Research News – May 2021

Publications   Christos Varvantakis has a chapter published in a recent edited volume on photography and collective identities in Greece: Varvantakis, C. (2021) ‘Η Ακρόπολη από μακριά: Απόσταση, εγγύτητα και αφή’ (‘Acropolis from a distance: Distance, proximity and touch.’), in Petsini, P. and Stathatos, Y. (eds) Φωτογραφία και συλλογικές ταυτότητες: Ελληνικές φωτογραφικές μελέτες Ι (Photography … Continue reading Research News – May 2021

Research News – April 2021

Publications Martin Savransky has published an essay titled “After Progress: Notes for an Ecology of Perhaps” in the latest issue of Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organisation, as part of a special issue on “Standby: Organising modes of in/activity”. It’s open access! Natassia Brenman has recently had a book review published in the Sociology of … Continue reading Research News – April 2021

Sensing the City: A Companion to Urban Ethnography

  As part of a series on ethnography at Goldsmiths Anja Schwanhäußer will be discussing her new book with Mark Johnson (Anthropology) and Michaela Benson (Sociology). Sensing the City is a collection of essays offering insights from, among others, Peter Jackson, Loïc Wacquant and Les Back, on urban anthropological research. The book features a variety … Continue reading Sensing the City: A Companion to Urban Ethnography

Living with Books – the launch of Sensing the City: A Companion to Urban Anthropology by Anja Schwanhäußer in Berlin April, 2016 — Streetsigns

The power of reading really struck me as I stood in front of the packed crowd assembled at the PRO QM bookshop for the launch of Anja Schwanhäußer’s new book. Having spent the day in Berlin, a city haunted not only by its Nazi past but also the Iron Curtain, it was extraordinary to be … Continue reading Living with Books – the launch of Sensing the City: A Companion to Urban Anthropology by Anja Schwanhäußer in Berlin April, 2016 — Streetsigns

‘Theatres of Learning Disability: Good, Bad or Plain Ugly?’ Book Launch

22 March, 5.30pm, George Wood Theatre. Hosted by the Disability Research Centre Dr Matt Hargrave (Northumbria University) will be in conversation with Jonathan Meth (Project Dramaturg, Crossing The Line, Disability Research Centre, Goldsmiths and Expert Adviser to Ambitious About Autism), and Artist Jez Colborne (Mind the Gap). About the book This is the first scholarly … Continue reading ‘Theatres of Learning Disability: Good, Bad or Plain Ugly?’ Book Launch