Terrain’s Volume – video of my lecture to the Technologies of Space symposium in Oslo

Terrain’s Volume – video of my lecture to the Technologies of Space: Verticality, Volume, Infrastructure symposium in Oslo in March 2017. The overall introduction is by Liv Hausken; the introduction to my lecture is by Susanne Østby Sather. The version here doesn’t show the images from the powerpoint, unfortunately.

[update: a different version of effectively the same lecture is available – it has the images, but unfortunately the audio quality is poor – caused by a microphone on my jacket – “Towards a Political Theory of Terrain”, Institute of Advanced Study public lecture, Durham University, 6 February 2017 – video. Two other versions of this lecture, in Gießen and in London were also recorded, and I’ll share if/when available.]

One of the other lectures from Oslo, by Mark Dorrian on ‘Archaeologies of the Future’, is also available.

Update 2: the London version of this lecture is now available. This is the best quality version, which includes the images and quotes integrated into the presentation.

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6 Responses to Terrain’s Volume – video of my lecture to the Technologies of Space symposium in Oslo

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  2. Pingback: Legal Terrain – video of my London Review of International Law lecture | Progressive Geographies

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