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MSc Building and Urban Design in Development staff publications

A selection of the most recent publications of the MSc Building and Urban Design in Development staff.

MSc Building and Urban Design in Development - staff publications
Camillo Boano
  • Boano, C., & Astolfo, G. (2020). Inhabitation as more-than-dwelling. Notes for a renewed spatial grammarInternational Journal of Housing Policy. doi:10.1080/19491247.2020.1759486
  • Boano, C., & Astolfo, G. (2020). Notes around Hospitality as Inhabitation Engaging with the Politics of Care and Refugees’ Dwelling Practices in the Italian Urban ContextMigration and Society: Advances in Research, Vol 3, 222-232. doi:10.3167/arms.2020.030118
  • Boano, C., & Astolfo, G. (2020). The imperfect ethics of hospitality: Engaging with the politics of care and refugees’ dwelling practices in the Italian urban context. In E. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh (Ed.), Refuge in a Moving World Tracing refugee and migrant journeys across disciplines. London: UCL PRESS.
  • Astolfo, G., & Boano, C. (2020). The imperfect ethics of hospitality: Engaging with the politics of care and refugees’ dwelling practices in the Italian urban context. In E. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh (Ed.), Refuge in a Moving World. Tracing refugee and migrant journeys across disciplines. UCL Press. doi:10.14324/111.9781787353176
  • Astolfo, G., Marten Caceres,, R., Palaiologou,, G., Boano, C., & Manley, E. (2020). The role of data collection, mapping and analysis in the reproduction of refugeeness and migration discourses: reflections from the Refugee Spaces project. In D. Specht (Ed.), Mapping Crisis Participation, Datafic. London: University of London Press.
  • Astolfo, G., & Boano, C. (2020). ‘Unintended cities’ and inoperative violence. Housing resistance in YangonPlanning Theory and Practice.Astolfo, G., & Boano, C. (2019). Affordable housing policy and practices: case studies review. London.
  • Desmaison, B., Boano, C, Astolfo, G., (2018), CASA [Ciudades Auto-Sostenibles Amazónicas]: desafíos y oportunidades para la sostenibilidad de los proyectos de reasentamiento poblacional preventivo en la Amazonía Peruana, Medio Ambiente y Urbanizacion, Mayo 2018, pp:149-178. Boano, C, (2018) Design under erasure: plasticity, transformation and the role of architecture, BUDDlab n.10, pp: 26-29. Available at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/development/sites/bartlett/files/buddlab_2018_-_final_0.pdf
  • Boano, C, Martén, R (2018) Think Urban and Learn from the City: Exploring Urban Dimensions of Humanitarianism. Summary Report. Urban Crises Learning Partnership (UCLP). Available at: https://www.alnap.org/helplibrary/think-urban-and-learn-from-the-city-exploring-urban-dimensions-of-humanitarianism
  • Carpi. E., Boano, C., (2018) Border towns: humanitarian assistance in peri-urban areas, Humanitarian Practice Network, Available at: https://odihpn.org/magazine/border-towns-humanitarian-assistance-in-peri-urban-areas/
  • Insulza J., Boano, C., Wirshing C., (2018) Gentrification in (Re)construction: Talca's Neighbourhoods post 2010 earthquake, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment , Vol. 9 Issue: 2, pp.170-183
  • Carpi. E., Boano, C., (2018) Humanitarianism in an Urban Lebanese Setting: Missed Opportunities. Legal Agenda.  Available at: http://legal-agenda.com/en/article.php?id=4211
  • Boano, C., Talocci G., (2018) Inoperative Design: ‘Not Doing’ and the experience of the Community Architects Network, CITY, Vol. 21(6), pp: 860-871.
  • Boano, C., Vergara Perucich, F., (2018) Neoliberlism and Urban development in Latin America. The Case of Santiago. London: Routledge, pp. 182.
  • Ortiz, C., Boano, C., (2018) The Medellin' shifting geopolitics of informality: the Encircled Garden as a dispositif of civil disenfranchisement?  In J. Rokem, C. Boano, eds. Urban Geopolitics. Rethinking Planning in Contested Cities. London: Routledge, pp: 189-208.
  • Rokem, J. Boano, C., (2018) Introduction: towards contested urban geopolitics on a global scale, in Urban Geopolitics.
  • Rethinking Planning in Contested Cities . London: Routledge, pp: 1-14.
  • Rokem, J. Boano, C., (2018) Urban Geopolitics. Rethinking Planning in Contested Cities . London: Routledge, pp. 246.
  • Boano,C., (2017) Inequality, Informality, Insecurity: the Challenges of Urban Design, in Degli Esposti, L., ed., Milan Capital of the Modern, Barcelona: ACTAR, pp: 402-404.
  • Senat, R, Barron, R, Boano, C, Carpi, E, Leon, BLM and Meaney, M (2017) Making Community Engagement a Priority: A Case-Study on Earthquake Response in Simon Pelé, Haiti. Summary Report. Urban Crises Learning Partnership (UCLP). Available at: http://pubs.iied.org/G04285/?a=R+Senat
  • Boano, C., (2017) Pathways Towards the Resilient City. Presupposition of Equality and Active justice in Bangkok, in Allen, A., Griffin, L., Johnson, C., eds. Environmental Justice and Urban Resilience in the Global South . Palgrave McMillan: NY, pp: 137-152.
  • Boano, C., (2017) Una arquitectura cualquiera -El urbanismo de excepción . ARQDOCS. ARQ Ediciones, Santiago. Chile.
  • Fiori, J., Rigon, A., Carpi, E., Dicker, S., Field, J., Mookherjee, Y., Dutt Tiwari, A., Espada, F., Boano, C., Johnson C., (2017) Overview: Refugee self-reliance in urban markets – Halba, Delhi, and Thessaloniki , in Fiori, J., A. Rigon, eds., Making Lives: Refugee Self-Reliance and Humanitarian Action in Cities. London: Humanitarian Affairs Team, Save the Children, London, pp: 105-114.
  • Talocci G, Boano, C., (2017) The de-politicization of housing policies: the case of Borei Keila land sharing in Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, International Journal of Housing Policy, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19491247.2017.1298365 .
  • Wageman, E., Boano, C., (2017) Disaster Risk Reduction cum Climate Change Adaptation in the context of Housing and Settlements, in Kelman, I., Mercer, J., Gaillard JC, eds, Routledge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation, Rutledge, p: 481- 490.
  • Boano, C., (2017) Disruptive Design: on design gestures, breathing and not-doing (I. Doucet, interviewer), Candide Journal , N.10, pp:113.
  • Boano, C., (2017) The Ethics of a Potential Urbanism. Critical Encounters between Giorgio Agamben and Architecture.  London: Routledge
  • Talocci, G., Boano, C., (2017) Phnom Penh’s Relocation Sites and the Obliteration of Politics in, Brickell, C and S. Springler eds., Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. London, Rutledge, pp: 245-257.
  • Vergara Perucich, F., Boano, C., (2016) Bajo escasez. ¿Media casa basta? Reflexiones sobre el Pritzker de Alejandro Aravena.Revista de Arquitectura  Vol. 21 · N° 31, Noviembre 2016, Arquitecturas colectivas, pp. 37-46.
  • Boano, C., Talocci, G. (2014). The (in)operative power: architecture and the reclaim of social relevance. STUDIO magazine (6)
  • Boano, C., Leclair-Paquet, B. (2014). Potential, freedom and space: Reflections on Agamben’s potentialities in the West Bank. Space and Polity, 1-22
  • Boano, C., Wade, A., & Lamarca, M. G. (2014). Deconstructing and recalibrating urban design in the global south. Explorations in Urban Design: An Urban Design Research Primer, Michael Carmona ed. London: Ashgate, pp: 25-34
  • Boano, C., Kelling, E., (2013) Toward an Architecture of Dissensus: Participatory Urbanism in South-East Asia. Footprint 13 (vol. 7/2) The Participatory Turn in Urbanism, pp: 41-62

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