AESOP Lecture Series of 2013

Acknowledgement to UNIVERSITY OF LATVIA, FACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND EARTH SCIENCES

Published at: 13 December 2013

The AESOP and IFHP communities are greatly indebted to the University of Latvia, Faculty of Geography and Earth Sciences for hosting 6th lecture within AESOP-IFHP Lecture Series.

Our special word of gratitude goes to Prof. Zaiga Krisjanewho made the event possible.

Last, but not least we would like to express our gratitude to Prof. Cliff Hague for his outstanding lecture.

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AESOP-IFHP Lecture Series, Lecture 6: Professor Cliff Hague at the University of Latvia, Riga

Published at: 8 November 2013

On behalf of the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) and the International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) we would like to invite you to a lecture by

ProfessorCliff Hague

A Christmas Carol: the Ghosts of Planning, Past, Present and Future

which will take place at the Faculty of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of Latvia
at 10:30 a.m. on Friday 13th December 2013 in Riga.

We warmly invite both the AESOP and IFHP communities to join the lecture. We are very interested in hearing your input at the event!

Acknowledgment to University of Amsterdam

Published at: 15 April 2013

The AESOP and IFHP communities are greatly indebted to the University of Amsterdam for hosting 5th lecture within AESOP-IFHP Lecture Series.

Our special word of gratitude goes to Prof. Wilem Salet and Dr Leonie Janssen-Jansen who made the event possible.

We would like to congatulate Ward Rauws (University of Groningen), Giulia Maci (IFHP) and Verena Peer excellent debate after the lecture. Special thanks to Ward Rauws for moderating.

Last, but not least we would like to express our gratitude to Prof. Juval Portugali for his outstanding lecture.

Report from Lecture 4 Peter Hall 'Squaring the Circle: How to Reconcile Apparently Impossible Contradictions in Contemporary Urban Policy'

Published at: 23 January 2013

This was the fourth event in the Lecture Series by well-known planners, policy-makers and other ‘urban thinkers’, which is being organised by AESOP and IFHP in the framework of respectively the Silver Jubilee (2012) and Centenary (2013). The lecturers have been asked to present their ideas on ‘new vision’ for planning and territorial development. The lecture will be rounded off with a question and answer discussion with the audience.

Professor Sir Peter Hall is a leading British academic, author, advisor and consultant on a whole range of urban development and planning issues and Chair of Planning at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, UCL, Director of the Institute of Community Studiesand President of the TCPA.