Mar. 1st CITY Seminar - Jean- Paul Addie presents "Flying high (in the competitive sky): The role of airports in an age of globalized regionalism."

The next lecture in the CITY Seminar series welcomes Jean Paul Addie (PhD Candidate, Geography York University) who will be presenting "Flying high (in the competitive sky): The role of airports in an age of globalized regionalism." This event will be held on Friday March 1st, from 12:30-2:00pm in room 519, York Research Tower. 

Jean-Paul Addie is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at York  University. His doctoral dissertation provides a critical comparative analysis of  urban governance and transportation infrastructure in Chicago and Toronto from  1909-2010. His work has been published in Environment and Planning A, Local  Economy, and Urban Geography. He is currently involved in collaborative  research projects exploring comparative metropolitan governance in Canada and  Europe. Jean-Paul has worked as a course instructor and teaching assistant in  the Department of Geography at York University, and as a research assistant at  the City Institute.

Everyone is welcome.

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Listen to an audio recording of the event.

Jean-Paul Addie (PhD Candidate, Geography York University) and Roger Keil (Director, CITY Institute)