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Prof Laura Vaughan
Professor of Urban Form and Society, from urban design to urban history to urban health Lab ,
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 23
Replying to @CanalRiverTrust
Grey skies, but still an enjoyable autumnal day by the canal ... railway bridge brings two transport technologies together in one picture
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 23
Replying to @W1llmar @falli_p
With pleasure. Email me: l.vaughan at . You can download the character assessment here:
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 23
Hi ⁦⁩, I think you’ll like this: autumnal trees by the canal, bird sound mixed in with faint rattling of the tube in the background
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swadhinata trust Oct 23
Check out our Self guided Bengali History and Heritage walk this half term | Swadhinata Trust Organisation
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 23
Replying to @AnnaCox_
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The Wiener Holocaust Library Oct 15
We are delighted to virtually launch new 'The Ghetto: A Very Short Introduction' on 2 Nov. Exploring the various identities and uses of ghettos, Bryan shows how different instances of ghettoization interrelate across time and space.
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 22
I was just about to tweet about this excellent review. Congratulations. N.b. My review will follow shortly; it’s currently in editing stage with , (in the faint hope it possesses some comparable erudition).
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Rumsey Map Center Oct 21
Did you miss our webinar on finding & using maps online? No problem! We've created guides to help you out: Getting Started Working with Historical Maps Online
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 22
Out now in Journal of Urbanism: a paper led by colleagues Dr Falli Palaiologou () & Dr Taimaz Larimian that discusses the use of typo-morphology methods to inform the adoption of form-based design guidance in neighbourhood plans.
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 22
seminars for 2020/21 are starting today, 4pm London time with Prof. Ermal Shpuza, Kennesaw State University , discussing his research in scaling in space syntax. Please click through to register
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falli palaiologou Oct 22
Replying to @falli_p
We discuss the use of typo-morphology methods to inform the adoption of form-based design guidance in neighbourhood master plans - and more 🏡🏘
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 22
New article online in Journal of Urbanism led by colleagues Falli Palaiologou () & Taimaz Larimian in which we showcase a method for urban form based character assessment applied in drawing up a neighbourhood plan (please contact us if you can't access a copy).
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Rachel Franklin🦚 Oct 21
Check it out: TWO permanent lectureships in Human Geography at . With really truly fantastic people and place and did I mention PERMANENT POSITIONS?! 🎉🎉
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
Thanks for flagging that piece, as I wasn’t aware of it. Richard Dennis’ research is inspiring. I’ll look it up when I’m at my desk.
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Jason Finch Oct 21
Whitecross St is the lowest slum of the low in Workers in the Dawn. Plugging my article in for July, all about the St Luke's area.
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
Such detail at your fingertips! And yes, exactly: Booth found poverty and prosperity cheek by jowl, whether Spitalfields, Soho, or Bloomsbury.
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
Interesting you mention , as when Katherine Mullin analysed the setting of ‘New Grub Street’ on the Charles Booth maps, she found that the novel’s characters, ‘frequently occupy the cheaper portions of relatively comfortable dwellings.’
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
Published today in Journal of Urbanism: G. Palaiologou (), T Larimian, L Vaughan: "The use of morphological description in neighbourhood planning: form-based assessment of physical character and design rules" (contact us for free copy)
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
Hi Paul, we're working on making Master's theses available. In the meantime, PhD theses and thousands of publications by UCL staff are available via n.b. If you spot something you fancy reading and it's not, email the author
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Prof Laura Vaughan Oct 21
I believe this is the source book, via
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