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Urban sound, performance and transnational identities — Call for Participants

Urban sound, performance and transnational identities — Call for Participants

27 February 2019

Following the Cities Imaginaries annual lecture on Thursday 16 May­­, UCL Urban Laboratory will host a half-day event to explore how different music and dance cultures shape diverse neighbourhoods and urban narratives in ...

City, Essay, Film — Call for Contributions

26 February 2019

City, Essay, Film

UCL Urban Laboratory and the UCL Faculty of Arts & Humanities are hosting an interdisciplinary symposium on the urban essay film, to take place during the UCL Festival of Culture on Friday 7 June ...

Call for Papers: Historical Perspectives on Urban Infrastructures

11 February 2019

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UCL Urban Laboratory is co-hosting an interdisciplinary workshop aimed at early-career researchers taking place on 16 April 2019 at UCL. Please find below more details about the background; workshops aims; expected outcomes for ...

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Cities vs. Nationalism: Rethinking Contemporary Urbanism reading group

Cities vs. Nationalism: Rethinking Contemporary Urbanism reading group

29 March - 10 May 2019

This new reading group supported by the UCL Urban Laboratory will meet across three sessions to discuss the relatively undeveloped research field of urban geopolitics, within the context of national vs. urban citizenship.

Cities Imaginaries Lecture 2019: Sonjah Stanley Niaah

16 May 2019

Sonjah Stanley Niaah

UCL Urban Laboratory hosts the 2019 Cities Imaginaries lecture with Sonjah Stanley Niaah, head of the Institute of Caribbean Studies at the University of the West Indies.

We The Young Strong

24 October 2019

British Union of Fascists Women's Drum Corps (credit: University of Sheffield Library)

UCL Urban Laboratory and the Bloomsbury Theatre host a new drama by award-winning playwright Nicola Baldwin and director Cat Robey set in 1930’s East End London that considers the participation of women ...

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