Professor Roger Connah, co-organized, chaired, and presented at the Third Eye, the theme for the 2019 International Planning and Architecture Conclave (iPAC) held Feb 12 – 16, 2019 at the Sushant School of Art and Architecture, where his exhibition called Calligraphisms was also opened.
iPAC is a week-long academic carnival of exhibitions, installations, discussions, workshops and lectures. It provides a forum for engaging with policy makers and scholars who share the thinking and vision of government and other strategic agencies to share insights of effective policies, schemes and projects.
He also gave a guest lecture at the Mackintosh School of Art and Architecture in Glasgow titled Wittgenstein, Uncertainty and Architecture on January 25th, 2019.
Finally, he made an appearance addressing and then chairing a women’s conference in Delhi University (Liberal Arts Faculty) on Identity, Representation and Intersectional Feminism.
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