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Impressions from ‘Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design’ at the CCCB

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Workshop in Barcelona – first reflections

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We want to thank everybody that participated in the third and last AHRC Sensory Cities workshop in Barcelona. The event brought together over 30 academics, urban professionals and museum curators across Europe to discuss the links between power and sensory experiences in the urban planning of cities, in the ways urban identity is represented in […]

Report from AHRC Sensory Cities Cologne Workshop

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AHRC Sensory Cities Network COLOGNE WORKSHOP REPORT 26th and 27th of February 2016 Kölner Stadtmuseum and NS Dokumentationszentrum By Monica Degen, Astrid Swenson & Manuela Barz In this document we summarize the key points that emerged from the presentations and discussion of the 2nd international AHRC Sensory Cities Workshop in Cologne. The aim of the […]

Forthcoming AHRC Sensory Cities workshop in Barcelona 16-17th of June

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We’re excited to announce our forthcoming AHRC Sensory Cities Workshop to be held at the Centro of Cultura Contemopranea de Barcelona on the 16-17th of June 2016. The broad theme of the workshop will be ‘Power and the Senses’ and our focus of attention the neighbourhood of el Raval, see below the provisional programme. Attendance […]

Cologne workshop – Introduction (video)

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Monica Degen & Astrid Swenson (Brunel University London): The Sensory Cities Network: aims, findings, questions

Hanna Katherina Goebel (Universität Hamburg, Institut für Bewegungswissenschaft): ‘Users without bodies. Material paradoxes of ‘socially’ engaged architecture’

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Eva Herr (Stadt Köln – Dezernat Stadtentwicklung, Planen, Bauen und Verkehr): ‘Current Challenges for City Planning in Cologne’

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Astrid Swenson (Brunel University): ‘In the Shadow of the Cathedral: writing sensory histories’ (video)

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Report from AHRC Sensory Cities London Workshop

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AHRC Sensory Cities Network LONDON WORKSHOP REPORT 23rd and 24th of OCTOBER 2016 Museum of London By Monica Degen, Astrid Swenson & Manuela Barz In this document we summarize the key points that emerged from the presentations and discussion of the 1st international AHRC Sensory Cities Workshop in London. The workshop focused on urban planning […]

AHRC Sensory Cities London Workshop 23/24th October 2015

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On the 23/24th of October the first international AHRC Sensory Cities took place in London. On the first day we had range of presentations and discussion around the importance of the senses in the built environment and in urban planning. Presentations included (podcasts will be uploaded in the next few weeks on this website): Euan […]

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