These research seminars are a series of expert-led discussions. Unless otherwise noted, they take place at LSE on Thursdays, 1pm-3:30pm in the Michael Wise Room, STC 3.14. The seminars are open to all.

Michaelmas Term 2019

10 October

Dr Katie Meehan (King’s College, London)
‘Cities of the unplumbed: Race, income inequality and water poverty in urban America’

24 October

Prof Anna Secor (Durham)
‘The neighbour that might kill you: Difference, politics, and ethics in Turkey’

14 November

Dr Julia Corwin (LSE)
‘Analogue labour in a digital world: Repair and jugaad in India’s used electronics economy’

21 November

Dr Romit Chowdhury (Durham)
‘The social life of transport infrastructures: Masculinities and everyday mobility in Kolkata’

5 December

Dr Creighton Connolly (Lincoln)
‘Planning “portopolis”: Melaka, Malaysia and the geopolitics of urban infrastructure’

This series is organised by Dr Ryan Centner. Contact with any questions.