- Professor Terry Marsden, Director of the Sustainable Places Research InstituteTuesday 28th May 2013 - 5:30pm
The presentation will explore some of the new trends and questions of the management of rural space with regard to the different pathways towards more sustainable place-making.
- Convenors and Plenary Speakers list enclosedFriday 24th May 2013 - 9:00am
Critical Ecologies is a 1 day interdisciplinary conference dealing with the critical intersection of culture and the natural environment from the perspectives of the humanities and social sciences. Funded by the University Graduate College.
- Saswat Badopadhyay, CEPT University (Center for Environmental Planning and Technology), IndiaWednesday 22nd May 2013 - 12:00pm
Saswat Bandyopadhyay is a Professor of Environmental Planning at the CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India and spearheading research and professional activities related to urban planning, governance and urban capacity challenges.
- Professor Glenn Hardaker, University of HuddersfieldTuesday 21st May 2013 - 4:00pm
The talk will share experiences and explore some findings from extensive fieldwork into the madrasah concept of Islamic pedagogy.
Urban Regeneration & Development Induced Displacements in Neoliberalising Cities: A CaseÂ of AhmedabadSejal Patel, CEPT University (Center for Environmental Planning and Technology), IndiaFriday 17th May 2013 - 1:00pm
Urban regeneration and development induced displacement and resettlement raises questions about distribution of the benefits of development.
- Eryl Powell-Cardiff Food Council, Sarah Germain-Fareshare Cymru, John Thomas-Penrhiw Farm OrganicTuesday 14th May 2013 - 5:30pm
Please join us and a our panel for a horsemeat round table discussion hosted by the Food Studies Group, the School of Planning and Geography and the Sustainable Places Research Institute.
- Mark Winne, Author of Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin' MamasTuesday 7th May 2013 - 5:30pm
Citizen-led efforts, often in partnership with private and public interests, are becoming a more prevalent and effective force for food policy change within local jurisdictions.