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Urban Controversies: How controversies shape our cities


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Editor's note: Unfortunately the last few minutes of the lecture are missing from this recording.

Speaker(s): Dr Gareth Jones, Juan Sebastian Lama, Gloria Morrison, Dr Austin Zeiderman

Recorded on 6 March 2013 in 1.07, New Academic Building.

This panel event is a student-led initiative, full title 'Urban Controversies: how controversies shape our cities,' with speakers Dr Gareth Jones (Reader, LSE Urban Geography), Juan Sebastian Lama (architect, PUC Chile and MSc City Design student), Gloria Morrison (Campaigning Coordinator, JENGbA) and Dr Austin Zeiderman (LSE Cities Research Fellow), talking about natural and man-made disasters and their aftermath in Columbia, Chile and London.

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