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Monthly archive January, 2019
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...
Andreas Faludi's article on the 2018 Yearbook of CESCI

Andreas Faludi’s article on the 2018 Yearbook of CESCI

The 2018 Yearbook of CESCI (for Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives in Budapest; edited by James W. Scott, ISSN 2064-6704) opens with an article of mine based on a paper given at a conference of the International Association of Borderlands held at the Central European University of Soros fame in July last. The article...
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:
SPS Seminar: Azadeh Arjomand Kermani - Planning reform, heritage management and sense of place, 7 February

SPS Seminar: Azadeh Arjomand Kermani – Planning reform, heritage management and sense of place, 7 February

SPS seminar, 7 February 2019 12:30 – 13:30 01 West 290 Azadeh Arjomand Kermani (TU Delft) Planning reform, heritage management and sense of placeFindings from PICH project In most countries the historic built environment is conserved and managed to a greater or lesser degree by governance regimes. The form and quality of governance has a...
SPS Seminar: Faith Chan - Discovering flood risk management strategies in Chinese coastal cities, 24 January

SPS Seminar: Faith Chan – Discovering flood risk management strategies in Chinese coastal cities, 24 January

Speaker: Faith Chan (University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China)Date: 24 Jan 2019 Time: 1230-1330 Room: 01 West 060 Title: Discovering flood risk management strategies in Chinese coastal cities – the cases of Ningbo, Hong Kong and other cities Coastal cities in East Asia have emerged rapidly over recent decades, transformed from a primarily agricultural to a...
SPS Seminar with Nico Larco: Sustainable Urban Design Framework, Tuesday 8 January, 12:30

SPS Seminar with Nico Larco: Sustainable Urban Design Framework, Tuesday 8 January, 12:30

Venue: 01.West.290 Time: 12:30 – 13:30 Topic: Sustainable Urban Design Framework. Speaker: Nico Larco (University of Oregon) Nico Larco is an expert in sustainable urban design and suburban development, with a focus on how city design affects transportation choices. His works includes looking at how to create well-connected and vibrant multifamily housing complexes and strip...
The Routledge Handbook on Informal Urbanization

The Routledge Handbook on Informal Urbanization

PUBLISHED!  The Routledge Handbook on Informal Urbanisation edited by Roberto Rocco and Jan van Ballegooijen is out.  This handbook explores 25 cases in 24 cities around the world where informal urbanisation has played a pivotal role in how people have struggled for their right to the city and for their ‘right to rights’ as citizens. It...
Fifth edition of Gregory Bracken's architectural guide 'Singapore: A Walking Tour' reprinted.

Fifth edition of Gregory Bracken’s architectural guide ‘Singapore: A Walking Tour’ reprinted.

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