Lo Marshall presents Rebel Dykes, a 2021 film telling the story of post-punk SM dyke subculture in 1980s London.
Surge, a piece of poetry by Bernard, Chatto and Windus is presented by Jane Wong which captures the stories of the New Cross Fire of 1981.
Power Systems: Conversations with David Barsamian on Global Democratic Uprisings and the New Challenges to U.S. Empire
Associate Professor Felicity Atekpe presents ‘Power Systems: Conversations with David Barsamian on Global Democratic Uprisings and the New Challenges to U.S. Empire’ by Noam Chomsky who is exploring the most immediate and urgent concerns facing humanity
A Global History of Architecture
Associate Professor Felicity Atekpe presents ‘A Global History of Architecture’ a book which changed the way architectural history is viewed, studied and taught.
Women in Place: The politics of Gender Segregation in Iran
Dr Azadeh Mashayekhi presents the book ‘Women in Place_The politics of Gender Segregation in Iran’ by Nazanin Sharhrokni which highlights the built environment role in reinforcing political views.
For the War Yet to Come: Planning Beirut’s Frontier
Dr Azadeh Mashayekhi presents ‘For the War Yet to Come: Planning Beirut’s Frontier’ a book by Hiba Bou Akar looking at urban planning in areas of conflict.
Urban Africa Risk Knowledge (Urban ARK): Disrupting risk accumulation through enhanced local capacities across the Global South.
How can cities in the global south alleviate the effects of urban risks? Professor Adriana Allen, Professor Cassidy Johnson, Dr. Emmauel Osuteye and Dr Rita Lambert investigate what can be done.
LGBTQ+ nightlife in London
Initiated in 2016 by Dr Ben Campkin and Lo Marshall, in collaboration with community groups the Raze Collective and the Queer Spaces Network, this research project focuses on nightlife spaces important to London's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) communities since 1986.
Cabildo de Pacha (Council of Earth)
Alex Kolar investigates the reintegration of Spanish Colonial architecture in the context of an indigenous society called the Muisca.
“Horace Ové, The Black Safari, (Comedy) 1972”
Isaac Nanabeyin Simpson presents a 1972 spoof documentary for BBC2’s World about Series called ‘Black Safari’.
“Confucius’ Courtyard: Architecture, Philosophy and the Good Life in China”
Guang yu Ren presents Xing Ruan’s 2021 book ‘Confucius Courtyard –Architecture, Philosophy and the Good Life in China’.
Mr Dennis Scrivens this one is for you
Mahika Gautam’s project began as an exploration of the performative nature of the food-giving ritual in Indian culture.