|By||Fernando Carrión Mena y Lisa M. Hanley (published in 2021-09-10 by sandra rochina )|
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Carrión Mena, Fernando y Lisa M. Hanley. 2007. Preface Urban renovation and the national project. En Urban Regeneration and Revitalization in the Americas: Toward a Stable State, editado por Fernando Carrión Mena y Lisa M. Hanley, 1-12. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
|The Comparative Urban Studies Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Program on the Study o f the City, FLACSO-Ecuador organized an international seminar on December 16 and 17, 2004 entitled “Urban Regeneration and Revitalization in the Americas: Toward a Stable State.” There were 14 papers presented by academics, authorities and functionaries from a variety of different professions who focused their presentations on local, national and Latin American examples. A similarly diverse group of more than 80 people attended the meeting. These varied approaches to urban questions greatly enriched both the presentations and the discussions; indeed, the heterogeneity of the seminar was noted as a positive factor|