There has been a ‘spatial turn’ in many disciplines, with spatial analytical techniques and spatial theories becoming central to many research programmes and initiatives. The Kent Interdisciplinary Centre for Spatial Studies (KISS) is envisaged to be a UK research-leader in Interdisciplinary Spatial Studies in the Social Sciences and Humanities. KISS builds on strong in-house expertise that spans across the Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences and across campuses.
This year’s KISS Annual Lecture 2016 will be given by Professor Alan Penn, Dean at Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL. His talk, entitled ‘Architectural space and social action: how does the built environment relate to human society?’ will be held in Marlowe Lecture Theatre 2 at 17.00 on Wednesday 16th November 2016.