On-going Occasional Seminars and Panel Discussions

Since 2013, Expanded Territories has hosted a number of seminars and panels discussions. These include:

FABE / SSH Panel Discussion, 25 November 2014
The Anthropocene: Architecture, Cities, Politics, Law as Geological Agents

Speakers: Jon Goodbun, Senior Lecturer in Architecture; Tony Lloyd Jones, Reader in
International Planning and Sustainable Development; Lucy Bond, Lecturer in English 
Literature; David Chandler, Professor of international Relations; Andreas 
Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Professor of Law & Theory
Chair: Roland Dannreuther, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Humanities
Discussant: Lindsay Bremner, Professor of Architecture and Director of Architectural Research.

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Etienne Turpin, 09 October, 2014 
In Defense of Urban Poverty: Data, Design and Mutual Aid
Ronald Wall, 17 March, 2014
Foodscapes: Food Security, City Networks and Urban Development
Seth Denizen, Anne-Sophie Springer, Etienne Turpin, 05 December 2013
Measurement as Argument
Capital Cities in a Globalised World, 16 May, 2013
Speakers: Robert Maitland, Professor and Director for Tourism Research,
Department of Property and Construction;Davide Deriu, Senior Lecturer,
Department of Architecture; Ben Stringer, Senior Lecturer,
Department of Architecture and Jane McAllister, Senior Lecturer, London Metropolitan University. 
Discussant: Peter Newman, Professor of Comparative Urban Planning.

Geological London, 14 March 2013

A Seminar Organised by Expanded Territories with the London Research Cluster,
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. 
Speakers: Diana Clements, London Diversity Partnership;
David Dernie, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment;
Nick Beech, Department of Architecture;
Simon Phillips, Crossrail Project.

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