Perspectivas en Diálogo

  • Juan Pablo Scarfi CONICET - Centro de Estudios sobre Territorio y Hábitat Popular, Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán
  • Eduardo Zimmermann Universidad de San Andrés
  • Sebastian Conrad Freie Universität Berlin

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Juan Pablo Scarfi, CONICET - Centro de Estudios sobre Territorio y Hábitat Popular, Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán
Licenciada en Trabajo Social y Doctora en Ciencias Sociales con orientación en Geografía por la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Es Investigadora Asistente del CONICET con lugar de trabajo en el Centro de Estudios sobre Territorio y Hábitat Popular (CETyHaP) de la Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo (UNT) y coordinadora del área urbana del Programa de Extensión Mejora del Hábitat Participativo (dependiente del CETyHaP). Ha sido becada por CONICET y Fundación Carolina para realizar investigaciones vinculadas con los procesos territoriales y de expansión urbana en función de diversas lógicas de ocupación del espacio. Ha publicado diversos artículos en revistas nacionales e internacionales y capítulos de libros.

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2021-05-19
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