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Non-resilient colonial urban planning and its resulting obstructed mobility: a historical view of a hospital in Kinshasa

Kristien Geenen (UGent) and Simon De Nys-Ketels (UGent)
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FWO-funded research project, entitled “Urban landscapes of colonial/postcolonial health care. Towards a spatial mapping of the performance of hospital infrastructure in Kinshasa, Mbandaka and Kisangani (DR Congo) from past to present (1920-2014)” (project n° G045015N, 2015-2019, supervised by Johan Lagae)
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urban planning, Kinshasa, pedestrian mobility, hospital infrastructure

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MLA
Geenen, Kristien, and Simon De Nys-Ketels. “Non-resilient Colonial Urban Planning and Its Resulting Obstructed Mobility: a Historical View of a Hospital in Kinshasa.” 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience. 2016. Print.
APA
Geenen, Kristien, & De Nys-Ketels, S. (2016). Non-resilient colonial urban planning and its resulting obstructed mobility: a historical view of a hospital in Kinshasa. 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience. Presented at the 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience.
Chicago author-date
Geenen, Kristien, and Simon De Nys-Ketels. 2016. “Non-resilient Colonial Urban Planning and Its Resulting Obstructed Mobility: a Historical View of a Hospital in Kinshasa.” In 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Geenen, Kristien, and Simon De Nys-Ketels. 2016. “Non-resilient Colonial Urban Planning and Its Resulting Obstructed Mobility: a Historical View of a Hospital in Kinshasa.” In 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience.
Vancouver
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Geenen K, De Nys-Ketels S. Non-resilient colonial urban planning and its resulting obstructed mobility: a historical view of a hospital in Kinshasa. 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience. 2016.
IEEE
[1]
K. Geenen and S. De Nys-Ketels, “Non-resilient colonial urban planning and its resulting obstructed mobility: a historical view of a hospital in Kinshasa,” in 17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience, Delft, 2016.
@inproceedings{8038835,
  author       = {Geenen, Kristien and De Nys-Ketels, Simon},
  booktitle    = {17th IPHS Conference: History-Urbanism-Resilience},
  keywords     = {urban planning,Kinshasa,pedestrian mobility,hospital infrastructure},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Delft},
  title        = {Non-resilient colonial urban planning and its resulting obstructed mobility: a historical view of a hospital in Kinshasa},
  year         = {2016},
}