Month: March 2013

Essay for Open Democracy | Development and dissent in China’s ‘urban age’

Open Democracy based in the United Kingdom is running a new series on Cities in Conflict, which according to the series editors “seeks to examine cities as conceptualised, planned or contested sites of conflict, security or resistance.” The series includes a number of themes that range from ‘the insurgent city’, ‘cities of exception’ and ‘the city yet […]

CFP: Field Research Method Lab – Addressing Field Research Constraints in China

(Please kindly note that a new LSE blog is launched based on the outcomes of the workshop: Field Research Method Lab at Field Research Method Lab: Addressing Field Research Constraints in China  Hosted by the Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science Funded by the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre  Dates: 6-7 […]


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