LECTURE Urban Perspectives of the World Inaugural Lecture Prof. Jan Nijman. UvA, Amsterdam, NL. 27.6.2012

Urban Perspectives of the World Inaugural Lecture Prof. Jan Nijman Wednesday, 27 June 2012, 16:00 – 17:00 Inaugural lecture Urban Studies dhr. prof. dr. J.B.F. Nijman Urban Perspectives of the World Urban Perspectives of the World The world is in the midst of an urban revolution – a revolution that took shape in the 1980s and […]

LECTURE Leverhulme Public Lecture: The crisis in urban studies: revolution, reform and reconstruction. UCL London, UK. 31.5.2012

Leverhulme Public Lecture: The crisis in urban studies: revolution, reform and reconstruction Thursday 31 May 6pm UCL Geography Pearson Lecture Theatre, Pearson Building (see www.ucl.ac.uk/locations/ucl-maps) Professor Sue Parnell (African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town and Leverhulme Visiting Professor, UCL)

GUEST LECTURE “Remaking Social Housing in Glasgow”, Prof. Ken Gibb, Amsterdam, 30.05.2011

http://www.urbanstudies.uva.nl/urbanstudies Remaking Social Housing in Glasgow Monday, 30th May 2011, 16.00- 17.30 hrs. Oost Indisch Huis – Room: E0.02 (VOC-zaal) It is nearly 10 years since Scotland’s largest city embarked on a revolution in its social housing, transferring more than 80,000 council homes to the Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) who then embarked on a massive […]

Guest Lecture: Prof. Dr. Enrico Gualini: Metropolitan space as strategic-relational construct: Multi-level governance, multi-scalar strategies, and the emergence of new policy spaces in the Randstad, 20.04.2011, Amsterdam

You are cordially invited to attend the Urban Studies Lecture by Prof. Dr. Enrico Gualini Metropolitan space as strategic-relational construct: Multi-level governance, multi-scalar strategies, and the emergence of new policy spaces in the Randstad Wednesday, 20 April 2011, 15:00 – 17:00, Roeterseiland – Building E – Room: E0.10 Metropolitan regions are increasingly characterized as emergent, […]

Urban Studies lecture by Professor Sharon Zukin, Amsterdam, 5 April 2011

http://www.urbanstudies.uva.nl/urbanstudies_news/agenda.cfm/58F45DAD-0EF4-4E60-A508D4619FE20DC7 How Dutch Is It? Aesthetics, Ownership and Identity on an Amsterdam Shopping Street Tuesday, 5 April 2011, 15:00 – 17:00 hrs. “How Dutch Is It? Aesthetics, Ownership and Identity on an Amsterdam Shopping Street” Expanding her recent work on “authenticity,” gentrification and redevelopment in New York, Sharon Zukin turns an inquiring but critical eye […]