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Seminaries

RECOURSE (Research and Education Centre for Urban Socio-Economic Development) seminaries are the own project of the Department, being continuation of the Centre of Excellence. Seminaries take place on occasional Wednesdays between 1 and 3 PM in the room B-214 at the Institute of Geography and are open for everybody. You can find more information about seminaries (in Polish) on our facebook profile, since 2017 we have been sharing recordings of lectures on vimeo.

22/02/2017
dr Anna Sosnowska-Jordanovska, University of Warsaw, American Studies Centre
Crisis, urban regeneration, gentrification. Human geography of NY, 1980-2015

22/03/2017
dr Maciej Kowalewski, University of Szczecin, Institute of Sociology
Complaining about city. From dissatisfaction to urban activism

17/05/2017
prof. James W. Scott, University of Gdansk, Department of Economic Geography
East-West Divisions as an Imaginary of European Crisis

31/05/2017
dr Dorota Celińska-Janowicz, University of Warsaw, Centre for European Regional and Local Studies
Local adaptability potential and the methodology of its measurement

28/06/2017
prof. Katarzyna Kajdanek, dr Jacek Pluta, University of Wroclaw, Institute of Sociology
(Un)finished process and the need of activity as culture narration. Social context of participation in megaevents of European Capital of Culture 2016 in Wroclaw space

In the academic year 2016/2017 dr Maja Grabkowska coordinates RECOURSE seminaries.

The working languages are Polish and English (in case of foreign lecturers).

The list of our more than 120 lecturers (since 2004!) with speech titles is available here.