Session 1 – Wednesday 27.06, 14.30-16.00 Search your name: ctrl+ F
Choices and constraints in residential mobility Room: 01
Jaeeun Park, The Neighborhood Choices as Regards Unequal Residential Careers for the Middle Classes in Seoul
Montserrat Simó Solsona, Gemma Vilà Bosqued, Inequality and social vulnerability in urban sprawl: challenges for low-income groups living in Barcelona Metropolitan Region
Paul Watt, ‘This Pain of Moving, Moving, Moving’: Evictions, Displacement and Logics of Expulsion in London
Raffael Beier, Pictures of Contrast – Casablanca’s Tramway between Urban Inclusion and Exclusion
Session 2 – Wednesday 27.06, 14.30-16.00
Innovative quantitative analysis in Urban Sociology Room: 04
Juanjo Villalón, Inequalities of employment in Urban Regions. What can we discover with Census Data?
Jan Üblacker, Tracing the Evolution of Gentrification Research using Big Data & Text Mining
Tommaso Vitale, Bruno Cousin, Matteo Del Fabbro, Niccolò Morelli, Matteo Piolatto, The dynamic of residential segregation in Italian metropolises: Milan, Rome and Naples, 1991-2011.
Ángel Ramón, Zapata Moya, Cristina Mateos Mora, Clemente Jesús, Navarro Yáñez, Innovative cultural scenes promoting contemporary healthy lifestyles: a descriptive study in Spanish sub-municipal areas
Session 3 – Wednesday 27.06, 14.30-16.00
Mapping urban inequalities Room: 05
Estefanía Calo García, Placido Lizancos, Empty Coruña: a methodology to identify the impact of the financial crisis on the city body.
Nunzia Borrelli, Giulia Corti, How investigating food affordability in the city neighbourhoods. Defining a method of analysis and its implementation in the city of Milan
Helena Cermeno, Tracing cognitive maps of everyday urbanism: City-scapes as imaginaries and enacted everyday practices
Daniel Sorando, Sonia Arbaci, The dark side of Spanish urban regeneration programmes
Session 4 – Wednesday 27.06, 14.30-16.00
The role of culture and creativity in urban regeneration processes Room: 07
George Chatzinakos, In the Shadows of the City: The Role of Culture in the Production & Consumption of Suburbia
Alessandro Gerosa, Neighborhoods with multiple identities: the birth of creative communities and new orders of inequality in NoLo, Milan
Lorenzo Vicario, “New” Urban Policies and the “Bilbao Effect”: Urban Regeneration, Spatial Inequality and Gentrification in the New Bilbao
Montserrat Crespi-Vallbona, Marta Domínguez Pérez, City as cultural product. The cases of Madrid and Barcelona urban centers
Session 5 – Wednesday, 27.06, 16.30-18.00
Socio-spatial dimensions of urban inequalities 1 Room: 01
Cristina López Villanueva, Montserrat Crespi, Mª Trinidad Bretones, Andrés Coco, Lídia Daza, Màrius Domínguez, Arlinda Garcia Coll, Irene Maestro, Gemma Vilà, Life Conditions and (in)equality in urban peripheries. The case of urban sprawl at the Barcelona Metropolitan Region
Iraide Fernández, Patricia Campelo, Urban Inequality Relating to Foreign Population. The Case of Bilbao
Piotr Trzepacz, Walls under fire. Understanding spatiality of football conflict with the use of graffiti
Annegret Staiger, New Geography of the Prostitution Industries in Germany
Session 6 – Wednesday, 27.06, 16.30-18.00
Urban policies, citizenship and inclusion Room: 04
Rosa de la Fuente Fdez., Innovating in times of crisis: a new urban governance?
Nuha Al Sader, Reinout Kleinhans, Maarten van Ham, Entrepreneurial citizenship in urban policies and programmes for neighbourhood development
Nuria Alvarez Agüí, Who is to blame for stigmatisation? The debate on responsabilisation and ’empowerment’ in the French City Policy.
Fenna Smits, Beyond Dualism: Assembling Active Citizenship
Session 7 – Wednesday, 27.06, 16.30-18.00
Diverse neighbourhoods: uncertainties, interactions and identities Room: 05
Begoña Aramayona, Uncertainties and urban renovation: The contested construction of (in)security by neighbors in a working-class area of Madrid
Víctor Albert Blanco, Regulating religious diversity in urban space: The case of the Institute of Islamic Cultures in Paris
Rui Carvalho, Inter-ethnic capital: Social capital and inter-ethnic relations in twelve ethnically diverse European neighborhoods
M. Victoria Gómez, Cosmopolitanism & belonging
Session 8 – Wednesday, 27.06, 16.30-18.00
Urban change and new geographies of inequality Room: 07
Marta Domínguez, Gemma Vilà, Rise and Fall of Urban Centres In Changing Economic Contexts: Urban Policies, Housing Market and Inequality. The Case of Barcelona And Madrid
Ailen Suyai Pereyra, Changes in land use and the value of land, as variables that accentuate urban inequalities, in the City of Córdoba (Argentina).
Christoffer Berg , Sundbybergs stad and the production of a new social geography
Raimundo Otero, Alberto Rodríguez Barcón, Estefanía Calo García, María Cristina Fraga Canosa, The port transformation of the city of A Coruña: the articulation of a space of uncertainty in times of crisis
Session 9 – Wednesday, 27.06, 16.30-18.00
Gender and urban space Room: 08
Kristel Edelman, (In)visibility of gender relations in intercultural homes
Ana Luísa Silva Figueiredo, Ruy Sardinha Lopes, Graffiti women writers in São Paulo, Brazil: generational implication in social, political and cultural approaches
Blanca Valdivia, Do women and men have the same quality of life in cities? Towards a paradigm shift: the caring city
Sonia De Gregorio Hurtado, The introduction of the gender dimension in the Urban Agenda for the EU: An analysis and evidence-based recommendations
Session 10 – Thursday, 28.06, 11.30-13.00
Accessing collective urban memories Room: 01
Henrik Schultze, Spatial normalcy and collective remembering in a changing neighbourhood.
Mažvydas Karalius, Nuclear Memory in Post-Socialist Space: the Case of Former Mono-Functional Town of Visaginas.
Ewa Majdecka, Invisible life of inhabitants of the Old Town in Warsaw. Luísa Sales Metelo Seixas, “Memória das Avenidas”. Collaborative Research and community history — a shared strategy.
Session 11 – Thursday, 28.06, 11.30-13.00
Invisibility and uncertainty: refugees’ urban experiences Room: 04
Hara Kouki, Regina Mantanika, (In)visible contentious actors and migrants in the Greek urban landscape: From claim-based action to enacting change in the ‘here and now’ (2007-2017)
Martin Valdés-Stauber, Networking supportive ties in an unfamiliar environment: Asylum-Seekers and Refugees as City-Makers
Selin Sivis, Testing the Boundary-Making Approach: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Adana
Sebastian Kurtenbach, Hostile social spaces. Exclusion of refugees as a local normality
Session 12 – Thursday, 28.06, 11.30-13.00
The right to the city: contemporary debates Room: 05
Neil Gray, From the Right to the City to Take Over the City: Between Lefebvre and Italian Autonomy
Salma Belkebir, Reading Henri Lefebvre’s “The Right to the City”, 50 years later.
Antonietta Mazzette, Sara Spanu, Old and new rights to the city: is Lefebvre still current?
Kisnaphol Wattanawanyoo, The Right to the City and Lost in Translation/Application? The Bangkok Case of Urban Public Park Redevelopment and Community Resistance
Session 13 – Thursday, 28.06, 11.30-13.00
Urban regeneration: agenda, policies and outcomes Room: 07
Rosa Branco, Sónia Alves, Outcomes of Urban Requalification under Neoliberalism: A critical appraisal of the SRU model
Manuel Fernandez, Policy Networks and Impacts of Urban Regeneration Programmes.
Irene Gómez Ramírez, The policy frame of Urban Regeneration in Spain (1994-2013): The evolution of the urban agenda from URBAN I to the URBANA initiative
Roberto Falanga, Citizen participation in urban regeneration policies A comparative analysis of Lisbon and Rome
Session 14 – Thursday, 28.06, 11.30-13.00
Environmental consciousness and uncertainty in contemporary cities Room:_ 08
Renata Putkowska-Smoter, Greening the protest. The conflicts over greenery in Warsaw
Emilio Luque, Architects and urban planners facing climate change: how professional practices respond to (and generate) new uncertainties
Fronika de Wit, Ana Rita Matias, Climate justice and Amazonian Cities
Daniel Lopatnikov, Uncertainties and Inequalities Linked to the Transition Towards a New Mobility Paradigm. The City of Pamplona as a Case Study
Session 15 – Thursday, 28.06, 14.30-16.00
Gentrification and displacement 1 Room: 01
Cenk Ozbay, Uncertainties in an Atypical Gentrification Case: Class, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality in Hasanpasa Neighborhood, Istanbul
Anthony Miro Born, “Bizim Kiez!”: Multiple displacements and the case of Turkish shop owners in gentrifying Kreuzberg, Berlin
Pedro Miguel Almeida, One beach and two realities. Is the concept of gentrification applicable to the beach of Carcavelos experience?
Niloufar Vadiati, The career Legacy of London Olympic Games 2012 for Local East Londoners
Session 16 – Thursday 28.06, 14.30-16.00
Mobility as a factor of urban opportunities and inequalities Room: 04
Philip Corran, Achieving the everyday: Older disabled Londoner’s everyday mobility
Richard Crisp, Constrained’ spatial horizons: understanding propensity to commute in low income neighbourhoods in the UK
Emma Garnett, Visualising ‘mobile citizenship’: Exploring digital encounters with the city
Gabriele Manella, Tomaso Rimondi, “Free to move”? The opportunity to access services in two Italian inner areas
Session 17 – Thursday 28.06, 14.30-16.00
Public spaces: spaces of encounter Room: 05
Paweł Pistelok, Too polished to be public? Accessibility of city center spaces in the experience of its users
Orit Rotem-Mindali, Retail centers as places of encounter: Intra-urban socio-spatial inequalities
Daria Wójcik, Social Conflict over Urban Space at the Neighbourhood Level. A Socio-legal Case Study
Katrin Paadam, Liis Ojamäe, A way out of uncertainty: liberating the space and people. Redesigning the central area in the city of Tallinn.
Session 18 – Thursday 28.06, 14.30-16.00
Georg Simmel: contributions for Urban Sociology Room: 07
Andrea Glauser, Exploring social constellations by studying spatial orders – Georg Simmel’s contribution to urban sociology
Ognjen Caldarovic, Jana Vukic, Simmel’s concept of blasé attitude reconsidered
Svetlana Hristova, The Invisible Stranger in Bulgarian Public Realm – The Economy of Exclusion
Inês Vieira, João Pedro Nunes, Refugees and Borders: Simmel’s “The Stranger” and “Boundaries” as contributions to understand the social and territorial condition of contemporary refugees
Session 19 – Thursday 28.06, 14.30-16.00
Urban sustainability: practices and policies Room: 08
Fernando Martín-Consuegra, Agustín Hernandez Aja, Carmen Alonso, Ignacio Oteiza, Energy inequality caused by the obsolescence of residential construction. Urban imbalances in the case of Madrid
Michael Jonas, Do-It-Yourself Urbanism, sustainable practices and ways of life – a praxeological view
Jana Vukic, Ognjen Caldarovic, Sanja Klempic Bogadi, The impact of tourism on the sustainability of heritage cities: the example of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Christopher Young, Implications of sustainability policy on urban inequality: some examples from Switzerland
Session 20 – Thursday 28.06, 16.30-18.00
Collective action to meet urban challenges Room: 01
Maurizio Busacca, 3 Cuori and family policies in Veneto: the social space produced by an interactive platform
Talja Blokland, Maxim Felder, Marieke Prey, Coping with challenges or (re)producing inequalities: how organizing family resources affects the urban texture – a preliminary analyses
Sara De la Pinta, Redefining Citizenship: Collective Action´s Meanings in Transnational Social Spaces
Marta Klekotko, Urban inequalities and egalitarian scenes: relationality in urban place-making and identity-building and the paradox of egalitarianism
Session 21 – Thursday 28.06, 16.30-18.00
Gentrification and displacement 2 Room: 04
Kaan Kubilay Asar, Struggle, and Back Home: Retreat from Istanbul and the Socio-Spatial Restructuring of Kadikoy
Derek Hyra, Roots of the Riots: Inequality, Gentrification, and Segregation
Patricia Pereira , Rachel Almeida, Sávio Guimarães, Narratives of place and change: exploring commercial landscapes and everyday life in Brasilia and Lisbon
Marek Nowak, Sławomir Palicki, The “derail” of revitalization process. Socioeconomic interpretation based on case studies from Poznań and Szczecin (Poland)
Session 22 – Thursday 28.06, 16.30-18.00
Rethinking accumulation and deprivation Room: 05
Nadezhda Osipova, Inna Vershinina, Tatiana Martynenko, Spatial Inequality in modern Russia (the case of Moscow)
Marilynne Diggs-Thompson, Class, Power and Privilege in the New Philadelphia: Redefining the Limits of Brotherly Love
Javier Gil, Wealth redistribution or capital accumulation? The impact of Airbnb in the neoliberal city
Fernando Antón-Alonso, Urban deprivation in the metropolitan area of Barcelona. Institutional thickness as a factor to explain stability of high urban deprivation
Session 23 – Thursday 28.06, 16.30-18.00
Socio-spatial dimensions of urban inequalities 2 Room: 07
Néstor García Montes, Julio A. del Pino-Artacho, Socio-spatial distribution of risk and responsibility for environmental pollution by traffic. The case of Madrid.
Nese Nur Akkaya, A Reverse-Reading: Right to the City and Inequality Factors as a Reconciliation Tool
Iraide Fernández, Cristina Lavia, The Use of Factor Analysis In Urban Research: the Case of the Metropolitan Area of Bilbao
Amaia Izaola Argüeso, The Distribution of Others In Urban Space
Session 24 – Thursday 28.06, 16.30-18.00
Inequalities and local policies Room: 08
Natalia Pauletto Fragalle, London Calling: the ‘City-Brand’ Vs ‘the Real City’
Alexandra Delgado-Jiménez, Urban planning policies of the city of Madrid since the beginning of the economic crisis, 2007-2017: ¿Change the urban model?
Ladin Bayurgil, Caught between economic gain and political opposition: How do homeowners manage uncertainties surrounding the urban transformation in Istanbul?
Session 25 – Friday 29.06, 11.30-13.00
Local public participation and its actors Room: 01
Kamil Brzeziński, Agnieszka Michalska-Żyła, What do the residents of the city want? Participatory Budgeting as a simple way of measuring the quality of living conditions.
Natalya Kostko, Social activity of citizens as a resource in managing the development of the city
Jordi Nofre, João C.Martins, Cristiana Pires , Lisbon Nightlife Commission: Promoting Co-Participative Governance in the ‘Party City’.
Simeon Hassemer, (Political) Publics and Their Actors – Forms of Urban Participation in the Viennese Context
Session 26 – Friday 29.06, 11.30-13.00
Housing and neighbourhood movements: resistance and solidarity Room: 04
María Gómez Garrido, M. Antònia Carbonero Gamundí, Anahí Viladrich, The rebirth of neighbourhood movements in Madrid after the 15M: Collective strategies against individual uncertainties
Anna Grau Casajust, Towards the Decommodification of Housing?: an analysis of the interpretative frameworks of the struggles for housing in Spain since emancipation
Noel Antonio Manzano Gómez, María Castrillo Romón, From “chabolas” to invisible squats: a reflection on the residential informality evolution in Madrid
Clara Rivas Alonso Perceptions of Belonging and Resistance in the Face of State-led Gentrification in a Militarized Neighbourhood of Istanbul.
Session 27 – Friday 29.06, 11.30-13.00
Urban youth and cities of tomorrow Room:05
Susanne Frank, The Digital Natives and the Future City: Contradictions and Ambivalences
Lea Kőszeghy, Adrienne Csizmady, Housing career prospects of young people in a super-homeownership environment: the case of Budapest, Hungary
Shadi Mehrabi, On Being a Visible Minority Student in the Canadian Society: Uncertainties and Complexities
Inês Almeida, Marluci Menezes, Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Joana Solipa Batista, Teenagers as co-researchers in the production of inclusive public spaces. Insights from a Living Lab in Lisbon.
Session 28 – Friday 29.06, 11.30-13.00
Urban insecurity and stigmatization Room: 07
Talja Blokland, Vojin Serbedzija, Insecurity’, ‘crime’, ‘youth’: A micro-level analyses of the construction of uncertainty and symbolic violence in Berlin, Germany
Abdul Rauf, Howell Muhammad Zaman, Global street codes: evidence from a cross-cultural comparison of violent related norms
Riccardo Valente, Perceived disorder and territorial stigmatization in urban contexts
Session 29 – Friday 29.06, 14.30-16.00
Emotion, city and citizenship Room: 01
Nina Margies, Rubén Díez García, Struggling with uncertainty. The role of emotions in new workspaces in cities
Tal Shamur, Melancholic Citizenship in the South Tel Aviv Protest against Global Migration
Andrzej Bukowski, Marta Smagacz-Poziemska, Practices of care. Neutralisation of urban inequalities.
Sessions 30 – Friday 29.06, 14.30-16.00
Initiatives promoting local citizenship Room: 04
Abbas Faghih Khorasani, Mohammad Reza Javadi Yeganeh, Mohammad Hossein Jahanbazi, Re-identification of Tehran Citizens through the Community Houses
Ricardo Bento, Musical alterities of a social neighbourhood in Lisbon. Sound of jazz as a way to transform urban practices
Elena del Barrio, Ainara Miren Iturburu, Nerea Almazán, Sara Marsillas, Sacramento Pinazo, Mayte Sancho, Promoting active citizenship in the Age-Friendly Basque Country project
Mare Knibbe, Hybridization of places as a social response to welfare reforms
Session 31 – Friday 29.06, 14.30-16.00
Social responses to contemporary urban challenges Room: 05
Maria-Christina Vogkli, The Homeless City in crisis: Spaces of provision and care in Athens on the verge of collapse
Dawid Krysiński, In the Name of Social Inclusion that Perpetuates Exclusion. When and how Art and Social Activation Reproduce Inequalities in Urban Communities?
Vasiliki Simitopoulou, Shaping (in) the 3rd wave | Architecture in the first decades of the 21st Century
Session 32 – Friday 29.06, 14.30-16.00
Inequalities and urban planning Room: 07
Emanuele Stochino, Urban and Social Planning Policy in the Bronx and South Manhattan and Different Expressions of Art from the 60s to the 80s.
Julia Helena Tabbita, Housing informality in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Region: A critical assessment for land and regularization policies implementation
Vandini Mehta, Rohit Raj Mehndiratta, The Uncertainty of Rehabilitating the Poor
Marco Aurélio Zazyki, Brazilian Urban Property Rights and Social Welfare