Cities After... Episode List: Season 1

Season 1   



Season 1

Season 1 of Cities After... began in May 2021.



Post-Pandemic Urbanization: Spectacles, Speculation & Tourism - Pt. 2

September 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 10)

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In today's podcast, Prof. Robles-Duran will continue to discuss Post-pandemic urbanization trends by taking a deep dive in the speculative global rent markets and their exacerbating social ills. For help with this, he is joined by Dr. Jaime Palomera from Barcelona’s radical research cooperative La Hidra who will help focus a conversation on a striking report that they published two months ago titled “The Social Impacts of the Rental Market”, done in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Barcelona and the Institute of Government and Public Policy at the University of Barcelona.



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Post-Pandemic Urbanization: Spectacles, Speculation & Tourism - Pt. 1

September 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 09)

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This podcast will be the first of four episodes where, together with future guests, Prof. Robles-Duran will slowly adopt the city of Barcelona as a sample to think through some of the tendencies of a post-pandemic neoliberal urbanization. He will do so by looking at three trending development drivers, the production of urban spectacle, the burdens of rental housing, and the limitless expansion of mass tourism.



Dr, Andy Merrifield on the Dogma of Inter-Urban Competition

August 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 08)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran is joined by the famed Marxist Urban Theorist Andy Merrifield to have a conversation about inter-urban competition, the socio-spatial consequences of late neoliberalism and the pervasive privatization of urban societies.



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The Dogma of Inter-Urban Competition

July 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 07)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran will attempt to shed some light on the impact of inter-urban competition as it is structured by supranational organizations, and how these organizations are the ones that are actually determining and deciding the contemporary urbanization patterns we all see around us, which include the dominant cultural strategies, property development trends, labor practices and the forms of municipal governance that make our cities today.



Pelin Tan on The Crisis of Architecture Today

July 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 06)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran is joined by Pelin Tan, Professor of Sociology, Art, Architecture History to talk about the outmoded forms of knowledge that architecture and related urban design disciplines uphold.



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Urban Crises & the Architecture Discipline Today

June 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 05)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Durán talks about the outmoded forms of knowledge that architecture and related urban design disciplines uphold, as global populations face ever-growing social and environmental urgencies in their cities. 



Leilani Farha on Housing & Real Estate Markets

June 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 04)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran is joined by Leilani Farha, a Canadian human rights lawyer and Global Director of The Shift, to talk about the effects of the pandemic on housing markets. 



CitiesAfter_Thumbnail_S1_E3.pngHousing & Real Estate Markets Around the Globe

May 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 03)

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In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran talks about contradictions that have emerged during the global pandemic all around the world. Job losses, loss of livelihoods, homelessness, and evictions have dramatically increased in cities across the globe. However, the coronavirus crisis has also effected the creation of a tremendous amount of wealth for a small minority. While the economies of many countries report contractions, the real estate and luxury goods markets report record profits. Wealth is being concentrated at the very top. Prof. Robles-Duran explores both dystopian and utopian scenarios that can emerge from this new urban development paradigm.



David Harvey on Urban Emptiness

Guest: David Harvey

May 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 02)

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In this episode, Prof Robles-Durán and Marxist geographer David Harvey have a conversation about possible futures to the new empty spaces that now permeate our cities.


Urban Emptiness and the Pandemic

May 2021 (Season 01 - Episode 01)

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In the first episode, Prof Robles-Durán explores the urban shifts surrounding the dramatic rise of commercial and residential vacancies during the global pandemic.


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  • Liz Phillips
    published this page in Cities After... 2021-05-11 04:54:30 -0400
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