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Dr Carlos Lopez-Galviz

Lecturer in The Theory and Methods of Social Futures

Carlos Lopez-Galviz

County South

LA1 4YB

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 595077

Research overview

My work looks at futures thinking and future forming through the lens of cities, ruins and infrastructure. I have studied cities like London, Paris and Shanghai, using history as a means of thinking about what theories and which methods are relevant to understanding their future today and in the past. I am interested in research that is comparative and collaborations that combine disciplinary rigour with cross-disciplinary openness. 

PhD supervision

I welcome proposals in any topic that speak to the broad areas of history, urban studies, and arts and heritage. I encourage proposals that are comparative, engage in a dialogue across disciplines, and have an international dimension. In particular, I'd be keen on discussing projects that explore the relationship between history and the future. Current projects I supervise include: Georgia Newmarch, Holding the Country to Ransom'. Infrastructure Disruptors, the 1974 State of Emergency and its Legacy

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