In April 2018 Peg Rawes published ‘A Burning House’, a chapter in Chain Reaction, edited by Alex Julyan and published by the Wellcome Trust. For more information, contact the Wellcome Public Engagement office.
She organized the Value Matters Workshop at the Bartlett School of Architecture in November 2018, and presented the paper ‘Usufruct economies and ethics’ at the Rethinking Usufruct in the Global Economy: States, Strategies and Ethics conference at UCL in June 2018.
Beth Lord and Peg Rawes will be presenting Equal by Design to the Philosophy of Education group at University College London on 13 March, 2019. The film screening will be followed by short papers and discussion.
Peg Rawes is a contributor to an episode of the BBC Radio 4 programme Living Room, speaking about the Parker Morris report, “Homes for Today and Tomorrow” (1961). The programme asks how past efforts to improve housing space standards can shed light on the present crisis. Listen here.