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Fabre, Elodie (author)
Facing the neo-liberalisation of the city, "the furtive monument" is a path across the city, combining programs of the body, the mind and the politics, in order to reach a state of empowerment. Based on a situationist drift, architectural interventions transform the way the city of Rotterdam is experienced, not based on profit but based on...
master thesis 2023
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Jacobs, Gijs (author)
Berlin’s history of oppression gives it an interesting role in the development in European thought. In this project, that history is recontextualised through the story of electronic dance music (EDM) and used as a basis for an alternative approach to both old &amp; new potential models of society.<br/>The project attempts to create the...
master thesis 2023
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Vida, Philomena (author)
Challenging a predominant focus in academia on studying societal and spatial challenges primarily in the Global South or non-Western environments, this project investigates the urban fabric and hidden socio-political mechanisms of precarity in the city of Munich, Germany. Houselessness appears as the manifestation of a global housing crisis and...
master thesis 2023
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Luesink, Amber (author)
Inequality in the city of Amsterdam is growing. While in the 70s, the city was described as a prime example of a Just City, the contemporary metropolis is growing as a city of the elite. Neoliberal planning in recent decades has focused on attracting knowledge workers to Amsterdam with a strategy of privatization, deregulation and...
master thesis 2023
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Todorova, Izabel (author)
The Future Bank is a reconstruction project, designed for the existing building of the National Bank of Belgium. However, it is also an act of exploration into the potential of built capital, regardless “good” or “bad”, to be transformed to communicate contemporary ideas and to represent different values than the ones which were at play at the...
master thesis 2022
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Fabre, Elodie (author)
Facing the new challenges of the neoliberal building industry, the architect's profession seems to be evolving. This report studies the case of the French architectural profession and its transformation throughout the development of neoliberalism. An architectural magazine is used as the source to understand these mechanisms.
student report 2022
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Ahmed, Nabeela (author), Baker, Alexander G. (author), Bhattacharya, Akash (author), Cawood, Sally (author), Cabrera Pacheco, Ana Julia (author), Daniel, Mallo Maren (author), Grandi, Matheus (author), Lata, Lutfun Nahar (author), Verbeek, T. (author)
We are an international collective of Early Career Academics (ECAs) who met throughout 2020 to explore the implications of COVID-19 on precarious academics. With this intervention, our aims are to voice commonly shared experiences and concerns and to reflect on the extent to which the pandemic offers opportunities to redefine Higher Education...
journal article 2022
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Kockelkorn, A.M. (author), Schmid, Christian (author), Streule, Monika (author), Wong, Kit Ping (author)
This article compares how state-initiated mass housing urbanization has contributed to processes of peripheralization in three very different historical and geopolitical settings: in Paris from the 1950s to the 1990s in Hong Kong from the 1950s to 2010s and in Mexico City from the 1990s to the 2010s. We understand mass housing urbanization as...
journal article 2022
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van den Heuvel, Jeroen (author)
Since the neoliberal implementation in the government plans of Rotterdam in 1987, the vision of the city changed quite radically. A decade before the change, the city rejected high-rise buildings. But since this new vision, called ‘Nieuw Rotterdam’, got approved, Rotterdam implemented a high-rise vision which made the city as it is today;...
master thesis 2021
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Schwake, G. (author)
The Israeli Community Settlements are small-scale non-agricultural villages that consist of a limited number of families and a homogenous character. This method began to be used by the Israeli government and its different planning agencies during the 1970s as a tool to strengthen the state's territorial and demographical control over the Israeli...
journal article 2021
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Thomas, A.R. (author)
book chapter 2020
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Schwake, G. (author)
Settling in Palestine is an integral part of the national revival of the Jewish nation, which eventually led to the establishment of the state of Israel. This paper defines the Practical Zionism territorial strategy as a Settle and Rule mechanism that evolved through four periods of development, from the pre-state era to the post-state era:...
journal article 2020
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Schwake, G. (author)
The ‘Stars’ are series of suburban settlements adjacent to the border with the occupied West-Bank which illustrate the increasing privatisation of the Israeli settlement mechanism. Unlike earlier examples, which were dictated by pioneer ideology or individualistic attempts to achieve better living standards, during the 1990s the state adopted...
journal article 2020
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Schwake, G. (author)
Housing and settlement played a key role in the formation of an Israeli society and its territorial project. While earlier frontier settlement relied on the rural sector and on peripheral development towns, with the liberalisation and privatisation of the local economy it was incorporated in the nationwide suburbanisation process. Eventually,...
journal article 2020
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Moya Ortiz, Diego (author)
Metropolization process in Santiago de Chile has been strongly influenced by neoliberal rationale in the field of urban planning. A diffuse interaction between the forces of the urban land market, national-global trends of capital agglomeration and fragmented governance have led to a highly segregated socio-spatial structure. These processes...
master thesis 2019
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Ndegwah, David J. (author), Kroesen, J.O. (author)
The neoliberal approach dominating the globalization process is criticized in this contribution as not working for the promotion of entrepreneurship in the Kenyan situation. It is a shortcut of the Western social and economic heritage in the first place. It has a limited understanding of human beings as only consisting of needs which should be...
conference paper 2017
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Li, X. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Neoliberal politics in China have changed the roles of, and the interrelationships between, the state, the market and society in urban restructuring. Since 2008, the central state has initiated the Shantytown Redevelopment Projects (SRPs) to improve the living conditions of low-income residents. Between 2008 and 2012, about 12.6 million...
working paper 2016
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Chagas Cavalcanti, A.R. (author)
This article explores a concept of autonomous architecture that is endemic to post-neoliberal labour systems. Current housing production is directly influenced by the commodification process of living and by social practice tunes, which influence the space production. This directly implies city porosity, creative classes, knowledge economy,...
conference paper 2016
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Kemerink-Seyoum, J.S. (author)
Since the 1980s a major change took place in public policies for water resources management. The role of governments shifted under this reform process from an emphasis on investment in the development, operation and maintenance of water infrastructure to a focus on managing water resources systems by stipulating general frameworks and defining...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Daane Bolier, M.D.S. (author)
Alternative urban development strategy for Newark, N.J.
master thesis 2010
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