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MICHAELMAS TERM 2010 OXFORD PROGRAMME FOR THE FUTURE OF CITIES SEMINAR SERIES

ENGAGING WITH THE FLEXIBLE CITY James Martin Seminar Room, InSIS, Saïd Business School, 4:30–6:00pm. All welcome. For more information, please visit www.insis.ox.ac.uk/events

Research being conducted under the Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities seeks to understand how to make cities flexible enough to cope with the emerging challenges of environmental and societal change. This seminar series seeks to bring together researchers from within the Oxford community to discuss the ways in which urban flexibility may be theoretically conceptualized, empirically researched and operationalized in practice. Who?

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Rob Hope School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford

‘Sustainable urban water’

19 October 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

Tim Dixon Oxford Brookes University

‘Sustainable real estate development’

26 October 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

Sarah Harper Oxford Institute of Ageing, University of Oxford

‘Demographics and the city’

02 November 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

David Banister Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

‘Transportation and the city’

09 November 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

Michael Keith COMPAS, University of Oxford

‘Migration, cohesion and multiculturalism in the city’

16 November 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

David Howard Continuing Professional Development Centre, University of Oxford

‘Citizenship and crime in the urban Caribbean’

23 November 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

Mark Hinnells Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

‘New business models and the city’

30 November 4:30–6:00pm

James Martin seminar room

Enquiries to the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Oxford, Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP, UK Tel: +44 (0)1865 278818 | Fax: +44 (0)1865 288959 | Email: esther.vicente@sbs.ox.ac.uk | Web: www.insis.ox.ac.uk


Engaging with the flexible city