This presentation examines and compares systems in countries hosting large numbers of asylum-seekers; particularly, migration crises in Italy and Serbia, integration problems, and day-to-day encounters.
This talk examines emergent consumption patterns in Vietnam’s shifting transportation market and then considers them within broader design and marketing infrastructures shaping emerging markets in the Southeast Asian region.
The City of New York and its booster waged a campaign to belittle the quality of the land they seized and the character of the people who lived there. Highlighting places like Seneca Village—an African American activist community—my talk will prove the propaganda wrong and illuminate a crucial mechanism and lessons of displacement and redevelopment […]
By examining the modern urban layout and architecture of these cities, this talk reconstructs the historical context of their transformations, and from a comparative perspective, discusses what they have in common as exemplary centers of Japanese colonial modernism.
Taking as its starting point the controversies and protests surrounding the mass installation of prepaid water meters in Soweto, this talk tracks the centrality of infrastructure as a medium and terrain for politics from the apartheid period to the present.
Supported by the Luce Foundation, this symposium will bring together two groups of scholars, practitioners, and policymakers from Trinity, the Hartford region, and the Yangtze River Economic Belt (YREB) in China respectively to present research and explore comparative policy issues regarding sustainable urban development and regional cooperation in a small and deindustrialized region (lower CT […]