Bibliography/Materials: Recommended Reading
This list is organized in order of usefulness to
discussion in the seminar. The primary articles are numbered 1-5. If you have
limited time, we recommend that you read the articles in order of the list. For
clarity of organization, secondary articles that expand on these primary
articles are listed with A or B designations. Themes are indicated in
parentheses to orient your reading choices.
- Fabio Schreiber, "Is Time a Real Time" (cross-disciplinary overview,
- 1-A. James Allen, "Time and Time Again" (formal logic/informatics)
- 1-B. Mark Steedman, "The Productions of Time"
- Herbert Bronstein, "Time Schemes, Order, and Chaos: Periodization and Ideology" (history, cultural studies)
- Agnar Renolen, "Temporal Maps and Temporal Geographical Information Systems
(Review of Research)" (geospatial information systems)
- Jennifer Burg and Sheau-Dong Lang, "Using Constraint Logic Programming to Analyze the Chronology in
a William Faulkner Story" (discourse analysis/informatics)
- 4-A Pamela Jordan, "Determining the Temporal Ordering of Events in Discourse"
- Mary O'Toole, "The Theory of Serialism in The Third Policeman" (literary
- 5-A Huw Price, "The View from Nowhen"
Other useful references in the seminar materials
- C.S. Jensen et.al., "Glossary of Temporal Database Concepts" (informatics)
- Qing Zhou and Richard Fikes, "A Reusable Time Ontology" (informatics)
- Teri Reynolds, "Spacetime and Imagetext" (literary theory/physics)
Focus, and Goals | Conceptual
and Representational Issues | Informatics
and Temporality | Visualizations
Concepts | Geo-Spatial
Temporality | Narrative
Theory | Relativity
for Representation |