Keynote by Phil Smith at Supernatural Cities conference

Dr Phil Smith, Reader in Theatre & Performance at the University of Plymouth, is presenting a keynote lecture at the Supernatural Cities II: Gothic Cities conference in Limerick, Ireland, in April 2017.¬†This conference offers ¬†interdisciplinary conversations and activities for artists, folklorists, historians, geographers, literary, theatre and film scholars that explore urban Gothic and supernatural contexts.… Continue reading Keynote by Phil Smith at Supernatural Cities conference

Feature: “The right to a parking space: the spatial state of marginality”

Workers paint blast walls in Baghdad. Photograph: Sam Tarling

BY SANA MURRANI Have you ever felt that your right to a parking space has been violated when another driver decides to drive the wrong way down a one-way lane and occupies it before you can get there yourself? If yes, then read on. When it happens to me, I feel like doing this¬†– but… Continue reading Feature: “The right to a parking space: the spatial state of marginality”