Raising the Bar is a worldwide initiative aimed at making education a part of a city’s popular culture. We create… Read more Speaking at Raise the Bar 2018
The making of ‘Sydney – We Need to Talk!’ I talk to Sydney artist Wendy Murray, who won the Fisher… Read more Special City Road Interview
RealTech and Foreign Real Estate Investment: ‘Risky’ East-West Cultural Asymmetries as Market Value and Extraction Giulia Dal Maso, Western Sydney… Read more Talking Platform Capitalism and Real Estate Tech at 4S in Sydney
I’m chairing a panel discussion for the Festival of Urbanism in Sydney and Melbourne. How do you make a podcast on… Read more Podcasting Cities – Panel Discussion
Download IAG Urban Geography Study Group ‘Contemporary Themes in Urban Geography’ PROGRAM here: IAG 2018_Contemporary Themes in Urban Geography NZGS/IAG Conference Auckland… Read more IAG Urban Geography Study Group ‘Contemporary Themes in Urban Geography’ CONFERENCE PROGRAM. Download here!
I’m talking at the Studies Association of Australia Conference on 5th July. Geographies of Hyper-Commodified Housing: Foreign Capital, Market Activity… Read more Speaking at the Studies Association of Australia Conference, 5th July
I got out of the office this week to talk to built environment professionals about resident involvement in large-scale infrastructure provision… Read more Talking up our Henry Halloran Trust study on Participatory Planning
I’m on a Politics in the Pub panel. Hear prominent speakers discuss with young built-environment professionals the current political climate,… Read more Politics in the Pub panel
New City Road Ep: Parks and Cities I imagine that few people would choose to travel back in time to… Read more In New York, where anything’s possible, the privatisation of Manhattan’s Central Park is even stranger than fiction.
New Research on Resident involvement in Urban Development and Participatory Planning. This article draws on research with resident action groups… Read more Tracing Resident Antagonisms in Urban Development: Agonistic Pluralism and Participatory Planning