Comparatively conceiving, observing and visualising diversification in public urban spaces

How can people live together, with ever more diverse characteristics, in the world’s rapidly expanding cities? What are the similarities and differences in social and spatial patterns that arise when new diversity meets old diversity? A project at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity investigates the changing nature of diversity and its socio-spatial patterns in three locations of super-diversity: New York, Singapore, and Johannesburg. —> Read More