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The African Heritage Challenges: Development and Sustainability conference co-organised by UCR's Dr. Britt Baillie featured a panel dedicated to HERITAGE AND THE 'AFROPOLIS'.
The City Seminar, co-convened by UCR's Hanna Bauman, with Wendy Pullan as a faculty advisor, will be hosting the 'Urban Research at Cambridge: end-of-year workshop for graduate students and early career researchers' on June 4.
UCR's Lefkos Kyriacou published an article on football and conflict in Belfast entitled: 'A Patchwork City: Mapping the fan-bases of the major club’s in Northern Ireland’s capital' in issue 17 of Blizzard.
UCR PhD candidate Irit Katz publishes a new article on camps in Political Geography
New volume by Christine Weber entitled 'Social Memory and War narratives' in the Palgrave Studies in Heritage and Conflict series co-edited by UCR's Britt Baillie.
Symposium to honour Professor Wendy Pullan’s career
New Statesman article by Professor Wendy Pullan entitled 'Heritage wars - the politics behind the US pulling out of Unesco: when identity politics and ancient treasures colllide' available online
The Research of UCR PhD Student Anwar Jaber on Palestine is Featured in the University's Philanthropic Campaign
11th Briefing Paper launch and ‘War on Cities’ panel discussion
A new article by PhD Candidate Hanna Baumann in Cities questions the notion of Jerusalem as an enclave city by examining Palestinian mobility across urban space: 'Enclaves, borders, and everyday movements: Palestinian marginal mobility in East Jerusalem
Anwar Jaber speaks at INTBAU World Congress at the Royal Society of Arts, London and meets HRH Prince of Wales
As part of the exhibit 'Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter' at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, UCR's Dr Irit Katz has written a text for MoMa's 'Insecurities' publication on Medium
At a symposium on Archaeology as a Tool of Displacement in the Old City of Jerusalem, ‘Wendy Pullan spoke on ‘The Reinvention of Jerusalem: Heritage, Archaeology, Settlement’
Book launch for 'Locating Urban Conflicts: Ethnicity, Nationalism and the Everyday' on 22nd October
Britt Baillie will present a paper entitled: Chronocentrism: Memory and Victimhood in 'conflict-time' at the POST-CONFLICT, CULTURAL HERITAGE AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Wageningen, 9-11 October 2013
Cambridge Palestine Open Maps Mapathon
Cambridge UN Peace One Day events
CFP Spaces of Displacement
Conflict in Cities members interviewed by the Guardian for an article entitled 'Walls: an illusion of security from Berlin to the West Bank'
Conflict in Cities special issue of Space and Polity
Congratulations to UCR PhD Candidate Gruia Badescu who has been awarded a one year lectureship as a Departmental Lecturer in Human Geography with an affiliation with St John's College
Coverage of UCR and Locating Urban Conflicts on the Urban Controversies blog
CRASSH City Seminar - Lent 2015 : The Margins of the City
CR's Irit Katz together with Prof. James Sidaway will convene two sessions on ‘The Political Geographies of Camps’ for Political Geography at the IGU Regional Conference, Krakow, 21 August 2014
'Destination: Europe', the new issue of Forced Migration Review features an article by UCR Researcher Irit Katz, 'A network of camps on the way to Europe'
Director of the Centre of Urban Conflicts Research made Head of the Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge
DPU Dialogues in Development: Space, Politics and imperfect citizenship: a debate on migration policy and forms of life at the edge of Europe
Dr. Britt Baillie will be co-chairing a session entitled Archaeology and Cultural Heritage During and After Armed Conflict
Dr Michael Llewellyn-Smith has been a visiting scholar at the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research this autumn. His research interest is the exercise of power between different tiers of government in relation to planning policy
Dr Nadia Charalambous, from the Department of Architecture at the University of Cyprus, was a Martin Centre visiting scholar at the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research (UCR) in April and again in June of this year