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Urban ARC 2017 | The City in Transition

Wed, 18 Jan 2017 - 20 Jan 2017 , 9:00AM
According to the World Urbanization Prospects: The 2014 Revision, Highlights, nearly 90% of growth in the global urban population by 2050 is expected to be concentrated in Asia and Africa: in India alone, half of all Indians may live in urban areas by 2050. This global urban transition will have deep economic, political, social, cultural and ecological impacts. It is therefore imperative to build a better ...
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About Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS)

The IIHS is a proposed network of mother and daughter institutions across South Asia, leveraging on local and regional knowledge and innovation and linking them to global best practices. Its mother campus, based in Bangalore, will include academic, research and social infrastructure, student and faculty housing. This campus is expected to set international standards for efficient, economic and sustainable design, operations and maintenance.

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16th Cross Rd, Sadashiva Nagar, Armane Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

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16th Cross Rd, Sadashiva Nagar, Armane Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560080

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Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 16 Jan
#IIHSCases: How Urban is India? In his case, Arindam Jana explores how the definition of "urban" changes over time and, in turn, transform particular places. His case features a data visualisation tool that allows learners to analyse the spatial impacts of social, economic, and policy parameters that define a city over time. Register online to access the complete case!

#Datavisualisation #urbanIndia #globalsouth #openaccess

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 16 Jan
#UrbARC: #IIHSin's Amir Bazaz will chair a panel on Relating Migration to Current and Future Urbanisation. Early findings from regional research in Africa and Asia reveal that dominant policy considers migration as a problem, a failure to adapt in your original location. In practice, however, we find that different types of migration are pursued and it does not always unfold as a straightforward binary process. Join us for this panel and many more at Urban ARC 2017!
Urban ARC 2017 | IIHS Annual Research Conference
The conference is broadly organised around themes of transition, transformation and change in the context of the Global South, with a focus on Indian and South Asian urbanisation.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 16 Jan
#UrbJournal: Rustin Zarkar from Ajam Media Collective captures the public art installations in the city of Mashhad in a photo-essay for SAGE Publications' Urbanisation Journal. The pictures reveal how the municipalitys beautification programme is directly affected by local politics, in an attempt to offer a fuller picture of modern life and politics in Iran.

#Onlinefirst #publicart #urbanart #publicspace #Mashhad #Iran

Urbanisation Journal | Online First
A Mural Erased: Urban Art, Local Politics and the Contestation of Public Space in Mashhad by Rustin Zarkar
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sat, 15 Jan
#UrbARC 2017: The first edition of our annual research conference is centred around 7 panels engaging with different facets of the urban. One of them will be chaired by #IIHSin's Shriya Anand and Neha Sami. Their panel explores the relationship between large infrastructure development, especially transport infrastructure and the resultant growth and development of proximal cities and urban regions. All panels are open to the public. Join us from 18-20 Jan! http://iihs.co.in/urbanarc/#Panels
UrbanARC 2017 | IIHS Annual Research Conference
The conference is broadly organised around themes of transition, transformation and change in the context of the Global South, with a focus on Indian and South Asian urbanisation.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Thu, 13 Jan
The theme for the first edition of our annual research conference, Urban ARC is The City in Transition, with presentations examining methods of research particularly useful for southern contexts. Each of these presentations will be attached to one of #UrbARC 2017's seven panels, which are all open to the public. Join us from 18-20 Jan! http://iihs.co.in/urbanarc
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Thu, 13 Jan
#IIHSCases: How do urban policies actually play out in our cities? In his case, Prasad Shetty examines four Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) projects in Maharashtra through a series of nine notes. He also explores different aspects of how centrally funded projects get worked out in cities. Register online to access the case!

#Maharashtra #JnNURM #urbandev #globalsouth #openaccess

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Wed, 12 Jan
A rapt audience at today's #IIHSAnubhava & Sandbox Collective event! Deepika Arwind tackles the hilarious, ridiculous and troubling aspects of gender inequality through multiple characters in her devised theatre piece 'No Rest in the Kingdom'.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Wed, 12 Jan
Today! Don't miss Deepika Arwind's performance "No Rest In The Kingdom", in which she uses humour to highlight the difficulties of gender inequality in India. Brought to you by #IIHSAnubhava and Sandbox Collective. This event is free and open to all!
Anubhava@IIHS : No Rest In The Kingdom
Anubhava@IIHS and @[1379368932294681:274:Sandbox Collective] invite you for 'No Rest in the Kingdom', a devised theatre work by Deepika Arwind that deals with the daily hilariousness and annoyances of being a woman in this country, and almost anywhere.

This humourous performance presents realities of this gender thing that seems to baffle urban men and women. The intention is not to make light of issues but to highlight the difficulties of gender inequality in India.

This performance is free and open to the public.

#IIHSAnubhava

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 11 Jan
Tomorrow: Join us for Deepika Arwind's devised theatre piece "No Rest In The Kingdom", a humourous performance that presents the realities of this gender thing that seems to baffle urban men and women. Brought to you by #IIHSAnubhava and Sandbox Collective. This event is free and open to the public!
Anubhava@IIHS : No Rest In The Kingdom
Anubhava@IIHS and @[1379368932294681:274:Sandbox Collective] invite you for 'No Rest in the Kingdom', a devised theatre work by Deepika Arwind that deals with the daily hilariousness and annoyances of being a woman in this country, and almost anywhere.

This humourous performance presents realities of this gender thing that seems to baffle urban men and women. The intention is not to make light of issues but to highlight the difficulties of gender inequality in India.

This performance is free and open to the public.

#IIHSAnubhava

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 11 Jan
#IIHSin faculty and #IndiaUrbanFellows participated in Hyderabad Urban Lab's Do Din 2016, where one of our fellows Singh TejInder set up a photo-booth. Over the two days, he photographed people from different professions, disciplines and practice areas - all coming together to talk about the urban experience. Check out this video compilation of his work!
Do Din'16 - Portrait Studio
We heard that there was a fabulous portrait photographer in the IIHS Bangalore Urban Fellows team which was going to be at Do Din 2016. So quickly, we set up...
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Tue, 11 Jan
#IIHSCases: What can we say about equity in urban transport? In the context of Bangalores BMTC bus agencys steep and frequent bus fare hikes between 2012 14, this case by Deepak Baindur and Pooja Rao examines the internal and external factors that led BMTC to implement these unpopular measures. Register online to access the case!

#Bengaluru #urbantransport #BMTC #globalsouth #openaccess

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 10 Jan
How can we build resilient and inclusive services and infrastructure in our cities? Learn more from this week's module in Sustainable Cities, a free, online course that brings together global thought leaders. You can enrol for this self-paced course anytime and catch up!

#CitiesMOOC #goal11 #urbansdg #sustainablecities

Sustainable Cities | A Free, Online Course
This course will equip participants with a broad, interdisciplinary understanding of leading practices and debates on urban sustainability.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Mon, 10 Jan
Building on our goal of fostering research and innovation around the challenges and opportunities of Indias urban transition, we are pleased to announce Urban Arc 2017. The first edition of our annual research conference is centred around the theme "The City in Transition" with panels showcasing researchers from around the world. All the panels are open to the public. Join us from 18-20 January!

#UrbARC #urbanisation #researchconference #urbanopportunity

UrbanARC 2017 | IIHS Research Conference
Focusing on the theme of The City in Transition, IIHS will be hosting the first edition of its annual research conference, Urban ARC from 18-20 January 2017.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 09 Jan
#CitiesMOOC: Chandrika Bahadur from The SDG Academy talks about the critical roles education and skills play in improving human development in our cities. Enrol for Sustainable Cities, a free, self-paced, online course to learn more!

#SDG4 #SDG11 #humandev #inclusivedevelopment #education

Karine Hrt Sun, 09 Jan
The Association Jeunes Etudes Indiennes is pleased to announce that the 19th workshop for young scholars will take place at Goa, India, April 3-5 2017.

This year the workshop will be held on Commons in South Asia today .

Interested researchers must send an abstract (500 to 1 000 words) in English before January 16th 2017 to the following address: ateliers.ajei2017@gmail.com.

Please find here the call for papers: http://ajei.hypotheses.org/

Organization:

Arthur Cessou (EHESS, CEIAS et CSSH (New Delhi, Inde) : ArthurCessou@gmail.com

Karine Hochart (Universit de Tours et Anna University, Chennai (Inde), UMR CITERES) : hochartkarine@gmail.com

Mauve Ltang (Universit Paris - Sorbonne, UMR ENeC) : mauveletang1@gmail.com

Sugandha Singh (Institut TATA de Sciences Sociales, Mumbai, Inde) : sugandhasingh93@gmail.com

AJEI | Association Jeunes Etudes Indiennes
Actualits Appel communications pour les Ateliers Jeunes Chercheurs 2017 13/12/2016 ajei Bonjour, [Tlcharger lappel communications] LAssociation Jeunes tudes Indiennes (AJEI) est heureuse de vous annoncer que les prochains ateliers jeunes chercheurs auront lieu Goa en Inde, du 3 au 5 avri...
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 09 Jan
Last week on #CitiesMOOC, global experts and thought leaders discussed how human development can be improved in our cities. Enrol today to learn more from Joshua Castellino, Middlesex University London - School of Law, Srinath Reddy, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), Chandrika Bahadur, The SDG Academy, Gautam Bhan, Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) and Susan Parnell, African Centre for Cities.
Sustainable Cities | A Free, Online Course
This course will equip participants with a broad, interdisciplinary understanding of leading practices and debates on urban sustainability.
Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sun, 09 Jan
#IIHSAnubhava in collaboration with Sandbox Collective bring to you a performance by Deepika Arwind, about the daily hilariousness and annoyances of being a woman in this country, and almost anywhere. Join us on 12 Jan at 6:30 pm!
Anubhava@IIHS : No Rest In The Kingdom
Anubhava@IIHS and @[1379368932294681:274:Sandbox Collective] invite you for 'No Rest in the Kingdom', a devised theatre work by Deepika Arwind that deals with the daily hilariousness and annoyances of being a woman in this country, and almost anywhere.

This humourous performance presents realities of this gender thing that seems to baffle urban men and women. The intention is not to make light of issues but to highlight the difficulties of gender inequality in India.

This performance is free and open to the public.

#IIHSAnubhava

Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Thu, 06 Jan
The #IIHSin Post Doctoral Programme is looking for fellows! The call is for ten positions encompassing social security and economic development, urban health, gender and health, land management and governance, climate change and disaster risk policy and governance. The position is based in Bengaluru, with travel for fieldwork. Send in your applications by 8 Jan 2017! #IIHSCareers
IIHS Post Doctoral Programme | Call For Fellows!
IIHS is seeking Post-Doctoral Fellows to join its vibrant intellectual environment within the Academics and Research programme at IIHS.
Kumar Rajranjan Sun, 24 Dec
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Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Sat, 23 Dec
If you are in Hyderabad, don't miss Do Din 2016, Hyderabad Urban Lab's annual year end event. Over the next two days, the idea of well-being in and of the city will be the connecting thread between the various sessions. #IIHSin's faculty and #IndiaUrbanFellows will also be participating! Read more here: http://2016.do-din.org/
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