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Martine Drozdz

Martine Drozdz (@FinalRetrofit on Twitter) is a CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research) research fellow within the mixed research unit LATTS (Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés – Techniques, Territories and Societies Laboratory; UMR CNRS 8134), and teaches at the École d’Urbanisme de Paris (Paris School of Urban Planning) and the École des Ponts ParisTech engineering school. Her work concerns the rehabilitation of metropolitan urban spaces, as part of an approach to social and political geography that is attentive to the sociotechnical dimension of urban democracy. Since her PhD thesis, titled “Regeneration b(d)oom. Territoires et politique de la régénération urbaine par projet à Londres (1973–2014)” (“Regeneration B(D)oom. Territories and Politics of Project-Based Urban Regeneration in London (1973–2014)”), her work has focused on France and the United Kingdom from a comparative perspective.

Her publications include “Inégalités spatiales, politiques urbaines ‘néolibérales’ et géographies de l’injustice à Londres” (Justice Spatiale/Spatial Justice, no. 6, 2014), “L’espace du discours. Retour sur la construction médiatique d’un problème public : la régénération urbaine à Londres” (L’Espace géographique, 2016, vol. 45, no. 3), and “Aux frontières de la démocratisation urbaine. Conflits et urbanisme participatif à Londres” (L’Information géographique, vol. 80, no. 4, 2016). With Manuel Appert and Andrew Harris, she has coordinated a special issue of Built Environment on the subject of “High-rise urbanism in contemporary Europe” (forthcoming).


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