Urbanism @ Borders
|Location:||The Sir Ian Wood Building, RGU campus|
Urbanism @ Borders invites researchers and professionals to debate on issues around border urbanism and the effects of divided cities due to border and segregation of land.
This conference is open to architects, planners, historian, political analyst, humanitarian experts, human geographer, urban designers and more from allied disciplines who wish to join in the research group by sending their research work, ideas, case studies on border and its related issues, such as transient settlement, border as catalysis for inner urban changes, mobility, land lock issues due to bordering with variable countries etc. to discuss at the conference in September 2018.