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LSE Cities upcoming public events | February & March 2019

LSE Cities hosts a wide range of free events in London and internationally. For ticketing information, please see each event page.
12 February | Political Strategies and Tactics for Transformative Urban Change
Report launch hosted by LSE Cities and Middle East Centre
Based on a new research report comparing Asia’s divergent city models of Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Singapore and Hong Kong, this talk will focus on the relationship of land and energy resources with city form, urban dwelling and mobility.
13 February | At the Limits of Urban Theory: Racial Banishment in the Contemporary City
Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities
Professor Ananya Roy of UCLA Luskin uses the case study of Los Angeles to argue for a new conceptual repertoire for urban studies that contends with the legacies of white liberalism and the race question.
23 February | Getting Ahead of the Curve: addressing housing needs in rapidly growing cities
Public lecture hosted by International Growth Centre and LSE Cities
Across the world, urbanisation has outstripped the ability of governments to facilitate decent, affordable housing for citizens. Can policy help address the growing gap between housing supply and rising demands? This event is part of the LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0 series of events rethinking the welfare state for the 21st century and the global context.
06 March | Migration and the city
Book launch hosted by LSE Cities and LSE Sociology
This event explores the relationship between cities, migrants and brutal migration systems. The event also launches The Sage Handbook of the 21st Century City.
20 March | Building and Dwelling: ethics for the city
Book launch hosted by LSE Cities
To celebrate the launch of his new book, Richard Sennett OBE, Professor of Sociology at LSE and one of the world’s leading thinkers about the urban environment draws on his intimate engagement with city life to form a bold and original vision for the future of cities.

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