Hidden Bridges #2 – Light + Social Inequality

“There are much more hidden codifications of the city, where we aren’t even aware of what light is doing.” – Dr Don Slater, LSE Professor at the Department of Sociology. 

In this episode of Hidden Bridges, we discuss with Dr Don Slater the implications of light in codifying the areas we live in. By exploring the ways in which cities are visually defined, he emphasises the hidden influence light has on minority communities and the working class.  

This is Hidden Bridges from Beaver Sound, where we explore the work of LSE academics who seek to challenge global issues from a new perspective. Produced and presented by Ellie Reeves.


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