Francesco Chiodelli is research fellow at the Gran Sasso Science Institute. His research focuses on themes of planning theory, urban conflicts, urban poverty and informality. He has published Gerusalemme Contesa. Dimensioni urbane di un conflitto (Carocci, 2012) and co-edited Cities to be tamed? Spatial investigations across the urban South (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014). His papers have appeared in a number of international journals including Journal of Urban Affairs, Urban Research and Practice, Geoforum, Cities, Planning Theory, Town Planning Review.
Urban Space, Pluralism and the Law (3 hours)
Wednesday May 27th – 2.30-5.30 pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2