Applications are rolling in for the Jamie Peck Masterclass in the School of Geosciences, The University of Sydney.
Please submit your application. Places are limited and applications close on Friday 2nd December, 2016.
Date: Friday, February 3rd 2017
All Day Masterclass (9:45am – 3:30pm including lunch and drinks)
Location: Madsen Conference Room 449, Madsen Building F09,
School of Geosciences, The University of Sydney
Join us for a one-day Sydney Masterclass with Professor Jamie Peck
Canada Research Chair in Urban & Regional Political Economy and Professor of Geography,
University of British Columbia
Conjunctural urbanism: Cities, Neoliberal Hegemony, and Financialized Restructuring
This Masterclass focuses on contemporary urban restructuring, delving into neoliberalism, financialization, variegated capitalism and conjunctural urbanism.
Successful applicants will complete 3 set readings for discussion (chair - Dr. Sophie Webber, U. of Sydney)
Who Can Apply: Geographers, economists and related disciplines, with Postgraduate Students and Early Career Researchers especially encouraged to apply
How To Apply: Places are limited and applications close on Friday 2nd December, 2016. Tell us in up to 600 words why you’re interested in joining this Masterclass, your current position/affiliation, your research interests, plus include a one-page summary of urban theory and research directions to email@example.com
Professor of Urban and Environmental Geography
Head of School of Geosciences
The University of Sydney
SYDNEY NSW AUSTRALIA 2006
phone: 61-2-9351 4242
President - Geographical Society of New South Wales (GSNSW)
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