City-Making in Uncertainty: Identity, Infrastructure and Ideology in Juba, Khartoum and Ahmedabad

4 November 2021, 17:00 - 19:00

Online event (UK time)

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Speakers

Nicki Kindersley (Cardiff University)
Ipsita Chatterjee (University of North Texas)

 

Abstract

In contexts of urban uncertainty, how do violent geographies become inscribed into urban space and how do denizens navigate these contexts? In this seminar, we bring together compelling insights about the construction of urban remakings after war through the prisms of identity, infrastructure, and ideology in the context of violent geographies.

 

 

An event organised by In War's Wake: Mobility, Belonging, and Becoming in the Aftermath of Urban Conflict Research Network

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