Urban Discourses and Neural Networks: The Relevance of Deleuzian Characteristics of Group for Neurons/Brains and Bodies/Cities

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Janet McGaw
Alasdair Vance

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Janet McGaw

Janet McGaw is a practising architect and an academic interested in the ethics and poetics of public place-making. Recent work includes a collaborative installation with homeless women in Melbourne.

Alasdair Vance, Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne

Alasdair Vance leads the Academic Child Psychiatry Unit team at the Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne. The Unit is recognised internationally for its innovative work on clinical phenotyping and the careful delineation of the neural mechanisms underlying human visuospatial memory and working memory.