Meet the Author
Christine Mady is an associate professor in architecture, urban design, and urban planning at Notre Dame University- Louaize, Lebanon. Her research covers public spaces with a focus on unstable contexts, specifically Beirut, Lebanon. Mady investigates the role of public spaces in urban resilience, social integration, everyday life and social practices, public health, and mobility. Mady is a member of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), and the AESOP thematic group on Public Spaces and Urban Cultures.
Works by the Author
Architecture of the Territory: Constructing National Narratives in the Arab World
Co-published with Collective for Architecture