Courses Taught

virginia-tech-logoUrban and Regional Analysis. Fall Semester 2016. College of Architecture and Urban Studies, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg-USA.

 

escudo_usfq-01Diseño de Ciudades. Spring Semester 2015. College of
Architecture and Interior Design, USFQ University, Quito-Ecuador.

Fundamentos de Arquitectura II. Spring Semester 2015. College of Architecture and Interior Design, USFQ University, Quito-Ecuador.


Conferences 

  1. International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure. Title: International Conference for The Extent of Informal Car Share (ICS) in Quito, Ecuador. New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge. New York, NY – Oct. 2017.
  2. Cityworks (Xpo). Title: Beyond Informality, a new approach to inclusive citiesGrandin Theatre. Roanoke VA, USA – Oct. 2017.
  3. TEDx Quito. Title: Paradigms of the Informal City. Teatro Suce. Quito, Ecuador – June 2017.
  4. Urbanization in Latin America: Exclusion, Marginality and Conflict. Title: Informal Car Share (ICS) in Quito’s Peripheral Dwellers: General Features. Hotel Novotel Jaraguá. São Paolo, Brazil – May 2017.
  5. Ecuador towards HABITAT III. Title: Inclusive Cities and the New Urban AgendaTeátro Calderón de la Barca. Quito, Ecuador – May 2016.
  6.  USFQ University Colloquium. Title: Sustainable Cities. Teátro Calderón de la Barca. Quito, Ecuador – March 2015.

Publications

Articles

  1. Smirnova, V., & Guerra, V. (2017). Placemaking Revisited. Community Change, 1(1), 68-7
  2. Guerra, V., Day, J. (2018). Car Share capabilities: Impacts of Informal Car Sharing in Quito’s peripheral dwellers(Working paper)
  3. Guerra, V., Shealy, T. (2018). Quito’s Informal Car Share and its link with previous work. (Working paper)
  4. Guerra, V., Shealy, T. (2018). Analysis of Quito’s ICS strategies to counteract impacts arising from service disruptions. (Working paper)
  5. Guerra, V., Shealy, T. (2018). Analysis of Quito’s ICS capacity to continue to functioning—maintain system effectiveness—despite circumstances of service disruption. (Working paper)

Conference Papers and Proceedings

  1. Guerra, V. (2018). Resiliency features of Quito’s ICS. American Association of Geographers, Annual Meeting.
  2. Guerra, V., Bohannon, CL. (2017). Mobilities, Geographies, and Imaginaries: Human Dimensions of the Built Environment. Advancing the Human Condition Symposium, Virginia Tech.
  3. Guerra, V., Skuzinski, T. S., & Shealy, T. (2017). The Extent of Informal Car Share (ICS) in Quito, Ecuador. International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure 2017 (pp. 432-441).
  4. Guerra, V., Shealy, T. (2017). The role of spatial justice in Quito’s urban development. Urbanization in Latin America: Exclusion, Marginality and Conflict – Regional Studies Association.
  5. Guerra V., Shealy, T. (2017). Quito’s Informal Car Share (ICS) and the City Periphery. Engineering Sustainability 2017: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line.
  6. Guerra V., Shealy, T. (2017). An exploration of Quito’s Informal Car-Share. Conference of Green Growth, Climate Change, and Urban Sustainability”. CRRID. Chandigarh, India
  7. Stone, J., Perkovic, J., Benkemoun, G., Butler, R., Cole, A., Cullen, M., Devitt, J., Duckett, I., Guerra, V., Mase, N., Robinson, M., Sheko, A., Somers, P., Yin, C. (2014). How sustainable transport networks build great cities. Melbourne School of Design Zurich-Munich Travelling Studio 2014. Melbourne, Victoria –Australia. Print.

Opinion Articles

  1. Guerra, V. (2016). Education for Human Development. RE: Reflections and Explorations, Virginia Tech.
  2. Guerra, V. (2016). Globalization and Sustainable Development. RE: Reflections and Explorations, Virginia Tech.
  3. Guerra, V. (2016). Understanding The Green Economy. RE: Reflections and Explorations, Virginia
  4. Guerra, V. (2016). ¿‘Movilidad sostenible’ para la capital ecuatoriana?. Diario El Comercio, Quito-Ecuador.

 Books

  1. Contributor to: Stephenson Jr, M., & Kirakosyan, L. (2017). RE: Reflections and Explorations: A Forum for Deliberative Dialogue.
  2. Guerra, V., Suárez, F. (2018). Ecuador towards HABITAT III: Multi-perspective Reflections. (Working book)

 


 Podcasts

Interview to Ethan Kent, senior Vice President of Project for Public SpacesPodcast1

Interview to Amy Brooks, Program Director and Dramaturg for Roadside TheatrePodcast3

Interview to Ramon Cepeda, Program Director of Student Action with Farmworkers Podcast2