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Lecture “Multi-Level Analysis of the Post-Soviet City in Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges” by Guido Sechi

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June 27, Thursday
16:00 – 17:30
Language – English
Shukhov Lab (20 Myasnitskaya str., room 116)
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Faculty of Urban and Regional Development invites students to the lecture “Multi-Level Analysis of the Post-Soviet City in Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges” by prof. Guido Sechi, PhD. The lecture is taking place on Thursday, 27 June at 16:00 in Shukhov Lab.

On the basis of practical quantitative and qualitative research experience in the Baltic states and the Russian Federation and theoretical-conceptual considerations, the lecturer will outline the main advantages of multi-level approaches in the investigation of socio-spatial transformation in post-soviet cities, and the challenges and problems which may hamper such approaches.

Guido Sechi has a PhD in Urban and Regional Planning (2011) from the Technical University of Bari (Italy). He is currently assistant professor at the Department of Human Geography of the University of Latvia, where he is affiliated as researcher since early 2015. He was visiting researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga in 2006-2007 and at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow in Fall 2016, visiting lecturer at St.Petersburg State University in 2018, and visiting professor in the international Master programme ‘International Cooperation in Urban Development’ at University Grenoble-Alpes (France) and University Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) in 2019.

His main research interests focus on the analysis of social dynamics in the urban and regional context, with a specific focus on post-Soviet transition and transformation. He is also active in consulting and cultural projects about urban and regional transformation and development in the post-Soviet space. He has been involved in EU- and EEA-funded international research projects as researcher and expert.