MoHoA: A Global Collective on Modern Heritage of Africa, Modern Heritage of Anthropocene
Guang yu Ren introduces MoHoA as a global collaborative focusing on modern heritage in all its forms, presenting the paradox of being of modernity and yet threatened by its consequences.
Citizens’ Assembly Lebanon
Ala’a Shehabi looks at an innovative method to integrate and democratise research whilst transforming the role of a university into a key facilitator for social and material change.
Helping secure Asmara’s UNESCO World Heritage status
Decades of research and consultancy by Professor Edward Denison and Guang Yu Ren helped in achieving UNESCO World Heritage Site status for Asmara, the capital of Eritrea.
The Seres Museum
Mufeng Shi introduces the Seres Museum which is located in an alternative reality of Athens. In this museum the historical influence of Athena has been replaced by an Eastern goddess of silk.
Urban Housing Affordability Problem in Africa: A Search for Pragmatic Solution?
Dr Kwame Addae-Dapaah's paper takes a holistic view of the housing affordability problem to discuss the multifaceted nature of the problem vis-à-vis the political, social, institutional, economic and financial milieu of Africa.