- Young Planners Cymru, The Royal Town Planning Institute and the School of Planning and GeographyTuesday 25th February 2014 - 4:45pm
There are a very wide range of different career pathways for planning graduates, ranging from environmental planning, statutory planning and transport planning through to economic development, heritage and regeneration.
'Feeds and Speeds': Producing Product Qualities, Entanglements and Mediation in the Personal Computer IndustryDr Justin Spinney, Cardiff UniversityTuesday 25th February 2014 - 4:00pm
Michel Callon, alongside various collaborators offers a theory of market exchange which seeks to overcome the tendencies of previous explanations to both over-state the agency of the individual and over-determine the power of capitalisms.
- Professor John Eade, University of RoehamptonTuesday 18th February 2014 - 7:00pm
The Islam UK Centre runs a free annual public lecture series each Spring. Speakers come from across the UK and overseas to give details of the latest research available.
- Professor Frank Moulaert, Professor of Spatial Planning, KU LeuvenTuesday 18th February 2014 - 5:30pm
Many contemporary approaches to social innovation tend to read it as an extra dimension to innovation dynamics.
The Reinvention of Urban Nature: Wildlife Preservation and Ecological Planning in West- and Post-Unification BerlinDr Jens Lachmund, Department of Technology and Society Studies, University of MaastrichtTuesday 18th February 2014 - 4:00pm
The presentation seeks to shed light on the scientific and political dynamics through which a new form of nature came into being and was institutionalized as an object of public concern.
- Dr Jon Anderson, School of Planning and GeographyTuesday 11th February 2014 - 4:00pm
This paper explores the consequences of mobility for those engaged in long-distance, high-speed travel. It reclaims the notion of jet lag and repositions it as the broader phenomenon of 'travel disorientation'.
- Professor Mike Goodman, Reading UniversityTuesday 4th February 2014 - 4:00pm
The chef-ocolypse is upon us. Now major voices in defining 'good food' and increasingly powerful political figures, celebrity chefs are central figures in the austerity foodscape where, quality food is watched rather than eaten.