UCL Urban Laboratory


Cities Methodologies Bucharest

12 September 2011

Dr Ger Duijzings, Reader in the Anthropology of Eastern Europe in the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, and one of the UCL Urban Laboratory Co-Directors, has co-edited a catalogue of the 2010 Cities Methodologies exhibition and workshop held in Bucharest

Cities Methodologies Bucharest

The publication is co-edited by Simona Dumitriu and Aurora Király who collaborated with Dr Duijzings in curating the event. The show and catalogue included work by contributors to earlier editions of Cities Methodologies in London.

Established in 2009 UCL Cities Methodologies provides space for scholars and practitioners working across the urban field to exchange knowledge, skills and experience in the deployment of ambitious new methods. This is achieved through an annual London exhibition and series of events focused on methodologies, and a coordinated programme of spin-off'exhibitions in other cities internationally. The exhibition operates as a city street, in which researchers and visitors encounter work from across the spectrum of urban disciplines, professions and practices.