TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS

The invitations we receive to present work and participate in projects provide another metric for the interest our work generates. I have given over 60 presentations, which include both large public lectures and academic presentations. The list below displays a sample of these.

 

LEARNING FROM SMALL CITIES, TWO INDIAN CASE STUDIES

October 2019

Department of Development Sociology Seminar Series, Cornell University

GPEIG ROUNDTABLE: "GLOBAL" DIMENSIONS OF PLANNING: MOVING BEYOND PROGRAM ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENTS

October 2019

Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Annual Conference, Greenville, South Carolina

PEDAGOGY, RESEARCH AND SMALL CITY URBANIZATION: THEORIZING THROUGH ENGAGEMENT IN THE NILGIRIS

March 2019

Lectures in Planning Series, GSAPP, Columbia University, NYC, New York

SMALL CITIES AND URBAN THEORY

February 2019

Dhar India Studies Center. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

THE ECOLOGICAL LEARNING COLLABORATORY

September 2018

With Colleagues from Cornell, Tanzania, Malawi and India.  Terra Madre -Salone de Gusto, Turin, Italy.

PEDAGOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL MODELS FOR SOCIAL AND SPATIAL JUSTICE

July 2018

Mozaic Design Center, Goa, India.

WORK IN PROGRESS, WATER AND WASTE IN THE NILGIRIS

June 2017

French Institute of Pondicherry, Puducherry, India.

SMALL CITY URBANIZATION, TWO INDIAN CASE STUDIES

April 2017

Center of Urban Studies and Urban Planning, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

TEACHING SUSTAINABILITY@ THE NILGIRIS FIELD LEARNING CENTER

December 2016

Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University.

THE FUTURE OF CITIES

August 2016

A presentation with George ‘Mac’ McCarthy, President, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY

NFLC, A WORKING PARTNERSHIP.

October 2015

Panelist, South Asia Program Seminar, Einaudi Center for International Studies. Cornell University

THE FUTURE CITY, CRITICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR EQUITY

March 2015

Panelist, Investigating Informal Urbanisms. X3 Seminars, 10 Years from Stockholm 2014 and Beyond, Future of Places Conference I-III Leading to Habitat III 2016. Organized by Tigran Haas, Director, Civitas Athenaeum Laboratory, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

PUBLIC CITY, PRIVATE CITY / SMALL CITY.

August 2014

Participant. Public City, Private City, Rethinking Asian Studies. An International Workshop organized by UKNA Program at IIAS, Netherlands, and Barnard/Columbia University. NYU Institute for Public Knowledge, New York City.

URBAN REALITY: THE SMALL CITY

June 2014

Invited Speaker and participant, Initiation Workshop, UN Habitat Thematic HUB on Urban Form, KTH Stockholm, Sweden.

HISTORY, MEMORY AND THE CITY: AN URBAN PLANNER’S VIEW

April 2014

Invited Speaker, City in History Series, Nehru Memorial and Museum Library, Delhi, India

REIMAGINING THE INDIAN CITY

April 2014

Invited Speaker, Indian Institute of Architects, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack Chapters and Vastukar Foundation, Cuttack, Odisha, India.

PROFESSIONALIZING PLANNING, PUBLIC SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE: MEETING DOMAN NEEDS WITH HIGH QUALITY PROGRAMS

April 2014

Panelist. Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, and the Government of Odisha

NEW TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL PLANNING CURRICULA

May 2013

Unconventional Wisdom: Learning in International Development Practice. 2nd Annual Conference, International Development Group, DUSP-MIT, Cambridge, MA.

SMALL CITIES, BIG ISSUES. WHY SMALL CITIES MATTER IN DEBATES ON URBAN POVERTY AND INEQUALITY

April 2013

Invited speaker, South Asia Institute and Department of Urban Planning and Design, Urbanization Seminar Series. Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

CRITICAL INTERVENTIONS: ADVANCING EQUITY IN THE INFORMAL CITY

April 2013

Keynote speaker, City Debates Conference, American University at Beirut. Beirut, Lebanon.

AN INDIAN IN CHINA: OBSERVATIONS ON URBAN PLANNING IN BEIJING AND URUMQI

November 2012

Invited Speaker, Indian Institute of Engineers, Mangalore Chapter and National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Suratkal, India.

FRAMING A RESEARCH AND LEARNING AGENDA.

November 2012

Invited speaker, Indian Institute of Habitat Studies, Bangalore, India.

TRASH TALK. THE MESSY BUSINESS OF THEORIZING NGOS, URBAN CIVIL SOCIETY, AND THE STATE

May 2010

Invited speaker and participant, “Political and Cultural Expressions of Indian Democracy,” An International Conference at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

THE CHALLENGE OF URBAN PLANNING IN INDIA

April 2010

Invited speaker and participant, “Political and Cultural Expressions of Indian Democracy,” An International Conference at Yale University, New Haven, CT.

THE ROLE OF NGOS IN DEVELOPMENT

April 2010

Invited Speaker, Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, Mangalore, India.

MAPPING MANGALORE: COMMODITIES, CITYSPACE AND CITIZENSHIP

March 2010

Invited speaker and participant, “Contesting the Indian City: State, Space and Citizenship in the Global Era,” International Workshop organized by Center for South Asia, Department of Urban Planning at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and the Center for Studies in the Social Sciences, Kolkata, India.

SMALL CITIES, THEIR REGIONS AND THE RURAL-URBAN DIVIDE

March 2010

Invited Speaker, Indian Institute for Rural Management (IRMA), Anand, Gujarat, India

 
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