Abstract Submission



July 20, 2019 by 23:59 pm (EST)




The topics of contribution can include but are not limited to:

  • Role of architectural and urban spaces in socio-political movements

  • Urban violence and informality

  • Mapping and visualizing techniques used in representing conflict

  • Spatial repertoires of contention

  • Politics of remembrance and visibility

  • Role of social media and virtual public sphere in relation to conflict

  • Walls, fences, and barricades

  • Occupation of public space and the making of autonomous zones, cities within cities

  • Borders, camps, and spaces of refugees

  • Wars and ruins

  • Fortified urban spaces

  • Public space and the right to the city


Please use the form to submit your full name, title, affiliation, a 250-300 word abstract along with your biography.

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