Vertical at LSE

Discussion of Steve Graham’s Vertical book at the LSE in May.

After a term of teaching a lot of Steve Graham’s work on urban infrastructure, security, air, and, of course, verticality to a big class of v. engaged second year undergrad students – as well as reading many good essays on the topic which have referred to his work extensively – I’m very pleased to be able to respond to Steve’s incredible book Vertical at LSE next month in a sort of launch/discussion to celebrate his achievement.

Here’s the blurb:

Thursday 4 May 2017
6:30-8pm
Shaw Library, 6th Floor, Old Building

Speakers: Prof Peter Adey (RHUL), Prof Steve Graham (Newcastle University), Dr Andrew Harris (UCL), Prof Fran Tonkiss (LSE).

Chair: Dr Romola Sanyal

‘Vertical’ is a revolutionary reimagining of the cities we live in, the air above us, and what goes on in the earth beneath our feet. Today we live in a world that can no longer be read as a two-dimensional…

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