An evening with Professor Richard Sennett will be hosted on Monday 5th March by Southwark Cathedral and Penguin Random House, to mark the release of his new book Building and Dwelling: Ethics for a City. This event is a part of a series of events on the theme of creating ‘A Good City for All’.
The evening will begin with an introduction by Richard Sennett on the creation of cities in the future, followed by a panel discussion looking at how cities are built and how people live in them. The panel will be chaired by the Revd Canon Giles Goddard, Vicar at St John’s Waterloo at the heart of the South Bank Centre, and joining Professor Richard Sennett on the panel are two of London’s leading practitioners on the urban environment, Mike Hayes CBE and Professor Noha Nasser.
When: 5th March, 7-8.30pm
Where: Southwark Cathedral