Giulio Giovannoni

Giulio Giovannoni is a researcher at the University of Florence, Department of Architecture, and a former research fellow at John’s Hopkins University, Institute for Policy Studies. He has recently been a visiting scholar at Berkeley University, College of Environmental Design. His research focuses on suburbs, sprawl, and on Tuscan cultural history. He is the author of Governare il territorio. Una riflessione sul caso toscano (Angeli, 2004), Contenumento urbano, piano e mercato. Il caso dell’Oregon e dell’area di Portland (Alinea, 2010), as well as the author of numerous essays including “Everyday Tuscany and the Politics of Landscape Purification” (Dakam, 2014), and “Utopias and Dystopias in Narratives about Tuscany” (Inter-Disciplinary, 2015, in course of publication).

Designed Space and Lived Space (6 hours)
Tuesday Feb 24th 2015, 9.30am-0.30pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2
Tuesday Feb 24th 2015, 2.30-5.30pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2

Hyperreality and Urban Space (3 hours)
Friday Feb 27th 2015, 9.30am–0.30pm, Room 7M, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2

Identity, History, and the Production of Urban Space (3 hours)
Wednesday March 18th – 2.30pm-5.30pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2

Introduction to urban research (6 hours)
Wednesday April 8th – 2.30-5.30pm, Room 7M, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2
Wednesday April 15th – 2.30-5.30pm, Room 7M, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2

Urban Space as a Contested Space (2 hours)
Wednesday April 29th – 2.30-5.30 pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2

Concluding Session (3 hours)
Giulio Giovannoni, Silvia Ross
Tuesday June 16th – 2.30-5.30 pm, Aula Pietre, Palazzo di San Clemente, Via Micheli 2