Research themes : Public Space policies – Shopkeepers, public policies and urban change – Time-oriented urbanism
Géographie-cités • Campus Condorcet
5 cours des Humanités
93322 Aubervilliers cedex (France)
Dr. Antoine Fleury is a Junior Researcher in urban geography at the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). In his research he aims to highlight how public spaces are produced in big cities with regard to design, management, and control. He analyzes the changing practices of both public institutions and various stakeholders, linking them to the spatial restructuring of cities. His research interest also includes the study of changing retail geographies in cities, focusing on retailers and public policies.
He has published numerous articles in scientific journals, mainly in French. He has also co-edited four books (Espace et rapports de domination, 2015; Le petit commerce dans la ville-monde, 2020; Les espaces publics urbains. Penser, enquêter, fabriquer, 2022; Les espaces publics à l’épreuve des mobilités, 2022), and contributed to the implementation of a design guide for public spaces (Places du Grand Paris, Principes de conception pour les espaces publics du Grand Paris Express, 2019).
Papers in English or translated into English :
Fleury A., Gomes P., 2022, “Public space and the metropolis. The changing governance of public spaces around the Grand Paris Express’s new metro stations”, Urban Geography. DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2022.2149135
Fleury A., Goutailler L., 2014, “Locales of Culture and Gentification. The Case of the “Maison des métallos” in Paris”, Espaces et sociétés, Vol. 15, n°3, p. 151-167. 7. DOI: 10.3917/esp.158.0151