The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows 2014
16 July 2014
As part of its annual Visiting Research Fellows programme, The Bartlett is pleased to welcome next year’s cohort of scholars and practitioners involved in cutting-edge research within a range of disciplines.
The fellows will be resident in central London for a 12-week period from January-March 2015 and will conduct research and collaborate with Bartlett staff on subjects related to our chosen research theme for 2014-15, Human Wellbeing. This theme forms one of UCL’s Grand Challenges, which bring together expertise from across UCL and beyond to address the world’s key problems.
The 2014/2015 Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows:
Ms Adriana Cabello Plasencia
Adriana Cabello is an architect and researcher whose work is concerned with innovation, sustainability and collaborative practice. Adriana has experience within professional practice with a strong focus on design visualisation and fabrication, and has used these skills within a teaching and workshop environment to facilitate the construction of exhibitions.
Mr Jonathan Rokem
Jonathan Rokem is an Urban Researcher and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Human Geography, Lund University, Sweden. Jonathan recently submitted his Ph.D. - Comparing Urban Difference - Learning from Jerusalem and Stockholm.
Professor Madhav Badami
Madhav Badami has a joint faculty appointment in the School of Urban Planning and the McGill School of Environment at McGill University. He is also a core faculty member in the inter-faculty BA&Sc programme in Sustainability, Science and Society at McGill.
Ms Rebecca French
Rebecca French is one half of artist duo French & Mottershead. Their work explores and reveals the social dynamics and narratives inherent within public and private spaces.
Dr Silvia Gullino
Silvia Gullino is currently Senior Lecturer in Spatial Planning at Kingston University and Visiting Research Fellow at KCL. Her research interests in rethinking key concepts in planning have focused on approaches to urban regeneration, social sustainability, and health and urban environments.