JOURNAL ARTICLES

Walking with light and the discontinuous experience of urban change. Transactions with the Institute of British Geographers. (Under review)

Light infrastructures and intimate publics in the vertical night. Urban Geography. (under review)

The ‘living of time’: temporalities of home and the city. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. With Blunt, A. and Sheringham, O. (under review)

Standardised Difference: Challenging uniform lighting through standards and regulation. Urban Studies, 2019, Online First.

Making sense of diodes and sodium: vision, visuality and the everyday experience of infrastructural change. Geoforum, 2019, vol. 103, pp. 95-104.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Bachelard, Bakhtin and the Architectural Colonic. JoCA, issue 4.

Book Review: Homely Atmospheres and Lighting Technologies in Denmark: Living with Light. (Mikkel Bille), Bloomsbury. Home Cultures, 2019.

Imagining Home. In Joseph-Lester, J. (Eds.) Marketing Suite, 2019, pp. 20-23. Assembly Point: London.

Book Review: The Nocturnal City. (Robert Shaw), Routledge. Urban Studies, Vol. 56(5), 2019, pp. 1061-1063.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Desiring Density. LSE London: ‘London’s density: Too much too fast?’ London School of Economics, London, 5 December, 2019.

Radical Verticality: Critical Explorations of High-Rise Urbanism. Royal Geographical Society with the institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference, 2019, August 27, London.

‘It is difficult to quantify the harm, but negative effects are real’: An inquiry into (in)appropriate interpretations of light regulation and law and the violence of desire in the vertical city. Royal Geographical Society with the institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference, 2019, August 27, London.

Vertical light infrastructures: domestic lighting, the residential high-rise and the formation of nocturnal publics. Annual Meeting, Washington 2019, AAG3-7 April 2019.

Light clutter. Let there be light, ARUP lighting and The Academy of Urbanism, London, 6 November 2018. 

Luminous Verticality: The changing geographies of East London at Night. Annual Meeting of the Association of Social Anthropology, Oxford, 23 September 2018.

Luminous Verticality: The changing geographies of East London at Night. Centre for Studies of Home Progress in Research Conference Day, QMUL, 27 April 2018.

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