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May 10, 2018

16 May 2017 – Governing in and against austerity: reflections from an eight-case international study

Professor Jonathan Davies (De Montfort University) 'Governing in and against austerity: reflections from an eight-case international study' This event is jointly hosted by USP and The Urban Institute. For more information, see the Urban Studies and Planning website
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March 26, 2018

1-2 May 2018 – Symposium on Moral and Ethical Challenges in Research

2 day event: Tuesday 1st May (10.30-17.00), Wednesday 2nd May (10.20-16.00) The symposium will focus on the breadth of moral and ethical challenges raised by the research process, including activist research, research with vulnerable groups, research that engages with elite and…
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March 25, 2018

18 April 2018 – The Good City: Urban Comparison, Transformation and Value

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 16:00 to Friday, April 20, 2018 - 15:15 Oxford University The ESRC-funded Urban Transformations network will be hosting a conference in Oxford, UK between April 18 and 20, 2018. ‘The Good City: Urban Comparison, Transformation and Value’…
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February 2, 2018

13 March 2018 – Thinking about urban infrastructure: what can we learn from intersectionality?

Urban services do not just mirror urban inequalities, but they are also key in reproducing social, political and spatial exclusions. Inequalities in service provision relate to questions of access, use, and control, which translate in the lack of adequate and…
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December 14, 2017

30 January 2018 – Book Launch with Professor Tim May and Professor Beth Perry

Date: Tuesday 30 January 2018 Time: 1700-1900 ICOSS Hosted by The Sheffield Methods Institute and the Urban Institute at The University of Sheffield, this event celebrates the launch of two books by Professor Tim May and Professor Beth Perry: Reflexivity:…
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May 11, 2017

20 June 2017 – African cities in a changing development context: ‘new donors’, investment and urban transformation

Location: Africa Research Institute, 55 Tufton St, Westminster, London SW1P 3QL Africa’s urban transition is throwing up new challenges for international development assistance. Yet, at the same time, ‘non-traditional’ development partners are creating unprecedented opportunities for urban Africa. Older donors…
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Controlled Environments EventPast events
September 16, 2016

24 May 2017 – Volumetric Urbanism: Charting new urban divisions Public Lecture

Date: 5:30pm, 24th May 2017 Venue: Lecture theatre 3, The Diamond, 32 Leavygreave Rd, Sheffield S3 7RD In major cities around the world, councils and governments are faced with the problem and possibilities of ‘volume’: the stacking and moving of…
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Controlled Environments EventPast events
September 15, 2016

24-26 May 2017 – ‘Volumetric Urbanism: Charting new urban divisions’, An International Workshop

An International Workshop University of Sheffield and University of Western Sydney Sheffield, United Kingdom, 24-26th May 2017. Organisers: Simon Marvin, Urban Institute, Rowland Atkinson, Inclusive Societies at the University of Sheffield and Donald McNeill, Institute for Culture and Society, Western…
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September 14, 2016

4 April 2017 – Precarious infrastructures: Territorial transformation, geopolitics and globalisation

Date: Tuesday 4 April, 2017 Location: University of Massachusetts, Boston. A roundtable talk on the historic legacy and future impacts of infrastructure in (re)shaping globaisation in turbulent times. Organised by Alan Wiig, University of Massachusetts, Boston Community Development Program and…
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September 12, 2016

7 February 2017 -Scenarios of Climate Change: Energy Futures and Urban Humans

The Scenarios of Climate Change research network is exploring how society understands and imagines climate-changed futures. Scenarios are a common method for getting a better grip on the future. Many strands of climate research and action deal with uncertain futures…
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