King’s College London–Cities Group Seminar Series + Mobile Urbanisms conference

Dear All,

Please find attached details of the King’s College London forthcoming Cities Group Seminar series.

Thursday 4th October, 5-6pm
Producing architectural atmospheres
Prof. Gillian Rose (Open University), Dr. Clare Melhuish (Open University) and Dr. Monica Degen (Brunel University)

Thursday 18th October, 4-6pm
‘If cities are the motors of the economy, why are they sputtering?’ Obvious strengths and weaknesses, or is it the other way around?
Prof. Josef Konvitz (ex-OECD, Visiting Professor, King’s College London)

Thursday 1st November, 5-6pm
What’s wrong with best practice? Typification, innovation and knowledge management in urban development
Dr. Susan Moore (University College London)

Thursday 15th November, 5-6pm
Conversations with the mob: London’s Sock Mob and the politics of encounter
Prof. Jon May (Queen Mary, University of London) and Dr. Jennie Middleton (Kingston University)

Thursday 29th November and Friday 30th November
RGS-IBG Urban Geography Research Group Annual Conference
Mobile Urbanisms
Registration deadline: 5pm, Friday 26th October 2012
Please register using the online form http://tinyurl.com/cocbxpq
Fee: £75 waged, £35 student/unwaged

Place: Pyramid Room, Geography Department, 4th Floor King’s Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London

For more information please contact myself at sophie.elsmore@kcl.ac.uk

With best wishes,
Sophie Elsmore

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