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Understanding Urbanisation Today Suburban planet: From the peripheral habitat to the wild suburb

Tid: 2017-10-27 14:00
Plats: Niagara Auditorium, B2, Ground floor
Målgrupp: All interested

We are pleased to invite you to the Urban Seminar series at Malmö University Autumn 2017. We have invited four exciting scholars who will speak on the topic of Understanding Urbanisation Today. In collaboration with HUS network Sustainable housing, Urban Renewal and Social Justice 

Welcome to the second seminar Suburban planet: From the peripheral habitat to the wild suburb, with Professor Roger Keil, York Chair in Global Sub/Urban Studies, York University, Toronto.

Roger Keil

Roger Keil, professor and York Chair in Global Sub/Urban Studies, former director at the CITY Institute at York University, Toronto. Roger Keil researches global suburbanism, urban political ecology, urban infrastructures, urban governance, cities and infectious disease, and regional governance. He is the co-funder of the International Network for Urban Research and Action (INURA).  

Some references:

  • Suburban Governance: A Global View (ed. with Pierre Hamel, UTP: 2015)
  • Suburban Constellations (Jovis, 2013)
  • In-Between Infrastructure: Urban Connectivity in an Age of Vulnerability (ed.
    with Douglas Young and Patricia Burke Wood), Praxis(e) Press, 2011
  • Changing Toronto: Governing Urban Neoliberalism (with J.A. Boudreau and D.
    Young, UTP: 2009)
  • Leviathan Undone? Towards a Political Economy of Scale (ed. with Rianne Mahon,
    UBC Press: 2009)
  • Networked Disease: Emerging Infections in the Global City (ed. with S.H.Ali,
    Wiley-Blackwell 2008)
  • The Global Cities Reader (ed. with N. Brenner, Routledge 2006).

All seminars at mah.se/urbanseminarier

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