Interview with Peter Burke, a well-known authority on social history of knowledge
Shared spaces with Rosemary Bechler, writer, journalist, and editor of the E-zine OpenDemocracy.
Shared spaces interviews Francesco Indovina, one of Italy’s most distinguished urban planners and author of several influential works on the processes of urban sprawl.
Published in the exhibition catalogue Cities: from balloon to satellite, CCCB 1994 In less than two centuries, towns and cities in the Western world, and metropolises in the Third world have totally changed in character whilst their mental...
Conference lectured at the symposium "Archipelago of exception. Sovereignties of extraterritoriality" 10-11 November The1 symposium Archipelago of Exception-Sovereignties of Extraterritoriality was conceived with the aim of offering a new and suggestive cartographic representation of today's...
Adam Zagajewski speaks about the importance he believes old city centres have as magnets attracting life, thus giving him a feeling of permanency and calm.
When the lonely task of the writer comes to an end, when the book is published and is being distributed, this is, for Georges Didi-Huberman, a moment when public space comes into being.
Urban spaces, besides being public, are also political. They start out from the idea that all members of the public have access to it, but who has access to certain “public” spaces and who does not?
Skanderbeg Square is in the centre of Tirana, the capital of Albania. And it is rather more than a square since it is a kind of mirror which reflects the history of the country and also one where Albanian society can see itself.
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