Julian Brigstocke lectures in human geography at Plymouth University. His research focuses on contemporary political theory, urban avant-gardes, contemporary architectures of authority, and the politics of aesthetics. His book The Life of the City: Space, Humour and the Authority of Experience in Late Nineteenth Century Montmartre will be published with Ashgate in 2013.
Published in: HomeFutures of an unlived past: participation, Plymouth architecture and the voices of the dead
Perhaps it is impossible to create a participatory democracy through participatory means. The solution developed...
Published in: HomeIntroducing this week's debate: the struggle for a common life
Our three debate editors provide you with a guide to this weeks debate: The struggle for a common life