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Rachel Hewitt

Rachel Hewitt is a writer and academic. She the author of award-winning Map of a Nation: A Biography of the Ordnance Survey (Granta, 2010) and articles for publications including the Guardian, Telegraph, Financial Times and New Statesman. She reviews for, among others, the Guardian and TLS, and has appeared on the BBC’s Coast and Timeshift programmes. She was a New Generation Thinker for the AHRC and BBC Radio 3; a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow; and she won the Royal Society of Literature Jerwood Prize for Non-Fiction for Map of a Nation. She is the Weinrebe Research Fellow in Life-Writing at the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, at the University of Oxford, where she also teaches English Literature.

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What Can We Learn from Cities of the Past?

Julian Baggini, Owen Hatherley, Rachel Hewitt, Angie Hobbs, Michael Scott

What lessons can we take from the great cities of the past that can help us today and into the future?

£9.00£6.50 View event
18 October 2017 7:40pm - 9:00pm Watershed