NEW GEOGRAPHIES #1 to launch March 31

Edited by doctoral candidates at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD), the second volume of the New Geographies journal is entitled "Volume One, After Zero." Contributors to New Geographies #1: AFTER ZERO include: Albert Pope, Ulrich Beck, Pier Vittorio Aureli, Martino Tattara, Erik Swyngedouw, Keller Easterling, Thomas J. Campanella, Francois Blanciak, Yasser Elsheshtawy, Matthew Gandy, Behrang Behin, Lola Sheppard, Mason White, Joseph Grima, and Peter Hall.

A reception to launch the publication will be held from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm on Tuesday, March 31, at the Harvard GSD. Copies of the journal will be available for sale at the event and thereafter at the GSD online bookstore and through Harvard University Press. For additional information, visit the new geographies website.

To purchase, please visit this online bookstore.


COMMENTS / 4 COMMENTS

After Zero!? reminds me very much of another Volume After Zero. Coincidence or copy cats?

Edwin Gardner added these pithy words on Mar 30 09 at 4:43 am

Hey Edwin!
I think zero - zero energy, ground zero - is in the current architectural publishing ether, so i think this is coincident though unfortunate. Either way, congrats on your Zero issue.

infranetlab added these pithy words on Mar 30 09 at 8:38 am

it's in the air for sure - all critical minds are searching for what to do with all the rhetoric around sustainability, which is predominantly captured in mere targets and percentages - so let's wait and if a third publication emerges with the same title. should be fun :)

Edwin Gardner added these pithy words on Apr 03 09 at 3:04 pm

though we might have to wait for a new 'zero moment' from which a new 'after zero' can emerge. though it is hard to outdo this current zero moment.

mwhite added these pithy words on Apr 03 09 at 6:50 pm

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