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FW: Symposium Softening the Urban Fabric: Cities, Encounters, Subjectivities, Change, 12th July, University of East London

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Clare Qualmann <[log in to unmask]>

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Walking Artists Network <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 1 Jul 2013 20:10:10 +0100

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> > -----Original Message----- 
> > From: Naheed Khan 
> > Sent: Mon 6/24/2013 12:34 PM 
> > To: D31_STAFF; D31_STUDENTS 
> > Subject: FW: Symposium Softening the Urban Fabric: Cities, Encounters,
Subjectivities, Change, 12th July, University of East London
> 

> > Softening the Urban Fabric: 
> > 
> > Cities, Encounters, Subjectivities, Change 

> > Friday 12 July 2013, 10am - 6 pm, 
> > University of East London, Docklands Campus 
> > Sports Dock, Room: SD 1.12 
 
> > 
> > Final Programme 

> > 10am - 10.30: Registration and Coffee 

> > 10.30 - 11.30: Keynote 
Lila Leontidou (Hellenic Open University), The 'Soft City' of European Power
Elites: Athens, from 'cradle of civilization' to 'oriental' margin.

11.30 - 12.30 Section 1: Critical Cartographies 
Debra Benita Shaw (University of East London): Towards a Performative
Cartography of Urban Space. 
Rhiannon Firth (University of East London), Critical cartography as anarchist
method? Utopian extrapolation and pedagogy.

Coffee Break 

12.45 - 14.00 Walking in the City 

Yannis Kallianos (St Andrews University), Techniques of navigation and
walking in a city in crisis; social conflicts, public memory and social
change in Athens.

Steve Thorpe (University of East London), Walking the city with Sudanese
forced migrants in Cairo. 

Kimberly May Ross (University of Liverpool), Social boundaries in urban space
after regeneration; a case study of Liverpool UK and Liverpool One.

Lunch break 
 
15.00 - 16.30 The City: Psychoanalysis and Philosophy 
 
Steve Pile (Open University), The Distributed Unconscious: what happens in
Vegas? 
 
Thomas Mical (Harvard University), Spatial Alterity and the Schizoanalytic
Method. 

John Adlam (South London and Maudsley Foundation NHS Trust), On Agoraphilia:
a Psychosocial Account of the Defence and Negotiation of Public/Private
Spaces.

David Mathew (University of Bedfordshire), The Collected Monster. 

16. 45 - 18.00 Section 4: Art and the Urban 

Konstantinos Avramidis (University of Edinburgh), (Re)marks on an Athenian
Wall: Reading and Writing Context. 
Sasha Engelmann (University of Oxford),  Active Surfaces: The Relational
Experience of Dryden Goodwin's Breathe. 
Judith Edwards (Tavistock-Portman Trust), Seeing and being Seen: The
dialectics of intimate space in the city and Anthony Gormley's 'Event
Horizon.

Jane Clossick (London Metropolitan University), Finding Depth. 

 18.00- 19.00 Drinks 

 Screening: Michael Chronopoulos 

'Eksegersi (Uprising) or Mother's Recipe for Boiled Eggs'    
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > Exhibition: Ministry of Untold Stories - Myrto Tsilimpounidi 
> > 
> > 'Visual Dialogues on the Urban Landscape: Athens' 

 The symposium is supported by the UEL Small Research Grants and is free. 

 
> > To register email: Myrto Tsilimpounidi, [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>  or Angie Voela, [log in to unmask]
  
> > 
> > Dr Angie Voela 
> > 
> > Psychosocial Studies 
> > School of Law and Social Sciences 
> > 
> > University of East London 
> > Docklands Campus 
> > London 
> > E16 2RD 
> > 
> > Office: (44) 020 8223 7426 

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