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On behalf of Latin GSD, We would like to invite you to this year’s symposium on LESSONS FROM LATIN AMERICA
In contexts of rapid, inequitable urbanization and socio-spatial innovations, what can global scholars and practitioners of urban planning, design, landscape, and architecture learn from Latin America?
This year's Latin GSD Symposium critically engages with three themes: (1) pedagogy, (2) identity, and (3) rights to the city. Our conversations focus on how Latin American cities--and the people that shape them--employ design and place-making to address critical urban challenges. Conference participants will reflect on successful initiatives, those lost in translation, and on the emerging practices that redefine global urbanism.
Monday 4/11 – Identity and Practice
Panelists: Camillo Restrepo Ochoa (Agenda) - Colombia
Max Núñez - Chile
Macarena Almonacid - Chile
Moderators: Viviana Urra (MDesEE ’23)
Bruno Rodriguez (MAUD ’22)
Tuesday 4/12 – Radical Pedagogies
Panelists: Rodrigo Sheward / Martín del Solar (Grupo Talca) - Chile
María Beatriz García / Luciano Landeata (Dislocal) - Venezuela
Jorge García (Escuela Libre de Arquitectura) - US / México
Moderators: Rolando Girodengo (MAUD ’23)
Yazmín Crespo Claudio (Ph.D.)
Wednesday 4/13 – Right to the City
Panelists: Alejandro Echeverri (Urbam - Eafit) - Colombia
Loreta Castro (Taller Capital) - México
Moderators: Cristina Davila Gonzalez (MUP ’23)
Enrique Mutis (MAUD ’23)
Presented by the Latin GSD