Sessions

Parallel sessions I to III

1

Writing the History of Post-war Housing Complexes and Neighborhoods. A Take on Research Strategies and Methodologies

2

Covid-19, Housing and Middle Class: Discussing socio-spatial imbalances and materialities in the Portuguese context.

3

Publicness in middle-class large housing complexes as a new way to examine the premises of cultural encounters and social integration

4

City, housing and architecture in the 1960s' debate: between activism, scepticism and imagination

5

Middle Class Mass Housing: public / private joint-ventures

6

Spatial practice, representation and meaning of suburban housing estates

7

The Imagined Community of Middle Class Mass Housing

8

What makes mass housing representations so different, so appealing?

9

Non-central, peripheral, low rise suburbia

10

Ideological resonances in architecture Genealogies and futures of middle class gated communities on the fringes of Maputo, Mozambique

11

New technologies in housing construction: a path towards a new city?

12

Inhabiting Suburbia: art (registers) of living

Parallel sessions IV

COST Action - MCMH-EU

13

Building a Key Analytical Framework for MCMH

14

Middle‐Class Mass Housing. The role or European proposals in other countries

15

Demolition Vs Renovation: an open question with regard to Middle-Class Mass Housing in the contemporary city.

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