1st August 2021



A selection of students' publications drawing on writing and research undertaken for MSc Urban Studies at UCL:

Marina Chang (2008-2009) Food Junctions Cookbook: Living Recipes for Social Innovation (2011) Further details

William Bradley (2008-2009) The gentrification of Broadway Market. Hackney History, 2010 Volume 16, pgs 49-62.

Regan Koch (2008-2009) Rethinking urban public space: accounts from a junction in West London Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 2012

Daniel Lobo (2009-2010) Report for planners on the urban politics of Deptford regeneration: The need for a fairer power structure in urban regeneration projects. Opticon Magazine Issue 11, 2011

Lucrezia Lennart (2008-2009) Evictions: the experience of Liebig 14. In Gandy, M. (ed.) Urban Constellations (2011), pgs 158-162.

Nazia Parvez (2010-2011) Visual representations of poverty: The case of Kroo Bay, Freetown City, Volume 15, Issue 6, 2011
See also Atlantic Cities

Christian Held (2010-2011) Contentious Informalities - The Narratives of Picnicking at Berlin’s Thai Park.  Dérive - Zeitschrift für Stadtforschung, 2013 (51), pp. 43–48.

Craig Hatcher (2009-2010) Forced evictions: legacies of dislocation on the Clays Lane Estate. In Powell, M. and Marreri, I. (eds.) The Art of Dissent (2012), pgs 197-206.

Myfanwy Taylor (2009-2010) Re-thinking London's economies and economic futures. Winning entry in UCL 2062 Competition.

Myfanwy Taylor (2009-2010) ‘Being useful’ after the Ivory Tower: combining research and activism with the Brixton Pound. Area 2014 [Open Access paper]

David Roberts (2008-2011) 'Slab'. A collection of site-specific concrete poems. Forthcoming, Copy Press.

Regan Koch (2008-2009) On the Hard Work of Domesticating a Public Space. Urban Studies (2012)

Juliane Zellner (2011-12) Temporary stages in the urban space: The 'cooperative formats' of the BMW Guggenheim Lab and the Syntopic Salon (edition: forschung).

Philip Comerford (2011-12) The Olympic security fence is a modern day form of enclosure. Open Democracy 26 July 2012.

Martha Mingay (2011-12) Orgreave 30 Years On: An Uncontaminated Name.

Tom Baker (2011-12) The Garden on the Machine. In Lindner, C. and Rosa, B. (eds.) Deconstructing the High Line: postindustrial urbanism and the rise of the Elevated Park (2017) Rutgers University Press.

Rachel Ling (2014-15) How Skopje's Urban Makeover Alienated Locals

Will Jamieson (2014-15) There’s Sand in My Infinity Pool: Land Reclamation and the Rewriting of Singapore. GeoHumanities

Archita Suryanarayanan (2016/17) GPS vs reading your city. The Hindu

Jessica Cargill Thompson (2015-18) Old Kent Road: More Than A Monopoly Metaphor. Londonist

Jack Leyton (2015-16) Publics and their problems: Notes on the Remaking of the South Bank, London. (with Alan Latham). International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 2019.

Cristian Valenzuela (2016-17) ‘The gay person always looks for the big European city’: the sexual migration of Latin American gay men in London.' In Mole, R. (Ed) Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe 2021

Battersea Power Station Visit. Photo: Andrew Harris

Battersea Power Station Visit. Photo: Andrew Harris

Urban Practices presentation at CitiesMethodologies, May 2014

Urban Practices presentation at CitiesMethodologies, May 2014

Hackney rooftop social event July 2015

Hackney rooftop social event July 2015