Ateneo Press’ ‘Urban Spaces’ web forum tackles city life after COVID-19 | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

“Sensing Manila” by Gary C. Devilles
“Sensing Manila” by Gary C. Devilles


What lies ahead for our cities? Will we be seeing sustainable cities when we recover from the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which has drastically changed the way we live in and experience them?

A multidisciplinary panel of urban studies experts may help us unpack these questions at today’s online Aklatan All Filipino Book Fair, organized by Ateneo de Manila University.

Happening today at 9 a.m., the web forum, titled “Urban Spaces: Isolation, Inequalities, and Expectations,” features Remmon E. Barbaza (editor of “Making Sense of the City: Public Spaces in the Philippines”), Gary C. Devilles (author of “Sensing Manila”), Rebecca Tinio McKenna (author of “American Imperial Pastoral: The Architecture of US Colonialism in the Philippines”) and Michael D. Pante (author of “A Capital City at the Margins: Quezon City and Urbanization in the Twentieth-Century Philippines”) with Arnisson Andre C. Ortega (author of “Neoliberalizing Spaces in the Philippines: Suburbanization, Transnational Migration, and Dispossession”) as moderator.

You can purchase their books at: Ateneo University Press has joined Aklatan 2020, the first all-Filipino online book fair going on till Aug. 18, organized by the Book Development Association of the Philippines, and going full-digital this year, is partnering with local e-commerce platform Shopee. Look for Ateneo University Press during Aklatan 2020 on Shopee’s mobile app or website. —LITO B. ZULUETA

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