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Monthly archive May, 2019
2017 TU Delft UTC Urban Thinkers Campus discussed at UN-Habitat General Assembly in Nairobi.

2017 TU Delft UTC Urban Thinkers Campus discussed at UN-Habitat General Assembly in Nairobi.

Between 7 and 9 June 2017, the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of the TU Delft organised an UN-Habitat sponsored Urban Thinkers’ Campus (UTC ) on Higher Education for the New Urban Agenda. The title of our UTC was “EDUCATION FOR THE CITY WE NEED: HOW DO WE TEACH THE NEW URBAN AGENDA?”. The main...
Ceren Sezer is co-chair of AESOP 2019 Congress - Track15: Tourism, public space and urban culture

Ceren Sezer is co-chair of AESOP 2019 Congress – Track15: Tourism, public space and urban culture

AESOP 2019 Congress – Planning for Transition (9-11 July) Venice Track 15_Tourism, Public Spaces and Urban Cultures Co-chairs Ceren Sezer (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands) Gabriella Esposito De Vita (National Research Council and University Federico II, Italy) Stefania Ragozino (National Research Council, Italy) Over the last decade, public spaces have received an attention more than...
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:
Europe Day in Tirana, Albania: Postscript by Andreas Faludi

Europe Day in Tirana, Albania: Postscript by Andreas Faludi

Europe Day in Tirana, Albania: Postscript   There is Western Balkans accession wariness with close to a quarter of the population no longer believing to see it happen (Timsit 2019). They might just as well welcome yet more Chinese, Russian, Turkish and Saudi investment, even with strings attached. Outside international hotels, it seems you can...
It Could happen TU 2: James Holston on Insurgent Citizenship, Democracy and the City, 13 JUNE 2019, BK

It Could happen TU 2: James Holston on Insurgent Citizenship, Democracy and the City, 13 JUNE 2019, BK

With Professor James Holston, University of California Berkeley, JUNE 13, 2019, 12:30-13:45 Berlagezaal 1, BK Organization: Chair of Spatial Planning and Strategy& DDfV Delft Design for Values http://designforvalues.tudelft.nl Abstract: In the first event promoted by SPS and DDfV (Delft Design for Values), we discussed the rise of far-right politics, Patricia Schor from Amsterdam University College talked about...
Andreas Faludi's talk at Polis University and Co-Plan, celebrating Europe Day.

Andreas Faludi’s talk at Polis University and Co-Plan, celebrating Europe Day.

Polis University and Co-PLAN Institute are an international university annex consultancy at Tirana in Albania. Having heard me speak about ?The Poverty of Territorialism? in Vienna, Rudina Toto invited me to speak there on Europe Day (see the graphics). Yes: on 9 May we commemorate the Schuman Declaration of 1950 vintage leading to the European...
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...
SPS Seminar: Gregory Bracken & Deirdre Sneep - Citizenship in Asia and the West in a Comparative Perspective

SPS Seminar: Gregory Bracken & Deirdre Sneep – Citizenship in Asia and the West in a Comparative Perspective

At the upcoming SPS seminar Gregory Bracken and Deirdre Sneep will present their work on citizenship and on travel of urban design ideas between East and West. The presentations will be based on chapters from a recently published book edited by Gregory Bracken, entitled “Ancient and Modern Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West....
Book Launch: Ancient and Modern Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West, edited by Gregory Bracken

Book Launch: Ancient and Modern Practices of Citizenship in Asia and the West, edited by Gregory Bracken

Lecture by Gregory Bracken and Renske Maria van Dam (Chapter 11) 12.30-14.00, Thursday, 9 May IIAS, Rapenburg 59, Leiden Lunch provided by IIAS (registration required), contact: x.lin@iias.nl Please follow and like us:

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