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									                               Programme

                        Sunday, 10 December 2006

Registration                          02.30 pm – 06:30 pm   HSS Department, IIT Delhi
Council Meeting                       05.00 pm –0 6.30 pm   Chintan, ICSSR Guest House



                       Monday, 11 December 2006
Inaugural Session of the Conference   09.30 am – 11.00 am    Seminar Hall, IIT Delhi
Tea                                   11.00 am – 11.30 am    Seminar Hall, IIT Delhi
Theme 1        Session 1              11.30 am – 01.30 pm    Room A, IIT, Delhi
Theme 2        Session 1              11.30 am – 01.30 pm    Room C, IIT, Delhi
Theme 3        Session 1              11.30 am – 01.30 pm    Room B, IIT, Delhi
Theme 5        Session 1              11.30 am – 01.30 pm    Room D, IIT, Delhi
Theme 6        Session 1              11.30 am – 01.30 pm    Room E, IIT, Delhi
Lunch                                 01.30 pm – 02.30 pm    Cr Pavilion, IIT Delhi
Theme 1        Session 2              02.30 pm - 04.15 pm    Room A, IIT, Delhi
Theme 2        Session 2              02.30 pm - 04.15 pm    Room B, IIT, Delhi
Theme 3        Session 2              02.30 pm - 04.15 pm    Room C, IIT, Delhi
Theme 5        Session 2              02.30 pm - 04.15 pm    Room D, IIT, Delhi
Theme 6        Session 2              02.30 pm - 04.15 pm    Room E, IIT, Delhi
Tea                                   04.15 pm – 04.30 pm    IIT, Delhi
Panel Session – I                     04.30 pm - 06.00 pm    Seminar Hall, IIT Delhi
Cultural Programme                    06.30 pm - 08.30 pm    Seminar Hall, IIT Delhi
Dinner                                08.30 pm –10.00 pm     Cr Pavilion, IIT Delhi



                       Tuesday, 12 December 2006
Theme 1       Session 3               09.00 am – 10.30 am    Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 3       Session 3               09.00 am – 10.30 am    Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 5       Session 3               09.00 am – 10.30 am    Room H, I.I.C.
Theme 4       Session 1               09.00 am – 10.30 am    Room I, INTACH
Inaugural of Exhibition on Art &      10.30 am – 11.30 am    INTACH
Culture & Tea
Panel Session – II                    11.30 am – 01.00 pm    Auditorium, IIC
Lunch                                 01.00 am – 02.00 pm    I.I.C.
Field Tour                            02.00 pm – 06.30 pm    Historical Places of Delhi
Special Light & Sound Programme       06.30 pm – 07.30 pm
(Optional)




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                     Wednesday, 13 December 2006
Theme 1      Session 4           09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 2      Session 3           09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 3      Session 4           09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room H, I.I.C.
Theme 4      Session 2           09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room I, INTACH.
Tea                              11.00 am – 11.30 am   I.I.C.
Theme 1      Session 5           11.30 am – 01.30 pm   Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 3      Session 5           11.30 am – 01.30 pm   Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 5      Session 4           11.30 am – 01.30 pm   Room H, I.I.C.
Theme 4      Session 3           11.30 am – 01.30 pm   Room I, INTACH
Lunch                            01.30 pm – 02.30 pm   I.I.C.
Theme 1      Session 6           02.30 pm - 04.00 pm   Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 3      Session 6           02.30 pm - 04.00 pm   Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 5      Session 5           02.30 pm - 04.00 pm   Room H, I.I.C.
Theme 4      Session 4           02.30 pm - 04.00 pm   Room I, INTACH
Gordon Cherry Memorial Lecture   04.00 pm - 05.00 pm   Auditorium, I.I.C.




                      Thursday, 14 December 2006
Theme 1       Session 7          09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 2       Session 4          09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 5       Session 6          09.00 am – 11.00 am   Room H, I.I.C.
Tea                              11.00 am – 11.30 am   I.I.C.
Panel Session – III              11.30 am - 01.00 pm   Auditorium, I.I.C.
Lunch                            01.00 pm – 02.00 pm   I.I.C.
Theme 2       Session 5          02.00 pm - 03.30 pm   Room F, I.I.C.
Theme 3       Session 7          02.00 pm - 03.30 pm   Room G, I.I.C.
Theme 5       Session 7          02.00 pm - 03.30 pm   Room H, I.I.C.
Valedictory Session              03.35 pm - 04.45 pm   Auditorium, I.I.C.
Tea                              04.45 pm - 05.00 pm   I.I.C.




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                            Detailed Session Programme
           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                           Session: 1
Date: 11 December 2006               Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm            Venue: Room – A, IIT Delhi
  001   The City Beautiful Comes to Scotland: Dundee and James: Thomson’s Redevelopment Scheme,
        1913
        Ian Morley
  002   Urban Tattoos as a Metaphor of the Modern City
        Soares Liliana & Aparo Ermanno
  012   Convergence of the Different: Manuel Castells and the Urban Planning Debate after the 1960s.
        Pedro Novais
  016   The Cities of Uzgen and Karakol in Kyrgyzstan: Two Poles of National Planning Cultures in
        Country Without Distinctive Urban Roots
        Andrey Ivaov
  017   Waterfronts – Global Planning Ideas and Local Identities
        Drik Schubert
  033   The Internationalization of the City Beautiful
        Robert Freestone
  039   The Globalization of the Baltimore Model of Waterfront Development: A Case Study of
        Developer as Agent of Transnational Diffusion.
        Stephen V. Ward
  040   Highways for the Pedestrians. Social Capital with the Urban Remodeling Processes
        Rafael Reinoso Bellido & Jose Maria Romero



                                    Theme 2: Colonial Planning
                                               Session: 1
Date: 11 December 2006               Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm            Venue: Room – C, IIT Delhi

 008    From the Tradition to the Modernization of the City. The Paper of the Colegio De Ingenieros De
        Venezuelaand the Professionals between 1950 and 1958
        Ana Elisa Fato
 022    The Micro-district In China: Pas and Present
        Duanfang Lu
 029    The Partnership Paradigm: Governance between Trust and Legitimacy
        Pieter Glasbergen
 035    The Urban and Global Origins of Color Lines in Colonial Madras and New York
        Carl H. Nightingale
 037    From Master Plan to Vision Plan: The changing role of plans and plan making in city
        Development
        N. Ramakrishna
 050    Housing and Town Planning in the Late Colonial Period: The Dutch and British Experiences
        Compared.
        Richard Harris
 219    New Delhi: Battles over Site and Style, 1911-1913
        Dinyar Patel
 213    Urbanisation in India: A Colonial Perspective
        Niyati Padhi


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                             Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                         Session: 1
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm               Venue: Room –B, IIT Delhi


 003    Lachlan Macquarie and the Foundation of the City of Sydney: A Global Apprenticeship in
        Urban Design
        Diane Brand
 007    Espírito Santo State (BR): Social-Space-Temporal territorialities. First Act: From
        Cosmological to Logistical.
        Renata H.D. Almedia
 009    The Urbanization San Blas, Sociology and Prefabrication in Venezuela During the Decade of
        the 1960
        Alfanso Arellano
 010    Modern Movement Urbanism in South America, the 1930´ and the 1960´: A Comparative
        Perspective.
        Marco Filgueiras Gomes
 028    Identitary Polyphony and its Enunciates at the Metropoly of the Southern Common Market
        Caio Smolarek & Mrs. Solange Smolarek
 036    New Communities around Cairo: A Real Urban Strategy, or Merely an Economic investment
        Samar Maqusi
 173    The Territorial Projections of “Progetto ‘80”: Urbanism and National Economic Planning in
        the 1960’s Italy
        Cristina Renzoni
 203    The Women Entrepreneurs: A Product of Cultural and Structural Influences
        Raka Shran



                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                             Session: 1
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm              Venue: Room – D, IIT Delhi

  013   Power of Place: Lessons for Planners and Designers
        Rajnder Jutla
  014   The Urban open Space Plan for the sustainable City and its application in Tokyo
        Jeanhwa Song Yukio Nishimura
  024   Sustainable Places: Historic Concept, New Meanings
        Dennis Hardy
  026   Diffusionist impacts, Opportunities and Constraints in Environmental Policy Making In
        Turkey
        Sevin Aksoylu
  027   Historicity and Townscape Management in ordinary Japanese Towns
        Keiichi Kobayashi
  030   The Garden City: Marketing Suburbia in New Zealand
        Errol Haarhoff
  038   From Totalitarianism to Laissez-Faire: The Impacts of in consistent regional Development
        Planning in the Brazilian Amazon
        Alexandre M.A. Diniz & Reinaldo Santos
  042   The Renewal and Transformation of Characteristic Essential Factor in City Moat History
        Sector of China
        Chen Tingting

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                            Theme 6: Technology and Infrastructure
                                              Session: 1
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm              Venue: Room – E, IIT Delhi


  046   Post War Planning and the Disposal of Wartime Manufacturing Plant in Chicago
        Robert Lewis
  048   Planning Temple Architecture :Evolution and Growth of Orissan Temples
        Amal Mishra
  083   Contribution of Technologies in Improving the Quality of Life
        Vijay Neekhra & Takashi Onishi
  092   A Comparative Architectural Study of the Structural Form Between two Religious Buildings
        in Brasília: The Cathedral and the Tibetan Stupa.
        Cláudia Estrela Porto
  093   The City and the Bottom Line: Urban Mega projects and the Privatization of Planning in
        Southeast Asia
        Gavin Shatkin
  099   Analysis on the Cityscape Structure in Osaka Assisted by GIS
        Kazunari Tanaka & Shin Yoshikawa




           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                           Session: 2
Date: 11 December 2006               Time: 2.30pm – 4.15pm                Venue: Room – A, IIT Delhi


  045   The International Influences on the Planning of Abuja, the New Capital of Nigeria
        Jürgen Lafrenz
  049   Identity and Modernity in Brazil
        Zapatel Antonio
  052   Historically Generated Local Identity: The Impact of Modern Planning Strategies on the
        Historic Core and old Places in Cities
        Ola Wetterberg & Mir Azimzadeh
  055   International Transfers of Urban Planning Ideas and Resonances in the City of Rio De Janeiro
        Vera F. Rezende & Marlice N. S.
  060   A Study on Situation and Method of Drawing War-Damaged area Map in European and
        Japanese War-Damaged Cities
        Norioki Ishimaru
  072   A Dialogue with Dissonant Voices: Planning Exchanges Between the United States and Italy,
        1945-1955
        Paolo Scrivano




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                                   Theme 2: Colonial Planning
                                           Session: 2
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.15pm                Venue: Room –B, IIT Delhi

  057   New Delhi; Resistance and the Tensions of Empire in a Colonial
        Stephen Legg
  066   Constructing Civic Space in an Imperial Capital: Madras’ People’s Park, 1860-1890
        Judith Kenny
  073   Planning History of Taiwan Under the Japanese Colonial Rule
        Shun-Ichi J. Watanabe
  074   Planning as Justice
        Shiben Banerji
  076   Going South: The Garden City Concept in Urban Plans Made by Portuguese architects in the
        Colonies during the 20th Century
        Madalena Cunha Matos & Tania Beisl Ramos
  085   The Urbanism of Thomas Sharp
        John Pendlebury
  182   Space as Place’ and the Relevance of Sittesque Planning in European Urban Design after WW-II
        Heleni Porfyriou




                              Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                          Session: 2
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.15pm                Venue: Room – C, IIT Delhi


  041   The Traditional Folk Settlement on the Salt Path From Sichuan Province, China
        Kui Shao & Baofeng Li
  053   Analysis of the Sociological Reasons of China’s Amending the Standards on Urban
        Residential area Planning and Designing standards
        Keren Wu
  054   The Dense Façade of Barcelona
        Nadia Fava
  056   The Formal and the Picturesque – Appropriate ways of Describing and improving the
        Urban Network? Indian and European Examples
        Ulrich Maximilian Schumann
  064   From Opprobrium to Appropriation?: Ethnic Precincts and the Changing Cultural Context
        of Canadian Cities.
        Daniel Hiebert & Francois Bertrand




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                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 2
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.15pm              Venue: Room – D, IIT Delhi


  044   Housing in Decentralized and Deregulated Contexts: Sustainable Strategies and      Survival
        Practices
        C.S. Thereza
  051   The approach towards defining and Categorization of Slums.
        Vijay Neekhra & Takashi Onishi
  061   Sustainable Ecological Waterfront View Optimizing Strategy a Study of Wuhan: A Summer-
        Hot and Winter-Cold Area in China
        Jing Wu & Baofeng Li
  063   Conditions and Sustainability of Tourism Development in the IMS Growth Triangle
        Nami Tanaka & Kazunai Tanaka
  067   A Gateway to Sustainable Management Plan for Heritage City space of Delhi
        Sanhita, Piyali & Papiya Bandyopadhyay
  068   Planning Healthy and Sustainable Cities in Africa: An inclusive approach
        Geoffrey Nwaka




                           Theme 6: Technology and Infrastructure
                                        Session: 2
Date: 11 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.15pm              Venue: Room – E, IIT Delhi


 110    Blogosphere Urbanism: Online Spatiality and Virtual Cyber Diffusion
        Wael Salah Fahmi
 145    Traveler or Pesky Impediment to Travel? Pedestrians and Traffic Regulations in the U.S. A and
        France, 1870-1930
        Asha Weinstein
 184    Technocratic Aesthetics: Pragmatic Planning and Modern Housing in Postwar France, 1945-
        1975”
        Charissa N. Terranova
 200    Transnational Trends in Urban Design and City-Making: Entertainment-Retail Centers (Ercs) in
        Hong Kong and Los Angeles
        Clara Irazábal & Surajit Chakravarty
 236    Role of State and Local Government in Management of Urban Transport Problems – A Case of
        Delhi.
        A. K. Sen, Geetam Tiwari & V. Upadhyay
 239    Parking Nightmares? An its Solution
        Vinay Maitri & Veni Mathur



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           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                       Session: 3
Date: 12 December 2006              Time: 9.00am – 10.30am               Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  084   Cross Transferences and Local Planning Paths the Barcelona Market System
        Manuel Guardia, M. Usandizaga & Jose Luis
  101   Shanghai Central: The Planning and Replanning of Shanghai’s Central Business District
        Kerrie L Macpherson
  105   Study of Commercial Configuration of Hubin Tourism & Business Specialty
        District of Hangzhou in China to Preserve City Identity
        Ying Jun Liang & Chen Hua
  113   Planning the Most Visited Place on Earth: Las Vegas and Planning History
        Aseem Inam
  115   City Planning in Mexico in the Context of Global Economy
        Roque Juan & Irma Guadalupe
  120   Uzo Nishiyama’s Proposals for a Planned Urban Expansion of Japanese Cities.
        Andrea Urushima




                             Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                         Session: 3
Date: 12 December 2006              Time: 9.00am – 10.30am               Venue: Room – G, I.I.C.


  070   The Glocal Planning of Rio´S Port Zone: From the Guggenheim-Rio to the Cidade Do Samba
        Maria Da Silveira Lobo
  075   Situating the Bungalow in Global Context: A Functional Standard for working Class
        Domestic Space
        Thomas Hubka
  077   Reconstructing Golden V. Planning Board of Town of Ramapo: The Real story behind the
        First Growth Management Plan in the U.S.
        Stuart Meck & Rebecca Retzlaff
  086   Reconstructing the small town
        John Pendlebury & Peter J Larkham
  090   State, Local Government and Urban Planning in Mexico´s City Genesis of an Urban Power,
        1900 – 1933.
        Sergio Miranda
  102   Study on Traditional Village Center and its Transformation Process: A Case study of Tu Liem
        District, Hanoi.
        Quynh Chi Le




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                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 3
Date: 12 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 10.30am              Venue: Room – H, I.I.C

  079   Managing the Hills: A Study of the Planning and Management for Rapidly Urbanising Former
        Colonial “Hill Stations” Locations in the Peri-Urban Zone.
        Darryl Low Choy
  081   Preservation of Urban Farmland and Forests; Particular Policies and Citizen’s Participation in
        Yokohama City
        Yorifusa Ishida
  087   Sustainable Barrier at Lisbon’s Waterfront
        Pedro Ressano Garcia
  088   Ecological Planning Experience of Curitiba's Urban Parks
        Antonio Manuel & Yara Vicentini
  114   Large Equipment and Urban Spatial Structure: Transformation And Socioeconomic Relations
        Under the Complexity Science Approach
        Niara Palma
  195   Environmental Approaches in Renovating a thousand year old capital city from India
        Binayak Rath & N. C. Sahu




                     Theme 4: National and International Heritage Policy
                                         Session: 1
Date: 12 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 10.30am              Venue: Room – I, INTACH


  004   Sustainable World Heritage Management: An Investigation of Two Key Themes of Sustainable
        Practice
        Chris Landorf
  011   Decentralization and Revitalization of Medium-Sized Cities: The Case of Juiz De Fora, Minas
        Gerais State, Brazil.
        Julio Casar Ribeiro Patricia Junqueira
  021   Views of Taj - Figure in the Landscape
        Amita Sinha & Prof. Terence Harkness
  023   The Ganga Riverfront Heritage Zone in Varanasi: India Contestation and Planning
        P. B. Rana Singh
  043   E.U.R. Roma, 1936 – 2006. The Community of Memories Rediscovered?
        Patrice Ballester
  225   Revamping Heritage Management: Responding to Endemic Crisis of Historic Urban Core of
        Kolkata
        Satyaki Sarkar




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           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                       Session: 4
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.00am              Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  128   Reevaluating Traditional Urban Codes in Kyoto
        Yoshihiko Baba
  131   Alvar Aalto’s Urban Ideas in a Small Finnish Town in the 50s.
        Riitta Niskanen
  132   Neighborhood Unit Concept” to 60/40: Travel and Travails of a Global Planning Idea.
        Sanjeev Vidyarthi
  133   From Monocentric Model to Multi-Polar Metropolis: American Urbanization Pattern and its
        Reference for China and India
        Xu Wang
  138   Study on the Process of Conception and Formation of Vista Toward Diet Building
        Yu Okamura
  139   The Dynamics of State-Business Driven Public Spaces in Singapore
        Ning Huo
  153   Representing the State: Symbolism and Ideology in Doxiadis´S Plan for Islamabad
        Zaib Ahmed Mahsud




                                   Theme 2: Colonial Planning
                                           Session: 3
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.0am                   Venue: Room – G, I.I.C

  089   The Globalized Style of Places
        Lineu Castello
  094   Building U.S. Public Housing in Puerto Rico
        Zaire Dinzey-Flores
  095   The Inexistente Redemption in Local Urban Planning: The Case of Tamanduatehy Axle Project,
        1997-2002, Santo André, Sp, Brazil.
        Enio Moro Junior
  098   The Immaterial City: Notes on Contemporary Urban Experience and the Modernity of the Past -
        Brazil, a Case-Study
        Margareth Silva-Pereira
  103   The Birth of Architectural Control in Santa Barbara
        Fukuo Akimoto
  106   Contested Colonial Planning Legacy in Lahore: Androon Shaher [Inner City] as a “Terrain
        Vague” – an Accumulation of Ruins, Vacancies, and Residual Spaces
        Khalid W. Bajwa
  117   The Changing Appreciation of Patrick Geddes: A Critical Historiography in Town Planning
        Noah Hysler Rubin
  121   Alfred Agache and the Transformation of Rio De Janeiro During the Vargas Period (1930-1945)
        Fernando Diniz Moreira


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                              Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                          Session: 4
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.00am               Venue: Room – H, I.I.C.


  107   Early 16th Century Gridplanning in Northern Africa: From Arzila and Azamor to Mazagão
        Jorge Correia
  108   The Street is Ours: Cairo's contested spaces of Freedom and Real City Claims
        Wael Salah Fahmi
  112   The Role of Public art in 'Lisbon 1994': An Improvement to this City’s Future
        Telmo Luís Garção Lopes
  116   1774-1776: The Plans for Vila Real De Santo António and Nova Goa the (Non) Circulation of
        the Cemeterial Model
        Maria Manuel Oliveira
  123   Fuchi” - A Traditional concept of Amenity in Japanese Modern City Planning
        Naoto Nakajima
  129   Amnesiac Lapse in Constructing Artistic Heritage’
        Baishali Ghosh
  143   A Passage to India: Urban Change in Alexandria and Cairo in the 15th and 19th Centuries
        Cristina Pallini & Sharon Clarice Smith




                     Theme 4: National and International Heritage Policy
                                         Session: 2
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.00am               Venue: Room – I, INTACH


  071   Cross National Transfer of Planning Ideas and Local Identity
        Camila Gomes & Maria Angela
  078   The Limitations of Western Based Conservation Theory and for Conserving the Cultural Built
        Heritage in the Sub-Continent South and South East Asia: A Review of Theory and Philosophical
        Approaches.
        Jamie Mackee & Kate Hartig
  091   Urban Forms: Historical References in the Project of Le Corbusier to Rio De Janeiro and others
        Brazilian Architects
        Eloísa Petti Pinheiro
  100   Ambitious Schemes’: Town Planning and the Garden City Idea in 1910s South Australia
        Christine Garnaut
  104   The Implementation of Conservation Plans of the Rattanakosin, Bangkok
        Wimonrart Issarathumnoon
  109   Case Study of Hangzhou City: The Protection of Historical Cultural Heritage and Urban
        Construction
        Shan Huang & Hua Chen
  111   Italy’s Planners and the Problem of the «Historical Centers»: Debates from the 1950s-1970s
        Filippo De Pieri




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           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                       Session: 5
Date: 13 December 2006                Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm                    Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  157   The Transformation of the Medieval City Through Alignment Reforms the Cort Plan
        Jose Luis Sainz Guerra & Jové Sandoval
  159   Closing in. Condominiums of the 90’s in Lisbon’s Metropolitan Region
        Sérgio Rodrigues & Madalena Cunha Matos
  160   A Shared Landscape of Planned Distinctiveness: Residential Planning along the West Coast of
        Canada and the United States, C.1900–1940
        Larry Mccann
  166   Planning the City of Salvador (Bahia, Brazil) in the 40’s: Under Geddes’ Ideas and Local Dilemas
        Ana Fernandes
  171   Urban Culture and Urban Nature: Negotiating Local and Global Identities in Delhi, 1803-2005
        Jyoti Hosagrahar
  178   Lost in Translation – The Destruction of old Delhi and the creation of a New Capital
        Manu P. Sobti




                               Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                           Session: 5
Date: 13 December 2006                Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm                    Venue: Room – G, I.I.C.


  146   Conflict and Dissimulation in Architecture and Planning – Socialist Realism Versus
        international Modernism in the Old GDR
        Guenter Martin Lehmann
  148   Territorial Implantation and Metropolitan Structuration of San Cristobal a Venezuelan Border
        City (Period 1870 -2006).
        Ligia Esther Mogollon
  151   The Contemporary Periphery: Migration, Home and Job
        Mônica Virginia De Souza
  158   Art Deco Theater: The “Necessary Modern
        Maria De Lourdes Luz & João Marcos Torres
  164   From the unitarian city to the fragmented metropolis. A critic of the
        Construction of the modern são luís
        Frederico Burnett
  170   Backyards and the Geography of the Brazilian Dwelling
        Luis Octavio Da Silva
  221   Primacy of Heritage Sites in Maintaining Sustainable Urban Environment: A Case of Revival
        of Humayun Tomb in Delhi as a World Heritage Site
        Binayak Rath & Rupesh Kaushik




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                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 4
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm                Venue: Room – H, I.I.C.


  118   Informal Settlements: Policies and Programs. From Eradication to Recognition
        Norma García De Hernández
  119   Reconstruction Planning of Okayama in Japan after World War
        Takashi Yasuda
  122   Seeking Standard for Small Cities in Hot-Summer and Cold-Winter Zone
        Kai-Xiong Guan
  127   Comparison of the Image of People’s Lifestyle in the City – According to City Theories of Patrick
        Geddes and Kenzo Tange
        Tomoko Kuroda
  130   New Garden City Project in Japan -Garden City Maitamon, Mitsuike Project in Kobe–
        Takahito Saiki
  156   The City Center Decadence Phenomena in the City of Sao Paulo and the Local Administration
        Policy for the Urban
        Luis Octavio Da Silva
  161   A Study about the Design Strategy of Green Buildings in Hot-Summer and Cold-Winter Zone
        Ping Wang, Shen Wang, Li Baofeng & Hua Wei
  163   The Place of Appropriateness in Severiano Porto: Children’s Village Amazonas
        Mirian Keiko Ito Rovo




                     Theme 4: National and International Heritage Policy
                                         Session: 3
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm                Venue: Room – I, INTACH


  125   Urban Aboriginal Australian Heritage: International Concerns and National Approaches
        Vidhu Gandhi
  135 The Challenges of Urbanism in Brazil on the Transformation of the Cities in the 20th Century
      Maria Cristina Silva Leme
  136   Discovering Shangrila Sikkim, India
        Vibha Arora
  137   Reconsidering Relocated Buildings: Authenticity and the ICOMOS Charter
        Jenny Gregory
  140   Fiction out of Fiction or Do Frank’s Ashes Matter?
        Elizabeth Aitken Rose
  142   National Heritage Policy-Rio De Janeiro Central area Ternational
        Maria De Lourdes Costa
  147   Brasília, World Heritage: Questions of Cultural Identity and Heritage Policy
        Ana Elisabete Medeiros &Luciana Saboia
  150   Museum and City – Double Exposition. Museum Clusters in Contemporary Urban Regeneration.
        Mila Nikolić
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           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                       Session: 6
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 2.30pm – 4.00pm                 Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  181   The City of Dubaii or the Planning Illustration of Globalization in the Arabian Gulf
        Azza Eleishe
  183   Modernization, Land Ownership, and Property Rights in Japan: Institutional Borrowing Versus
        Path-Dependency
        Andre Sorensen
  189   Matera and La Martella: Resi-Duality as Resource?
        Viviana d’Auria
  190   The Application of Critical Pragmatism to the Evaluation of Planning: The Case of the Kathorus
        special Presidential Project in South Africa
        Tanya Zack & Brian Ruff
  193   Urban Land Growth and its Management in China the Contemporary Approaches
        Han Haoying & Nishimura Yukio
  218   Traditional Still Modern” – Authentic Planning Techniques of Ancient India
        Riddhi Jaydeo Chokhawala




                              Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                          Session: 6
Date: 13 December 2006               Time: 2.30pm – 4.00pm                 Venue: Room – G, I.I.C.


  025   The Impact of Joining the European Union in the Built Environment in Lithuania
        Egle Garrick
  176   Urban Planning Practice in Brazil in the 1960`S: Leaving behind the Public Agencies
        Sarah Feldman
  177   Slums (Favelas) of Rio De Janeiro: Lost and Found Identities. A Cultural Approach
        Maria Lais Pereira Da Silva
  186   Comparing Urban and Rural Children's Perceptions of an Ideal Community
        Patricia L. Machemer & Sissi P. Foster
  192   Cosmic Cities: Mythological beliefs in City Planning
        Kadambini Pandey & D. Deshpanede
  196   The Utopian Underpinnings of the Nineteenth Century: New England Mill Community
        John R. Mullin Dr. Zenia Kotval




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                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 5
Date: 13 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.00pm              Venue: Room – H, I.I.C.



  082   Urban Planning and Environment – Major Issues a Study of Kanpur City in Uttar Pradesh
        O. P. Shukla
  174   Landscape Law and Urban studies - A Case study of Japanese Experience and Experiment
        Yuji Jinnouchi & Yumiko Ueda
  185   Conceiving the Environmental and Landscape Context for the Fluvial Park along Batalha River
        Adalberto Da Silva & Christian Traficante
  188   Zoning Policy in Indian Mega Cities
        P.M. Prasad & A. Shriwastav
  191   A Study of Condominium Reconstruction of the oldest New Town in Japan
        Yoshi Fujimoto
  194   New Urbanism and Urban Environmental Planning in Context of Green Building Technologies:
        Scope & Prospects in Indian Urban Planning
        Binayak Rath Abhishek Joshi




                     Theme 4: National and International Heritage Policy
                                         Session: 4
Date: 13 December 2006              Time: 2.30pm – 4.00pm              Venue: Room – I, INTACH


  047   Outdoor Advertsing as a form of Urban Expression in India
        Namita Kambli & Errol Haarhoff
  152   Local Life in a World Heritage City: A Study about Contemporary Living in a World Heritage
        City, São Luís Do Maranhão, Brazil.
        Marluce Venancio
  167   Urban Plans as Instruments of Social and Spatial Fragmentation the San Cristóbal City Case,
        Venezuela.
        Teresa Pérez De Murzi
  175   The Enigma of the Town
        Anna Victória De & Maria Angelica
  240   A Composition in Stone and Spices
        Ruchin Chaudhary




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           Theme 1: Global and Traditional Contemporary Local Planning Styles
                                       Session: 7
Date: 14 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.00am                Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  179   Alternative Taipei: a Possible History of Planning Since 1905
        Ho Hsin-Yi & Ming-Hung Wang
  208   Shopping Malls in Australia: The Changing Planning Response
        Robin Goodman & Michael Buxton
  211   Planning the Local Power: City Halls and their Iconography in Scandinavian capital cities
        Laura Kolbe
  216   Planning Aspects in the Historic City of Allahabad for it's Regeneration
        Devendra K. Dwivedi
  217   Planning of New Delhi: The Eighth City Within Delhi as the 20th Century Capital of India
        Binayak Rath
  220   Singapore’s Urban Transformation, Housing and Public Space
        Heng Hye Kiang & Chong Keng Hua
  222   Chinese City Planning History 1949-1965, a Procedure across Nation and Regime
        Huang Li
  228   Global, Glocal or Local City: Emerging Politics of scale in city Planning for the Globalising City
        of Bangalore, India
        Rolee Aranya




                                    Theme 2: Colonial Planning
                                            Session: 4
Date: 14 December 2006               Time: 9.00am – 11.00am                Venue: Room – G, I.I.C.


  144   Relationships With Climates in The Norms and Urban Design of the Spanish and Portuguese
        Colonies.
        Griselda Pinheiro Kluppel
  149   Revisiting Delhi’s Landscape Planning in Historical Perspective a Case Study of Delhi’s
        ‘Monument-Parks’
        Yuthika Sharma
  162   The Making of Subaltern Urban Spaces: The Legacy of Colonial Urban Development
        Tridib Banerjee
  172   Between colonial-modernity and independence: reception, resistance and reproduction in PWD
        housing designs and planning, India 1919-1975
        Peter Scriver
  187   Colonial Construction and Postcolonial Persistence of the “Imperial” in the New Delhi Plan
        Anubhav Gupata
  197   The Haussmanization of an Indian City: The Experience of Colonial Calcutta
        Partho Datta
  212   Importing Problems: The Impact of a Housing ordinance on Colombo Sri-Lanka
        Nihal Perera




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                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 6
Date: 14 December 2006              Time: 9.00am – 11.00am               Venue: Room – H, I.I.C.


  198   Minimize Complexity in Urban Planning through system Dynamics Approach
        Mridula Sahay
  201   Mass Housing and Urbanization: On the Road to Modernization in Santiago of Chile, 1930 1960
        Luis Valenzuela
  202   The Provision of Parks and Open Spaces in Dhaka Under the Pakistan Rules, 1947-1971- A
        Critical Analysis of the Problems of Basic Planning Tools of the Dhaka Improvement Trust
        A.K.M. Golam Rabbani
  204   Auroville In Perspective: A Study of Auroville Within a Framework of Western Ecological
        Planning
        Katherine Crew & Ann Forsyth
  215   Shaping Villages in the City of Zhuhai, China: Competing Concepts and Practices
        Qing Li
  241   An Environment- Ecology Approach for Designs of Multistoried Buildings
        Anuradha Sharma




                                   Theme 2: Colonial Planning
                                           Session: 5
Date: 14 December 2006              Time: 2.00pm – 3.30pm               Venue: Room – F, I.I.C.


  227   Carlos Contreras and John Nolen: A Window into the History of Urban Planning in Mexico and
        in the United States
        M. Teresa Vázquez
  230   Emergence of a Colonial Town to Tribal City: Planning History of Shillong and Future
        Challenges
        Nirankar Srivastav

  231   Eurasians, Space and the Colonial City in British Hong Kong and French Indochina, 1880-1945
        David M. Pomfret
  235   Land Policy in British Colonial Urban Development
        Robert Home




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                              Theme 3: Society Culture and Politics
                                          Session: 7
Date: 14 December 2006               Time: 2.00pm – 3.30pm               Venue: Room – G, I.I.C.


  199   Cityscape, Architecture and Planning.     Cultural Transfer and Exchange in a Colonial
        Environment: Algiers, 1925-1942
        Maria Alessandra Pisi
  205   Relevance of Vastu Shastra in the Modern Town Planning Policy
        Amit Ray
  209   The Rich and the Poor: Three Traditions in Modern Western Urbanism
        Bernardo Secchi
  210   Women and City Planning
        Devya Srivastava & Ritika Singh




                   Theme 5: Sustainability and Environmental Approaches
                                         Session: 7
 Date: 14 December 2006              Time: 2.00pm – 3.30pm               Venue: Room – H, I.I.C.


  224   An “Enquiry by Design (Ebd)” Approach to Participatory Planning – Case of the Mumbai Mill
        Land Revitalization Strategy
        Deependra Prasad
  229   Equitable Policies, Inequitable outcomes and Inequitable Policies: A Case of Land, Housing and
        Transport in Delhi
        Ashok Kumar
  237   Environmental Factors and Sencse of Community in a Planned Town - A Case Study on
        Bhubaneswar (Orissa)
        Jyotirmayee Das & Arttatrana Tripathy
  238   Sustainability of Current Policies and Urban Transformation a Case Study of Delhi
        Shakti Kak & Vrajendra Upadhyay
  214   Landscapes of Water
        Paola Vigan




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             Panel Session I: Capital City Planning Ideas and National Identity

Date: 11 December 2006      Time: 4.30 pm - 6.00 pm         Venue: Room – Seminar Hall, IIT, Delhi


096    Cross National Transfer of Capital City Planning Ideas and National Identity
       David Gordon (Coordinator)
226    Projecting Power on Conquered Landscapes: Constructing National Capitals at Pretoria and
       Canberra
       Christopher Vernon
233    European Precedents for the Wasington 1902 Senate Park Commission Plan: Context and Issues
       Isabelle Gournay
234    Capital Cities, Urban Design, and the Temptations of Nationalism
       Lawrence J. Vale




            Panel Session II: Planning of the 20th Century New Capital of India
      Date: 12 December 2006      Time: 11.30 am – 1.00 pm   Venue: Auditorium, IIC

243    New Delhi: A Capital City in Transition
       Manu Bhatanagar (Coordinator)
       Narayani Gupta
       A.G.K. Menon
       Rajiv Narain




                                    Gordon Cherry Memorial Lecture
        Date: 13 December 2006        Time: 4.00 pm – 5.00 pm   Venue: Auditorium, IIC

       A Sense of Identity: The Preservation Mirror as Motivator for Planning
       Michael A. Tomlan




             Panel Session III: Urban Disasters and the Dynamics of Recovery
  Date: 14 December 2006         Time: 11.30 am – 1.00 pm        Venue: Auditorium, IIC

097    Resilient Cities: Urban Disasters and the Dynamics of Recovery Panel
       Max Page, Lawrance J. Vale
242    Earthquake Safety of Urban India
       C.V.R. Murthy
       Subir Saha (Coordinator)




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