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Dr Jonathan Clarke

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Contact details

Email: j dot r dot l dot clarke at warwick dot ac dot uk

Tel.:
Room: Ramphal Building, R3.10/12.

Office Hours: Wednesday 11am - noon

or by appointment.

Dr Jonathan Clarke

Biography

Jonathan joined the Global Sustainable Development (GSD) programme in October 2017. Prior to this time he worked as a Research Fellow in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick, where he contributed to a number of predominantly EU-funded international research projects. He has an interdisciplinary outlook, with particularly interests in cities, design, governance, water and future societies.

In addition to his academic experience, Jonathan is an experienced environmental consultant, planner, urban designer and chartered landscape architect, specialising in regeneration, masterplanning and environmental impact assessment. He is a professional practice examiner for the Landscape Institute, a design expert for MADE and an external tutor at the University of Sheffield’s Department of Landscape.

Research
Teaching and Supervision
Publications


Coaffee, J. and Clarke, J.R.L. (2017) “Resilient Urbanism 2.0: Designing for risk and uncertainty.” LA+ Journal: RISK Issue, Spring 2017.

 

Clarke, J.R.L. (2016) “From Maladaption to Adaption: A Resilient Urban Planning Paradigm.” In: Chandler, D. and Coaffee, J. (eds.) ‘The Routledge Handbook of International Resilience’ Routledge, London.

 

Coaffee, J. and Clarke, J.R.L (2016) "Critical infrastructure lifelines and the politics of anthropocentric resilience." Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21693293.2016.1241475.

 

Coaffee, J., Clarke, J.R.L. and Davis, P. (2016) "A HARMONISE’d approach to building security-driven urban resilience: a call to arms." Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, Vol. 21(1), pp.73-80.

 

Coaffee, J. and Clarke, J.R.L. (2015) "Viewpoint: On implementing Urban Resilience, Town Planning Review." 86(3), pp. 249-255.