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Dorina Pojani lectures on gender issues in planning at the University of Catania, Italy

Palazzo dell’Università (1696), UC’s main seat.

On Friday, UQ|UP’s Dorina Pojani gave a guest lecture on gender issues in urban planning at the University of Catania, Italy. The lecture was hosted by Professor Francesco Martinico and attended by upper level architecture students in the Siracusa seat. Founded in 1434, the University of Catania is the oldest in Sicily. Currently, its student population is more than 40,000.

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  1. Very excited for you (and Italy) Dorina. What a great opportunity. I’d love to know more about this lecture. There is a new Urbanistas women’s group in Brisbane and it is made up of active and clever local women. We look forward to welcoming you back to UQ in 2020.

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