Urban Studies Blog Series
Every month one of our full professors, assistant professors, postdoctoral researchers, PhD-students, visiting professors or students enrolled in the research master’s programme write about their views on a variety of urban aspects. The contents of the blog-entries vary from striking and conspicuous urban encounters, to the latest developments and trends in urban studies research.
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Starting in Amsterdam - By Cody Hochstenbach and Dr. Willem Boterman
Amsterdam has significantly increased in popularity during the last decade: most of the inner city neighbourhoods are experiencing gentrification and the population has grown steadily – in 2012 the milestone of 800,000 inhabitants was passed. ...Read more
The Republic of Amsterdam - By Prof. Zef Hemel
In June some five professors of the Centre for Urban Studies of the University of Amsterdam, teaching urban sociology, ethnic entrepreneurship, economic geography, urban geography and urban planning, had dinner with the Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam, ...Read more