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Boom Boom!

Nothing like a certificate and a mad outfit to proclaim an ending. Advertisements

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It is done!

Well, nearly. My viva has happened, a really interesting conversation with the examiners, Tim Brittain-Caitlin and Emma Cheatle, who are probably the only people who will ever spend so long reading the thesis … So I was even more glad … Continue reading

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Writing more buildings

I’m delighted to be presenting a paper at the Writing Buildings conference at Kent University in July. The paper is titled ‘From experiment to application in Writing Alexandra Palace: Plurivocity as a method of cultural recovery of buildings’. The conference … Continue reading

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Post conference posting

It’s a month now since the Erasure and Displacement and The Verbal and the Visual conferences at LSE Cities and University of Brighton respectively. I didn’t post right away because I was then going straight to the airport (Do Not … Continue reading

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The Visual and the Verbal: a research symposium, University of Brighton

The overarching subject of this one-day symposium at Brighton on 17 June is the intersection between the visual, the spoken and the written. Titled The Visual and the Verbal, the organisers Catalina Mejia Moreno and Dr Emma Cheatle (who came … Continue reading

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LSE Workshop: Erasure and Displacement

I’m very pleased to be speaking about my work at this event, organised by Naomi Roux, Mellon Fellow at LSE Cities. The workshop covers forced removal through bureaucratic means such as planning as well as natural disasters. The other speakers, … Continue reading

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Finally, it is here!

That would be the title for my phd: ‘Writing Alexandra Palace: Plurivocity as a method of cultural recovery of buildings’ Boom boom. Only taken two years and some

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