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Friends, Romans, countrymen, fellow writers - sharing my fears

For those who have been following along, I have decided to become more focused in my writing. Both on the topics I cover and how I will be writing. 1,225 more words

Life And Learning - Thinking Space

On the runway, picking up speed

Have you ever felt a bit unsettled? Felt as though, while things are fine, you’re not quite doing what you should be?

I have been feeling this way for a little while now, but couldn’t quite put a finger on why. 861 more words

Life And Learning - Thinking Space


Vacant land. It’s becoming more common throughout the suburbs of Melbourne. Properties are cleared of any existing buildings to prepare for new houses. As a town planner, I deal with this on a daily basis and it is part of the process of change in a city. 396 more words

Home And Family - My Base

Why I love, and hate, my work as an urban planner

I am an urban planner. I have been for some twenty years now (which seems astounding to me, but yes, it’s true). I have times when I passionately hate the thought of work, and other times when I can’t wait to get into a project. 1,597 more words

Place And Space

New Publication: Visual Constructs of Jerusalem, ed. by Kühnel, Noga-Banai and Vorholt

Visual Constructs of Jerusalem is a new volume of essays, edited by Bianca Kühnel, Galit Noga-Banai, and one of our network members at York, Hanna Vorholt… 261 more words

Katie Azrina Linstead

Name: Katie Azrina Linstead

Course: MA Heritage (Contemporary Practice)

Based: London

Prior Degree: BA (Hons.) Anthropology, Goldsmiths, University London

Contact: anthrokl@gmail.com

Example of Work:
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Contemporary Art