Details about the colloquia that took place during the 2013/4 academic year can be found below:

20 February 2014: 'Property markets in London: Clusters of ownership, real estate value and governance', Patricia Canelas (UCL Planning, PhD Student), and 'Experimental political organisation, deliberative democracy and John Dewey', James Scott (Queen Mary Geography, PhD Student).

23 January 2014: 'Salted Earth': a discussion of the diasporic cultures that connect in Brixton Market, from Katy Beinart (UCL Architectural Design, PhD Student), and 'Tomorrow's London': on the GLC's propaganda regarding modernist development plans, from Matthew Harle (Birkbeck English and Humanities, PhD Student).

14 November 2013: 'Material governmentality, car parking and Soviet housing estates', Tauri Tuvikene (UCL Geography, PhD Student), and 'Complexity and the city: planning support tools for collaborative decision-making', Ine Steenmans (UCL Engineering, PhD)