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Phoenix Urban Research Lab

The Latino Urbanism Symposium
Latino Urbanism: Defining a Cultural Urban Form
May 4–5, 2011
Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory

Latino Urbanism is an emerging approach to development that responds to Latino lifestyles, cultural preferences, and economic needs. The Latino Urbanism Symposium, held at ASU’s Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory in downtown Phoenix, highlights Latino Urbanism and its role in American placemaking.


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The Latino Urbanism Symposium
Latino Urbanism: Defining a Cultural Urban Form
May 4–5, 2011
Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory

Latino Urbanism is an emerging approach to development that responds to Latino lifestyles, cultural preferences, and economic needs. The Latino Urbanism Symposium, held at ASU’s Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory in downtown Phoenix, highlights Latino Urbanism and its role in American placemaking. Through public presentations, panel discussions, community outreach and a design forum, we celebrate and seek to understand how Latino Urbanism is reshaping the American urban landscape.

Lectors: Roberto Moreno, Jesus Lara, James Rojas, Kevin Kellogg, Stefanos Polyzoides, Bob Vint, Francisco Lara-Valencia, Michael Rios, Teresa Vazquez, Gabriel Díaz Montemayor, Ernesto Fonseca, Lawrence Herzog

The Latino Urbanism Symposium and related events are organized by the Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory, an extension of the Design School at Arizona State University with support from the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning and the ASU Stardust Center for Affordable Homes and the Family.

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