5. Class and urbanisation
4. Cosmopolitanism's manifestations of referential dissonance
3. Conceptualising the urban through difference in comparative studies
2. Presenting the past in the contemporary city
1. Urban transitions towards sustainability: visions and realities
The five thematic tracks for the 2015 workshop are:
Stadtkolloquium's 6th Annual Workshop took place over Monday 30 - Tuesday 31 March 2015 at University College London.
The workshop was set up to provide an open, informal and intimate space for PhD research students in urban-related disciplines to collaborate and discuss progress amongst peers with regard to topical, theoretical, practical or methodological concerns. We therefore welcomed contributions from students at all stages of the dissertation process. The workshop is unique in that all participants agree to both present their work and support others in doing so in small group sessions. Organisers generated lively roundtable discussions on diverse urban questions across various academic disciplines including Geography, Architecture, History, Anthropology, Literature, Cultural Studies, Development Studies, Arts, Environmental Studies, Gender Studies, Planning, Engineering and beyond.
Click here to read the call for papers (the cfp has now closed).
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