Invited analysts: Professor Nick Llewellyn (Royal Holloway) and Dr Dirk vom Lehn (King’s College London)
Location: 10:30am - 6:30pm, Room G10 - Drummond Street Annexe
10:30 - Attendees arrive
11:00 - Coffee & opening
11:30 - Session 1 (Tim)
13:00 - Lunch
14:00 - Session 2 (Nick)
15:30 - Coffee
16:00 - Session 3 (Dirk)
17:30 - Coffee
17:45 - Discussion/reflections on public space
18:30 - Close
--Chapter II: Methodological Orientations in the Analysis of Public Space (pp 17-31)
--Appendix II: Fear and Loathing on West 42nd Street: A Response to William Kornblum?s
Account of Times Square
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Llewellyn, N., & Burrow, R. (2008). Streetwise sales and the social order of city streets. Br J Sociol, 59(3), 561-583. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2008.00208.x
Lofland, L. H. (1989). Social Life in the Public Realm. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 17(4), 453-482.
Low, S. (1996). Spatializing Culture: The Social Production and Social Construction of Public Space in Costa Rica. American Ethnologist, 23(4), 861-879.
We have secured some funds and propose to use this to go for lunch at a nearby cafe.
Funding by the Institute of Geography & the Lived Environment