Johanna Brugman

I’m working with the University of Queensland and Urbis Australia. My research interests are in the complexity underlying the access to secure urban land by vulnerable groups such as urban poor communities, women and indigenous people. I’m currently working on a research funded by the Landscape Research Group in the UK looking at in-filling practices of lakes and wetlands in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and their impacts on urban poor women.

Recent publications

  1. Brugman, J. (2021). Are Urban Experts Capable of Co-production? Expanding Spaces of Urban Citizenship in Vinh, Vietnam. Trialog Journal. Vol. 137.
  2. Brugman, J. (2020) Land Titling and the Sustainable Development Goals: Revisiting Assumptions to Secure Land for the Urban Poor in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in Tiwary, P; Stillman, G and Yoshino, N. Equitable Land Use for Asian Infrastructure. Asian Development Bank Institute.