Manchester Urban Institute, Global Development Institute – University of Manchester and Methods@Manchester panel discussion: Co-producing urban research: sharing methods and experiences Room G.36, Arthur Lewis Building from 1:30pm – 3:00pm This panel discussion hosted by MUI, GDI and Methods@Manchester brings together experts from around..
On Wednesday 6 December, join the School of Environment, Education and Development at The University of Manchester for inaugural lectures from Ian Mell, Professor in Environmental & Landscape Planning (Department of Planning, Property and Environmental Management) and Ralitza Dimova, Professor in Development Economics (Global Development Insti..
Supported by the SEED Impact Fund, Migrants: Joy, Rest & Celebration is a short film by Sheril A. Bustaman with Dr Nadiah Ahmad in collaboration with MIDEQ partners at the University of Manchester Dr Tanja Bastia and Matthew Walsham, looking at the activities of Nepali migrant workers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during Hari Raya Aidilfitri (know..
To save a few airmiles and prevent feelings of flightshame related to COP28 being hosted in UAE this year, Sustainable Futures with support from Tyndall Manchester, Henry Royce Institute and Creative Manchester is hosting an all-day event showcasing the work of Early Career Researchers that intersect with topics that will be inevitably discuss..
Join the Manchester Digital Strategy Research Network and Digital Futures for a free event on January 17th to explore the latest ways to visualise cities. This event will bring together academic and public sector professionals to discuss how we can use digital technologies to improve city planning, design, resident engagement, and management...
James Baker (U. Southampton), 'Data Environmentalism: reflections on 'Digital Humanities in the Anthropocene' at ten.' In her Digital Humanities 2014 keynote Bethany Nowviskie asked "What is the place of digital humanities practice in the new social and geological era of the Anthropocene?". Reflecting on the tenth anniversary of Nowviskie's..
Why the Albatross Lectures? Check back soon to find out why we chose the Albatross to champion this lecture. The Albatross Lecture 2024 Join us on 30th January 2024 to hear a keynote presentation from Professor Mark Miodownik, University College London. For more than twenty years Prof. Miodownik has championed materials science research that..
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