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Monthly archive December, 2018
Our publications in 2018.

Our publications in 2018.

When it comes to publishing, 2018 has been a very fruitful year for the Spatial Planning and Strategy section of the Urbanism department. We are very happy to present here a selection of our publications in journals and books from the past year. General audience publications: Bracken, G. & Bracken, A. (2018) Cork Strolls: Exploring...
Our publications in 2018.

Our publications in 2018.

When it comes to publishing, 2018 has been a very fruitful year for the Spatial Planning and Strategy section of the Urbanism department. In case you don’t know what to read on the long winter nights of the upcoming holiday, we are very happy to present here a selection of our publications in journals and...
Andrea Faludi's "The Poverty of Territorialism" is out!

Andrea Faludi’s “The Poverty of Territorialism” is out!

Readers of this blog may remember my reports of progress throughout the year in writing ‘The Poverty of Territorialism’. I am glad to be able to say, whilst in Vienna lecturing, I received my one and so far only copy of the book so far. The picture shows me holding it in my hands in...
SPS seminar with Keisuke Sugano: Discovering the authenticity of historical city through a collaborative design project

SPS seminar with Keisuke Sugano: Discovering the authenticity of historical city through a collaborative design project

SPS seminar with Keisuke Sugano (Waseda University / TU Delft) 18 December 2018 Think Room Discovering the authenticity of historical city through a collaborative design project The city center of Tsuruoka-city in Yamagata-Prefecture, located in the Tohoku region of Japan, is an urban area built on the foundation of pre-modern castle town. Since the late...

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