Bio and CV
- The role of communities in the governance of regeneration projects, exploring spaces for participation and the dynamics of engagement within urban regeneration settings, developed most recently through the Co-Creation project;
- The evolution of the EU’s policy on urban regeneration, exploring the Europeanisation of urban policy in different member states (UK, France, Italy and Spain); and
- Urban competitiveness, local and regional economic development, and innovation.
Juliet Carpenter is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellow at the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP). She is an urban geographer, working at the interface of different disciplines, including geography, planning, sociology and political science. She has developed extensive research interests within the realm of urban policy, urban regeneration and social inequality, broadly examining the extent to which urban planning and policy decisions can contribute to more just and inclusive neighbourhoods and cities. These research interests have developed along three lines of enquiry:
Hosted at SCARP from 2017-2019, Juliet’s Global Fellowship develops these interests further, exploring urban regeneration and social sustainability in the context of two global cities (Vancouver and London). Juliet also holds the position of Senior Research Fellow at Oxford Brookes University, where she will spend the third year of her Global Fellowship (2019-2020).
Selected recent publications:
Carpenter J (2016) Assembling multi-level governance in regeneration: An international comparison between France and Britain, in Cole A and Payre R (eds) Cities as Political Objects, pp. 376-410, Edward Elgar.
Carpenter J and Horvath C (eds) (2015) Regards Croisés sur la Banlieue, Brussels : Peter Lang
Carpenter J (2014) Giving a voice to the banlieues? Spaces of participation in urban regeneration projects, Francosphères, 3, 2, pp 129-143