LONDONICITY 2011 Registered Speakers

 

Mahinur Aksehir (Turkey) Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own, and The Spaces of the City ..... 

Cigdem Alp (Turkey) on Virginia Woolf's Flush: A Biography of the City ..... 

Gian Luca Amadei (UK) on The Role of Burial Grounds in 21st Century London ..... 

Manuel Appert (France) on The Urban Geography of London's New Skyscrapers .....

Viona Au Yeung (Hong Kong) on A Chinese Artist's Perspective on London in the Thirties: Chiang Yee's The Silent Traveller in London (1938) ..... 

Mihaela Mirela Baciu (UK) on The Spatial Structures of Romanian Immigration in London ..... 

Maria Barrett (UK) on Killed in Custody: Stories of the Injustices of Policing Black Masculinity in London .....

Anna Beck (Germany) on From Guerilla Gardening to Capital Growth: Green Heterotopias in London ..... 

Jocelyn Friedrichs Benson (USA) on Promoting and Protecting Representative Democracy in London: Parity, Adequacy, and Accountability ..... 

Martina Bila (Slovakia) on Identity and the City in the Work of Virginia Woolf .....

Anna Burke and Gail Baylis (UK) on Re-Walking London Street, Derry, within the Walls of London 

Belinda Castles (Australia) on Landscape, Memorial and the Novel: A London Childhood Recollected  

Jo Chipperfield (Australia) on Ballooning and Omnipotent Vision in 19th Century Discourses of London Criminality ..... 

Chia-Yin Chuang (Taiwan) on Consuming Londonicity, and Britishness, in London and Taiwan .....

Linda Clarke (UK) on Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin's Somers Town at the Turn of the 18th Century ..... 

Mary Anne Coghill (UK) on London and the Poetics of Mixed Media ..... Nathalie Cohen (UK) on Community Archaeology on the River Thames .....

Terry Comer (UK) on Location as Character in British Crime Cinema ..... 

Phillip Drummond (UK) on London Futures:  The Urban Apocalypse in 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later..... 

Sidika Bahar Durmaz (UK) on The Film Industry and Urban Space in London's Soho ...

Arnab Dutta (India) on "Pressed in the Capital City, London": The Role of London in Bengali Book and Printing History ..... 

Ozlem Edizel (UK) oEvent-Led Urban Regeneration and the 2012 London Olympics ..... 

Federica Falchi (Italy) on A Safe and Welcoming Haven: Mazzini's London ..... 

Jill Fenton (UK) on The Study Abroad Experience of London ..... 

Susan Alice Fischer (USA) on Contemporary London Fiction by Women ..... 

Robert Furze (Ireland) on London's Cinematic Identity: David Cronenberg's Eastern Promises ..... 

Florence Gillman (USA) on Site-Specific Pedagogy and the City: London as Classroom .....

Jeffrey D. Hamilton (USA) on City of Barriers: Forms of Separation and Exclusion in 18th Century London ..... 

Jane Hamlett and Rebecca Preston (UK) on Space, Material Culture and Inmate Experience in London's Rowtron Houses, 1892-1914 ..... 

Matti O. Hannikainen (Finland) on Creating a Greener London from the 1930s to the 1990s .....  

Michael Hattaway (UK) on Thresholds: Engineering and Literature East of the City ..... 

John Hepp (USA) on London as an Urban Model since 1666 ...... 

Tanis Hinchcliffe (UK) on Victorian Fantasy, or Twentieth Century Slum? The Middle Class Culture of Gentrification in London ..... 

Kate Houlden (UK) on London in the Fifties: Questions of Race and Sexuality in the Novels of Colin MacInnes ...... 

Debbie Humphry (UK) on Contradictions and Complexities of Social Mixing and Inequality in a North London Locality ..... 

Deljana Iossifova and Isis Nunez Ferrera (UK) on London Futures: Scarcity, Sustainability and Urban Renewal .....

Katarzyna Jagodzinska (Poland) on Looking at Tate Modern from Central Europe .....  

Marzieh Khanmohammadi (UK) on Branding London as Tourist Destination ..... 

David Kroll (UK) on London's Other Architects: The Role of the Designer in Speculative Housing, 1880-1939 ..... 

Afraa Kutbi (Saudia Arabia) on London Memoirs: Gazi AlGosaibi's Bye Bye London and Anne Quindle's Imagined London ..... 

Vivi Lachs (UK) on Yiddish Songs of London: Jewish Migration and Anglicisation ..... 

Mitchell Jonathon Larson (UK) on Debates over the Establishment and Location of the London Business School, 1964-6 ..... 

Anastasia Logotheti (Greece) on Surviving London's Suburbia in the Fiction of Graham Swift .....

Eleni Loukopoulou (UK) on Henry Major Tomlinson's London River (1921) .....  

Clare Louise Mackay (UK) on Olympic Discourses and Mediations: The Sun Newspaper and the London Olympic Bid Committee ..... 

David Marsh (UK) on Moorfields: The Creation and Destruction of London's First Park ..... 

Tiphaine Martin (France) on From Dickens to Rita Hayworth: Simone de Beauvoir's London ..... 

Derek Morris (UK) oA Critical Review of London's Eastern Suburbs in the 18th Century ..... 

Alistair O'Neill (UK) on Hard Times: London Looks in the 1980s ..... 

Alastair Owens (UK) on Material Histories of Modern London ...... 

Michael Peplar (UK) on Cultural Capital: London and the Making of Modern Popular Culture ..... 

Andreas Pichler (France) on Geography and Literature in Modernist London: The Bloomsbury Group ..... 

Stephen Pruslin (UK) on Mozart and Chopin in London ..... 

Carola Ramon-Berjano (Argentina) on A Tale of Two Cities: Socio-Economic Disparities in London ...

Giselle Rampaul (Trinidad) on Samuel Selvon's West Indian London ..... 

Lydia Redman (UK) on The Establishment of the Port of London Authority and the Politics of Centralisation, 1900-1914 ..... 

Patricia Rodrigues (Portugal) on Hannah More, A Remarkable Bluestocking .....

Eric Sandweiss (USA) on Changing Views of a Changing Past: Three Openings at the Museum of London .....

Giuseppe Scotto (UK) on From Clerkenwell to the City: The Italian Presence in London ..... 

Ansi Sev (Turkey) on Identity and the City in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway..... 

Derek Shanahan and Jaideep Chatterjee (USA) on Crime and the Construction of Place in Late Victorian London ..... 

Rebecca Shields (USA) on Covent Garden and the Political Career of Francis Russell, Fourth Earl of Bedford ..... 

Efraim Sicher and Linda Weinhouse (USA) on The East End in Postcolonial and Postmodern Writing .....  

Paula Silva (Portugal) on Law and Disorder in 18th Century London: Hogarth's Four Stages of Cruelty ..... 

Geoff Spurr (Canada) on The Role of Clerical Training Academies in Transgressing the Educational and Social Boundaries of Late 19th Century London ..... 

Lyrica Evelyn Taylor (USA) on Walter Sickert and the Camden Town Group's Visual Interpretations of Modern London, 1911-1912 ..... 

Kathryn Wilkins (UK) on The London Season and the Social Spaces of the West End ..... 

Jing Xie (Australia) on Architecture, Culture and Habitation: The Transformation of London's Streets during the 18th and 19th Centuries .....