[Colloque international] “Towards Sustainable Rural-Urban Development of Human Settlement -The Asian-African Collaborative Network” – Tongji Shanghai (Chine) – 11 au 14 mai 2024

Le colloque international “Towards Sustainable Rural-Urban Development of Human Settlement -The Asian-African Collaborative Network” aura lieu au College of Architecture and Urban Planning (CAUP), Tongji University, Shanghai (Chine) du 11 au 14 mai 2024.

Organisateurs

Organisateur : Department of Urban Planning, CAUP, Tongji University
Co-organisateur : Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute, Tongji University Leadership Tranning Center of Urban-Rural Development, Young scholars’ Committee of Urban Planning Society of China

Contributions membres UMR AUSser

Cristiana Mazzoni (directrice UMR AUSser, Professeure en ville et territoires à l’énsa de Paris-Belleville) : Vernacular courtyard housing on the ancient Silk Road: local responses and model transfer

Andrea Palmioli (membre associée IPRAUS/AUSser, Professeur associé, University of Nottingham Ningbo (Chine)) : Mapping the Horizontal Metropolis: Comparative Urbanism in the Yangtze River Delta

Présentation

The conference, titled “Towards Sustainable Rural-Urban Development of Human Settlement: The Asian-African Collaborative Network,” features parallel sessions focusing on the “Theory and Practice of Urbanising Asia and Africa,” along with two thematic roundtables addressing “Approaches and Pathways for Asia-Africa Collaborations.”
Over the course of the two-day main program, the conference will host senior and junior scholars from North, South, East, and West Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, and Europe. Together, they will delve into the non linear processes and multiply challenges of urbanisation in Asia and Africa. Through such ‘comparative gesture’ or ‘mutual referencing and dialogue’, the conference aims to establish a foundation of the “Asia-Africa Collaborative Network”.
Additionally, an early-career scholars’ workshop, titled “Doing Mobile Ethnography: Learning from the Other ‘Other’,” will gather young scholars selected through an international open call. They will engage in collaborative discussions with workshop mentors to reflect on methodological issues and research challenges around doing fieldwork in the Global South.

Programme



Citer ce billet
Pascal Fort (2024, 13 mai). [Colloque international] “Towards Sustainable Rural-Urban Development of Human Settlement -The Asian-African Collaborative Network” – Tongji Shanghai (Chine) – 11 au 14 mai 2024. Carnet de veille UMR AUSser. Consulté le 15 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/11nwp

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