Informality as Control: The Legal Geography of Colonization of the West Bank

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Informality as Control: The Legal Geography of Colonization of the West Bank
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  CITIES TO BE TAMED? Standards and alternatives in the spatial transformation of the urban South PROMOTERS Spazicontesi/Contestedspaces   Francesco Chiodelli, Beatrice De Carli, Maddalena Falletti, Lina Scavuzzo SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE  Alessandro Balducci   (Politecnico di Milano), Camillo Boano (University College London)  , Bruno De Meulder   (KU Leuven),  Jorge Fiori   (AA School of Architecture), Nabeel Hamdi   (Oxford Brookes University),  Agostino Petrillo  (Politecnico di Milano),  Antonio Tosi   (Politecnico di Milano). with the support of Department of Architecture and Planning (DiAP)  and School of Architecture and Society / Politecnico di Milano in collaboration with Laboratory of International Cooperation (DiAP) DIPARTIMENTO DI ARCHITETTURA E PIANIFICAZIONESCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA E SOCIETÀPOLITECNICO DI MILANO  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE - 15/17 NOVEMBER 2012Politecnico di Milano - Department of Architecture and Planning - School of Architecture and Society  CITIES TO BE TAMED? Standards and alternatives in the spatial transformation of the urban SouthBOOK OF ABSTRACTS INDEX1 | VISIONING HOW SMALL SCALE PROJECTS COULD BE STRATEGICALLY EXTENDED TO LARGE SCALE LONG TERM INTERVENTIONS. A lesson from Uganda Elena Archipovaite 2 | RAMALLAH: FROM “SUMUD” [RESILIENCE] TO CORPORATE IDENTITY Natasha Aruri  3 | INSURGENT SPATIALITY IN INFORMAL CAIRO. Recovering Vernacular Patterns in the Contested Metropolis Elisa Bertagnini, Michele Morbidoni  4 | BEYOND URBAN INFORMALITY: HOUSING MARKETS AS HIDDEN SIDE OF PLANNING. A Case Study of Ahmedabad (India).  Anthony Boanada-Fuchs 5 | TRANSFORMATIVE AND COMPETITIVE PLANNING REGIMES: SOUTH AFRICA AND LEBANON Scott A. Bollens 6 | THE TRANSNATIONAL DIMENSION OF CONTEMPORARY URBAN LANDSCAPE IN MOROCCO  Alice Buoli  7 | “UNRAVELING SPACES OF REPRESENTATION THROUGH INSURGENT PLANNING ACTIONS” Ignacio Castillo Ulloa 8 | FOLLOWING RITTEL TO THE URBAN ‘SOUTH-EAST’. DIRTY HANDS, AND THE CONTESTATION OF SPACE AND ETHICS IN PLANNING  Jeffrey Chan Kok Hui, Faith Wong 9 | THE MISCHIEVOUS CITY. The Kolkata Irregulars and the Outsmarting of Neoliberal Urbanisation  Antarin Chakrabarty 10 | GOVERNING INFORMALITY: THE “JUGAAD” STATE IN MUMBAI Shahana Chattaraj   INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE - 15/17 NOVEMBER 2012Politecnico di Milano - Department of Architecture and Planning - School of Architecture and Society 11 | T HE CITY OF TSHWANE, SOUTH AFRICA – SOME NEW PLANNING GAMES AIMED AT (RE)SHAPING AND NURTURING SPACES, PLACES AND FACES. A ‘blue-sky thinking aproach’ in 󿬁ghting back ‘the dark side of (apartheid) planning’  Johnny Coetzee, Marica Retief 12 | PRAGMATIC PLANNING: EXTENDING WATER AND ELECTRICITY NETWORKS IN IRREGULAR SETTLEMENTS OF LIMA, PERU Laure Criqui  13 | CAN VERNACULAR HELP URBAN POOR?Dimensions of urban poverty and future directions using vernacular solutions Marwa Dabaieh 14 | THE PLANNED INFORMALITY. The Case of Kufr Aqab Neighborhood in Jerusalem North Muna Dajani, Daniela De Leo, Nura Alkhalili 15 | THE GAP BETWEEN VISIONS AND POLICIES: HOUSING THE POOR AND URBAN PLANNING IN GHANA Esther Yeboah Danso-Wiredu, Maarten Loopmans 16 | THE EXTERNALITY OF DISPLACEMENT IN SLUM UPGRADING INITIATIVES. Case: Nairobi, Kenya Sophie De Feyter  17 | LESSONS FROM ‘THE OTHER SIDE’. Post-colonial Ideals and Everyday Inhabitation in the Michenzani blocks, Zanzibar  Annelies De Nijs 18 | EXTREME PLANNING: CAN YOU TAME A CITY IN CONFLICT? M. Hassan Ebrahimi  19 | BROWNFIELDS IN G.C.R. A Neglected Potential for Re-development the Old City Samah M. El-Khateeb, Ahmed Sami Abd Elrahman 20 | INFORMAL AREAS VERSUS TRADITIONAL HISTORICAL QUARTERS. Understanding the urban and spatial values of the informal areas Manal M. F. El-Shahat, Ina Ketterer   CITIES TO BE TAMED? Standards and alternatives in the spatial transformation of the urban SouthBOOK OF ABSTRACTS 21 | EMPOWERING PEOPLE IN EGYPTIAN INFORMAL AREAS BY PLANNING. Towards an Intelligent Model of Interpretation Manal M. F. El-Shahat, Samah M. El-Khateeb 22 | (IR)RATIONAL U(DYS)TOPIAS? SITES AND SERVICES IN NAIROBI Bruce Githua 23 | GOOD INTENTIONS: THE PRODUCTION OF URBAN PUBLIC SPACE IN SOUTH AFRICA Theresa Gordon 24 | URBAN FORM REHABILITATION OF THE INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS IN EGYPT Essam Abdelsalam Gouda 25 | POLICY PERSPECTIVES AND PRACTICES IN THE URBAN SOUTH. Stereotypical Notions versus Realities in Nairobi, Kenya  Joseph Kedogo, Johannes Hamhaber  26 | CHECKERED URBANISM. A Case Study on the Dualities of Culture and Economy in the Muddled Urbanization of Amman (Jordan): As-Sahel.  Joud Khasawneh 27 | BIO-POLITICAL MACHINES AND CAMPS OF MIDDLE-CLASS. The architecture of Tehran 1921-1979 Hamed Khosravi  28 | DISPLACEMENT AS AN EXTERNALITY IN PLANNING?  Julia King 29 | SOVEREIGNTY, PLANNING AND GRAY SPACE: ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION IN SARAJEVO, NICOSIA AND JERUSALEM. Oren Yiftachel, Olivier Legrand  30 | CAIRO THE COMBAT LAND. The City Layered Mohamed Alaa Mandour  31 | RE-ENVISIONING INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS AND HIV AND AIDS TOGETHER Colin Marx  32 | SOCIO-SPATIAL PATTERNS. The backbone of informal settlement regeneration Carmen Mendoza Arroyo, Pere Vall Casas
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