Bill Luckin, a research professor of urban history at the University of Bolton, will present “The Survival of London: A Unique World City” at 2 p.m., Monday, May 1, in Garinger Building, Room 239.
Luckin is the author or editor of numerous books and articles on urban-environmental history of towns and cities between the 18th and early 21st centuries. His most recent work is “Death and Survival: Environment, Pollution and Disease in Urban Britain 1800-1950.”
The Department of History with support from the College of Arts + Architecture, Ph.D. in Public Policy program and the Urban Studies minor is sponsoring this talk, which is open to the campus community. Space is limited.