Program and Participants Infrastructures

Infrastructures, Regions and Urbanizations

29 September – 7 October 2018 in Singapore

2018 Infrastructures_Program Brochure [pdf download]

Participants & Projects:

Name Project
Archer, Matthew
(Copenhagen Business School)
Sustainable Supply Chains in the Age of Big Data
Aselmeyer, Norman
(European U Institute, Italy)
Nairobi: The Making of a European City, c. 1890–1914
Balls, Jonathan
(Australia India Institute)
Solar Micro-grids and the Democratic Infrastructures of Sustainable Development
Beringer, Sarah
(DHI Washington)
The Green Nexus: Analyzing the U.S.-China Partnership on Clean Energy and Climate Change
Chitchian, Somayeh
(Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity; Harvard University)
Logistification of Migration: Infrastructures of Mobility, Containment, and Rebellion
Cushman, Carrie L.
(Wellesley College)
Infrastructure Comes Alive: Miyamoto Ryūji’s Photographs of Kowloon Walled City
Downes, Meghan
(Monash University Australia)
Media, Marketing, and Morality in the Meikarta Development Project
Ganseforth, Sonja
(DIJ Tokyo)
Occupying Infrastructures: Contested Development in Palestine
Hübner, Stefan
(National University Singapore)
From Tokyo Bay to Climate Change: Why Industrial Oceanic Urbanization has Boomed, Busted and Resurfaced since the 1970s
Hussain, Mushahid
(Cornell University)
Translating Modernity: Planning Practice, Urban Informality and Place-making at the Edge of Dhaka City
Krichker, Dina
(National University Singapore)
Violent Frontiers: narrating the Spanish Moroccan border in Mellia
Lertchavalitsakul, Busarin (Naresuan University, Thailand) Contested Land Relations and Medical Services Dependency: Ambiguous Infrastructures in the Myanmar-Thailand Borderlands
Lin Ziqiang, Shaun
(National University Singapore)
Impacts and responses to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Southeast Asia
Maitra, Saikat
(Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India)
In the Shadow of the New Town: Urbanity, Marginality and Environmental Justice in Rajarhat
Mallin, Felix
(National University Singapore)
The Political Geography of Sea-level Rise in Kiribati
Nikolotov, Anton
(Freie Universität Berlin)
A Marginal Platform: The Social Worlds of a Marketplace in Moscow
Prieto-Nañez, Fabian
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Connected on Our Own Terms: Satellite Dishes, Media Consumption and Technological Entrepreneurship in Colombia (1979-2005)
Sarma, Jasnea
(National University Singapore)
Bottom Infrastructures – Let the Borders Speak For Themselves
Rahman, Mirza Zulfiqur
(Researcher, Guwahati, Assam, India)
Infrastructure Development in Northeast India: Examining Inequality and Exclusion in the Development Promise of Progress and Prosperity
Smith, Nick
(Yale National University Singapore College)
Learning to Urbanize after Socialism: China’s Experiments in Planning, Development, and Governance in the 1980s
Tripathi, Brijesh Chandra
(Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai)
Claims of the Poor for Justice and the Right to the City in Technology-driven Planning in Urban Spaces: A Case Study of Mumbai