Monthly Archives: January 2015

LSE Cities Philipp Rode presents at Colloquium on International Comparative Urban Research in Stuttgart

16 January 2015

Philipp Rode delivers a presentation on how ‘All Cities are Unique: The Limits, Value and Methodologies of Comparative Urbanism’ at Comparing Apples and Oranges?: A Colloquium on International Comparative Urban Research. This will take place on the 15-16 January 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany and is hosted by the Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development and the University of Stuttgart.

The colloquium brings together urban researchers addressing the complexities of conducting systematic internationally comparative research utilizing both quantitative and qualitative methods.

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Applications now open for LSE Cities Summer Executive Programme on London and Global Cities

14 January 2015

Following its successful launch in 2014, LSE Cities will be running an intensive week-long Executive programme on London and Global Cities from the 29 June until the 3 July 2015.

Taught by LSE Cities and LSE London’s long standing faculty together with some of the London’s key decision makers, the programme uses participant led case study exercises, site visits and seminars to put students in the middle of real urban challenges testing their leadership and management skills.

Apply before the 31 January and receive a 10% discount on fees
Full details on how to apply can be found here.



LSE Cities Suzi Hall presented at seminar on The Urban Diasporama: Rethinking Globalisation from Below

13 January 2015

Suzi Hall delivered a talk on Living Migration: Symbolic, Collective and Intimate Maps at a seminar on The Urban Diasporama: Rethinking Globalisation from Below organised by the Queen Mary University. This took place on Tuesday 13 January from 6-8pm.

The seminar explored how the space and time of accelerated flows of information, commodities and people, poses a special problems of representation for cartographers and also for ethnographers committed to validating locally situated knowledge.

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