Apr 30, 2014
from 01:15 PM to 02:15 PM
|Where||Classroom, Department of Architecture|
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This presentation aims to address the spatial and temporal dimensions of urban conflict in the walled city of Nicosia in an attempt to a) further facilitate an understanding of the ways in which urban form influences social outcomes in divided cities and b) explore whether socio-spatial patterns of urban conflicts may have roots in the past and may be better understood as being conditioned by the interaction between “inherited” spatial configuration and contemporary life.