Sandra Oliveira e Costa

Research Fellow

Sandras’ research interests are about understanding urban development in the light of migration, segregation and integration policy. She also focuses on housing and planning policy as means for creating equal societies and on how participatory planning practices impacts on peoples’ lives and on urban development. When she gets the chance, she studies nationalist expressions in urban development processes.

Academic qualifications

MSc in Human Geography, Stockholm University (2012)

BA in Geography, Stockholm University (2010)

Languages

 

  • Swedish
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • English

 

Prior positions

Urban Planner at the Strategic Department of the City Planning Authority in Gothenburg (2013-2015) 

Private firm for consultancy on citizen dialogue within urban planning (2012-2013)

Publications 

Oliveira e Costa, S. (2016) Dealing with segregated cities and identity crisis in Tuna Tasan-Kok, Luca Bertolini, Sandra Oliveira e Costa, Hila Lothan, Higor Carvalho, Maarten Desmet, Seppe De Blust, Tim Devos, Deniz Kimyon, J. A. Zoete, and Peter Ahmad (2016) “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”: giving voice to planning practitioners Planning Theory & Practice Vol. 17, Iss. 4, 2016 

Lindholm, T., Oliveira e Costa, S., Wiberg, S. (Eds.) (2015) Medborgardialog - demokrati eller dekoration? Tolv röster om dialogens problem och potential i samhällsplaneringen Arkus#72

Oliveira e Costa, S. (2015) Slaget om staden – om urbana rättviserörelser och inbjudet deltagande. In Lindholm, T., Oliveira e Costa, S., Wiberg, S. (Eds.) (2015) Medborgardialog - demokrati eller dekoration? Tolv röster om dialogens problem och potential i samhällsplaneringen Arkus#72

Oliveira e Costa, S. (2013) Danmarks uppgörelse med parallellsamhället i ghettot. In MANA (2013:2-3)