Published: November 2014
Public policy gives too little attention to the widespread and still growing problem of Europe’s aging and poor quality housing…
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Published: October 2013
In the past decade, urban regeneration policy makers and practitioners have faced a number of difficult challenges…
The “banlieue” occupies a particular place in the French imagination…
Published: November 24 2014
A new, international comparative book on urban leadership was launched at the Bristol Festival of Ideas in the UK last month…
Published: April 2014
A collection of short research abstracts by PhD candidates at the Bartlett School of Planning, London, specially prepared in April 2014 for the Bartlett centenary…
Published: October 2014
Traditional approaches to understand space tend to view public space mainly as a shell or container, focussing on its morphological structures and functional uses.… Read the rest
EURA features profiles of its various institutional members in each newsletter. For December 2014, we are proud to present the Global Urban Research Unit at the Newcastle University School of Architecture, is it safe to buy medications online Planning & Landscape. Click here: GURU at Newcastle University to learn more about the institution as well as current Doctoral and Research opportunities available there!… Read the rest
We have just over a week before the 2015 EURA Conference deadline – extended until 15 February.This year’s conference is hosted by Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania! Any last minute thoughts about submissions? Then check out the details for the call for proposal on our 2015 Conference page.
Abstract submission is now closed but the opportunity to register and attend EURA’s conference in Sibiu, Romania is still open!
The conference theme this year is Transforming cities, transformative cities. A fantastic theme set in a beautifully transformed city. Sibiu was 2007 buy medications without prescriptions European Capital of Culture and a post-socialist city brimming with illustrations of political, social, economic, and environmental transformation.… Read the rest
Happy Wednesday Fellow EURA Members!
We thought we would share some information recently forwarded by other EURA members:
1) The organizers from the Manchester Conference on Twin Cities in Past and Present are expanding their conference by one more day and will now run 25-27 June 2015. For a chance to check out contributions from across the world and in several disciplines including urban history, political science, geography and planning check out their website.… Read the rest
The UPDP Programme focuses on urban, social, economic and institutional transformations in contemporary cities and it aims at fostering innovative and interdisciplinary research. Applicants are requested to submit a research proposal with reference to topics of their interest. We encourage proposals covering topics such as :
• Multi-scalar regional urbanization processes
• Advances and challenges in contemporary planning theory and practice
• Urban transitions towards sustainability
• order drugs Social and economic changes and their effects on spatial development processes
• Tools for the evaluation and management of urban projects
• European cities, urban policies in Europe, the EU urban policy agenda.… Read the rest
Interested in publishing in a special issue of Raumforschung und Raumordung on Metropolitan Governance and Spatial Planning?
Or how does participating in the next International Sociological Association (ISA) Forum in Vienna next year sound?
Check out our Events and News page for details on the two new calls.
Correction: In the last newsletter that was sent out to members, it was stated that the EURA Roundtable entited Creating policy spaces for innovation would be hosted on 13 July at the 2015 AESOP Congress in Prague. The correct date for the roundtable discussion is in fact 16 July.
Please note this correction if you are intending to attend the roundtable discussion hosted by Robin Hambleton, Valeria Fedeli, Ivan Tosics, and Karsten Zimmermann, and Sandro Balducci.… Read the rest
The 2015 EURA Conference organizers would like announce that the event website has been updated with new information including hotel recommendations and paper uploads.
Additionally, it is still not too late to register for the conference in Sibiu! Late registration will be open unil July 19th 2015. Those who have not register are reminded that the registration process involvees two separate steps.… Read the rest
The 2015 EURA Summer School will take place in September on Greek island of Spetses. The course is intended to provide training for young researchers through the COST Action program. The Action program provides a platform for establishing new comparative knowledge and integrated research, while helping young researchers build networks and strenthen skills.