Dr Matthew Engelke
Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at the London School of Economics and editor of the Journal of the Royal Anthropological InstituteFind out more about Matthew Engelke
Angels in Swindon: On the Production of Ambient Faith
Volume 39, Issue 1, pages 155–170, February 2012
Dr Selina Todd
Lecturer in Modern British History and a Fellow of St Hilda's at Oxford UniversityFind out more about Selina Todd
The People: A History of the British Working Class in the Twentieth Century (forthcoming, 2013)
Professor of Modern Cultural and Social History at Liverpool UniversityFind out more about Mark Peel
Miss Cutler and the Case of the Resurrected Horse: Social Work and the Story of Poverty in America, Australia, and Britain”
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Thinking Allowed at RIBA
A special edition of Thinking Allowed will be recorded at the Royal Institute of British Architects on Tuesday 13 March at 6.30pm - 8.00pmGet TICKETS at RIBA
Laurie Taylor examines the concept of home and its relationship to housing with Angela Brady, President of RIBA; the housing economist Susan Smith, Mistress of Girton College Cambridge; sociologist Esther Dermott from Bristol University and the architectural writer Jonathan Glancey.
The event draws on a series of investigations of listeners' homes in which Laurie Taylor and a team of sociologists have explored the future of private life. It will also reflect on the RIBA exhibition on the history of the British Home, 'A Place to Call Home'.
The programme will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed on 21 March 2012.
Free, but advance booking essential.
Laurie Taylor explores the latest research into how society works and discusses current ideas on how…