viernes, 6 de mayo de 2016

Participación de Ana Falú en la mesa debate sobre Ciudades Globales junto a Saskia Sassen

9 de Mayo de 2016, PARIS, FRANCIA

Primer encuentro mesa-debate sobre “Ciudades Globales”

> Bienvenida a cargo de Olivier Bouin (CEM) y Adil Jazouli (CGET)
> Presentación del Programa Científico por Saskia Sassen y Richard Sennett

> Mesa debate sobre "calles globales" con Saskia Sassen, Sophie Body-Gendrot (University Paris-Sorbonne), Luca Palmas (Genoa University), Giuliano Battiston (journalist l'Espresso, Manifesto), Ana Falú (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba).
Project: The project focuses on the importance of indeterminate urban space in our increasingly complex and often divided cities. The key aspect pursued in this project supported by the Collège d’études mondiales is whether such indeterminate space, here generically named as the global street, can gradually bridge between communities that experience themselves as isolated, suspect, neglected, and the larger public realm.

> Mesa debate Theatrum Mundi con Richard Sennett y Adam Kaasa (London School of Economics and Political Science).

Theatrum Mundi is a network of people from the performing and visual arts, the built environment disciplines, from across the academy and community and social collectives. Based in London, it activates projects, meetings, and research in cities around the world.