Israel Guarda

Academic degree: Doctorate
Category: Associated researchers
Institutional subunit: ISCTE-IUL
Research group: Governance, Policies and Livelihoods
Thematic line:
Research interests: Anthropology of space | Space syntax | Urban design
Research contexts: Portugal
Contact: israel.guarda@iscte-iul.pt
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Biographical note

Israel Guarda completed the degree in History and Archaeology at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa working in this field until 2003. His interest in urban history and local history directed him to the MA in Art History, in this University, finished in 2006, where he sought to analyse the continuity and change of Lisbon city growth. In parallel to his PhD, completed in 2016, he worked as a researcher in the Art History Institute of UNL, seeking to integrate spatial analysis within the humanities, using space syntax and GIS. He is now a researcher at CRIA/ISCTE-IUL.

Publications
AuthorID_filtro_tablepressYearTypePublication
Israel Guardapub505*2016ArticleGUARDA, Israel; GUERREIRO, Rosália, 2016, "Trees and semi-lattices: analysing space configuration of two urban systems in Lisbon region", Journal of Spatial and Organizational Dynamics, IV (3): 185-198.link
Israel Guardapub505*2017Paper in proceedingsGUARDA, Israel; GUERREIRO, Rosália; HEITOR, Teresa, 2017, "Places of worship: space and religion in Lisbon suburban configurations", in Teresa Heitor, Miguel Serra, João Pinelo Silva, Maria Bacharel, Luisa Cannas da Silva (orgs.), Proceedings of the 11th International Space Syntax Symposium, Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico, pp. 188.1-188.7ISBN: 978-972-98994-4-7 (online).link
Israel Guardapub505*2016Paper in proceedingsGUARDA, Israel; MEDEIROS, Valério de, 2016, "Análise espacial do grande conjunto de Alvalade: o planeado e o construído", in Jorge Correia, Miguel Bandeira (orgs.), Atas da 5.ª Conferência Internacional da Rede Lusófona de Morfologia Urbana, Guimarães, Escola de Arquitectura da Universidade do Minho, pp. 1031-1044, ISBN: 978-989-99484-6-4.link
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