Tag Archives: the post/colonial city

Programme for “Planning Modernity: Colonial Continuities, Postcolonial Disjunctions”, JNU, New Delhi, 24-25 October 2014, now available!

  The Leverhulme-funded Planned Violence Network are delighted to release the programme for the second workshop, to be held in Delhi at the end of the month. View the programme here or download it as a…

Empire and Post-Empire in the Global City, King’s College London: A Reflective Summary

King’s College London, 30th/31st January 2014 Workshop Summary Under the heading “Empire and Post-Empire in the Global City”, the first Planned Violence workshop, hosted at King’s College London on 30th and 31st January 2014, addressed…

Tonica Hunter – From top-down to bottom-up: Changes in “literary” responses to the London 2011 Riots

Tonica Hunter recently graduated from the University of Oxford with an MSc in Migration Studies in the Oxford Department for International Development Studies (ODID). Her research aims to understand the plights and portrayals of ethnic…