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2015 New Urban Languagese - Int. Conference - Final Program - June 15
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Wednesday, June 24, 2015
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TU Delft | Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment | Department of Urbanism
Berlagezalen Julianalaan 134 | DELFT
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09.00 | 10.00Registration
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10.00 | 10.30Opening - Berlage Room n.1
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Daniele Villa- Roberto Rocco
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10.30 | 11.00Welcome
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Prof. Vincent Nadin
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11.00 | 12.00Keynote: ANDREA PAVONI
Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies – ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon
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12.00 | 13.30Lunch time | Berlage Room 2 - provided
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Parallel SessionsParallel Sessions
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14.00 | 17.00SESSION I - The informal city and its discontents: critical analyses on informal urban practices and the design and planning responses given to it14.00 | 17.00SESSION II - The city of the rich (and the city of the poor): political organization of space and spatial segregation
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Chair: ROBERTO ROCCOChair: MARIALESSANDRA SECCHI
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Room Berlageroom 1Room Berlageroom 2
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14.00-14.2022:Nina Ilieva: Sustainable development of informal Romani settlement in Bulgaria /EU14.00-14.2058: Claudio Pulgar Pinaud: When Spatial Justice Makes the Neo-Liberal City Tremble Social and Seismic Movements in Chile after Disasters
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14.20-14.4004: Nelcy Echeverria: Rethinking the informal settlements in developing cities14.20-14.4003: Kay Obwona Aber: Landscape Urbanism and Spatial Justice in the Rapidly Urbanising Cities of the Global South; The Case of Johannesburg.
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14.40- 15.0035: Alessandro Frigerio: Ordering African rapid urbanization: civic robustness and in/formality gradient patterns.14.40- 15.0006: Sherrin Frances: In Carnegie's Shadow: The Biblioteca Popular as a biopolitical exception
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15.00- 15.2029:Hester Van Gent: Singapore - navigating between the rules15.00- 15.2044: Marialessandra Secchi: Restructuring the Swiss city: urban regeneration is not for everyone.
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15.20- 15.40Coffee Break
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15.40- 16.0052: Maria Luisa Giordano: Making the city sustainable at the local level: critical issues and prospects from European examples.
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16.00 -16.2026: Chiara Toscani, Arian Heidari Afshari : Twin cities as european design urban laboratory
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16.20-16.4020: Ana Carolina Lima e Ferreira: Theater of the Oppressed as a hope to fight against the exclusion in Belo Horizonte: the case of homeless paper collectors
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16.40-17.0063: Papon Kumar Dev, Mahfuzur Rahman, Abdullah All Rafee, Salahuddin Ferdaus: Spatial Segregation: Byproduct from Land Use Conflict & Political Ecology (A Case Study on Sonadanga Residential Area of Khulna, Bangladesh)
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17.30-Closing of the day | BERLAGE ROOM 1+2
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19.30 | 22.30 Dinner at the "Lijm & Cultuur"
Experiment Rotterdamseweg 272
2628 AT Delft
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Thursday, June 25, 2015
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TU Delft | Science Centre: Address: Mijnbouwstraat 120, 2628 RX Delft
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8.30- 09.00Coffe and Tea available at Science Center
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Parallel SessionsParallel Sessions
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9.00- 11.00SESSION III: The informal city and its discontents: critical analyses on informal urban practices and the design and planning responses given to it9.00- 11.00SESSION IV - The city of the rich (and the city of the poor): political organization of space and spatial segregation
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Chair: MARCIN DABROWSKIChair: GABRIELE PASQUI
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Room: Science Centre: FACULTY ROOMRoom: Science Centre: Workshop room 2
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9.00- 9.2051: Qian Jiang: Considering spatial equity in urban land-use and transport planning, case study of Guangzhou BRT, China9.00- 9.2032: Sarah Bissett Scott: Measuring justice outcomes of regeneration programme
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9.20- 9.4070: Mina Rezaei: Making a teenager Friendly Community, Collaborative Urban Planning in an Unfavorable context 9.20- 9.4037: Emil Pull: Warewolves on the Swedish housing market – On antagonism and the urban homo sacer
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9.40- 10.0072: Mohamed Mahrous: Shalatin’s (Egypt) Urban Transformation and Spatial Justice9.40- 10.0039: Anna Tertel: Water and Land City of Szczecin
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10.00- 10.2076: Luz Navarro:Urbanisms of alterity and the “Production of Desires”; a topological analysis10.00- 10.2059:Mariana Gallardo : The Communication Processes as a Civic Renewal Agent in the Public Space
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10.20- 10.4021: Giovanni Ottaviano: The public green space project, between urban re-newal and gentrification
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11.00-11.30Coffee Break
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Parallel SessionsParallel Sessions
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9.00- 11.00SESSION V: Utopian images of spatial justice: are architects and planners designers of the just city?9.00- 11.00SESSION VI: Multiplicitous Representations of the Thirdspace
Visual thinking the spatial justice between the real and the ideal city
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Chair: JAN VAN BALLEGOOIJENChair: FRANK ECKARDT
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Room: Science Centre-Workshop Room 5Room: Science Centre: VERJAARDAGLAB
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9.00- 9.2066: Hamed Zarrinkamari, Maryam Moayery Nia : A HISTORY OF UTOPIA: FROM RELIGIONS TO STYLES9.00- 9.2049: Matteo Giuseppe Romanato: The image of the city between real and ideal projections
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9.20- 9.4060: Anna Papadopoulou: Women’s Potential as Active Agents in the Configuration of Urban Form9.20- 9.4031: María José Martínez Sánchez, Mariana Sastre, Adriana Marín Urrego: THE THEATRICAL REPRESENTATION OF SPATIAL JUSTICE. Kensal Voices and the development of the community identity
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9.40- 10.0011: Mohamed Alaa Mandour: Urban-Topia9.40- 10.0048: Delaram Ashtari, Seyed Mohsen Habibi: Spatial Justice in the Metapolis: An investigation on the effects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in notion and representation of spatial justice in urban spaces
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10.00- 10.2013: Klio Monokrousou, Maria Giannopoulou: Sustainable Urban Development: Methods and Strategies10.00- 10.2002: Daniel Agbiboa: Seeing Everyday Life through the Eyes of Informal Road Transport Operators in Africa’s Largest Metropolis: The Visual Culture Perspective
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10.20- 10.4054: Clemens Nocker, Clara Archibugi: Informal Space and the Superhistorical City
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11.00-11.30Coffee Break
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11.30 | 12.30KEYNOTE: Alain Bourdin
Professor d'aménagement et d'urbanisme at Institut Français d'Urbanisme, Université de Paris Est Marne la Vallée
Science Centre: FACULTY ROOM
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12:30 | 13:45LUNCH | Central Canteen TUDelft - not provided
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Parallel SessionsParallel Sessions
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14.00-17.00SESSION VII - The city of the rich (and the city of the poor): political organization of space and spatial segregation14.00-17.00SESSION VIII: Utopian images of spatial justice: are architects and planners designers of the just city?
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Chair: GABRIELE PASQUIChair: ROBERTO ROCCO
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Room: Science Centre-Workshop Room 5 Room: Science Centre FACULTY ROOM
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14.00-14.2010: Elazzazy Mohamed: The Modernization of Cairo and Its Impact on the Formation of Exclusive Communities: Zamalek As Elite Residential District14.00-14.2064: Aliaksandra Smirnova: From concepts to the reality: Post-war reconstruction of Minsk, Belarus and its current urban development
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14.20-14.4015: Igor Pessoa: Brazilian Metropolitan Dynamics: from spatial fragmentation to social inequality14.20-14.4056: Taylor Davey: "Iconicity of Difference": The aesthetic tension of Medellín's branded image
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14.40- 15.0047: Penny - Panagiota Koutrolikou: Manufacturing ghettoes – manufacturing consent in inner-city Athens in ‘crises’14.40- 15.0030: Sheqiri Arlinda: Just Cities and Mega Events
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15.00- 15.2057: Wiebe Ruijtenberg: Isolated in Luxury: The Case of Gated Communities in Cairo15.00- 15.2014: Miriam Tedeschi, Ansaloni Francesca: Demiurgic versus rhizomatic planning. Towards an ethical understanding of the urban realm
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15.20-15.40Coffee Break
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15.40- 16.0062: Tanzia Islam, Sahjabin KabiR, Papon K. Dev : Dhaka, the city of the rich and the poor15.40- 16.0025: Marco Bovati: The tree on the rooftop. The Nature’s role in contemporary language of architecture: metaphor of spatial justice, or urban marketing tool?
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16.00 -16.2071: Diego Luna Quintanilla: Facing Growth through permeability16.00 -16.2042: Simona Galateo: Unbranding the city. The right to the city: strategies for urban regeneration, dealing with creativity and self-made projects.
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16.20- 16.4073: Adrià Carbonell: Social Antagonism as Dubai’s Architectural Legacy16.20- 16.4046: Rainer Johann: Vital urban knots of soft infrastructure in Amsterdam & Berlin
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SESSION IX: Multiplicitous Representations of the Thirdspace
Visual thinking the spatial justice between the real and the ideal city
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Chair: DANIELE VILLA
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Room: Science Centre Workshop Room 2
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14.00-14.2036: Hikoyat Salimova: The Emergence of Ippodrom Bazar in Context of Indigenous Space Production in Post-Soviet Tashkent
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14.20-14.4040: Maria Faraone: Gaining clarity through the outsider: re representation through practice
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14.40- 15.0075: Adrià Carbonell: Territorial Ecologies: A New Ground for Spatial Justice
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15.00- 15.2016: Ossama Hegazy: "Towards a European mosque": Applying Socio-Semiotics for Initiating a Contextual "Formsprache beyond Objectivity"
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15.20-15.40Coffee Break
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15.40- 16.0028: Francine Sakata: "Open Spaces and Public life Brazil – Caieiras Island and Augusta Park"
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16.00-16.2053: Francesca Lotta, Maria Luisa Giordano, Bruno Buffa : " From alternative representations to prospective visions"
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18.00- 19.00KEYNOTE:Benjamin Hennig
(Senior Research Fellow in the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford): Berlage Rooms
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19.00 | 20.00DRINKS | Berlageroom1
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