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Location: BS.3.19
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Third Floor, North Atrium Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN37_01a: The role of culture and creativity in urban transformation
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Lígia Ferro, University of Porto / Faculty of Arts and Humanities
 

The Impact of "Big" and "Small" Art on Urban Change & Community Building: Voice from Katowice (Poland)

Marta Klekotko

JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY, Poland



The Destruction of Monuments: An Analysis Urban Morphology of Diyarbakir/Suriçi

Sibel Bekiroğlu

Middle East Technical University, Turkey



The Values of Live Music in Urban Development: the Case of Rotterdam

Arno van der Hoeven, Erik Hitters

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands



Right to the City in the Urban Peripheries: Street Art at Quinta do Mocho

Otávio Ribeiro Raposo

Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology - University Institute of Lisbon (CIES-IUL), Portugal

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN37_02a: Consequences of digitalization on urban life and urban spaces
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Patricia Campelo, UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY
 

Digital Platform and Cities: The cases of Bologna city of food and Lisbon TVDE service.

Giorgio Pirina

University of Bologna, Italy



Un/safe City. The Gendered Representation Of Safety Technologies

Alina Dambrosio Clementelli

indipendent researcher, Italy



Do Locative Media Change Urban Public Space?

Eric Lettkemann, Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer

TU Berlin, Germany



Bright Spots in the Sold City? Libraries in the Age of Digitalization.

Alina Wandelt

Universität Leipzig, Germany

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN37_03a: Segregation and spatial forms of inequality
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Juan Jose Villalon_Ogayar, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
 

Strategies Of Coping With The Unequal Access To Public Services In Urban Space

Justyna Anna Koscinska

University of Warsaw, Poland



Living Alone in Urban Context - the Case Study of the Historic Center of Santarem

Catarina Pimpao Lucas

Universidade Nova de Lisboa- Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Portugal



Network-based Survival Strategies of Transgender Sex Workers

Ezgi Guler

European University Institute, Italy



The Banality of Evil: Discrimination within Everyday Life

Bilge Serin

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN37_04a: Gentrification and displacement
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Marta Smagacz-Poziemska, Jagiellonian University
 

Newcomers in a Traditional Neighborhood: Middle Class Values and Gentrification

Clarissa dos Santos Veloso, Luciana Teixeira de Andrade

Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil



The Political Consequences of Gentrification

Jan Ueblacker1, Tim Lukas2

1: FGW, Germany; 2: University of Wuppertal, Germany



New Inequalities In A Context Of Urban Regeneration. How Tourism And Gentrification Can Change The Trade Sector At The City Of Bilbao

Patricia Campelo1, Marian Ispizua2

1: UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY, Spain; 2: UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY, Spain

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN37_05a: Urban inequalities: Ethnicity, gender and age
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: M. Victoria Gómez, University Carlos III Madrid
 

Understanding Attitudes Toward Immigration in Cities with High and Low Immigrant-Population: Empirical Results of a Postal Survey from Two German Cities

Jan Starcke, Maria-Anna Hoffmann

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany



A Study on the Meaning and Value of Housing for Migrant Workers

Sang Ji LEE

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Incorporating Ethno-cultural Diversity In Local Civil Society In Superdiverse Urban Neighbourhoods. The Case Of Borgerhout In Antwerp.

Stijn Oosterlynck, Fatima Laoukili

Department of Sociology, University of Antwerp, Belgium



Rap Music as a Tool Against Urban Exclusion and Racism: the Portuguese case

Pedro Varela

Center for Social Studies - University of Coimbra, Portugal



Centring Place In The Analyses Of Black Mixed Race Identity

Karis Campion

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN37_06a: Urban movements: Resistance and solidarity
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Natalia Martini, Jagiellonian University
 

Urban Grassroots Movements in the Illiberal State. Reconsidering the effects of post-socialist transformations in Hungary

Gergely Olt, Áron Buzogány, Szabina Kerényi

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary



Commonifying From Inside The State? The Case Of “La Comunificadora” And The Promotion Of Alternatives To Capitalism

Vera Vidal

UOC, Spain



Urban Resistance And The Creation Of Political Subjectivities: From Struggles Against Eviction To Everyday Life Continuities

Patricia Pereira, Madalena Corte-Real

CICS.NOVA, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal



Contesting urban regeneration in Lisbon. Insights from the ROCK project.

Mafalda Corrêa Nunes, Roberto Falanga

Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN37_07a: (Un)making urban development
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Joao Carlos Martins, University of Lisbon
 

Development Plans In French Rural Municipalities: Social Interactions Between Private Developers And Planning Authorities

Camille Le Bivic1, Romain Melot2, Laurent Devisme3

1: AgroParisTech, INRA-SADAPT, France; 2: INRA-SADAPT, France; 3: ENSAN, AAU-CRENAU, France



The Social Side of Anti-Sprawl Strategies: a Comparative Analysis of Minneapolis, Denver, and Portland

Gabriele Manella, Tommaso Rimondi

Università di Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum, Italy



From Social Services to Urban Planning: Accessibility for People with Disabilities – The Case of Municipal Professionalization

Mariela Yabo

Ben-Gurion University, Israel



Planning For Sustainable Cities By Crossing Boundaries – Exploring How Conflicts Of Interest Are Managed By Integrating Different Types Of Knowledge In Urban Planning.

Hannah Saldert

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN37_09: (Post)modern urban transformations
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: Mare Else Knibbe, Maastricht University
 

Vision of Global City and Transformation of the Old Towns: İstanbul Historic Peninsula as a Case Study

Murat Şentürk

Istanbul University, Turkey



The Change Occurring in Daily Life by Culture-led Urban Transformation: Culture Valley Project Sample

Büşra Turan, Merve Ayar

İstanbul University, Turkey



Regeneration and Spatial Segregation in Post-Modern York, UK

Naoko Takeda

Waseda University, Japan

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN37_10: Urban change and local sustainability
Location: BS.3.19
Chair: George Chatzinakos, Manchester Metropolitan University
 

Changes in Everyday Life and a Mega Sport Event: A Case of FIFA World Cup 2018 in a Small Russian City

Maxim Markin, Evgeniya Nadezhdina

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



Urban Regeneration and Sustainability on a fast-changing industrial area from Lisbon. From Morphologic margins to Social Borders

Joao Carlos Martins

University of Lisbon, Portugal



Improve Energy Efficiency In Condominiums Of Working-class Neighbourhoods. Lessons From Field Inquiries In Two French Case Studies

Flavia Leone3, Marie-Pierre Lefeuvre2, Romain Melot1

1: Université de Tours, France; 2: Université Paris Est, France; 3: Université Paris Saclay, France


 
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