February 6, 2015
Beatriz Ramo and Bernd Upmeyer, on behalf of MONU, spoke with the French sociologist Jean-Louis Missika.
He is a member of the Council of Paris and assistant Mayor of Paris in charge of urban planning, architecture, projects of Greater Paris, economic development and attractiveness. Since 1984 Missika teaches media sociology at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris and has published several essays on the subject, particularly on the place of television in society.
The interview took place on February 6, 2015 in his office in the City Hall of Paris.
Full interview (5000 words) in MONU #22 Transnational Urbanism
—— Excerpts of the interview soon in this post ——-
Title: Liberté, Digitalité, Créativité
Name: Interview with Jean-Louis Missika
Date: February 6, 2015
Type: Self-initiated interview
Location: Paris, France
Site: City Hall of Paris
Programme: Interview about how new urban and architectural forms adapted to new transnational life styles
Surface: 5000 words
Publications: MONU #22, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, April 2015
STAR Team: Beatriz Ramo, Geoffrey Clamour
Collaborators: co-author: Bernd Upmeyer – BOARD + editor-in-chief MONU, Katerina Petrocheilou (Transcription)
Proofreading: Maarten Doude van Troostwijk