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Writing your first academic article - RSA professional development webinar with Marcin Dąbrowski and Sarbina Lai

Writing your first academic article – RSA professional development webinar with Marcin Dąbrowski and Sarbina Lai

  Marcin Dąbrowski will present some top tips about publishing academic papers for early career researchers. It will be helpful for the PhD candidates and TU Delft Urbanism master students willing to publish a paper on the basis of their thesis research. Join us!   RSA Webinar Professional Development Webinar Series – Writing Skills: Writing...
New article in IIAS Newsletter 86 (summer 2020)

New article in IIAS Newsletter 86 (summer 2020)

New article by Gregory Bracken in IIAS Newsletter 86 (summer 2020) https://www.iias.asia/the-newsletter/article/shanghai-lilong-new-concept-home-china   Please follow and like us:
BLOXHUB SUMMER SCHOOL ON URBAN RESILIENCE : 12-19 SEPT 2019 In COPENHAGEN.

BLOXHUB SUMMER SCHOOL ON URBAN RESILIENCE : 12-19 SEPT 2019 In COPENHAGEN.

BLOXHUB SUMMER SCHOOL ON URBAN RESILIENCE : 12-19 SEPT 2019 In COPENHAGEN. The summer school will bring together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, during an intensive eight days course from 12-19 September 2019 in Copenhagen. The summer school aims at providing multi-disciplinary knowledge and perspectives on the different global and local challenges in cities of the...
'The Poverty of Territorialism', a book by Andreas Faludi, in the News

‘The Poverty of Territorialism’, a book by Andreas Faludi, in the News

The first, long and thoughtful – and gratefully (very) positive – review has been published. See: Zaucha, J. (2018) Book Review: The Poverty of Territorialism. A Neo-Medieval View of Europe and European Planning. Europa XXI, vol. 35, 2018, pp. 127-131. Reading it, I was gasping. Jacek Zaucha succeeded in summing it all, including the dilemmas...
Encyclopedia Article

Encyclopedia Article

Gregory Bracken has written an entry on ‘The Forbidden City’ in the new Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies; their homepage is: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/book/10.1002/9781118568446 Please follow and like us:
Ceren Sezer is invited as a speaker by Cardiff University

Ceren Sezer is invited as a speaker by Cardiff University

Workshop of Knowledge Exchange between Research and Practice on ‘Public Space Design with Social Cohesion and Intercultural Dialogue in mind’ Date: Wednesday, 15 May 2019   10:00 – 15:20 Location: Cardiff University, John Percival Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff, CF10 3EU Organizers: Dr. Patricia Aelbrecht, Cardiff University  and Dr. Quentin Stevens, RMIT University, Australia Theme: Over the last two decades, societies...
ECTP Biennial, Plymouth, UK, 11-13 SEPT

ECTP Biennial, Plymouth, UK, 11-13 SEPT

Call for the ECTP’s biennial, Plymouth, England, 11 – 13th September 2019. https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/european-council-of-town-planners-biennial-conference-2019 The breadth of the contributions might cover planning for coastal cities, marine spatial planning, climate change, urban regeneration, peripheral regions, border areas. In addition, the edge might refer to social and economic issues, including housing and poverty. I suggest that Brexit will...

Bracken Article in Atlantis #29.2

My article called ‘Kowloon Walled City: Hong Kong’s Heteropian Territory’ has just been published in issue #29.2 of Atlantis, which deals with contested domains. Please follow and like us:
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS & PARTICIPATION : Round Table "The Political Meaning of Informal Urbanization" AESOP 2019

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS & PARTICIPATION : Round Table “The Political Meaning of Informal Urbanization” AESOP 2019

ROUND TABLE AESOP 2019, 9-13 JULY VENICE https://www.aesop2019.eu THE POLITICAL MEANING OF INFORMAL URBANISATION: LAUNCHING OF THE HANDBOOK AND DISCUSSION Organized by Roberto Rocco and Jan van Ballegooijen (TU Delft) This round table will be held during the Annual Congress of the Association of European Schools of Planning that will take place in Venice from 9...
Gregory Bracken's new article on Chinese Ports published.

Gregory Bracken’s new article on Chinese Ports published.

Greg Bracken’s article ‘Treaty Ports in China: Their Genesis, Development, and Influence’, a discussion of three recent publications on the topic has just been published in the Journal of Urban History and is available HERE . Please follow and like us:
Congratulations to Dr Nurul Azlan

Congratulations to Dr Nurul Azlan

Nurul Azlan successfully defended her PhD thesis on 30 October. ‘Sedition Spaces’ examines protest in postcolonial Kuala Lumpur. Professors Wouter Vanstiphout and Wil Zonneveld were her promoters, while Dr Gregory Bracken was co-promotor and daily supervisor. We all wish Nurul the very best of luck with her future research work. Please follow and like us:...
SPS Seminar: Birgit Hausleitner - The Spatial Form of Economic Activity (6 September at 12:45)

SPS Seminar: Birgit Hausleitner – The Spatial Form of Economic Activity (6 September at 12:45)

As part of the first SPS Seminar of this semester, our colleague Birgit Hausleitner (Urbanism, BK, TU Delft) will present the results of her research on the spatial form of economic activities as part of an SPS Seminar on 6 September at 12:45 in the Think Room (Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU...
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