Learning to Read the City with Ronnie Scott BA, M Phil PhD  University of Strathclyde

Learning to Read the City with Ronnie Scott BA, M Phil PhD University of Strathclyde

Glasgow is a long-established settlement, with layer upon layer of history and meaning below the surface of the modern city.  By slowing down and taking time to observe, we can look over the overlooked, focus on the forgotten, and make our own meanings from the fragments and phantoms of the past.  Using the lens of psycho-geography, this slow-paced walk digs through the layers, and unearths the relics and reminders of other Glasgows. Please note this a walking tour and participants are advised to dress for the weather

  • 29 Mar 2019
  • Mitchell Library
    North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
    http://maps.google.com/?ll=55.8651895,-4.2724227&q=Mitchell+Library
  • Venue: Mitchell Library
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