Integrated Phd Researcher
Marianna Monte is PhD. student, since October 2011, of the Urban Studies PhD. program shared between FCSH-UNL and ISCTE-IUL with the thesis “In-between Uses - Tool for Urban Planning of the Twenty First Century”. In 2010 she obtained her master degree in Urban Design at the TU-Berlin with the thesis “Informal Street Vendors and Urban Policies in Rio de Janeiro”. In 2007 she graduated in Architecture and Urban Planning degree at UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro) with a public spaces requalification project. During her graduation she did an academic exchange at TFH-Berlin funded by the project “AURORA” of the community program “ALFA-European Latin American University Cooperation”.
Madeira da Silva, Teresa; Monte, Monte (2013) Social Inclusion as a Collective Urban Project: Urban Farm in Lisbon and Informal Public Markets in Rio de Janeiro. In Duxbory, N.(Editor), CESContexto, nº2, Jun 2013, pp. 269-281.