Prof. Marco Cremaschi

Professor of Urban Planning

Marco Cremaschi (Ph.D. Venice) is Professor of Urban Planning at the Centre d’études européennes (CEE) and at the Ecole Urbaine, Sciences Po Paris. His current projects deal with metropolitan developments in Buenos Aires and Kolkata, and the governance of large urban projects. Of late, he coordinated a Franco-German program on the arrival of refugees in small cities; and contributed to the H2020 Project Recrire (2015-2019) on the symbolic representations of the 2018 crisis. Among his latest publications: (in print, 2019) Sociologie de Rome, la Découverte ; (2019) “Practical Plans: Refugees, Spatial design, and a Workshop of Planning”, Transactions of the Association of European Schools of Planning, 3 ; (2017) with others “Symbolic universes between present and future of Europe. First results of the map of European societies’ cultural milieu.” PLos ONE; (2017) “The plan of transition”, Urbanistica, 148.