09 October 2013

Milica Muminović has completed her PhD at co+labo in record time. She received the highest academic degree from Professor Tojiro Aoyama, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology
Milica’s Thesis, Advanced Assemblage Analysis of Built Environment and Persistence of the Identity of Place in Yanesen contributes to the methods of urban analysis based on assemblage theory by increasing their capacity to address changes in built environment and relating them to the persistences of identity of place. The methodology proposed and tested in this work approaches place in its complexity and analyses the dynamics of change of a concrete place as a complex whole.
Milica stays at co+labo, in the capacity of Research Assistant at our major research project – Measuring the non-Measurable.

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