8 July 2016
The ACTUS team is pleased to receive Dr. Émilie Pinard, Assistant Professor at the McEwen School of Architecture at Laurentian University, Canada. Dr. Pinard’s expertise in African urban studies includes research in Maputo and Dakar. Her work focuses on the development of embedded housing and urban design solutions for informal peri-urban neighbourhoods, everyday housing production practices and gender dynamics
Dr. Pinard is co-convenor of the IAPS Housing Network and member of the organizing committee of the next IAPS 2017 Symposium in Dar es Salaam.
Her recent publications
Pinard,E. (2016) “From courtyard houses to villas: The incremental transformation of Dakar’s urban landscape.” Open House International, 41(2) (Forthcoming)
Pinard, E. (2014) “Construire son futur”: Production de l’habitation et transformation des rapports de genre à Pikine, Sénégal, PhD thesis, Université Laval, Canada,
available at: http://www.theses.ulaval.ca/2014/31396/
Pinard, E. (2012) Participatory transformation of the Women’s Centre of Malika (Senegal): Strategies for the Development of a Productive Ecosystem in the Periurban Context. In Robertson, M. (ed.) Sustainable Cities: Local solutions in the Global South, Bourton-on-Dunsmore, GB: Practical Action, 65-80.