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Sophie Rowson

Life At The MarginsNews
May 1, 2019

Horizontal solidarities: Screening and debate at the Casalboccone squat (Rome)

This post was originally published via Michele Lancione's wesbite, on 30th March 19. Yesterday in Rome at the Casal Boccone Occupato resiste e insiste squat we had a powerful exchange Romania-Italy on racism, evictions and housing justice. We screened A Inceput Ploaia and then…
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Life At The MarginsOpinion - Life at the Margins
April 24, 2019

Interview-Podcast for the Relational Poverty Network: On Collaborative Art Praxis to Challenge Homelessness

The Relational Poverty Network is a USA-based but internationally driven ensemble, which convenes a community of scholars to develop conceptual frameworks, research methodologies, and pedagogies for the study of relational poverty. It is a project inspired and managed by Vicky Lawson and…
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Event
April 16, 2019

Positioning urban policy at the foreground of innovations in urban studies/science with Professor Susan Parnell

Positioning urban policy at the foreground of innovations in urban studies/science   Professor Susan Parnell GCRF Chair in Urban Development, School of Geography, University of Bristol and Emeritus Professor, and University of Cape Town Wednesday 15th May, 17:30pm The Diamond,…
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Infrastructure in ActionInfrastructure in Action EventNews
April 12, 2019

Call for Papers: Infrastructural futures across cities of the global north

Jonathan Silver at the Urban Institute and colleagues in Boston, Philadelphia, Manchester and Toronto are organising an Urban Studies Foundation workshop on infrastructural futures across cities of the global north. The workshop will be held at the University of Manchester…
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Opinion
March 20, 2019

A Window Into the Lives of Colonial India’s People, in the Trials of a Surveyor

Aritcle by the Urban Institute's Hita Unnikrishnan, and colleagues Anushri Visweswaran, and Harini Nagendra originally published via The Wire 17.02.19. When the British expanded their control over India in the 18th and 19th centuries, they began to systematically document the natural…
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Climate Urbanism EventEventNews
March 7, 2019

Upcoming Seminar Series: Eco-communities in an urban future

Professor Jenny Pickerill, along with colleagues in the Eco-Communities research group and the Urban Institute are organising a seminar series on Eco-Communities in an Urban Future. The series, funded by the Urban Studies Foundation, will involve three workshops during 2019…
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