Co-hosted by LSE Cities' Research Officer Alexandra Gomes, this hour-long research seminar will include two rounds of presentations. Tanushree Agarwal will introduce “Kuwaitscapes”, a card game based on the LSE Cities and Kuwait University research project “Public Space in Kuwait: From user behaviour to policy-making”. Following this, Adriana Valdez Young will then introduce her work and provide examples of “Playful Cities” exploring: What role play has in planning and activating our public spaces; and how prioritising play can build healthier communities and cities, especially as the world struggles with managing and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday 7 June 2021
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Tanushree Agarwal, Researcher, LSE Middle East Centre
Adriana Valdez Young, Principal Researcher, We Like Research
Sharifa Alshalfan, Architect and Urban Researcher (Chair)
Alexandra Gomes, Research Officer, LSE Cities and LSE Middle East Centre
Asseel Al-Ragam, Associate Professor of Architecture, Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, Research and Graduate Studies and Director of the Architecture Graduate Program, Kuwait University