We are excited to invite you to two online seminars that we are organizing in the coming days. In both cases, the seminar will be led by Kadi Kalm, who is currently collaborating on the project History and Future of Housing Estates: quality of living environment and residential satisfaction as part of her post-doc position. Her research focuses mainly on ethnic segregation and internal migration. Before joining the URRlab team, she worked as a researcher in the Department of Geography at University of Tartu. She has also previously worked as a visiting researcher at Delft University of Technology.
The first seminar is entitled “Various housing estates’ trajectories in post socialist cities: does the socialist legacy still matter?” and will focus on the developmental trajectories of different housing estates in Czechia and Estonia from 1989 to 2011.
The second seminar is entitled „My journey in academia“ and destined mainly for (PhD) students. During the seminar, Kadi will present her journey through academia with time spent in three universities, cities, and countries. She will talk about her main research interests as well as the life of PhD student and post-doc. After her talk, an informal discussion will follow.
Scroll down for detailed information on both seminars.