Shelter Blues: Sanity and Selfhood among the Homeless

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • "Beauty and the Street" 1
  • Alice Weldman’s Concerns 5
  • Rethinking Experience 10
  • Struggling along 17
  • A Critical Phenomenology 24
  • Questions of Shelter 27
  • Five Coefficients 39
  • "A Crazy Place to Put Crazy People" 44
  • The Sea of Tranquility 55
  • "Too Much" 58
  • Beautiful Ruins 63
  • Framing the Homeless 65
  • Sensory (Dis)Orientations 68
  • The Walls 73
  • Roots to Earth 75
  • On the Basketball Court 82
  • Smoking and Eating and Talking 87
  • Displacement and Obscurity 95
  • A Physics of Homelessness 102
  • Hearing Voices 105
  • Taking Meds 116
  • The Street 119
  • Secondness to Firstness 127
  • Pacing My Mind 136
  • The Give and Take 139
  • Stand Away 150
  • Ragtime 158
  • ‘Who?-What’s Your Name?" 167
  • "We’re Losing Him, Sam" 172
  • Reasonable Reasonableness 176
  • Tactics, Questions, Rhetoric 183
  • Epistemologies of the Real 189
  • Reactivity 197
  • The Office of Reason 205
  • Figure, Character, Person 209
  • How to Do Things with Feeling 217
  • Architectures of Sense 223
  • Bodies with Organs 228
  • With Your Head Tilted to the Side 235
  • Pacing the Labyrinth 237
  • Appendix- List of Shelter Residents 251
  • Acknowledgments 253
  • Notes 257
  • Bibliography 285
  • Index 303
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