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Anno Accademico 2022/2023
Tipo incarico Dottorato
Insegnamento 055101 - APPROACHES TO RESILIENCE: SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES OF CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
Cfu 5.00 Tipo insegnamento Monodisciplinare
Docenti: Titolare (Co-titolari) Balducci Alessandro (Coppola Alessandro, Curci Francesco, Menoni Scira, Capello Roberta)

Corso di Dottorato Da (compreso) A (escluso) Insegnamento
MI (1300) - SCUOLA DI DOTTORATOAZZZZ055101 - APPROACHES TO RESILIENCE: SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES OF CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SETTLEMENTS

Programma dettagliato e risultati di apprendimento attesi

The course deals with the concepts of risk, vulnerability and resilience either from a theoretical and an operational-planning point of view (policies, projects, programs). The course originates and is promoted within the activities of DAStU Project, Department of Excellence 2018-2022, on "Territorial Fragilities". In addition to the concepts of risk, vulnerability, and resilience which can take on different meanings and nuances, particular attention is paid to the understanding of the concepts of uncertainty, fragility, preparedness and antifragility. The critical-methodological approaches and operational tools that the course proposes are aimed at increasing the awareness and skills necessary to face the social, economic, environmental and technological challenges posed by contemporary urban and territorial contexts and to make them more resilient and antifragile.

The course is divided is divided into three thematic modules, each of which is organized in multiple lectures. All lectures will include an initial ex-cathedra session and a subsequent debate between lecturers and PhD students starting from the discussions of one or more case studies.

The first module is devoted to the theoretical study of key concepts; the second module investigates the current socio-economic trends and phenomena that, at different scales, are making vulnerable Italian and European cities and territories; the third module offers doctoral students an overview of some of the main operational tools acting at the urban and territorial level to mitigate risks and increase urban resilience.

MODULE I. CONCEPTS (10 hours):

1.1 Planning for resilience and territorial fragilities

1.2 Risk assessment and uncertainty

1.3 Risk, resilience and adaptation

1.4 Urban resilience

 

MODULE II. TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES AFTER COVID-19 (10 hours):

2.1 Climate change and ecological transition

2.2 Regional disparities and polarization processes in Europe and Italy;

2.3 Old and new urban peripheries in Italy

2.4 Human concentration and multi-hazards exposure in Italy

 

MODULE III. TOOLS (10 hours):

3.1 Strategic planning for complex environments (after Covid)

3.2 Resilience in urban and spatial planning and planning after disasters

3.3 Urban policies and regeneration programs for peripheral areas

3.4 Urban resilience strategies and program

Teachers

Alessandro Balducci (coordinator), DAStU, Politecnico di Milano

Francesco Curci (co-coordinator), DAStU, Politecnico di Milano

Edward Blakely, Emeritus U.C. Berkeley, Visiting professor at IUAV-Venice

Claudio Calvaresi, Avanzi Srl

Roberta Capello, DABC, Politecnico di Milano

Daniele Chiffi, DAStU, Politecnico di Milano

Alessandro Coppola, DAStU, Politecnico di Milano

Scira Menoni, DABC, Politecnico di Milano

Francesco Musco, IUAV-Venice

Gabriele Pasqui, DAStU, Politecnico di Milano

All lectures will include an initial ex-cathedra session followed by a discussion between lecturers and PhD students.

The critical-methodological approaches and operational tools that the course proposes are aimed at increasing the awareness and skills necessary to face the social, economic, environmental and technological challenges posed by contemporary urban and territorial contexts and to make them more resilient.

 


Note Sulla Modalità di valutazione

All students are required, in addition to the attendance of at least 5 on 6 half-days, the preparation of a report of 2500/3000 words to be delivered within 2 months from the end of the course. The report will have to deal critically with potential connections between the course contents and the doctoral research work.


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Calendario testuale dell'attività didattica

The course program consists of 11 lessons distributed over 6 days, from 30 January to 15 February 2023 :

 

Calendar 

 

Mon. 30 Jan. 2023 (9.00-14.00)  Balducci-Curci / Chiffi

Mon. 6 Feb. 2023 (10.30-14.00) Coppola / Curci

Tue. 7 Feb. 2023 (9.00-14.00) Calvaresi / Capello

Thu. 9 Feb. 2023 (9.30-12.00) Musco

Fri. 10 Feb. 2023 (10.30-13.00) Menoni

Mon. 13 Feb. 2023 (9.00-14.00) Blakely / Pasqui

Wed. 15 Feb. 2023 (9.00-13.30) Balducci / Balducci-Curci


Bibliografia
Risorsa bibliografica obbligatoriaBalducci, A., Chiffi, D. Curci (Eds),, Risk and resilience, social spatial and environmental challenges, Editore: Springer Brief, Anno edizione: 2020, ISBN: 978-3-030-56066-9
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Risorsa bibliografica obbligatoriaB. Latour, Down to the Earth:: Politics in the new climatic regime, Editore: Polity Press, Anno edizione: 2018, ISBN: 978-1-5095-3059-5
Risorsa bibliografica facoltativaS.Armondi, A.Balducci, M.Bovo, B.Galimberti (eds), Cities Learning from a Pandemic. Towards Preparedness, Editore: Routledge, Anno edizione: 2022, ISBN: 9781003240983

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