Buried Memories of Austerity Past: The Moorgate Tube Crash and King’s Cross Fire

On a grey Saturday earlier this month I took part in a walking event on the archaeology of austerity entitled Narratives and Counter-Narratives – A Line Through Contemporary London. Organised by James Dixon and my colleague Lorna Richardson, the walk was the final installment of the Public Archaeology 2015 project that aimed to widen public … More Buried Memories of Austerity Past: The Moorgate Tube Crash and King’s Cross Fire

The Dead Come: The Transcultural Activ(ist) Remembrance of the Victims of Fortress Europe.

This evening I met up with an old friend in Kreuzberg and we decided to walk up to Schinkel’s Prussian National Monument for the Liberation Wars in Viktoriapark. From the top we discussed how the view might have looked at the time of the monument’s inauguration in 1821 and I told my friend about Neil … More The Dead Come: The Transcultural Activ(ist) Remembrance of the Victims of Fortress Europe.