TALKS, CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS
Atlantic Crossings Revisited Workshop lineup including University of Oxford’s Peter Kemp, City of Paris Deputy Mayor Jean-Louis Missika, The Paris Urbanism Agency’s (APUR) Patricia Pelloux, and Columbia University’s Lance Freeman, Laura Kurgan, and Robert Beauregard
2017 / 2018
LiPs weekly Lectures in Planning Series at Columbia University organizing committee member
Series lineup including Regional Plan Association (RPA) President Tom Wright, NPR’s Natalie Moore, MIT’s Lawrence Vale, NYU’s Tom Sugrue, Cornell University’s Tom Campanella, University of Oxford’s David Kirk, UC Berkeley’s Carolina Reid, and University of Toronto’s Theresa Enright
JUNE - OCTOBER 2017
Participant in "The Matter of Cities: Evacuating the 'Material' in Urban Social and Technical Controversies" - Alliance Doctoral Workshops - Columbia University/ Sciences Po Paris
PhD Staff for the "Past is Prologue: Planning's Critical Approach to 100 Years of Zoning" - Columbia University
Conference lineup including Harvard’s Jerold Kayden, NYU’s Vicki Been and Ingrid Gould-Ellen, University of Georgia’s Sonia Hirt, and Université de Montréal’s Raphaël Fischler
Volunteering Staff for the "Mapping and its Discontents Symposium" - Global Urban Humanities Initiative, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley
March 2021: Speaker on the Housing panel at the Thirteenth Annual Krueckeberg Doctoral Conference in Urban Studies, Urban Planning and Public Policy in New Brunswick, NJ (USA). Title: "Seine-Saint-Denis Style: how one banlieue’s institutional model might be the solution to the Grand Paris housing crisis"
November 2020: Speaker on the Housing track at the ACSP Annual Conference in Toronto (Canada). Title: "Seine-Saint-Denis Style: how one banlieue’s institutional model might be the solution to the Grand Paris housing crisis"
November 2020: [with Michael Snidal and Tyler Haupert] Speaker on the Community Development track at the ACSP Annual Conference in Toronto (Canada). Title: "Predicting Black Outmigration in the American Metropolis"
October 2019: [with Tyler Haupert and Pauline Claramunt Torche] Organizer of the Atlantic Crossings Revisited interdisciplinary workshop in Columbia University's Reid Hall Center in Paris (France). Title: "Urban Policy and Planning Transfers between New York and Paris"
July 2019: [with Rosalie Singerman Ray] Speaker on the track The role of the local in improving cohesion and spatial justice at the AESOP Planning for Transition Annual Congress in Venice (Italy). Title: "Beyond the Grands Chantiers: Planning the contours of a viable territorial project for Paris"
July 2019: Speaker on the track Housing, gentrification and socio-spatial dynamics at the AESOP Planning for Transition Annual Congress in Venice (Italy). Title: "Accessory-Dwelling Units: A Case for more incremental research to inform policy making"
June 2019: Speaker on the panel Territories of Accumulation at the Accumulating Capital: Strategies of profit and dispossessive policies Conference in Université Paris Dauphine (Paris, France). Title: "What's the Deal with Dispossessive Policies? The Case of the de Blasio administration's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing program (New York, 2014-2019)"
March 2019: Speaker on the panel Governance and City Data at the Eleventh Annual Krueckeberg Doctoral Conference in Urban Studies, Urban Planning and Public Policy in New Brunswick, NJ (USA). Title: "Beavers Of The Banlieues: The Methodological Challenges Of Mixing Official Planning Archives And Oral History"
Speaker on the panel Resilient and Healthy Cities at the UN-Habitat, Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization and Columbia University Urban October Conference in New York City (USA). Title: "Two Birds with One Stone: Why Junior Researchers should get on board with Sustainable Metropolitan Governance"
Speaker on the panel Resistance and Concessions in Global Housing Markets of the Housing and Community Development Track at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Meeting in Buffalo, New York (USA). Title: "Outlaw Municipalities: The SRU Law, Social Housing, and Exclusionary Practices in France"
Speaker on the panel Material Logics of Territorial Stigmatisation: From Urban Devaluation to Urban Revaluation? of the Urban Geography Research Group at the Royal Geographical Society Annual Meeting in Cardiff, Wales (UK). Title: "Beavers of the Banlieues: Alternative narratives of postwar affordable housing production in France"
Speaker on the Foreign Fulbright Student Panel of the Institute of International Education in New York, USA. Title: "Advice from Second-Year Fulbrighters"
Speaker on the Symposium on Human Dynamics in Smart and Connected Communities: Understanding Neighborhood Dynamics 2 - Trajectories and Longitudinal Analyses" of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in Boston, USA. Title: "Time and Obduracy in the Study of Neighborhood Change and Stability"
Speaker on the Housing - Critical Futures Program of the Architecture_MPS Research Group Conference in Nicosia, Cyprus. Paper Title: "The Supreme Right to Housing: a step closer to inclusionary city-wide planning, as evidenced in the San Francisco Bay Area (USA)"
Speaker on the Nervous Systems Panel of the International Association for the Study of the Culture of Cities Scenes of Innovation II Affective Cities Conference. Paper Title: "Mapping Distress in North American Suburbs: An Obstacle to Urban Transformation?"
Speaker on the Interdisciplinary Panel of UBC Vancouver's Graduate Metamorphosis Conference, Canada. Paper Title: "Changes in the Bay Area: Designing New Migration Patterns, Shaping Tomorrow's Metropolitan Evolutions"
Web documentary interviewer for the sustainable governance conference organized by ENS DE LYON/ENSMEDIA and the Grand Lyon metropolitan agency - Title: "Sustainable Planet! 3 days of debates, expression and exchange"
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