Theme V.1 Informality and Spatial Confinement Across the Global Order: Every Day and Policy Perspectives

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: 419
RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Silvia PASQUETTI, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom and Giovanni PICKER, Higher School of Economics, Russia
The Comprised Mobility of Moscow's Labour Migrants: States of Exception in a Super-Diverse City (Oral Presentation)
John ROUND, Higher School of Economics, Russia; Irina KUZNETSOVA, Kazan Federal University, Russia

Memory, Resistance and the Everyday: Spatial Practices in the Rebuilding of Nahr El-Bared Camp (Oral Presentation)
Dounia SALAMÉ, Inst National Recherche Scientifique, Canada

Finding Shelter in Denver: Multiple Regimes of Spatial Order and Multiple Coping Strategies (Oral Presentation)
Stephen KOESTER, University of Colorado Denver, USA; Sig LANGEGGER, Akita International University, Japan

The Efficiency of Exclusion: Gated Communities, Informality and Social Mobilization in Mexico City (Oral Presentation)
Frank MUELLER, Free University Berlin, Germany; Ramiro SEGURA, National Research Council (CONICET), Argentina

Contested Spaces. Informality, Dwelling and Spatial Governance in Berlin (Distributed Paper)
Hanna HILBRANDT, The Open University, United Kingdom