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Tune in January 22nd 2pm (Berlin Time): Panel of experts on “Electronic Cities” at CTM Festival 2021
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Tune in January 22nd 2pm (Berlin Time): Panel of experts on “Electronic Cities” at CTM Festival 2021

This panel highlights the most striking results of the book Electronic cities: Music Policies and Space in the 21st Century (Palgrave McMillan, Forthcoming in March 2021) edited by Sébastien Darchen, Damien Charrieras, and John Willsteed. The book looks at Electronic Dance Music (EDM) scenes in 18 cities across Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia, North America, and … Continue reading

SI on transport & gender in TR-A, guest edited by Dorina Pojani
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SI on transport & gender in TR-A, guest edited by Dorina Pojani

A Special Issue on transport, gender, & culture, guest-edited by Dorina Pojani (UQ|UP), Lake Sagaris (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), & Enrica Papa (University of Westminster), has just been published in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. The authors for this special issue have been motivated to explore gender and mobility issues by both … Continue reading

Congratulations to all Planning Graduands!
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Congratulations to all Planning Graduands!

Since all official graduation ceremonies have been postponed due to COVID, at UQ|UP we decided to mark the end of the year with an Informal Planning Graduation. This semester we have 25 students graduating from the Master in Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) and 15 students graduating from the Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning … Continue reading

New book chapter on the urban form of informal settlements in the Balkans, by Dorina Pojani
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New book chapter on the urban form of informal settlements in the Balkans, by Dorina Pojani

This chapter analyzes the urban form of informal settlements in the Western Balkans. Informal housing is now a permanent fixture of the urban landscape in this region. Given the widespread and increasing scale of informal settlements, it is important to record their spatial qualities and compare them to informal settlements elsewhere. A five-point framework is … Continue reading

Happy holidays!
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Happy holidays!

We hope this post finds you well. We know that planning colleagues and students around the world are in various stages of lockdown restrictions, and living with the ongoing trauma of disease and death. We send big love and solidarity from UQ|UP. In Brisbane, we were luckly to emerge from our lockdown early on this … Continue reading