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The Book Open Gaza: Architectures of Hope
7 Mar, 2021
Open Gaza: Architectures of Hope
Terreform is delighted to announce that Michael Sorkin’s latest book Open Gaza: Architectures of Hope has been officially launched!
Edited by Michael Sorkin and Deen Sharp, the volume brings together designers, environmentalists, planners, activists, and scholars from Palestine and Israel, the US, the UK, India, and elsewhere to create hopeful interventions that imagine a better place for Gazans and Palestinians.
If you would like to purchase the book, there is a 20% discount available with the code OpenGazaPreorder, for US, Canada, and UK orders.
On Monday, February 22 2021, LSE Middle East hosted a webinar to launch the book project. Speakers included editor Deen Sharp, and contributors, Helga Tawil-Souri, Fadi Shayya, and Tareq Baconi.
Terreform is a nonprofit urban research and advocacy center founded in 2005. Its imprint, UR (Urban Research), is a book series devoted to cities and their futures. We invite the collaboration of all who share our interest in creating sustainable, beautiful, and just cities around the world.
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