Retrofitting Suburbia: A conversation with Alex Schafran, Ph.D.
Thursday, September 3rd, 2015
5:30p Meet & Greet with Alex Schafran and peers (light refreshments served)
6:30p Round Table Discussion
7:30p Informal Social Gathering at Euclid Hall (1317 14th St.)
CAP Building, 2nd Floor (1250 14th St, Denver, CO 80202)
Why is a California planner who lives and works in Europe excited by planning in the Metro Denver region? Join our round table discussion and find out!
Dr. Schafran is a Lecturer in Geography at the University of Leeds. A planner by training, he holds an MA in Urban Planning from Hunter College (CUNY) and a Ph.D in City & Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. His current research work includes projects on the future of regional governance in Northern England, the transformation of French and American suburbia, and varied work on social justice and urban social movements through the Contested Cities Network. Dr. Schafran is also an Adjoint Assistant Professor in the Department of Planning & Design at CU Denver.
Hosted by the Master of Urban and Regional Planning Alumni Association and the Department of Planning and Design.
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