Nathan Bullock is a researcher of space, place, and identity with a focus on the topic of citizenship in urban geographies. He spent a year in Singapore on a Fulbright Fellowship and is now continuing his research in the MSc Human Geography and Urban Studies program at the LSE.

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    Book Review: Squatters into Citizens: The 1961 Bukit Ho Swee Fire and the Making of Modern Singapore by Loh Kah Seng

Book Review: Squatters into Citizens: The 1961 Bukit Ho Swee Fire and the Making of Modern Singapore by Loh Kah Seng

Fifty years have passed since the great fire at Bukit Ho Swee in Singapore left 16,000 people homeless, gave rise […]

Book Review: Black Citymakers: How ‘The Philadelphia Negro’ Changed Urban America by Marcus Anthony Hunter

W.E.B. DuBois immortalized Philadelphia’s Black Seventh Ward neighbourhood, one of America’s oldest urban black communities, in his 1899 sociological study The Philadelphia […]

Book Review: Battle for Ground Zero: Inside the Political Struggle to Rebuild the World Trade Center by Elizabeth Greenspan

After 9/11 came the question of what to do with Ground Zero. This book aims to go behind the scenes of […]

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