Assembly for Comparative Urbanisation and the Material Environment: digital methodologies for social research on processes of urban landscape development
- Venue: Hayley’s Hotel, Headingley, Leeds
- Organiser: Benjamin N. Vis
- Host: Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP, School of Geography, University of Leeds)
- Description: The first workshop of its kind brought together several key scholars in the field of comparative urbanism and proponents of significant methodologies, developers of (geospatial) tools and various examples of a variety of urban projects on various periods and cultures. A full programme of the event as it was held can be found here.
Organisation of this workshop was finances by ESRC’s Digital Social Research communities scheme, the Centre for Spatial Analysis and Policy (CSAP, School of Geography, University of Leeds), and the Talisman node of the NCRM for Geospatial Data Analysis and Simulation. For further information on this workshop see the archive of impact section of this website. Some slides from presentations are shared in the archive repository of this website.