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Senem Zeybekoglu Sadri


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Dr. Senem Zeybekoglu Sadri studied architecture at Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul, Turkey. She completed her PhD on “Urban Regeneration and the Right to the City” in 2008. Her post-doctoral research at the City College of New York, USA, focused on urban housing organisations and community-based planning and design.

Since 2000, she has been teaching various modules and leading design studios in architecture and interior architecture courses in different universities in Turkey, Cyprus, and the UK. During this period, she co-initiated several live and collaborative projects in partnership with universities, communities, NGOs, and local authorities in Turkey, Cyprus, Italy and the UK. Her teaching focuses on ecological design, inclusive design, community-based planning, and participatory design.

She published several articles, book chapters, and books on transformation of cities and urban regeneration, urban social movements, politics of public space, and the right to the city. Her co-edited book entitled “Cities without Capitalism” was recently published by Routledge.

Education/Academic qualification

Architecture, PhD, “Urban Transformation and Right to the City: The Cases of Fener-Balat Rehabilitation Program and Santral Istanbul Project”, Yildiz Technical University

Award Date: 1 Aug 2008

Architecture, M.Sc., “Spatial Analysis of Industrial Complexes in the Early Republican Period of Turkey: Nazilli, Bursa, Kayseri and Eskisehir Case Studies”, Yildiz Technical University

Award Date: 1 Aug 2002


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