This event has now passed.
Date: 04 September 2012
Venue: The Watershed, Bristol
Time: Full day event
Inspired by an interest in the relationships between place, creative practice, and counter-hegemonic social and political action, this event will explore ideas about and contribute to the study of cultural activism; the spatiality of contentious politics; social movements; and theories of community in the fields of human and cultural geography; urban studies; planning theory and policy.
Dr. Paul Routledge (University of Glasgow) will provide an introductory statement after which we will have three main sessions with a number of short papers followed by discussion.
Registration will open at 9:00 and the event will start at 10:00 on 4 September at the Watershed in Bristol.
Please see the programme for an overview of the seminar.
Registration is now closed.
The event is free of charge.
Contact: Michael Buser
Telephone: +44 (0) 117 32 83075
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