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From Demands to Prefiguration. History of the Right to the City in Latin America
The article sets out to trace a conceptual history of the right to the city in Latin America. Based on a critical reading of Lefebvre's work, the essay reconstructs the theoretical frameworks that accompany the practical ...
Buses or trams for Latin America's cities?
There was a time when tram services were critical to public transport in many of the largest cities of Latin America; however, trams disappeared about fifty years ago, for a number of reasons. They are back now, especially ...
Is city-level travel time by car associated with individual obesity or diabetes in Latin American cities? Evidence from 178 cities in the SALURBAL project
There is growing evidence that longer travel time by private car poses physical and mental risks. Individual-level obesity and diabetes, two of the main public health challenges in low- and middle-income contexts, could ...
Notes on housing and land in large cities of Latin America
Reflexiones acerca de la hegemonía de la ciudad sobre el campo en América LatinaReflections on the city hegemony over the countryside in Latin America
(Sección Historia. Instituto Superior de Profesorado N°3. Villa Constitución, Argentina., 2021)
Los desastres naturales en las ciudades latinoamericanasNatural disasters in Latinamerica cities
(Eumed; Universidad de Malaga, 2006-12)
Analiza las catástrofs naturales en América Latina desde una perspectiva histórica en sus consecuencias sobre la materialidad de las ciudades y hasta en los aspectos religiosos como son las celebraciones que aún hoy se ...
Developments in public-transport systems in the cities of Latin America
This edition of the FAL Bulletin looks at public-transport systems developed and proposed in Latin America in recent years, and seeks to conduct a critical analysis of the policies underlying those activities and their ...