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Prof Laura Vaughan
Professor of Urban Form and Society, Lab , teaching on ; Fellow of & .
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CDRC Feb 7
We have an amazing 28 projects open to UK university masters students this year in our Masters Dissertation Scheme. So if you want to work with data on a real world problem supported by a top UK business this summer take a look at
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Replying to @HistoryTown @teabolton
... they’re inspired to great design
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Replying to @HistoryTown @teabolton
Well our students had a wonderful walk round with Dr Tom Bolton last week, so I’m sure they’re
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Somers Town History Space 6h
Also available in Somers town at the lovely Nata Cafe in Ossulston st!
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Somers Town History Space 6h
Hoping this inspires students to this hub of social housing ...
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Prof Laura Vaughan 8h
Absolutely! Let me know when you’re next in. Excuse for a proper catch up too.
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I’m delighted to have received a copy of 100 Years of Social Housing in Somers Town - a great addition to the library
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 17
Replying to @AmandaPCraig
Thanks again Amanda: loved it – just the thing for a winter’s weekend – Janice Hadlow’s made the most unsympathetic characters in Pride and Prejudice entirely appealing, and understandable.
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Nolan Gray Feb 17
This animation of historical US population density is fascinating. I didn't realize that Lexington was basically the first major city west of the Appalachians!
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Wellcome Library Jan 28
Intrigued by the links between science, medicine, life and art? Interested in mental health across different contexts? Then Ideas Hub could be for you. Find out more - and get your applications in by 20th February:
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Kayvan Karimi Feb 16
The Bartlett Graduate Open Day|The Bartlett - UCL - London's Global University As the programme Director of MSc/MRes in Space Syntax: Architecture & Cities programmes , I'll be there to answer any questions.
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Rob Cowan Feb 16
The best alleys in London, the narrower the better. Emerald Court; Brydges Place; ... other suggestions, please.
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 16
Nice. I couldn’t resist checking to see if Love Lane appears on the 1676 Ogilby and Morgan City of London map too. The A-Z of Restoration London is particular helpful in this instance
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 16
Listening to podcast with Sarah Wise on London during the time of Charles Booth's first 1889 poverty mapping survey (More about the the blackest streets of the 'Old Nichol' here: )
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UoYPress Jan 30
Dr Fay Bound Alberti takes us on a historical journey through
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 15
On till end February at W.E.B. Du Bois: Charting Black Lives
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 14
Interesting new paper in by David Do Paço , describing dynamics of urban integration for religious minority (Turks, Jewish, Armenian and Greek) Ottoman merchants in Vienna's port area in the eighteenth century
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Amanda Craig Feb 10
Also just re-read this about how crucial public libraries were to Eva Ibbotson - a sotry worthy of her own novels
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Bartlett Planning Feb 6
This month's Bartlett Planning Podcast is now live! In this month's episode Prof Yvonne Rydin and Dr Sonia Arbaci discuss the key themes of Sonia's book 'Paradoxes of Segregation'
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Prof Laura Vaughan Feb 13
I like a good citation of ‘From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler’
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