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Making sense visually and collaboratively: Longing and belonging in Lucknow - 24 October 2019

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Over two summers, Dr Raphael Susewind worked with undergraduate research assistants in London and journalists in Lucknow, India, to understand how young men navigate the city, what they long for and with whom they belong. They experimented with various interactive and visual methods to make sense, mixing ‘objective’ data on demographic make-up, gentrification, residential segregation, intensity of religious practices and iconic institutions with the ‘subjective’ narratives of Lucknowites.

As part of the VEM+Exhibition: Art & Exclusions, he will present a first prototype of the digital platform and reflect on the collaborative process behind it to spark a wider conversation about digital methods, research process and representation.

Dr Raphael Susewind is Lecturer in Social Anthropology & Development in the Department of International Development, Social Science & Public Policy at King's.

The event is supported by the King's Social Justice Research Group. 



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