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Monthly archive March, 2019
Review of 'The Poverty of Territorialism'

Review of ‘The Poverty of Territorialism’

Readers of this blog know about my book published in late-2018. I am looking forward eagerly for reviews but, knowing that they take time, I have braced myself for a long hawl, but was pleasantly surprised when the came out earlier than I could have expected. Some readers are in for a disappointment, though: It...
SPS Seminar 28 March: Andrea Pliego - Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City

SPS Seminar 28 March: Andrea Pliego – Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City

SPS Seminar with Andrea Pliego (UNAM, Mexico City) Thursday 28 March, 12:30-13:30, 01 West 270 Amphibian Housing for a Resilient City Towards an integral approach on adaptable housing systems in the water basin of México City The interaction between the biophysical systems and the urban area in the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of México...

Bracken Article in Atlantis #29.2

My article called ‘Kowloon Walled City: Hong Kong’s Heteropian Territory’ has just been published in issue #29.2 of Atlantis, which deals with contested domains. Please follow and like us:
Education for Water Resilient Cities Report

Education for Water Resilient Cities Report

We are proud to share the results of the event EDUCATION FOR WATER RESILIENT CITIES that took place at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment TU Delft in which we discussed how to plan and design with water in light of the #UNHabitat New Urban Agenda #NUA. Great contributions from Betty Chang (NCKU Taiwan), Stephen Goldsmith (University of Utah, US), Taneha...

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