A public lecture by Douglas Spencer, writer and teacher of architectural history and theory at the Architectural Association, The Royal College of Art and the University of East London. Subtitled 'Architecture, Neoliberalism and the Patterning of Experience', the event doubled as a keynote for the international conference Architecture of Deregulations at KTH-A and Moderna Museet in Stockholm on March 10-12.
Dr Douglas Spencer is the author of The Architecture of Neoliberalism(Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2016). He is a regular contributor to Radical Philosophy, has written chapters for recent collections on architecture, politics and critical theory – The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture (Nadir Lahiji ed. 2014, Bloomsbury), and Architecture Against the Post-Political: Essays in Reclaiming the Critical Project (Nadir Lahiji ed. 2014, Routledge) – and has published numerous essays in journals such The Journal of Architecture, AD, AA Files, New Geographies and Praznine. He teaches history and theory of architecture in the Graduate School of Design at the Architectural Association, London, and is the Programme Leader for the Masters course Reading the Neoliberal City at University of East London.
Introduction and response by Hélène Frichot
More about the international conference 'The Architecture of Deregulations – Postmodernism, Politics and the Built Environment in Europe 1975–1995', including programme and abstracts, at http://www.architecture-of-deregulati...
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