University of Sheffield
Patricia is a PhD researcher in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield. She graduated in Architecture and Planning in the Federal University of Santa Catarina and pursued Masters in Human Geography (Radboud University) and in International Cooperation in Urban Development (Mundus Urbano Programme - TU Darmstadt and International University of Catalunya). Her research interests are varied, but her current PhD involves a postcolonial comparison of traditional marketplaces and the governance and planning for those, from a Social Justice perspective.
MOST IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS
Schappo, P. and R. van Melik, R. (2016). “Meeting on the marketplace: on the integrative potential of The Hague Market”. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability (2016). Accessed December 02, 2016, doi: 10.1080/17549175.2016.1223741
Schappo, P. (2017). Immigrants’ Employment and Integration in Barcelona: A Qualitative Study. Master Thesis.
Schappo, P (2019). The Governance of public market spaces in Belo Horizonte. The Political Economy of Contested Territories Workshop. York, 2019