The Bartlett Doctoral Hub
Creating space for conversations on mental health can help researchers through the PhD journey.
The first ever Bartlett Doctoral Review has been published online, showcasing a diverse range of research from across the Bartlett Faculty.
Nikolett Puskás from the Insitute of Global Prosperity gives an account of ongoing fieldwork in Budapest around questions of wellbeing in public space.
Co-hosted by House of Vans and The Bartlett School of Architecture, the 'Pushing Boarders' conference took place in London on 1–3 June 2018.
Read Fanny Froehlich's account of her six months spent in Ghana, West Africa, conducting qualitative fieldwork for her PhD at The Bartlett's Development Planning Unit.
Killian Doherty’s collaborative film ‘Uppland’, made with director Edward Lawrenson, is about a Swedish ‘new-town’ in Northern Liberia.
This varied event explored the role of time in making space, with Carol Mavor giving an enchanting critical performance and architect-composer Duo revealing a new interdisciplinary architecture.
Congratulations to Sigi Attender, who has successfully defended his thesis titled 'Urban Borderlands: Spatial change in Amman and Tel Aviv-Jaffa'.
Tehreem Husain considers what automation means for the UK construction industry.
Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management PhD Candidate Imad Ahmed reports on a talk from Mr Farrukh Kahn of Acumen.
Sharon Richardson estimates the local active population from digitised interactions.
Duncan Grassie reflects on research motivations, at the recent UCL Graduate Open Day
The Narrative/Making/Space team reports on their Bartlett doctoral curated event at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Jihyun Kim introduces an affordance-ANT framework to capture the fluid and heterogeneous aspect of urban public space.
Ollie Palmer and Anna Ulrikke Andersen recently screened their doctoral work at the Arctic Moving Image and Film Festival
Dr Foteini Valeonti reports on USEUM, her crowd-sourced art platform that offers unprecedented access to art online.
Edward Denison reflects on the remarkable fruition of his doctoral research – in three books.