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Monthly archive June, 2022
New paper: Community Placemaking in Taiwanese Social Housing Management

New paper: Community Placemaking in Taiwanese Social Housing Management

This new article, by Hsinko Cinco Yu , Tsai-Hung Lin & Marcin Dąbrowski,  investigates the potential of placemaking for stimulating active engagement of tenants in management of social housing and its shared spaces in Taipei. Being part of a forthcoming special issue of Planning Practice and Research on policy transfer in planning and urban policies,...
New article by Gregory Bracken

New article by Gregory Bracken

The new issue of the IIAS Newsletter (#92) has an article outlining my experiences as an editor: https://www.iias.asia/the-newsletter/article/editors-desk Please follow and like us:
Article by Yaqi Wang, Rodrigo Cardoso and Claudiu Forgaci on Urban Pandemic Vulnerability

Article by Yaqi Wang, Rodrigo Cardoso and Claudiu Forgaci on Urban Pandemic Vulnerability

Former Urbanism master student Yaqi Wang, together with her mentors Rodrigo Cardoso and Claudiu Forgaci, has turned her graduation thesis into a research paper, now published in a special issue of Sustainability. In this research, Yaqi, Rodrigo and Claudiu propose a new definition of ‘urban pandemic vulnerability’ to understand how pandemics affect cities and how...
New article by Rodrigo Cardoso on secondary city demography in UK city-regions

New article by Rodrigo Cardoso on secondary city demography in UK city-regions

Is it possible to trace meaningful distinctions between small and medium-sized cities based only on their population profile? What is the relevance of population composition compared to population size and growth, and how do these cities differ among each other and from core cities in a context of demographic redistribution and socioeconomic imbalances in UK...
SPS Seminar - Peri-urban China: Spatial Governance and Traditional Culture

SPS Seminar – Peri-urban China: Spatial Governance and Traditional Culture

Thursday 30 June 2022, 12.30-13.45 (on campus and online) Please register HERE. In this seminar, Yaqi Yan (Tsinghua University) and Diwen Tan (TU Delft) present the spatial transformation of peri-urban areas in China in different regions and from perspectives. One case from northern China focuses on local governance; the other from southern China focuses on...
Gregory Bracken's article on Asian cities

Gregory Bracken’s article on Asian cities

A review article by Gregory Bracken was published in the Journal of Urban History (in February): ‘Asian Cities: Armature, Enclave, Heterotopia’: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/00961442211026277 Please follow and like us:
Online exhibition R&D studio Spatial Strategies for the Global Metropolis

Online exhibition R&D studio Spatial Strategies for the Global Metropolis

Online exhibition R&D studio Spatial Strategies for the Global Metropolis (AR2U086 & AR2U088), part of MSc Urbanism, Delft University of Technology, organised by Verena Balz and Qu Lei.   We proudly present results of the Research & Design studio Spatial Strategies for the Global Metropolis, part of the MSc Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences/Track Urbanism...
New article by Gregory Bracken on Modernism and Creativity in the Built Environment

New article by Gregory Bracken on Modernism and Creativity in the Built Environment

Asian Independence: Notes on Modernism and Creativity in the Built Environment’ is in the Journal of Urban History https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/00961442221084718 Please follow and like us:
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