#KCLUrbanFutures Book Review: ‘Enemies of Progress’ by Austin Williams

Read our newest #KCLUrbanFutures book review of ‘Enemies of Progress: The Dangers of Sustainability’ by Austin Williams from Daniel Galloway Green, current MA Sustainable Cities programme student, Urban Futures research domain, Department of Geography, King’s College London … More #KCLUrbanFutures Book Review: ‘Enemies of Progress’ by Austin Williams

“This City is for You and Me”- Khadar Ki Ladkiyan [Khadar Girls] Music Video

Read the report on the ‘Khadar Ki Ladkiyan [Khadar Girls]’ music video initiative, part of the Urban Futures research domain-based ‘Gendering the Smart City’ research network project, written by Dr. Ayona Datta, ‘Gendering the Smart City’ research network project Principal Investigator, Reader in Urban Futures, Department of Geography, King’s College London and Urban Futures research domain chair … More “This City is for You and Me”- Khadar Ki Ladkiyan [Khadar Girls] Music Video

Impressions from the Third International Conference on Geographies of Education

Originally posted on Population Geography:
12th November, 2018 PGRG Blog #13 Jacob Fairless Nicholson ? Jacob Fairless Nicholson is a postgraduate researcher in his third year at King’s College London. His work charts the geographies of ‘Black education spaces’ in London 1960-1990. Jacob visited the three-day Third International Conference on Geographies of Education at Loughborough…