Marc Angelil and Cary Siress, “
Going Around in Circles-Regimes Of Waste
Sabine Barles, “History of Waste Management and The Social and Cultural Representations of Waste,” in World Environmental History.
: The Geopolitics of Landfilling in Michigan" in
edited by John Knechtel (Cambridge: MIT Press 2006): 132–155.
Pierre Bélanger, “
Landscapes of Disassembly
60 (2007): 83–91.
Matthew Gandy, “
Concrete and Clay: Reworking Nature in New York City
(Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002): 187–227.
Zsuzsa Giles, “
Actor networks, modes of production, and waste regimes: reassembling the macro-social
Environment and Planning A
volume 42 (2010): 1049–1064.
Nicky Gregson and Mike Crang, “
Editorial: Materiality and Waste
Environment and Planning A
volume 42 (2010): 1026–1032.
Bruno Latour, "
Give Me a Laboratory and I will Raise the World
," in Science Observed: Perspectives on the Social Study of Science, edited by Karin Knorr Cetina and Michael Mulkay (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1983): 141-170.
John May, "
Brining Back a FreshKill
, edited by Irene Hwang and Mario Ballesteros (Barcelona: Actar, 2008): 80–101.
Martin Melosi, “The Viability of Incineration as a Disposal Option: The Evolution of a Niche Technology, 1885−1995,” Public Works Management Policy (1996): 1-31.
Martin Melosi, “The Fresno Sanitary Landfill in an American Cultural Context,” The Public Historian, Vol. 24, No. 3 (Summer 2002): 17-35.
Martin Melosi, "
The Garbage Crisis in the Late Twentieth Century
," Garbage in the Cities: Refuse, Reform, and the Environment (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005).
Gillian Pye, "Trash Objects, History and Memory: Theorizing Rubbish with Wolfgang Hilbig,"
German Life and Letters
volume 61:2 (April, 2008): 261-278.
Robin Saha and Paul Mohai, “
Historical context and hazardous waste facility siting: Understanding temporal patterns in Michigan
, Vol. 52 (2005): 618–648.
Joel A. Tarr, “From City to Farm: Urban Wastes and the American Farmer,”
, Vol. 49, No. 4 (Oct., 1975): 598-612.
Dale Winling, "Out of the Congested Zone: Annexation in
, 1915-1926," Urban History Conference 2006.
Drosscape: Wasting Land in Urban America
(New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2006).
Designing America's Waste Landscapes
(Baltimore: Hopkins University Press, 2004).
Garbology: Our dirty love affair with trash
(New York: Avery, 2012).
Garbage in the Cities: Refuse, Reform, and the Environment
(Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005).
Out of Place: Possibility and pollution at a transnational landfill,
Diss: (University of Michigan, 2008).
Waste and Want: A Social History of Trash
(New York: Henry Holt and co., 2000)
(related resources for other states can be found compiled here:
(n.b. this report has been produced since 1989; some earlier reports have different categories of data based on changing concerns)
Terreform ONE, "
Rapid Re(f)use, Waste to Resource City 2120
Architectural Design: Special Issue EcoRedux
, Volume 8, Issue 6 (2010): 122-129.
Mierle Laderman Ukeles
Sorting Refuse at Incinerating Plant
in New York (Thomas A. Edison Inc., 1903), 1:46 mins -
NYC Dumping Wharf
in New York (Thomas A. Edison Inc., 1903), 1:24 mins -
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