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Kurt Iveson, Crowds, clouds, and digital labour: Further adventures in the commodification of everyday urban life

by Gareth Bryant on May 8, 2017
Events

2017 Political Economy Seminar Series

Kurt Iveson (University of Sydney) ‘Crowds, clouds, and digital labour: Further adventures in the commodification of everyday urban life’

Date: Thursday 11 May 2017

Time: 4pm-5.30pm

Location: Darlington Centre Boardroom, University of Sydney

About the speaker: Kurt Iveson is Associate Professor of Urban Geography at the University of Sydney. His research focuses on the governance of cities, and he has a particular interest in the links between citizenship and the city. He is the author of Publics and the City (Blackwell, 2007), co-author of Planning and Diversity in the City: Redistribution, Redistribution and Encounter (Palgrave 2008), as well as numerous articles. He blogs at citiesandcitizenship.blogspot.com.

Gareth Bryant

Gareth Bryant is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney.

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