Research News – April 2021

Publications Martin Savransky has published an essay titled “After Progress: Notes for an Ecology of Perhaps” in the latest issue of Ephemera: Theory & Politics in Organisation, as part of a special issue on “Standby: Organising modes of in/activity”. It’s open access! Natassia Brenman has recently had a book review published in the Sociology of … Continue reading Research News – April 2021

Research News – February 2021

Awards Congratulations to Yesim Yildiz, who has been awarded a 3-year funded ESRC New Investigator’s Grant, entitled: Official Archives of State Violence, starting 1 March. Congratulations, also to Miranda Armstrong who received an award of £8385 from the grassroots organisation Resourcing Racial Justice to further develop her PhD research and undertake some advocacy around the … Continue reading Research News – February 2021

Migrant Cartographies: Cities, Circuits and Circulations

12 May 2017 10am – 5pm RHB Cinema Goldsmiths University of London Cities are in part constituted in myriad enactments of migrant presence which generate urban dialectics of self-and-city composition. Cities also condense many of the challenges we face in migration in the generation and navigation of local circuits composed through forms of social provision, … Continue reading Migrant Cartographies: Cities, Circuits and Circulations

CISP Salon: STS Then & Now: Infrastructure

CISP Salon: STS Then & Now – InfrastructureJanuary 18 (Wednesday) 2017 4:00pm-6:00pm, Warmington Tower 1204 Over the past 40 years, Science and Technology Studies (STS) has grown with contributions from many disciplines, sometimes leading to complicated genealogies concerning its many theoretical commitments. During the Autumn and Spring terms, we will meet to discuss two… via CISP … Continue reading CISP Salon: STS Then & Now: Infrastructure

Four films by Jim Hubbard

Screening and Director Q&A 8 – 10pm, Friday, 9 December 2016, The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way, London, SE11 4TH Tickets available here: £4 full price, £3 students Jim Hubbard has been making experimental films that explore lesbian and gay activism and community-building since the mid-1970s. In 1987, he co-founded MIX NYC, the New York Lesbian … Continue reading Four films by Jim Hubbard

Centre for the Invention of Social Process (CISP) seminar with Dr Craig Lundy and Dr Jon Roffe

23 November 20165 – 7pm DTH 109 Speakers: Dr Craig Lundy and Dr Jon RoffeThe work of Gilles Deleuze has been a great source of inspiration for those interested in the nature, meaning and practice of invention and experimentation. Aside from the conceptual resources that his philosophy affords for rethinking these themes, Deleuze’s work also has much to tell us … Continue reading Centre for the Invention of Social Process (CISP) seminar with Dr Craig Lundy and Dr Jon Roffe

Border Stories: Nick Thorpe and Olumide Popoola in conversation

Wednesday 16 November 1.00-3.00pm, RHB 300a (followed by afternoon tea) All are welcome.           In this discussion Central Europe correspondent for the BBC, Nick Thorpe and writer and lecturer Olumide Popoola will talk about their respective work in Hungary (journalistic) and the Jungle Camp in Calais (fiction).  “Look at all these borders, … Continue reading Border Stories: Nick Thorpe and Olumide Popoola in conversation

UrbanPhotoFest 2016: Programme of Events

Festival dates: 3 – 8 November 2016 The organisers of the 2016 International UrbanPhotoFest (UPF) are delighted to announce an exciting schedule of events for this year’s festival run over six days. UrbanPhotoFest will appeal to photographers, artists, film-makers, and those interested in urban theory and research, and includes a two-day conference, a master-class with … Continue reading UrbanPhotoFest 2016: Programme of Events

CISP Salon: STS Then & Now — CISP Online

CISP Salon: STS Then & Now October 27 (Thursday), 2016 3:00pm-6:00pm, Warmington Tower 1204 Over the past 40 years, Science and Technology Studies (STS) has grown with contributions from many disciplines, sometimes leading to complicated genealogies concerning its many theoretical commitments. During the Autumn and Spring terms, we will meet to discuss two texts in… via … Continue reading CISP Salon: STS Then & Now — CISP Online