Master in Regenerating Intermediate Landscapes

As we gear up for the launch of our masters program this fall, in the following weeks we’ll be introducing some of our stellar faculty members in a series of exclusive short and sweet interviews that tell us a bit more about these seasoned urban practicioners; from personal favorites to snippets of advice to young urbanism students.

Today we introduce Clara Irazabal, assistant Professor of Urban Planning at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. She has worked as consultant, researcher, and professor in South America, Europe, Asia and the US and explores social justice struggles manifested in the processes of transformation of urban space.

Before we begin…

Your specialty: Urban and regional planning

What will you bring to the course Regenerating Intermediate Landscapes?  I am an architect, urban designer, and planner. I can bring perspectives that address both the particularities of those fields…

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