*Stadtkolloquium* Interdisciplinary Urban PhD Research Group
4th Annual Workshop 2013 – 25 & 26th March
Call for papers
Stadtkolloquium, in conjunction with UCL’s Urban Laboratory, is pleased to announce its annual 2-day work shop for PhD research students in urban-related disciplines. The workshop will provide an open, informal and intimate space to collaborate and discuss progress amongst peers with regard to topical, theoretical, practical or methodological concerns. We therefore welcome contributions from students at all stages of the dissertation process.
*Stadtkolloquium* aims to create a supportive environment for urban researchers who to develop their work and meet PhD students from other departments and universities. The workshop is unique in that all participants agree to both present their work and support others in doing so in small group sessions. Organizers hope to generate lively round-table discussions on diverse urban questions across various academic disciplines including Geography, Architecture, History, Anthropology, Literature, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Fine Arts, Environmental Studies, Gender Studies, Health Sciences, Planning, Engineering and beyond.
Within the Limits of Scarcity: Rethinking Space, City and Practices 27th February – 1st March 2013 University of Westminster, London http://www.scibe.eu/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/cfp_phdconference_scibe.pdf Keynote Speakers: Pier Vittorio Aureli, Architectural Association / Berlage Institute Camillo Boano, The Bartlett – DPU UCL Ole Bouman, Nederlands Architectuurinstituut Erik Swyngedouw, University of Manchester Scarcity is often considered as a fundamental condition […]
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An international symposium organised by the Department of Architecture at the University of Westminster in conjunction with SOAS Seminars on Turkey The making of modern Ankara is a momentous yet oft-neglected episode in twentieth-century history. The transformation of this ancient Anatolian town into the capital of the Turkish Republic captured the world’s attention during the […]
Call for Papers International Conference (Re)constructing communities in Europe, 1918-1968. A venture into the discursive practices of community building Radboud University Nijmegen / Utrecht University – Soeterbeeck Study Center 18-20 December 2013 Theme Conceptions of community were at the heart of inter- and post-war discourses of (re)construction, both in communist Eastern Europe and the democratic […]
International Conference of the Italian Association of Urban History – AISU Waterfronts Revisited. The Transformation of the Port Cities and the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape November 9, 2012 CNR – National Research Council of Italy Piazzale Aldo Moro 7 – Rome Aula Marconi Organized by the CNR – Institute for the Conservation and […]
From Andy Inch: Hi all, Bob Colenutt, Michael Edwards, Tim Marshall and I, with important contributions from other PNUK members at various stages, have been working for some time to put together a ‘manifesto for planning and land reform’. We now have a draft completed which we hope will generate some debate and discussion about […]
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“Head West” British Association for American Studies 58th Annual Conference A 4-day conference to be held at the University of Exeter, 18-21 April 2013 We are delighted to announce that three plenary speakers have already been confirmed: Paul Gilroy, Anthony Giddens Professor of Social Theory at the London School of Economics Dolores Hayden, Professor of […]