Carnegie Mellon University's Masters of Urban Design course
Nida Rehman, Ph.D. and students | Carnegie Mellon University's Masters of Urban Design course
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About the Speaker
Nida Rehman, Ph.D. is an architect, urban designer, and cultural geographer using methods from urban studies and the history of architecture and planning to examine how processes of urbanization, the politics of planning and design, and the physical structure of cities produce ecological and infrastructural change, and impact human health. Her work draws from the fields of urban history, geography, and the environmental humanities and is rooted in a concern for the dynamics of place and the built environment shaped by her substantive experience as a practicing architect and urban designer in the United States and Pakistan.