UCL Urban Laboratory


Situating Architecture: term 2 lecture series

24 March 2015, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

Situating Architecture: term 2 seminar programme

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G02 Lecture Theatre, 140 Hampstead Road, London NW1 3EE

The Bartlett School of Architecture's new architectural history lecture programme, drawing on academics from the institution, continues during the second academic term of 2014/15.

The lectures take place on Monday lunchtimes in the School's new facilities on Hampstead Road. All welcome.

12 January, Claire Colebrook - Scale and Refuge: Twilight of the Anthropocene

19 January, Tania Sengupta - Town, Territory, Paper, Partitions: Colonial knowledge and amterial-spatial cultures of provinical governance in India c. 1830-1860

26 January, Harriet Richardson - On with the new, off with the old. 250 years of hospital design

2 February, Stephen Loo - Performative Ecologies at the Baroque Edges of Sentience

9 February, Clare Melhuish, Re-framing Modernism: architecture and cultural identity in the black Atlantic

16 February, Sophia Psarra - Emergent and Designed Tectonics: Re-situating Architectural Knowledge

2 March, Edward Denison - Complicated Encounters - China, Modernity, and the Arrival of Architecture

16 March, Peter Bishop - Dark Matter: Kings Cross and the politics behind built form

23 March, Nina Vollenbroker - Boundary Crossings

24 March, Frederic Migayrou (Tuesday 1-2, Seminar Room 206)