Urban ARC 2023 and Ninth Annual PhD Workshop at IIHS

19 Oct 2022, 11:05 a.m.

Announcing the Ninth Annual PhD Workshop at IIHS

IIHS PhD Workshop 2023 advert

The Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) will host the ninth edition of the Annual PhD Workshop in a hybrid format (virtually and in-person) from 9 to 11 January 2023.

The PhD Workshop is a unique educational intervention on interdisciplinary urban research designed to provide a dedicated space for PhD candidates to expand on their work. The Workshop aims to shape the trajectory of a doctoral career and enable participants to engage with the imperatives of the changing form of disciplines, and meet the substantive academic demands of the doctoral process. This iteration of the PhD Workshop is open to participants from across a wide range of disciplines, with a common thread being an interest in urban research and practice.

For further details and to apply, please visit the IIHS website here.

Interested candidates should send in their submissions by 7 November 2022.

For queries on the Workshop please contact: [email protected]


Announcing Urban ARC 2023: Cities in Flux

Urban ARC conference 2023 advert

The seventh edition of Urban ARC, the Annual Research Conference of the Indian Institute for Human Settlements, will be conducted between 12-14 January 2023, virtually and in person at the IIHS Bengaluru City Campus. The theme for this edition is ‘Cities in Flux’.

In keeping up with the need to understand the evolution of cities and the resultant flux, Urban ARC 2023, presents an opportunity for knowledge exchange keeping in mind the need for interdisciplinarity, locally recognised and globally relevant knowledge(s), innovative methods and methods, grounded in the principles of epistemic justice.

Panel as well as paper submissions are welcomed covering several sectors (e.g. environment and sustainability, planning and policy, among others), disciplines (e.g. social sciences, climate sciences, humanities, architecture, planning) and methods (quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods), using the lens of research, academia, policy and practice. Work is invited that looks at both contemporary and historical ways of studying the urban.

The deadline for abstract submission is 7 November 2022.

Further details on the call and application process are available here. 

For more information please contact: [email protected].



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