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2014 Publications

Urban Pamphleteer #4

Heritage and Renewal in Doha

Urban Pamphleteer #4 Heritage and Renewal in Doha


Regeneration Realities is the fourth in the Urban Pamphleteer Series.

This series, from the UCL Urban Laboratory, draws on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change.

Once again it features a wide range of fantastic contributors:

  • Ashraf M. Salama 
  • Ali A. Alraouf
  • David Kendall 
  • Rosanna Law 
  • Rami El Samahy & Kelly Hutzell 
  • Peter Bishop & Adrian Lahoud 
  • Marcial Echenique 
  • Vicky Richardson
  • Alicja Borkowska, Iris Papadatou, Fatima Fawzy, & Alaa Larri 
  • Ben Barbour 
  • Clare Melhuish 
  • Sally Macdonald & Antonia Rosati 
  • Fatma Al Sahlawi 
  • Trinidad Rico
  • Michael Edwards & Clare Melhuish 

The Urban Pamphleteer is brought to you by Clare MelhuishBen Campkin and Rebecca Ross. It is produced with financial support from the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities.

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The Acoustic City

The Acoustic City by Matthew Gandy and BJ Nilsen

Essay Collection and CD from Matthew Gandy and BJ Nilsen

How does sound shape urban life?

What do soundscapes reveal about the experience of modernity?

Professor Matthew Gandy has published an edited collection, The Acoustic City, with the Swedish sound artist BJ Nilsen.

It was completed with the support of the Leverhulme Foundation, the UCL Urban Laboratory, and the UCL Grand Challenges programme.

The book consists of a series of cutting-edge essays on sound and the city, and is accompanied by a specially commissioned CD including contributions from Félix Blume, Ekkehard Ehlers, Yui Onodera, Schneider TM and many other artists.

See: http://www.jovis.de/index.php?lang=2&idcatside=4448 for a full track listing

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Urban Pamphleteer #3

Design & Trust

Urban Pamphleteer #3

Regeneration Realities is the third in the Urban Pamphleteer Series. The series, from the UCL Urban Laboratory, draws on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change.

Once again it features a wide range of fantastic contributors:

  • Matthew Ingleby
  • Anne Bottomley & Nathan Moore
  • Lorraine Gammam & Adam Thorpe
  • Johan Andersson
  • Max Colson
  • Stamatis Zografos
  • Samir Singh
  • Henrietta Williams
  • Jonathan Gardner
  • Thireshen Govender & Andrew Charman
  • Tilly Fowler & Anna Hart
  • Alaistair Steele
  • Michele Acuto with extracts by Teresa P.R. Caldeira
  • AbdouMaliq Simone

This issue was edited by Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross, and designed by Guglielmo Rossi. It is produced with financial support from the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities.

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