Shaping Cities in an Urban Age is the third in the series. Previous titles include Living in the Endless City (2011) and The Endless City (2007).
A research project developing methods to explore the relationship between the built environment and the use of public space in Kuwait’s residential neighbourhoods.LSE Cities research exploring the relationship between the development goals and the contribution made by new infrastructure.
Sisto Andama, a participant of our 2017-2018 Executive MSc in Cities cohort, launched the findings of the Amaravati Taskforce at the Happy Cities Summit in Amaravati, India today. The formal handing-over ceremony was attended by Chandrababu Naidu, Rt. Hon Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh and Dr. Sreedhar Cherukuri, Commissioner of the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA), as well as other […]
The most recent issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs, co-edited by Nuno F. da Cruz, Philipp Rode and Michael McQuarrie is now open to free access. This special issue, entitled New Urban Governance, shows that engaging with modern-day urban governance study and practice will require an interdisciplinary and mostly empirical research agenda from diverse global contexts. By […]
- 15 Jan 2019 | Lent Term LSE Cities Seminars: The Emotional Life of the City
- 7 Dec 2018 | Over 400 people attend Urban Age conference in Addis Ababa
- 14 Nov 2018 | Urban Age Scholarships announced for LSE Executive MSc in Cities
- 2 Nov 2018 | Programme and speaker annoucement for Addis Ababa Urban Age conference
- 31 Oct 2018 | Ricky Burdett interviewed by La Repubblica on new Shaping Cities book
- 31 Oct 2018 | National Geographic interviews Ricky Burdett and Peter Griffiths on London’s future
- 31 Oct 2018 | The Quito Papers a fresh perspective on embracing the urban
- 31 Oct 2018 | The Sage Handbook of the 21st Century City reviewed
- 18 Oct 2018 | Ricky Burdett delivers public lecture on Shaping Cities in Barcelona
- 15 Oct 2018 | Philipp Rode to speak on security, migration and development