Gerti Szili is an Urban Geographer with a background in urban and regional planning, environmentaI studies and anthropology. Her core research interests lie in investigating urban regeneration practice and governance and critiquing the various ways environmental discourses are mobilised within contemporary urban landscapes.
Other research interests include urban entrepreneurialism, environmental philosophy and politics, corporate environmentalism and greenwash, place making and city marketing, sustainable development - theory & practice, qualitative research methodologies, constructivist pedagogy, media analysis and ecolinguistics.
BA (Environmental Studies & Anthropology) University of Adelaide
BA (Environmental Studies - Hons 1st Class) University of Adelaide
PhD (Urban & Regional Planning) University of South Australia
Thesis: Entrepreneurial governance and the green imperative: a critique of the environmental rescripting of Port Adelaide and Mawson Lakes, South Australia.
Visiting Research Fellow
Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning (CHURP),
School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Adelaide
School of Natural and Built Environments,
City East and Mawson Lakes Campus
University of South Australia
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