LSE Cities hosts a wide range of events in London and internationally, which are free and open to all. For ticketing information, please view individual event pages via the links below.
Tuesday 12 February 2019 | 18.30-20.00
Political Strategies and Tactics for Transformative Urban Change
Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities
Diane Davies, from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Alejandro Echeverri, an architect and planner from Medellín, Colombia, explore urban policy and design tactics linked to social urbanism.
Tuesday 19 February 2019 | 09.30-10.30
The Role of Cities in a Global Economy
Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
At the end of his second and final term, Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel,
will discuss the role of cities as world leaders in the 21st century.
Thursday 28 February 2019 | 19.00-20.00
Developing Urban Futures
Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities and LSE Festival: New World (Dis)Orders
An event exploring the urban dynamics in rapidly changing Sub-Saharan African Cities and asks how current models of planning and governance succeed or fail.
Monday 11 March 2019 | 18.30-20.00
Contradictions in Contemporary Urbanisation: Cities of the Arabian Peninsula
Book launch hosted by LSE Cities and LSE Middle East Centre
Co-editors Harvey Molotch and Davide Ponzini discuss their recently published book ‘The New Arab Urban: Gulf Cities of Wealth, Ambition and Distress’.
Other content you may have missed:
NEWS | Developing Urban Futures conference sessions all available to listen online
RESEARCH SEMINARS | New and updated LSE Cities Research Seminar Dates
NEWS | New special issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs
PODCAST | Peter Madden on City Planning in the Digital Age
ARTICLE| New LSE Cities working paper: Urban infrastructure and development
PODCAST | Eric Klinenberg Palaces for the People lecture
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