1. SEED Year-End Sessions

    Register here for Session 1 Register here for Session 2 Register here for Session 3


  2. ‘Inventraset Assemblages’ with Kim Dovey and Reden Recio

    Kim Dovey, Redento Recio


  3. SEED Session: The right to be counted / 23 September 2022 [Virtual Seminar]

    Presentation: Sanjeev Routray Discussants: Ishita Chatterjee, Ash Alam, Eric Gaisie & Adrian Marin Toro Session Co-chairs: Erich Wolff & Nabanita Islam This book describes the process of claims-making as an attempt by the political community of the poor to assert its existence and numerical strength, and it demonstrates how this struggle to be counted constitutes […]


  4. SEED Research Seminar / 10 August 2022 [Hybrid Session]

    Presentations: Pamela Cajilig, Ha Minh Hai Thai, and Diah Asih (Roro) Purwaningrum Session Chair: Redento Recio Recorded Session Learning Southern urbanisms in the time of COVID-19: Methodological implications, empirical insights, and ethical dilemmas The multi-dimensional aspects and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have reshaped the landscape of scholarship. Researchers in different parts of the globe […]


  5. RSA Regions in Recovery 2022 – Special Session on Mitigating #COVID19 in Urban Asia: Insights from South and Southeast Asian Megacities on Disaster Governance and Recovery

    Session 1 (March 22, 2022) Chair: Redento B. Recio, The University of Melbourne, Australia Speakers: Amanda Achmadi, The University of Melbourne, Australia Duaa Sohail, IBA/Karachi Urban Lab, Pakistan Nausheen Anwar, IBA, Pakistan Phanisri Soumya Chavai and Anant Maringanti, Hyberabad Urban Lab Foundation, Pakistan Recorded session Session 2 (March 23, 2022) Chair: Iderlina Mateo-Babiano, The University […]


  6. SEED Year-end Show and Tell

    Concurrent Sessions on 1) Housing, Space and Place-making; 2) Resilience and Research Methods; 3) Socio-Spatial Justice December 14, 5:00-6:30pm (Melbourne Time) Recorded Sessions


  7. How do informal settlements take shape? Morphogenesis in three India cases

    Research Seminar / Dec 09, 2021 Presented by Ishita Chatterjee, Chaired by Kim Dovey Register here to get the zoom link. Abstract: Informal settlements are the primary means of meeting the demand for affordable housing in the global south countries. Yet, the urban design being produced by this now dominant form of production gets termed […]


  8. Public Lecture on Achieving Spatial Justice in Informal Settlements

    The University of the Philippines School of Urban and Regional Planning is hosting a Virtual Public Lecture Series (v-PuLSe) on “Achieving Spatial Justice in Informal Settlements: The Role of Planners, Professionals, and the Academe.” Happening this 02 December 2021, 1:00pm-5:00pm (PST), (4:00-7:00pm AEST) via Zoom, this webinar is in partnership with the UP Open University […]


  9. Idioms of Informality (Lecture by Fran Tonkiss)

    November 3 (6 pm, Melbourne time) Abstract A substantial share of urban form emerges from the work of nameless ‘designers’, unplanned development and the everyday investments that shape informal urbanism. This is well established in relation to poor-world urbanism, but is also characteristic of cities where state capacities are more developed, capital more abundant, and […]


  10. RSA Policy Expo: Tackling a global pandemic in Asian Megacities: Uneven vulnerabilities, State responses and grassroots practices

    In 2021, the Regional Studies Association awarded Policy Expo funding to the project “Tackling a global pandemic in Asian Megacities: Uneven vulnerabilities, State responses and grassroots practices”. This project aims to determine how state and city-region level crisis management responses and post-pandemic recovery policies and programs in five Southeast and South Asian cities (Dhaka, Hyderabad, […]


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