Violaine Jolivet

Violaine Jolivet is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Montreal. Her work in urban and social geography focuses on the links between mobility and urban production in the Americas in a comparative approach. In 2015, she founded the TRAMES laboratory (Transnationalism – Americas – Metropolises) in Montreal and participated in several research teams including the CRACH (Collectif de Recherche et d'Action sur l'Habitat).

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Almagul Mussina

Almagul Mussina has graduated from Eurasian National University`s PhD program in sociology in 2013, since that time she has been employed as Lecturer at the Department of Sociology, which is in the Faculty of Social Science. She has experience in the implementation of international research projects in such programs as CARTI, RESET. She has been a visiting researcher at London University, Goldsmiths (2011) and at California University in Santa Barbara (2010).

Fausto Carmelo Nigrelli

After a Master's degree in Engineering at the University of Catania, a CEAA in "Urban Architecture" at the School of Architecture of Paris Belleville and a PhD in "Urban Planning and Territorial Planning" at the University of Palermo with the dissertation: "Verso the definizione di Progetto Urbano. . I contributi francese e italiano." Fausto Carmelo Nigrelli was first research fellow at the University of Messina (1996). Subsequently in 2000 he is Associate Professor of Technology and Planning of the City and Territory.

Part of the Atelier Theatrum Mundi series of workshops under the Global Cities seminar at Collège d’études mondiales, FMSH, and in the context of Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson's Centre for Language Unlearning (Residency common infra/ctions) at Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 14/12/2017

An ethnographic return to Calais

 

Speekers: Luca Queirolo Palmas (University of Genoa – Laboratory of Visual Sociology), Hanane Idihia (University of Paris Saclay – Center Pierre Naville)

Discussant: Sophie Djigo, author of Les migrants de Calais : Enquête sur la vie en transit, 2016

 

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 25/10/2017

Discussant: Sophie Body-Gendrot (Sorbonne Paris-IV ; sous réserve) with Saskia Sassen (Columbia University)

 

►New Urbanities, Dynamics Of Inclusion, Exclusion And Expulsion: Buenos Aires - Paris

Iliana Mignaqui ((University of Buenos Aires)

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 19/10/2017

Doris Tarchópulos

Doris Tarchópulos is researcher of the Global Cities Chair directed by Saskia Sassen and Richard Sennett at Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and Theatrum Mundi - London School of Economics LSE. She received in 2012 the Ph.D. Extraordinary Prize, awared by Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya UPC, for the Thesis: Traces of a Plan for Bogota by Le Corbusier, Sert & Wiener. She held a Ph.D.

Organized in cooperation with Villa Vassilieff, the event has been initiated by Catherine Visser as part of a research stay in Paris for Saskia Sassen’s Global Street project under the Global Cities chair at Collège d’études mondiales, FMSH.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 27/09/2017