Activities per year
The social and political determination of health in contemporary Glasgow: Findings from the Scottish Office archive
Chik Collins (Speaker)9 Jan 2018
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talkFile
Today’s Glasgow: The Legacy of Elite Planning and Community Disempowerment, Presentation to Conference: “Top down meets bottom up in post-industrial regeneration: Good practice and challenges in participatory approaches to community engagement in city planning”, International Conference organized by the University of the West of Scotland, School of Media, Culture and Society, in association with RSE-funded Interdisciplinary and Cross-Institutional Research Network Regeneration and Waterfront Heritage Zones in Northern Europe, Riverside Museum, Glasgow, 20th January, 2017.
Chik Collins (Invited speaker)20 Jan 2017
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Glasgow’s excess mortality: towards an understanding of a planning paradox? Special Half-Day Seminar, Department of Urban Studies, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow, 30th September, 2016
Chik Collins (Speaker), Ian Levitt (Speaker), David Walsh (Speaker) & Nick Bailey (Organiser)30 Sep 2016
Activity: Other › Types of External academic engagement - Invited talk
“The Political Economy of ‘Excess Mortality’ in Contemporary Glasgow and Scotland”, Invited paper at Oxford Brookes University, Department of Social Sciences, Global Politics, Economy and Society Seminar Series, 7th November 2016.
Chik Collins (Invited speaker)7 Nov 2016
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk