Matthew Beaumont is author of cult walking bible, The Walker (and also Nightwalking), and will speak here about the space where walking and literature meet, with a particular focus on London.
Eugene Quinn, a Brit living in Vienna, has created a series of walking tours focused on locals exploring their city from new perspectives, including smells, ugliness, midnight, smartness and feminism for men. He will speak here about the benefits of walking for developing your ideas, and present some key figures who used urban walking in their practice.
Walking@Tea-time is organised by London Living Streets and the Active Travel Academy at University of Westminster, this series of speaker meetings discusses policy issues relevant to walking.
This talk serves as a launch event for the blog which Alex Gomes, of London School of Economics, and Eugene, will be writing, on walking and the city.
All times given are CET. https://walklistencreate.org/w...