Jun8Double Vision is a photographic reflection on the resilience of memory in the face of swift and brutal changes to urban and social landscapes, as well as a deeply personal autobiographical narrative linked to urban space in a South African post-apartheid city.Aug20Presented in partnership with the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Spaces for Literacy draws on major strategy reviews both in Scotland and England.
LSE Cities hosts public lectures, book launches, expert seminars and discussions about the complexities involved in running, building and living in cities around the world.
Architects, sociologists, politicians, and planners, join in the debate with engineers and film directors, mayors and policy makers, civil society and the general public.
- 16 Jun 2015 | LSE Cities Ricky Burdett participated in Designing City Resilience Summit
- 15 Jun 2015 | Designing the Urban Commons Exhibition featured in The Guardian
- 12 Jun 2015 | Paper by LSE Cities Nuno Ferreira da Cruz published in Public Management Review
- 11 Jun 2015 | Philipp Rode participated in FT/IFC Transformational Business Conference 2015
- 9 Jun 2015 | Richard Sennett wins the 2015 Hemingway Prize
- 3 Jun 2015 | LSE Cities Double Vision Exhibition featured in the Guardian
- 2 Jun 2015 | LSE Cities Philipp Rode presented at Future Built 2015 Conference
- 1 Jun 2015 | LSE Cities New Urban Governance Project: new essays on urban governance in Europe and China
- 28 May 2015 | LSE Cities Ricky Burdett participates in the Chicago Forum on Global Cities
- 22 May 2015 | LSE Cities Catarina Heeckt wins best in show for LSE Research Festival Exhibition 2015 photography category