Sunday,
1st August 2021
 
 

NEWS


 
 
 
 We asked our alumniWhat one academic book would you recommend to students starting the MSc?’


These books were recommended by more than one person:

Michael de Certeau - The Practice of Everyday Life
Henri Lefebvre - The Production of Space
David Harvey - Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution
Jonathan Raban - Soft City
Jennifer Robinson - Ordinary Cities

These were some other responses:

Matthew Gandy - Concrete and Clay
Neil Brenner; Peter Marcuse; Margit Mayer - Cities for people not for profit
Stephen Graham and Simon Marvin - Splintering Urbanism
Nigel Thrift and Ash Amin - Cities: Reimagining the Urban
Kevin Lynch - The image of the city
Donna Haraway - Cyborg Manifesto
David Harvey - The Limits to Capital
Chantal Mouffe – on the political
Fran Tonkiss - Space, the City and Social Theory
Marshal Berman - All that is Solid Melts into Air
Matthew Gandy (ed.) - Urban Constellations
Marshal Berman - On the Town
Nicholas Blomley - Unsettling the City
Ruth Glass (ed.) - London: Aspects of Change
Henri Lefebvre - Writing on Cities


 
Visit to Templehof Berlin (with thanks to Hanna Hilbrandt)

Visit to Templehof Berlin (with thanks to Hanna Hilbrandt)

Visit to Abney Park Cemetery. With thanks to Russell Miller.

Visit to Abney Park Cemetery. With thanks to Russell Miller.

Visit to Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park (with thanks to Ken Greenway)

Visit to Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park (with thanks to Ken Greenway)