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The call for abstract submission is closed. Decisions on abstract selection will be sent by the end of January 2024.

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Limits on Participation. You are limited to two appearances in the conference: one paper, and one other role such as a panelist or session chair, or any combination of these. If you are not involved as a panelist or session chair, you can send up to two abstracts to the conference, either as main or co-author

LIST OF ACCEPTED PANELS (click on bold text to read full content)

  1. Spaces of the rich and powerful: Producing and reproducing privileged neighbourhoods. Anthony Miro Born (London School of Economics) & Lars Meier (Goethe University Frankfurt).
  2. Improbable Commons: A poetics of urban sociality. AbdouMaliq Simone (University of Sheffield).
  3. Urban neo-illiberalism and the 21st century infrastructure state. Seth Schindler (University of Manchester) & Nitin Bathla (ETH Zurich).
  4. Reparative Urban Knowledges: Weaving North-South thinking-sensing-making repertoires. Catalina Ortiz (University College London) & Natalia Villamizar (Newcastle University).
  5. Resilient Futures: Navigating Disasters, Empowering Women, and Shaping Sustainable Settlements. Melis Oğuz Çevik (Istanbul Beykent University).
  6. Housing and inhabitation: situated geographies of intersectional struggles. Michele Lancione (University of Sheffield), Ana Vilenica (Politecnico di Torino), Margherita Grazioli (Grand Sasso Science Institute, Italy).
  7. Radical Pedagogies for territorial contestations. Camillo Boano (University College London), Martin Arias-Loyola (Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile), Francisco Vergara-Perucich (Universidad de Las Américas, Chile).
  8. Reframing urban Indigenous realities: Challenges and agencies in cities. Andrew Canessa (University of Essex), Dana Brablec (University of Amsterdam).
  9. South-South collaborations and dialogues: variegated epistemologies, knowledges, and experiences for postcolonial urban studies. Javier Ruiz-Tagle (Universidad Católica de Chile), Mona Harb (American University of Beirut, Lebanon), Mercy Brown-Luthango (University of Cape Town), Divya Ravindranath (Indian Institute of Human Settlements).
  10. Whiteness and cities. Karim Murji (University of West London), Macarena Bonhomme (Universidad Autónoma de Chile).
  11. Street level bureaucrats, Discretion and Citizen-State Relations: The Bureaucratic Encounter. Alberta Andreotti (University of Milan), Talja Blokland (Humboldt University).
  12. Advancing Collective Agency and Governance in Marginalized Communities: lessons for deepening equity and inclusion. Alicia Fortuin (University of Cape Town), Tinashe Kanosvamhira (University of Cape Town).
  13. Space and Political Participation in Popular Sectors: Perspectives and Challenges. Nicolás Angelcos (Universidad de Chile), Sebastián Mauro (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Valentina Abuhele (Universidad de Chile).
  14. The Local State and Urban Social Movements: What’s to be Done in Times of Crisis. Walter Nicholls (University of California, Irvine), Ian Baran (University of California, Irvine).
  15. Migration and Urban Space: Emerging Relations of Encounters and Conflict in Culturally Diversified Neighborhoods. Miguel Pérez (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile).
  16. Tackling Housing Inequalities in the Era of Climate Adaptation. Roberta Cucca (Norwegian University of Life Sciences-Ås), Massimo Bricocoli (Politecnico di Milano), Sonia Arbaci (University College London).
  17. Socially engaged arts, neighbourhoods and housing. Peer Smets (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam), Paul Watt (London School of Economics).
  18. Digital labour platforms and the future of work in the Global South and Global North. Lutfun Nahar Lata (University of Melbourne), Cheryll Ruth R. Soriano (De La Salle University, Manila).
  19. North-South dialogues in urban planning. Sonia Roitman (University of Queensland).
  20. Global mobilizations? Lessons from the 2010-2019 cycle of protests across North and South. Daniela Vicherat Mattar (Leiden University, Netherlands).
  21. Liberation without revolution?: The spatialization of resistance and the construction of alternative logics, structures, and lifeworlds. Delario Lindsey (Marymount University, USA), Matt Bakker (Marymount University, USA).
  22. Sanctuary movements in different urban contexts: exploring commonalities and differences. Elena Vacchelli (University of Greenwich, UK), Franca Roeschert (University of Greenwich, UK).
  23. South-North dialogues on urban Indigenous politics. Andrés Ramírez (University of California Los Angeles), Matthew Caulkins (Universidad de Concepción, Chile), Phillip Horn (University of Sheffield).
  24. Territorial stigma: introjection, resistance, and production of new territorial identities. Alejandra Rasse (Universidad Católica de Chile), Claudia Concha, Camila Rasse (Universidad Católica de Chile), Sarella Robles (Municipalidad de Puente Alto, Chile).
  25. The in-between as a site for urban theory: ‘Southern’ researchers, ‘Northern’ institutions, and transurban knowledge production. Afra Foli (University of Amsterdam), Carolina Frossard (University of Amsterdam), Ceylin Idel (University of Amsterdam).
  26. The blurred boundaries between the formal and the informal in cities. Felipe Valenzuela (Universidad de Playa Ancha, Chile), Elizabeth Zenteno (Universidad de Playa Ancha, Chile), Lautaro Ojeda (Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile).
  27. Bridging the Digital Abyss: Exploring Intersectional Exclusions in Rural Digital Participation. Sebastian Juhnke (Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Torsten Wissmann (Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany).
  28. Scales of displacement and emerging spaces of encounter and mobilization: Seeking common ground across cities, disciplines, and social groups. Paolo Boccagni (University of Trento), Margarethe Kusenbach (University of South Florida).
  29. Collective action in contexts of poverty, segregation or environmental injustice: old and new actors shaping territories in the Global South. Juan Fernández Labbé (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile), Lucía Miranda (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile), Juan Pablo Rodríguez (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile), Matías Fouillioux (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile).
  30. Urban resilience through land value capture? Global perspectives on the politics of urban development in a climate emergency. Rosina Essien (University of Ghana), Sabatho Nyamsenda (University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), Jennifer Robinson (University College London).
  31. New masculinities and the remaking of the proper home. Teresa Caldeira (University of California, Berkeley).
  32. The multilayer nature of the politics and policies. Renata Bichir (Universidade de São Paulo), Ursula Peres (Universidade de São Paulo), Eduardo Marques (Universidade de São Paulo).
  33. Bridging hierarchies for mutual learning: Advancing international cooperation in urban disaster risk and resilience research. Verena Flörchinger (Freie Universität Berlin), Vicente Sandoval (Freie Universität Berlin).
  34. New geographies of global transition: Climate, energy, and technology in the urban Global South. Jan Nijman (University of Amsterdam), Gregory Randolph (Georgia Institute of Technology).
  35. New significations of violence in contemporary cities. Sérgio Adorno (Universidade de São Paulo).
  36. Powerful encounters between peripheries and centers. Katrin Grossmann (University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, Germany).
  37. Urban politics and shifting relations between cities and states. Côme Salvaire (Les Afriques dans le Monde, IRD), Stijn Oosterlynck (University of Antwerp, Belgium).
  38. Transition settlements: Towards sustainable urbanisation pathways in the Global South. Neha Sami (Indian Institute for Human Settlements), Shriya Anand (Indian Institute for Human Settlements), Gautam Bhan (Indian Institute for Human Settlements), Sudeshna Mitra (Indian Institute for Human Settlements).
  39. Digital Platforms as Urban Infrastructure: the question of governance and alternatives to current models. Niloufar Vadiati (HafenCity University, Germany), Nicolás Palacios (ETH Zürich).
  40. (Dis)encounters around noise: how does noise influence conflict, cohesion and the (re)production of inequalities in urban spaces of the Global North and South?. Caroline Stamm (Universidad Católica de Chile), Ricardo Fuentealba (Universidad de O’Higgins, Chile).
  41. Tenants’ organising and protest repertoires: contexts and comparisons. Miguel Martínez (Uppsala University, Sweden), Javier Gil (UNED, España), Lorenzo Vidal (UNED, España).
  42. Housing Challenges of Migrants in Cities of the Global North and the Global South. Omar Pereyra (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú), Hilary Silver (George Washington University).
  43. Controversial Digitization: Solidarities, Conflicts, And Power Dynamics In Mediated Urban Space. Oksana Zaporozhets (Humboldt University of Berlin), Liubov Chernysheva (Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany).
  44. Spatial Politics on the Narrow Margins: Advancing Dialogues on Public Space and the Colonial Lives of Property. Claudio Alvarado Lincopi (Universidad Católica de Chile), Isabella Pojuner (Birmingham City University), Olivia Casagrande (University of Sheffield), Samuel Burgum (Birmingham City University).
  45. Tourism and contemporary urbanization: practices, issues and agendas. Thiago Allis (Universidade de São Paulo), Mercedes González (Conicet, Argentina).
  46. Navigating Spaces of Power. The Everyday Conflicts and Paradoxes of Public Transport. Federico La Bruna (Università degli Studi di Milano Statale).
  47. New Municipalisms North and South: examining the possibilities for radical urban politics. Gabriel Silvestre (Newcastle University), Rodrigo Caimanque (Universidad de Chile).
  48. Inequality, residential segregation, and social cohesion. Gabriel Otero (Universidad Central de Chile, Chile), Vicente Espinoza (Universidad de Santiago, Chile).
  49. Bridging the Gap: Understanding the complex relationship between popular urbanisation and the State. Francesca Ferlicca (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Giovanna Monteiro (Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro).
  50. Decolonise the periphery: where the urban North meets the South. Penny Travlou (University of Edinburgh), Anna Papoutsi (University of Birmingham), Antonis Vradis (University of St Andrews).
  51. Unsettling Epistemologies of the North: A critique of urban knowledge production from the north. Vafa Danati (University College London), Raktim Ray (University College London).
  52. Narratives, Planning and Urban Change: Anti-Colonial Practices, Transformative Storytelling and Experimental Urban Politics. Sergio Montero (University of Toronto), Helen Pineo (University of Washington).
  53. The conflictive urban and spatial dimensions of memory. Valentina Infante (Universidad Católica de Chile), Manuela Badilla (Universidad Católica de Chile), Alicia Olivari (Universidad Católica de Chile).
  54. Experimentation & Crisis: Researching Urban Policy Mobilities and Models Across the Global North and Global South. Cristina Temenos (University of Manchester), Paola Jirón (Universidad de Chile), Jess Linz (University of Manchester).
  55. Discontinuous relationships in (post)migratory contexts. Josefina Jaureguiberry-Mondion (Oxford University), Taib Hayat (Freie Universität Berlin).
  56. Marxist and post-colonial dialogues for the analysis of extended urbanization. Manuel Bayón (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany).
  57. Housing after financialization: responding to debt, decay, and domination. Hanna Hilbrandt (University of Zurich), Erandi Barroso (University of Zurich).
  58. Henri Lefebvre: Recent Developments in Theory, Research and Practice. Christian Schmid (ETH Zürich), Monika Streule (London School of Economics).
  59. The post-socialist city: Governance models, inequalities and challenges to urban theory and methods. Vladimir Pawlotsky (Paris 8 University).
  60. Climate Action and Environmental Democracy in Cities in the Global North and South. Bharat Punjabi (University of Toronto), Shahana Chattaraj (World Resources Institute, India).
  61. Climate Change and Urban Informality: Interactions and Interventions in the Global South and North. Taraneh Meshkani (Kent State University, USA).
  62. Homemaking in circulation: how urban residents construct the notion of home without the promise of homeownership. Liubing Xie (University of California at Berkeley).
  63. Transformations in Rental Housing: A Global Perspective. Mercedes di Virgilio (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Francisca Bogolasky (Universidad de Chile), Adriana Marín (Universidade de São Paulo), Raquel Rolnik (Universidade de São Paulo), Paula Santoro (Universidade de São Paulo), Isidora Guerreiro (Universidade de São Paulo).
  64. The challenges of participatory practices. Contextualities, governance criticalities, (dis)empowering solutions. Yuri Kazepov (University of Vienna).
  65. Exception, Law and Informality. Jyoti Dalal (University of Delhi, India), Ruchira Das (University of Delhi, India), Chetan Anand (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India).
  66. The political economy of peripheral urbanization: financialization, corporate power, extractivism and dependency. Michael Janoschka (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), David Kornbluth (Universidad de Chile), Michael Lukas (Universidad de Chile), Nadine Reis (El Colegio de México).
  67. Violence-urban space: the production of the political-social order in global perspective. Alejandra Lunecke (Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile), Damián Omar (Universidad de Murcia, España), Maria Paz Trebilcock (Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile), Pilar Ortiz (Viodemos, Chile).
  68. Children and Youth Right to the City and Participation in Urban Planning and Urban Design. Rosario Palacios (Universidad Católica de Chile), Gabriela Piña (Universidad Católica de Chile).
  69. Childhood in cities: Perspectives from territories of the Global North and South. Susana Cortés-Morales (Universidad Central de Chile).
  70. Integration, solidarity, hospitality: the sinuous links between migration and the city. María Fernanda Stang (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Chile).
  71. Beyond the ‘Southern turn’ in urban studies: reflections and future directions. Alli Appelbaum (University of California, Berkeley), Nicholas Shatan (University of California, Berkeley), Ooha Uppalapati (University of California, Berkeley).
  72. The Spatiality of Care in Resisting/Survival Cities: On The Interface of Digital and Material Space. Niloufar Vadiati (HafenCity University Hamburg), Nassim Mehran (Charité-Universitätsmedizin, Berlin).
  73. Building Caring Cities and Infrastructures. Brenda Parker (University of Illinois Chicago).
  74. School segregation across the North and South: exploring the interplay between households’ choice and public policy. Carlotta Caciagli (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Marta Cordini (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Carolina Pacchi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Andrea Parma (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), Quentin Ramond (Universidad Mayor, Chile), Robert Vief (Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany).
  75. Elites, Socio-Spatial Segregation, and Urban Belonging: A Global Perspective. María Luisa Méndez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Rachel Théodore (Universidad Mayor, Chile).

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