Inclusion and tensions in the Matanza-Riachuelo basin.
Dilemmas of socio-spatial integration in Buenos Aires
Margarita Gutman (director)
Complex problems require complex approaches. The Matanza-Riachuelo river basin is a paradigmatic case of strong social and spatial tensions and asymmetries. To understand and cope with these problems requires analysis at multiple scales and knowledges, management and public policies.
Following the interdisciplinary tradition of urban studies, the authors of this book articulate knowledge related to social dynamics, typical of the social and anthropological sciences, with that knowledge enunciated by the design disciplines dealing with urban physical space.
Andrea Arosa – Adriana Clemente – José Dadón – Javier Fernández Castro – Verónica Gallardo – Margarita Gutman- Mónica Lacarrieu – Vanesa Marazzi – Ariel Misuraca – Javier Nesprías – Miguel Pich-Aguilera – Ariel Pradelli – Ximena Puppo – Domingo Risso Patron – Juan Pablo Scaglia – Matías Torres – Laura Wainer
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BUENOS AIRES
ON SOCIAL MARGINALITIES
Join us to share the comments of two renowned representatives of the academic and political field of Argentina:
Roberto Doberti, PHDi in Architecture, National University of Rosario and Architect, University of Buenos Aires. He is currently Professor Emeritus of the University of Buenos Aires. He has created and directed, among others, the Institute of Human Spatiality and the Doctoral Program at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires, and the Latin American Association for Theory of Inhabiting.
Antonio Colicigno, Master in Design and Management of Social Programs, FLACSO and Specialist in Educational Dimension in Social Projects, Loyola University, USA and Center for Research and Development of Education CIDE, Santiago de Chile. He is currently Secretary General of Coordination of Management and Innovation in the Municipality of La Matanza, and Professor of History at the Faculty of Humanities and Educational Sciences, National University of La Plata
May 19, 2021
17:00 hs, Argentina / 4 PM New York (EST)
This is an Online Zoom webinar and will be in Spanish.