu-Mestre, Lucia Pozzi

      Fragile families 
      Matteo Manfredini, Francesco Scalone

      Family, labour and economy in the Early Modern period (XVIth-XVIIIth centuries) 
      Luca Mocarelli, Giulio Ongaro

      Social "networks" and migratory "chains": family and mobility
      Michele Nani

      Proposals, eventually including the session, have to be sent to Stanislao Mazzoni (stanislao.mazzoni@gmail.com or smazzoni@uniss.it). The deadline is on the 21st May 2018. A proposal should include: data/methods, sources and first results.

      Wednesday, May 23, 2018

      L'onomastique en negro-culture

      FNAC

      Mbonji Edjenguèlè (Auteur) Paul Abouna (Auteur) Dits et non-dits Paru le 20 avril 2018 Essai (broché)

      D'où vient-il que les premiers à inventer les noms et à en faire un élément constitutif de l'être humain, les Noirs africains, en sont arrivés à arborer des noms et prénoms associant deux ou trois composantes dissensuelles, contradictoires, dépersonnalisantes ? Kwedi Laeticia Mort – Joie Misse Esther Terre – Étoile Minyono Irène Pleurs – Paix Ze Rachèl Panthère et Brébis Foning Rebécca Roi de la concession et flatterie D'où vient-il que les Africains tournent le dos à la création nominale pour se satisfaire de copier des noms qui les inscrivent dans les termes de référence d'autres cultures ? Ce livre expose le mécanisme de structuration, de taxonomie et d'impartition des significations et des fonctions au nom, tout en s'interrogeant sur les enjeux ethnocidaires d'un certain système onomastique à velléité amplective. Lors même que notre réflexion y verrait une stratégie de domination, elle se limite ici à en émettre l'hypothèse.


      Workshop "Namen pragmatisch: Namen wählen – Namen geben – Namen nehmen"

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      VERBAL-Workshop im Rahmen der ÖLT (Österreichische Linguistiktagung) (Innsbruck, 28.10.2018)
      Namen pragmatisch: Namen wählen – Namen geben – Namen nehmen


      Nicht nur die Ergebnisse onymischer Benennungsvorgänge – Namen – an sich, sondern auch Benennungsvorgänge selbst, damit zusammenhängende Praktiken und Situationen sowie daran Beteiligte sind onomastisch relevant. Seien es
      • onomasiologische oder psychologische Benennungsbedürfnisse (Letztere etwa bei experimentierenden Kindern, bei Liebenden oder Spottenden),                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Foto der ÖLT aus dem Jahr 2017

      • Motive bei der Namenwahl (inkl. deren Diskursivierungen),
      • meta-onymische Regelungen (in die neben sprachlichem und linguistischem Wissen etwa auch juridisches, historisches oder geografisches einfließt) wie Vorgaben zur Benennung von Verkehrsflächen oder im Markenrecht oder Umbenennungen (etwa von Menschen, Siedlungen oder Produkten),
      • oder aber formelle/informelle Rahmen für Namenwechsel (etwa von Personen oder Gegenständen) –
        Das Handeln rund um die Konstruktion “Namen – Namenträger*in” stellen wir, die Romanistinnen Marietta Calderón & Sandra Herling, ins Zentrum dieses VERBAL-Workshops; wir freuen uns auf Beiträge zu unterschiedlichen Sprachen und Themen. Eine Publikation geeigneter Beiträge auf Deutsch in einer Nummer der ÖNf (Österreichische Namenforschung) ist, sofern die Beiträger*innen dies wünschen, geplant.
      Namen, Beitragstitel und Abstracts (mit bis zu 300 Wörtern) bitte bis 31. Juli 2018 an herling@romanistik.uni-siegen.de oder marietta.calderon@sbg.ac.at – Anfang August werden wir Rückmeldung darüber geben, ob der Beitrag in unseren Workshop aufgenommen wurde, sowie ggf. weitere Details zur Anmeldung.

      Marietta Calderón (Salzburg) & Sandra Herling (Siegen)

      Topography and Toponymy in the Ancient Near East: Perspectives and Prospects

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      The present volume, based on a conference on Ancient Near Eastern historical geography and toponymy held at the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) on 27-28 February 2014, brings together 12 contributions by Belgian and international specialists on various aspects of this field of research. They deal with the entire Ancient Near East (Anatolia, Levant, Mesopotamia and Iran). Chronologically, the various contributions in the volume discuss topics situated in the 3rd, 2nd and 1st Millennia BC.
      The articles in this volume are arranged geographically, starting with items on Anatolia, followed by studies on Mesopotamian and Levantine topography and finally a third part on ancient Iran and Elam. They will doubtlessly demonstrate the high importance of the study of historical geography and toponymy for our understanding of the history of the Ancient Near East and will also stimulate the research on the historical geography of the ancient Near East.

      Table of contents:

      Abbreviations
      Introduction

      Part I – Anatolia
      H. Bru, Remarques sur la topographie et la toponymie de la Phrygie
      Parorée
      M. Forlanini, La route des « Portes Ciliciennes » et ses embranchements avant l’âge classique
      G. Labarre & M. Özsait, Les cités riveraines des lacs pisidiens
      (Burdur et Eğirdir)
      L. Locatelli, Ariassos et Pergé : deux toponymes anatoliens.
      Hypothèses et tentatives d’interprétation

      Part II – Mesopotamia and the Levant
      A. Goddeeris, Fields of Nippur. Irrigation Districts and Lexicography
      in Old Babylonian Nippur
      E. Gubel, D’Orthosia à Ard Arṭousi. Notes de toponymie historique
      akkariote – IV
      M. Luukko, Observations on Neo-Assyrian Practices of Naming
      Places
      D. Michaux-Colombot, Locating the country Meluḫḫa mentioned
      in cuneiform sources and identifying it with that of MḏꜢ from
      Egyptian sources

      Part III – Elam and Iran
      G.P. Basello, Administrative Topography in Comparison: Overlapping
      Jurisdiction between the Susa Acropole Tablets and
      the Persepolis Fortification Tablets
      VI table of contents
      K. De Graef, In Susa’s Fields. On the Topography of Fields in
      Old Babylonian Administrative Documents from Susa
      E. Gorris, Crossing the Elamite Borderlands: A Study of Interregional
      Contacts between Elam and ‘Kingdom’ of Hara(n)
      A. Tourovets, The Assyrian Itineraries in the Zagros and the Questio
      about the Correlation between Toponymy and Geography
      Index

      Monday, May 21, 2018

      The Political Life of Urban Streetscapes: Naming, Politics, and Place

      Routledge



      Streetscapes are part of the taken-for-granted spaces of everyday urban life, yet they are also contested arenas in which struggles over identity, memory, and place shape the social production of urban space. This book examines the role that street naming has played in the political life of urban streetscapes in both historical and contemporary cities. The renaming of streets and remaking of urban commemorative landscapes have long been key strategies that different political regimes have employed to legitimize spatial assertions of sovereign authority, ideological hegemony, and symbolic power. Over the past few decades, a rich body of critical scholarship has explored the politics of urban toponymy, and the present collection brings together the works of geographers, anthropologists, historians, linguists, planners, and political scientists to examine the power of street naming as an urban place-making practice. Covering a wide range of case studies from cities in Europe, North America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia, the contributions to this volume illustrate how the naming of streets has been instrumental to the reshaping of urban spatial imaginaries and the cultural politics of place.

      Table of Contents

      1. The Urban Streetscape as Political Cosmos
      [Reuben Rose-Redwood, Derek Alderman, and Maoz Azaryahu]
      2. Reading Street Names Politically: A Second Reading
      [Kari Palonen]
      3. Colonial Urban Order, Cultural Politics, and the Naming of Streets in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Singapore
      [Brenda Yeoh]
      4. Revisiting East Berlin and Haifa: A Comparative Perspective on Renaming the Past
      [Maoz Azaryahu]
      5. "Armed with an Encyclopedia and an Axe": The Socialist and Post-Socialist Street Toponymy of East Berlin Revisited Through Gramsci
      [Jani Vuolteenaho and Guy Puzey]
      6. Building a New City Through a New Discourse: Street Name Revolutions in Budapest
      [Emilia Palonen]
      7. Locating the Geopolitics of Memory in the Polish Streetscape
      [Danielle Drozdzewski]
      8. Toponymic Changes as Temporal Boundary-Making: Street Renaming in Leningrad/St Petersburg
      [Anaïs Marin]
      9. The Spatial Codification of Values in Zagreb’s City-Text
      [Laura Sakaja and Jelena Stanic]
      10. Nationalizing the Streetscape: The Case of Street Renaming in Mostar, Bosnia, and Herzegovina
      [Monika Palmberger]
      11. The Politics of Toponymic Continuity: The Limits of Change and the Ongoing Lives of Street Names
      [Duncan Light and Craig Young]
      12. Toponymic Complexities in Sub-Saharan African Cities: Informative and Symbolic Aspects from Past to Present
      [Liora Bigon and Ambe Njoh]
      13. Coloring "Rainbow" Streets: The Struggle for Toponymic Multiracialism in Urban Post-Apartheid South Africa
      [Wale Adebanwi]
      14. Street Renaming, Symbolic Capital, and Resistance in Durban, South Africa
      [James Duminy]
      15. Street Naming and the Politics of Belonging: Spatial Injustices in the Toponymic Commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr.
      [Derek Alderman and Joshua Inwood]
      16. From Number to Name: Symbolic Capital, Places of Memory, and the Politics of Street Renaming in New York City
      [Reuben Rose-Redwood]
      17. Toponymic Checksum or Flotsam? Recalculating Dubai’s Grid with Makani, "the Smartest Map in the World"
      [Maral Sotoudehnia]
      18. Contemporary Issues and Future Horizons of Critical Urban Toponymy

      [Reuben Rose-Redwood, Derek Alderman, and Maoz Azaryahu]