BLDGBLOG Interviews...

For a variety of reasons I thought I'd post a quick round-up of the interviews I've done for BLDGBLOG – and announce, in the process, that more interviews are forthcoming, and I'm excited.

[Image: Rome's Colosseum].

In less than a week, for instance, I'll be posting a long, two-part interview with Cambridge University classicist and general editor of the Wonders of the World series, Mary Beard. In that interview, she discusses everything from Mussolini and the politics of urban archaeology to Cape Canaveral, the Taj Mahal, and the recent film 300. That'll be up by Monday morning. That interview is now up: Part One and Part Two.
Soon thereafter I hope to publish interviews with sci-fi novelist Kim Stanley Robinson – about climate change, sustainability, and the literature of the future – as well as with DJ /rupture (who spoke at Postopolis!) about sound, migration, cities, and the acoustic ins and outs of sonic borderlands.

[Image: A "short drop" in Toronto's Viceroy Drain; photo by Michael Cook].

In any case, perhaps you're new to the site and don't even know that I've been interviewing anyone, or maybe you just never read the interviews in the first place because they're too long – or perhaps you did read the interviews and you've just been dying for me to refer to them again...
So here's a quick list of links to old interviews:So there you go.
Watch out for the Mary Beard interview next week – and many more to come.

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2 Comments:

Blogger adam said...

... and also a great service for readers who've spend summer vacation away from the net - my eyes are now itching to read about the pssibility of secret passageways... mmmm ...

thank you

September 07, 2007 9:41 PM  
Blogger Geoff Manaugh said...

No problem, Adam. Welcome back - and enjoy the interview!

September 08, 2007 3:00 PM  

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