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LSE Cities news | Tickets available Jagan Shah, Kengo Kuma and more

LSE Cities hosts a wide range of events in London and internationally. For ticketing information, please see each event page. Missed an event or didn’t get a ticket? Podcasts are available for most talks.

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05 June | India’s Smart Cities Agenda
Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities
Jagan Shah, Director of the National Institute of Urban Affairs, will talk on the anticipated impact of the Smart Cities Mission on India’s urbanisation trajectories and how this experience can inform the global narrative on sustainable development.
18 June | Governing Compact Cities
Book launch hosted by LSE Cities
Philipp Rode, Executive Director of LSE Cities and Urban Age, will focus on how arrangements connecting strategic urban planning, city design and transport policy in London and Berlin has supported more integrated urban governance and enabled more compact growth.
23 June | Kengo Kuma on architecture and identity
Public lecture hosted by London School of Architecture and LSE Cities in partnership with The Japan Foundation
As his first UK building nears completion, acclaimed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma will speak about architecture and identity, exploring the relationship between place, building tradition and landscape.
25 June-19 October | Conflicts of an Urban Age
Exhibition hosted by Phase 2 at Arup
Conflicts of an Urban Age will exhibit in Arup’s gallery space in London. First developed as a Special Project for the Venice Biennale, the exhibition highlights the spatial and social consequences of dramatic urban growth in cities across the world between 1990 and 2015, alongside a selection of inspirational solutions to urban change identified by Arup’s global staff.

Developing Urban Futures conference

The next Urban Age conference will take place in Addis Ababa on 29–30 November 2018. The conference will focus on the development of cities in rapidly urbanising countries.

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Graduate and executive education

Applications are currently open for MSc and PhD degrees for graduates and executive MSc and short courses for urban professionals.

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