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The link between health and the city is an old one. The city was built as a bulwark first against enemies from outside and against a hostile nature... but also against enemies from within, famines and epidemics. Leprosy, cholera, smallpox, measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, plague, tuberculosis are all infections that have shaped the urbanism and architecture of cities. And against which the powers that be tried to fight, with varying degrees of success.
6:30 p.m. - Care, places and architectures that support us
Cynthia Fleury, philosopher and psychoanalyst
Eric de Thoisy, doctor of architecture, director of research for the SCAU architectural collective
6:45 p.m. - Architecture that heals or makes you sick
Nicolas Castoldi, deputy director of the APHP
Fany Cérèse, architect, associate of the Atelier Architecture Humaine
7:10 p.m. - The stakes of the "seniorization" of society
Serge Guérin, sociologist
7:25 p.m. - Metabolism, the city of care
Chris Younes, psychosociologist, philosopher, professor at the Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture
Michel Lussault, geographer, director of the Urban School of Lyon.
7:45 p.m. - An awareness not without flaws
Georges Vigarello, historian, director of studies at the Ehess
Conference moderated by the editorial staff of the newspaper Le Monde Cities
Emmanuel Davidenkoff and Laetitia Van Eeckhout
As part of the exhibition Providing support. City, architecture and care.
inaugurated following the conference
Pavillon de l'Arsenal - 21, bld Morland, Paris 4