Global Undergrounds

Exploring Cities Within

Global Undergrounds is a really interesting project – a collection of academic essays looking at dozens of underground locations around the world. I was invited to contribute a number of these essays… and I have to say, it’s deeply flattering to see my name appearing in such a prestigious list alongside professors, lecturers, geographers and urbanologists from many different countries. This is a truly intriguing book, and I’m delighted to have had the chance to contribute something.

My chapters (and accompanying images) featured in Global Undergrounds deal with the following subjects:

Mateship Below: Melbourne Drains
Diggers and Deserters: Odessa Catacombs
Intractable Histories: Moscow’s Secret River
Futures Past: Pyongyang Metro

Publication Details
Editors: Paul Dobraczyk, Carlos Lopez Galvis & Bradley L. Garret
Publisher: Reaktion Books
Publication date: 1 Jun 2016

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