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Highlights from Urban Laboratory activities in 2017 featured in The Bartlett Review

Highlights from Urban Laboratory activities in 2017 featured in The Bartlett Review

23 January 2018

The 2017 edition of The Bartlett Review, by UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, has been published, with short stories and essays that highlight a number of projects and activities from UCL ...

Outlining the global fault lines of the ‘slum’ narrative

11 January 2018

Slum in Paris by the Pont des Poissonniers André Feigeles Wikimedia

Urban Lab Co-Director Dr Pushpa Arabindoo (Senior Lecturer, UCL Geography) has written an article in The Conversation on the popular representation of 'slums' in the media, and what this signifies for the future ...

Call for papers: Cross-disciplinary conversations on sexualities, queerness and space

10 January 2018

Cross-disciplinary conversations on sexualities, queerness and space

This half-day symposium on the afternoon of Monday 19 March 2018 will bring together postgraduates working in range of disciplines and fields to explore research centring sexualities, queerness and space. The scope of ...

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Queering the London Plan: Preparing an LGBTQ+ community response to the Mayor’s consultation

Queering the London Plan: Preparing an LGBTQ+ community response to the Mayor’s consultation

23 February 2018

*Please note venue change - the event now takes place at ThoughtWorks in Soho*

Urban Lab Films present 'Natura Urbana: The Brachen of Berlin'

07 March 2018

Urban Lab Films present Natura Urbana: The Brachen of Berlin

Urban Lab Films will present one of the first UK screenings of Natura Urbana: The Brachen of Berlin (UK/Germany, 72 mins) by Matthew Gandy.

Cross-disciplinary conversations on sexualities, queerness and space

19 March 2018

Cross-disciplinary conversations on sexualities, queerness and space

This half-day symposium will bring together postgraduates working in range of disciplines and fields to explore research centring sexualities, queerness and space. The scope of this event is deliberately wide so as to ...

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