Mathilda Rosengren

Mathilda Rosengren (B.A., M.A.) is a visual anthropologist and geographer with a particular interest in the relational structuring of urban nature. As a doctoral student in geography at the University of Cambridge, she takes part in the ERC funded research project Rethinking Urban Nature and examines the interrelations between notions of `living with difference', `unplanned' urban nature, and official urban planning in Berlin, Germany, and Gothenburg, Sweden.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Sociology, Urban and Spatial Sociology

Publications in the Series: Urban Studies

Web: www.geog.cam.ac.uk
mathildarosengren.net
www.rethinkingurbannature.org

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Urban Appropriation Strategies
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Urban Appropriation Strategies

Exploring Space-making Practices in Contemporary European Cityscapes

Urban appropriation strategies – an interdisciplinary account of urban space-making practices in Europe today.

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