UCL Urban Laboratory


UCL Urban Laboratory launches survey on future research and activities

23 July 2018

Since launching in 2005, UCL Urban Laboratory has experimented with methods of critical, creative, interdisciplinary, and outward-facing urban research.

Chardine Taylor-Stone presents at UCL Urban Laboratory's Queer night scenes event at the Museum of London on 13 February 2018

Bringing together work across the arts and sciences, it has made a major contribution to modelling new modes of cross-disciplinary research, teaching and engagement across the urban field.

As we enter a transformative stage in our history - from the appointment of a new Director, to our planned activities at UCL's new east London campus - we would like to source your views on our current and past work, and help us refine our future mission, publications, and activities.

The survey takes 5 - 8 minutes. If you opt-in at the end of the survey, we will enter you into a draw to receive a number of recent Urban Laboratory publications, including a print copy of this month's Urban Pamphleteer #7: LGBTQ+ Night-Time Spaces, and our anthologies Engaged Urbanism and Urban Constellations. Three addresses will be drawn randomly, and postage is covered internationally.

The survey will close at 23:59 BST on Sunday 12 August. Terms and conditions for the prize draw can be found here.

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