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Monthly archive May, 2020
NEW BOOK: Contemporary Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West: Care of the Self, by Gregory Bracken

NEW BOOK: Contemporary Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West: Care of the Self, by Gregory Bracken

Contemporary Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West: Care of the Self Gregory Bracken (ed.) Amsterdam University Press (2020) This collection of essays is the second volume in my Care of the Self series, which examines urban communities and societies in Asia and the West, shedding some much-needed light on issues that have emerged...
Mt French Connection, a text by Andreas Faludi

Mt French Connection, a text by Andreas Faludi

‘The French Connection I & II’ featured one Gene Hackman chasing drugs traffickers. A former US Marine, he narrated another film about the training of his corps. (I have a, perhaps morbid interest in the the military craft!) So he seemed to know how to take out their boss when a moving target on a...
(Online) SPS Seminar with Gregory Bracken, Paul Rabé & Lei Qu: Future of Asian Cities - 18 June 12:30 CET

(Online) SPS Seminar with Gregory Bracken, Paul Rabé & Lei Qu: Future of Asian Cities – 18 June 12:30 CET

  Speakers: Gregory Bracken, Paul Rabe and Lei QuTopic: Future Challenges of Cities in Asia   The seminar will focus on the new book edited by the speakers: https://www.aup.nl/en/book/9789463728812/future-challenges-of-cities-in-asia   Future Challenges of Cities in Asia, edited by G. Bracken, P. Rabé, R. Parthasarathy, N. Sami, B. Zhang   The ten essays in Future Challenges...
(Online) SPS Seminar with Kasia Piskorek - Public Engagement as a trust-building device - 16 June, 12:30 CET

(Online) SPS Seminar with Kasia Piskorek – Public Engagement as a trust-building device – 16 June, 12:30 CET

More details to follow… HOW TO TAKE PART? We welcome all participants interested in the topic. Link and password to the Zoom meeting will be provided later to registered participants by email. You can register here: https://forms.gle/8XVcq4YVLDQ98YT56 It goes without saying that participation is free of charge. Please follow and like us:
(Online) SPS seminar with David Evers (PBL) - Sustainable Urbanisation and Land-use (ESPON SUPER), video and slides available

(Online) SPS seminar with David Evers (PBL) – Sustainable Urbanisation and Land-use (ESPON SUPER), video and slides available

SPS Seminar online via zoom 2 June 12:30-13:30 Speaker: David Evers (PBL) Slides from the lecture are available here Topic: Sustainable urbanization and land use In the past year, the ESPON SUPER project –  Sustainability of Urbanization and land use Practices in European Regions – has amassed a considerable body of knowledge on physical developments...
"Balkan Ghosts", a text by Andreas Faludi

“Balkan Ghosts”, a text by Andreas Faludi

Balkan Ghosts At loggerheads over their claims to Gotse Delchev (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotse_Delchev) will Bulgaria derail the start of negotiations over EU accession of Northern Macedonia? ( https://www.euractiv.com/section/all/short_news/bulgaria-could-block-north-macedonias-eu-path-over-common-history-interpretation/) But who is Delchev? A Bulgarian national, he had been campaigning for Macedonian independence when it was still under the Ottomans for which he was killed in 1903. The...
Talking about Urban Resilience: What changes for cities? A call for reframing resilience in planning

Talking about Urban Resilience: What changes for cities? A call for reframing resilience in planning

This WEBINAR organised by Politecnico di Torino discussed the concept of resilience in relation to planning and to the system shocks of the COVID-19 pandemics, climate change and more.  Roberto Rocco gave a lecture about the connections between urban resilience, social sustainability and justice. You can see Roberto’s presentation HERE 17:00 Introduction by Ombretta Caldarice...
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