Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

CIPR welcomes visiting researcher Felipe Irarrázaval

April 3rd, 2014

CIPR welcomes Felipe Irarrázaval as a visiting researcher invited by Professor Eduardo Silva, Friezo Family Foundation Chair in Political Science. Felipe Irarrázaval comes from CEDEUS, el Centro de Desarrollo Urbano Sustentable, in Santiago, Chile, part of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Irarrázaval is a researcher at CEDEUS, as well as a professor in the Department of History and Geography, and a Research Assistant at the Institute of Urban Studies at la Católica. He received his master’s degree in political science from the University of Chile and received his bachelor’s in education for Sustainable Development at the University of Santiago. His research interests include political ecology, environmental geography and climate change. He will return to Chile at the beginning of May

  • (2012) Irarrázaval. F. ‘€œEl imaginario ‘€œverde‘€ y el verde urbano como instrumento de consumo inmobiliario: configurando las condiciones ambientales del área metropolitana de Santiago‘€. Revista INVI Vol 25 (75), Pp 73-103.
  • (2011) Fuentes. C, Irarrázaval. F, Romero. H y Salgado. M. ‘€œComodificación y segregación socio-ambiental en Peñalolén: Comprendiendo su estructuración territorial‘€. Revista Sociedad y Equidad, Vol 1, Pp 1-8.
  • (2010) Romero. H, Irarrázaval. F, Opazo. D, Salgado. M y Smith. P. ‘€œClimas urbanos y contaminación atmosférica en Santiago de Chile‘€. Revista EURE, Vol 36, (109), Pp 35-61.
  • (2010) Irarrázaval. F. ‘€œZonas termales homogéneas y sostenibilidad del clima urbano a escala comunal en Santiago‘€. Anales del XXXI Congreso Nacional y XVI Internacional de Geografía, Universidad Austral, Valdivia, Chile.