EURA Conversations


#25 Public space

How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect the use of public space? EURA Conversations Post #25 – 24 May 2021Evangelia Athanassiou, School of Architecture, Aristotle University of […]

#26 A Caribbean perspective

COVID-19 – a view from Trinidad and Tobago EURA Conversations Post #26 – 7 June 2021Julia R. Kotzebue, habitant at the Institute of Geography at the […]

#27 Rewilding

Rewilding the Post-Covid City EURA Conversations Post #27 – 21 June 2021Siân Moxon, Centre for Urban and Built Ecologies, School of Art Architecture and Design, London […]
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#28 Black lives

COVID-19 and the movement to tackle racial inequality EURA Conversations Post #28 – 05 July 2021Robin Hambleton, University of the West of England, Bristol In June […]

#29 Urban mobility

As pointed out by the United Nations, the ongoing health crisis has expanded to “a crisis of urban access, urban equity, urban finance, safety, joblessness, public services, infrastructure and transport” with severe effects on wellbeing and quality of life [...]
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#30 Beyond the post-Covid narrative

Beyond the post-Covid narrative: What’s next? EURA Conversations Post #30 – 06 October 2021 by Ignazio Vinci, University of Palermo In May 2020 we started EURA […]

#31 The impact of COVID-19 on Trinidad and Tobago

Impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean EURA Conversations Post #31 – 18 October 2021 by Gabrielle Thongs, Department of Geography, the University of West Indies A […]

#32 Teaching after Covid: were any lessons learned?

Teaching after Covid EURA Conversations Post #32 – 1 November 2021 by Alistair Jones, Department of Politics, People and Place, De Montfort University, UK In EURA Conversation 17 […]

#33 The voices of young people on climate change

Young people and climate change EURA Conversations Post #33 – 15 November 2021 by Le Anh Nguyen Long, University of Twente, The Netherlands I initially intended […]
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#34 Meeting places and people

During the last year and a half, I have been sitting on my chair, in front of a tiny table, spending entire days speaking through my pc to colleagues from all over Italy and Europe.
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#35 Urbanisation

Covid-19 has, at least temporarily, changed the way we use cities. Increases in distant working and the slowing down of public life in general have, on the one hand emphasised the meaning of the home environment [...]
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#36 Inequalities in education

In this conversation Beth Miller contend that amongst the clamour for schools to ‘return to normal’ teaching professionals need to step back, reflect on their Covid-19 experience, and use it as a springboard for creating schools for the twenty-first century.