Minimally Disruptive Urbanism

  • Ewing, S. (Chair)
  • Paredes Maldonado, M. (Presenter)
  • Karami, S. (Contributor)
  • Carlsson, M. (Presenter)
  • Matt Bouamrane (Presenter)
  • Mosselson, A. (Presenter)
  • Lily Chi (Chair)
  • Jesse LeCavalier (Presenter)
  • Anne Weber (Presenter)
  • Farzin Lotfi-Jam (Presenter)
  • Asya Uzmay (Presenter)
  • Chris L. Smith (Chair)
  • Hannes Frykholm (Presenter)
  • Leigh-Anne Hepburn (Presenter)
  • Matthew Gill (Presenter)
  • Sophia Maalsen (Presenter)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

Description

The project will explore and document case
studies that develop new knowledge about
the impact of minimally disruptive urbanism,
a concept established in the medical field,
informing practitioners’ approach to complex
health situations. Despite the scale of national and
international investment in the multiple ecological
and political crises that play themselves out in
urban environments, there is relatively little work
as yet done on how novel synergies may foster
reparative knowledge. The project aims to support
a nascent network of international researchers
operating in the shared territories of architecture
and urbanism, environmental humanities and
ecologically informed and activist practises.
The Symposium forms part of a series of
collaborative activities taking place in 2022-23.
The project particularly welcomes early career
researchers.
Period22 Jun 202323 Jun 2023
Event typeSymposium
LocationEdinburgh, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational