The first South Asian Conference on the Urban ExperienceDelhi, 9-11 January 2003
Crossing Disciplines: history, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, urban design, architecture, film and media studies
Practitioners: architects, urban designers, filmmakers, urban social movements.
Six Plenary sessions. Eighteen panels over three days.
Programme & Audio Archive
Day01 | Day02 | Day03
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Introduction l Day01 | Day02 | Day03
Films & Installations
With six plenary sessions, eighteen parallel sessions, the conference was an intense and intellectually charged event. The participants ranged from well known social scientists, activists and practitioners, as well as an emerging generation of researchers on urban issues. Also attending was a large section of the local community of scholars, students and practitioners, as well as those residing outside of Delhi and India who had pre-registered specially for the conference. There were an average of 300 people every day at the conference venue.
The Conference was supported by IDPAD as part of the Megacities series.
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