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Philosophy of the Home: Domestic Space and Happiness

Coccia, Emanuele
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The Case for Nature: Pioneering Solutions for the Other Planetary Crisis

Shrikanth, Siddarth
A deeply informed, radically hopeful manifesto for regenerating our economies and societies through the power of nature and 'natural capital'.
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City Forward: How Innovation Districts Can Embrace Risk and Strengthen Community

Enstice, Matt
Insights for anchor institutions and innovation districts to better integrate and support the cities they are based in.
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Saving the People's Forest: Open spaces, enclosure and popular protest in mid-Victorian London

Gorman, Mark
Mark Gorman examines the key role played by popular protest in the mid-Victorian campaigns to preserve Epping Forest and other open spaces in and near London at risk of its unbridled growth. He shows how such places were venues for both radical politics and popular leisure, helping to create a sense of public right of access, even 'ownership'.
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The Seven Measures of the World

Martin, Piero
The fascinating stories behind the essential seven units of measurement that allow us to understand the physical world
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The Labyrinth of Rooms: An Architectural Allegory

Alyousefi, Ali
The Labyrinth of Rooms is a story with one character, Human, who is an allegorical representation of us all. Human suddenly awakes in a square room with no memory of a prior life.
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Auld Greekie: Edinburgh as The Athens of the North

Brown, Iain Gordon
In the early nineteenth century, Edinburgh (known as Auld Reekie) came to be regarded as the Athens of the North. Why was this? How was the notion invented? What were its consequences? Topography, architectural development, literary and social history are all examined in a quest to give meaning to an epithet known by many but understood by few.
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Uneasy Listening: Notes on Hearing and Being Heard

Grose, Anouchka
A psychoanalyst and violinmaker come together to discuss the nature of listening, drawing on references from across psychoanalytic theory, philosophy, contemporary politics, and culture.
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