Reasoning around a web research on Tunis

Tomorrow I will be part of a panel presenting, commenting, and reasoning around the terrific work that Governa, Memoli, Cattedra, Puttilli, Giua and Prospekt Photographers have done on the public spaces of Tunis after the revolution. The research, available in French and Italian here it is a great example of how to do non-representational geography today.

Below the presentation framing my intervention.

The event will be hosted by the Societa’ Geografica Italiana at Villa Celimontana in Rome, Italy, on the 16th of October, from 4pm.

Al Centro di Tunisi: WebRicerca Geo


“Al Centro di Tunisi: Geografie dello Spazio Pubblico dopo una Rivoluzione” is a terrific research, website, and network prepared by Raffaele Cattedra, Maurizio Memoli, Francesca Governa and Matteo Puttilli (University of Cagliari and Polytechnic of Turin) around the public spaces of Tunis after the revolution. The research has been undertaken with video-makers, photographers and web-designers, and the (fantastic) results are freely available online at the following page:

The material is currently available only in Italian, but translations are planned. Enjoy!