Buildings, Towns, Cities and People: a forum for interdisciplinary connections in postgraduate research
Friday, 14 June 2013
9 – 5.30pm
Committee Rooms 1 & 2
All PhD students are welcome. Admission is free.
Registration for presenters and delegates has been extended to the end of May 2013.
Professor Emeritus Brenda Boardman, University of Oxford
Dr Karen Parkhill, Cardiff University
This interdisciplinary event brings together postgraduate researchers with an interest in topics related to buildings, towns, cities and their inhabitants. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the interconnections between the built environment and society, ecology and economy.
This free-of-charge one-day event combines presentations of papers and posters by postgraduate research students with discussions and dynamic group activities to enable exchange of information and development of new networks among researchers. Attendees will meet a wide variety of fellow researchers and share their views on the built environment, its future and the research that will inform it.
Celebrating the diversity of research, the event welcomes social and technical perspectives in fields from Archaeology to Zoology, and all ‘ologies’ in between.
For more information, please visit the forum website: