Tracing Imperial Nostalgia at Cumberland Lodge By Chloe Peacock

  This post is part of an occasional series, which has been produced in response to the PhD study weekend at Cumberland Lodge in June 2016 attended and organised by members of the Sociology PhD cohort at Goldsmiths College, University of London. The theme of the weekend was to explore creative and inventive methods in response … More Tracing Imperial Nostalgia at Cumberland Lodge By Chloe Peacock

Imperial traces, global places: On mapping a sense of place by Louise Rondel

This post is part of an occasional series, which has been produced in response to the PhD study weekend at Cumberland Lodge in June 2016 attended and organised by members of the Sociology PhD cohort at Goldsmiths College, University of London. The theme of the weekend was to explore creative and inventive methods in response … More Imperial traces, global places: On mapping a sense of place by Louise Rondel

Brexit and Trump: The Spatial Stories. By Alex Rhys-Taylor

Over the next few weeks we’ll be publishing a series of city-focussed responses to both the Referendum on European Union membership, and the election of Donald Trump. The recent election of Donald Trump as the president of the United States cannot help but be interpreted alongside the British vote to leave the European Union. Both … More Brexit and Trump: The Spatial Stories. By Alex Rhys-Taylor

Beyond Good and Bad practice: Collaboration, Creativity and the Value of Failure

Seminar by : Nirmal Puwar and Alison Rooke  Date : 16th November Time : 11am -4pm Location : RHB 304, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, SE14 6NW The terms participation, collaboration and co-production are becoming ubiquitous in academic institutions. A range of actors in the higher educational sector are taking an increased interest in working with others. The … More Beyond Good and Bad practice: Collaboration, Creativity and the Value of Failure

UrbanPhotoFest 2016: Programme of Events

Festival dates: 3 – 8 November 2016 The organisers of the 2016 International UrbanPhotoFest (UPF) are delighted to announce an exciting schedule of events for this year’s festival run over six days.  UrbanPhotoFest will appeal to photographers, artists, film-makers, and those interested in urban theory and research, and includes a two-day conference, a master-class with Mango Lab, Seminars with London … More UrbanPhotoFest 2016: Programme of Events