Building Ruptures, Architectural History, UCL 27 Oct 2017 – audio of my talk on Terrain

UCLOn 27 October 2017 I had the pleasure of speaking at Building Ruptures, an Architectural History Symposium and Exhibition, at the Bartlett School of University College London. Most of the day was devoted to graduating student presentations, which were of extremely high quality – both in terms of the work and the style of presentation. This was both humbling and inspiring. There were also short keynote talks by Katie Lloyd Thomas, Owen Hatherley and me. Full details of the day are here.

I was struggling with a heavy cold, and didn’t manage to stay until the final session, but it was still a very good day. I presented my work on terrain, drawing heavily on a lecture which has recently been published in the London Review of International Law. While there is a video of that lecture available, I also recorded this shorter talk, which is available here.

 

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