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Kristine Stiphany. Accepted, forthcoming. Autoconstrução: Rethinking Brazil’s Possible Architecture. Journal of Architectural Education. Special Issue: Labor.

Kristine Stiphany. 2018. Conference Paper. What is situated about smart for sustainability in the context of informality? The University of Michigan Sustainability and Development Conference. November 9 – 11, 2018. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Kristine Stiphany. Accepted, forthcoming. Latin American Urbanism After a Right to the City. Latin American Research Review.

Kristine Stiphany and Peter M. Ward. 2019. Autogestão in the Era of Mass Housing: Brazil’s Minha Casa Minha Vida Entidades Program. International Journal of Housing Policy (Special Issue).

K. Stiphany and T. Marcussi. Report, 2018. A Housing Line as Infrastructure along São Paulo’s Tamanduateí Corridor. Lubbock: College of Architecture, Texas Tech University.

Kristine Stiphany, Peter M. Ward, Steven A. Moore. Report, 2017. National Science Foundation #1513395 Final Report. Situated Data: Constructing Empirical Decision-Making in Consolidated Brazilian Informal Settlements.



American Planning Association Annual Conference 

New Orleans, Louisiana

Kristine Stiphany and Nathan Brigmon receive an APA Technology Division Smart Cities Honor Award for ComuniDADOS.



United Nations World Urban Forum

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kristine Stiphany and Peter M. Ward present Chapa work and launch ComuniDADOS v 2.0, a data visualization tool for field-based research in informal settlements.



The University of Texas at Austin

Austin, Texas

Kristine Stiphany contributes to the Digital Scholars Lecture Series with a presentation about Chapa work.



The University of São Paulo

São Paulo, Brazil

Kristine Stiphany presents Chapa work at the Economia e Cidade symposium and participates on a panel about social housing in Brazil. 



United Nations Habitat III Conference

Quito, Ecuador

Kristine Stiphany, Peter M. Ward, and Kirsten Larson present Chapa work at a side event in collaboration with the Santa Fe Institute and Slum Dwellers International