Monthly Archives: August 2010

By Leaves We Live – From Geddes to Monbiot

A interesting article from George Monbiot recently in The Guardian which taps into the FPC’s interest in the great visionary generalist and ecologist Patrick Geddes. Monbiot’s piece of 10th August, (‘We have allowed developers to rob us of our village … Continue reading

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Why Fife?

Why Fife? The great sites of psychogeographic exploration have perhaps not surprisingly tended to privilege the urban environment with London and Paris the primary lodestones of psychogeographic endeavour. Taking a lead from Patrick Geddes, the great polymath, regional theorist, activist … Continue reading

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Wanderings in Liminal Space

Occasional despatches from the Fife Psychogeographical Collective.  Field trips and wanderings in liminal spaces ….mapping the interstices of past, present and possible….. From the Kingdom and beyond…

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