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Cosmopolis Lunch Seminar with Ceren Sezer (TU Delft)

6 June 2019 , Geography Dept. - Room F 4.66- (VUB - Pleinlaan 2, BE-1050 Brussels, Building

Ceren Sezer TU Delft



Bio speaker

Ceren Sezer is currently working on transformation processes in the streets of immigrant neighbourhoods in Amsterdam. She does research in urban design and planning focusing on liveability and sustainability of public spaces; urban form and social life in the city, urban regeneration and renewal processes; spatial practices of migrant communities; and environment-behaviour studies. She is joint-editor of Marketplaces as Urban Development Strategy (2013), Public Space and Urban Justice (2017), and The Politics of Visibility in Public Space (forthcoming) . She is co-founder of an international research and design network ‘Public Spaces and Urban Cultures’ established under the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP).