Urban Poverty: Wealth, Inequality and Experience 1600-2014 (Urban History Group Conference)

Urban Poverty: Wealth, Inequality and Experience 1600-2014
(28-28 March, 2014)
Colloque 2014 du Urban History Group Conference (UHG)
University of Warwick, UK

Plus d’informations :

The 2014 UHG programme is now finalised and available on the Urban History Group website at: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/urbanhistory/uhg/2014-uhg-programme-and-abstracts-1

This year’s conference, to be held in March at Warwick, promises much and contains keynotes by Professor Mike Savage from LSE and Dr Pedro Ramos Pinto from the University of Cambridge.

The sessions cover ‘Materiality and Inequality’, ‘Measuring Segregation’, ‘The Emotional Experiences of Urban Poverty’, ‘Poverty and Urban Institutions’ and ‘Governing Inequality’ with papers ranging from nineteenth-century Britain to twentieth-century America. We also have the New Researchers Forum and, new for this year, ten-minute presentations by first-year PhD students which are all designed to generate feedback and discussion on the latest findings in the field and directions for future research.

Until February 4th the early-bird registration fee is just £26 and £10 for registered postgraduates. Registration can be found here: https://www.eventsforce.net/ehs/frontend/reg/tOtherPage.csp?pageID=1448&eventID=3&eventID=3 and we look forward to another intellectually stimulating and sociable Urban History Group conference.

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Stéphane Frioux (2014, 24 janvier). Urban Poverty: Wealth, Inequality and Experience 1600-2014 (Urban History Group Conference). Histoire Urbaine. Consulté le 19 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u45x

Stéphane Frioux

Maître de conférences en histoire contemporaine, université Lyon 2 Chercheur au LARHRA, UMR CNRS 5190 Président du RUCHE (2017-2019 et 2019-2021)

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