Practicing Ethics in Built Environment Research
29 June 2015–30 June 2015, 9:00 am–6:00 pm
This transdisciplinary symposium, part of the project 'Ethics in Built Environment Research', explores the role ethics plays in built environment research – tackling topics such as big data, fossil fuel, housing and regeneration, and addressing issues like confidentiality, consent, risk and vulnerability.
Pearson Lecture Theatre (North East Entrance)Pearson Building, UCLGower StLondonWC1E 6BTUnited Kingdom
Speakers include fiction writers, artists, scientists, academics, and public figures, including: Adriana Allen, Martin Austwick, Sarah Bell, Sarah Butler, Andrew Barry, Ben Campkin, Claire Colomb, Alex Frediani, Charlotte Johnson, Caren Levy, Saladin Meckled-Garcia, Christophe McGlade, Hayley Newman, Platform, David Price, Doina Petrescu, David Roberts, Jeremy Till, Jonathan Porritt and Michael Walls.
The symposium is supported by The Bartlett, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment and UCL Grand Challenge of Human Wellbeing.
- For recordings of the conference available to the public please see YouTube and Lecturecast.
- For more information on the larger project ‘Ethics in Built Environment Research’ please see here.
Image: 'Flyover Farm, Mumbai'. Photograph: Yeoryia Manolopolou, AY Architects.