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Monthly archive April, 2021
Conference Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance, University of Stavanger, Norway, September 2021

Conference Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance, University of Stavanger, Norway, September 2021

The smart city research network of the University of Stavanger Norway is organising a scientific symposium, which will be held in Stavanger on September 22, 2021. Among the proposed panels, one focuses on Measuring the Built Environment’s form and performance. We think your research is relevant within this field, and we will be delighted of having you...
Europe Day Revisited, a text by Andreas Faludi

Europe Day Revisited, a text by Andreas Faludi

The announcement of Europe Day 2021 reminded me of my visit to Tirana. Polis University there wanted to celebrate the then French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Robert Schuman inviting Germany and also other countries to join what would become the European Coal and Steel Community. Presently, the day he announced this intention at a press...
[Edit: Recording Available] Online SPS Seminar with Andreas Faludi - Populism and Spatial Planning

[Edit: Recording Available] Online SPS Seminar with Andreas Faludi – Populism and Spatial Planning

Online SPS Seminar with Prof. Andreas Faludi (TU Delft) Wednesday 28 April 2021, 12-30-13.30 CET, via Zoom (prior registration needed) Topic: Populism and Spatial Planning Theory       Making territories the object of spatial planning amounts to a meta-planning theory shared by planners and populists: territorialism. Prioritising their territory and their people, except as...
Spatial (In)Justice in the Post-COVID City: Call for Participants

Spatial (In)Justice in the Post-COVID City: Call for Participants

We’d like to invite you to contribute to this event in which we will discuss spatial (in) justice in light of COVID-19, with the help of Professor Susan Fainstein (GSD), on May 26 at 18:00. The idea is to have short statements from participants to be discussed during the session, highlighting lessons learned (and sadly...
Editorial to a Special Issue of Cities on Planning resilient cities and regions by Ana Maria Fernandez-Maldonado

Editorial to a Special Issue of Cities on Planning resilient cities and regions by Ana Maria Fernandez-Maldonado

The editorial has been co-authored with Malgorzata Hanzl. The purpose of this special issue is to present various strategies and practices that have been applied to achieve climate resilience in cities and regions worldwide. The collection of 14 articles offer innovative contributions to the field of urban resilience in urban areas, filling research gaps and...
Recently published book chapter about socio-spatial segregation in Lima by Ana Maria Fernandez Maldonado

Recently published book chapter about socio-spatial segregation in Lima by Ana Maria Fernandez Maldonado

The chapter is co-authored with Graciela Fernandez de Cordova and Paola Moschella. It has been published in a new book — Urban socio-economic segregation and income inequality, a global perspective — with the purpose to explain the relationship between increasing levels of inequality and segregation. The book offers a unique global overview of segregation trends...
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