“All such places—those that we can see in one sweep of the eye or traverse with our moving legs—anchor and locate even as they also resist and repel.  More than this: they lend to their inhabitants (that is, people, and animals and things of many kinds) their own distinctive identities.  Only ask where you are or have been, and I will be able to say much about who you are” (Casey 1998, 44).

Blog posts by the students of Claudia Moser’s class ARCH 1764: 25 Things! 250 Years of Brown’s Material Past.