• Mark Crinson (Keynote/plenary speaker)
  • Doherty, K. (Speaker)
  • Lukasz Stanek (Invited speaker)
  • Tania Segupta (Invited speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference


The ‘Conflicted, Narratives, Future Trajectories’ symposium seeks to bring together doctoral students and recent graduates to discuss various established and emerging directions in research on cities, and to reconsider the notions of nationalism, imperialism, colonialism, and modernity towards new trajectories of research in architectural and urban history. Following the research framework of the Centre for Urban Conflicts Research (UCR), based in the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge, the symposium hopes to act as a platform for elaborating future directions for architectural research as a critical field of enquiry that can both bridge the contemporary crises facing architectural history & theory and redefine the role of architecture within urban studies
Period28 Sep 2019
Event typeConference
LocationCambridge, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • Colonialism
  • Conflict Management/Resolution (Mediation, Negotiation)
  • Architectural History
  • Africa
  • Genocide