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Can we develop more socially diverse, liveable, and fairer cities?

06th April 2019
Hosted by ETH Zurich, ONA Oerlikon
Zurich, Switzerland

Intending to make sense out of the causes and effects, parallels, and unfolding phenomena at the heart of urbanisation processes related to land distribution in our contemporary era, the SHARELAND Doctoral Colloquium seeks diverse, intersecting and hybrid voices. Presenters will share and discuss their ideas under one of three tracks: ‘Sharing’, ‘Dwelling, and ‘Co-creating’. Experts participating in the annual Wohnforum conference will serve as moderators, facilitating discussion and adding elements of their practice to the research findings, discussions and empirical evidence revealed by doctoral works.

We invite architects, landscape architects, urban planners, designers, artists, sociologists, economists, ecologists and researchers in the field of urbanisation to bring together their knowledge, experience and lessons learned in the development of new approaches and ideas.

Language: English
Travel Subsidy: Available for selected papers
Maximum participants: 20

Submission of abstracts:
Please send your abstracts (PDF) of max. 500 words including title, authors and 3-5 keywords to shareland.colloquium@arch.ethz.ch. We highly encourage PhD students and Post-Doc researchers to apply (max. 5 years after completion of PhD).

Important Dates – EXTENDED
Abstract submission: 14 December
Acceptance notice: Until 18 January 2019
Full presentation submission: 15 February 2019
Final presentation submission: 15 March 2019

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